A Testimonial to the effectiveness of Gorilla Glue Spray

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Let's see...3 syllables...ends in letter a...

Jessica, Brianna, Sophia, Camila, Elena, Aurora, Samantha, Gianna, Maria, Alexa, Amaya, Lydia, Julia, Lydia, Alyssa, Alana, Helena, Sienna, Dakota, Angela, Joanna, Rebecca, Fiona, Vanessa, Daniella, Amanda, Sabrina, Miranda, Bianca

Just a few...

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Reports are today she’s wanting to sue because the label doesn’t say not for hair.

No joke.

She's thinking about stickin’ it to the glue manufacturer.

Tessica Brown, the Louisiana woman who styled her hair with Gorilla Glue and later sought medical treatment for her hardened head of hair, may soon file a lawsuit against the makers of the product, according to a new report. Years ago a judge agreed with a woman who sued McDonald's and won claiming the coffee served to her was so hot she was scalded her privates when it spilled. Since then everyone has been paying more for hot coffee and getting tepid beverage at McDonald's. What was it that Forrest Gump said, "stupid is as stupid does", or something like that.

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She's thinking about stickin’ it to the glue manufacturer.

Tessica Brown, the Louisiana woman who styled her hair with Gorilla Glue and later sought medical treatment for her hardened head of hair, may soon file a lawsuit against the makers of the product, according to a new report. Years ago a judge agreed with a woman who sued McDonald's and won claiming the coffee served to her was so hot she was scalded her privates when it spilled. Since then everyone has been paying more for hot coffee and getting tepid beverage at McDonald's. What was it that Forrest Gump said, "stupid is as stupid does", or something like that.

I remember this, the lawsuit was not unfounded...mcdonalds was known for nuclear coffee then, i remember getting micky d's coffee in 20 degree weather, left it to cool off, still burned my tongue 20 min later...she was 79 yrs old, not a kid, & did not expect coffee that damn hot....


What Really Happened Behind the Hot Coffee Lawsuit | Reader's Digest (rd.com)
 

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I have to admit I didn't know the details of the case as explained in the link. Thanks fl57 caveman for the link. After reading the story I still think the jury made a mostly emotional punitive reward judgement call. However, what I think of the outcome is not going to change anything. I for one like my coffee HOT. I hate lukewarm coffee. What an individual considers hot is subjective. Beverages at 195 degrees may be hot for some not hot for others. Anyway, sorry for taking this off-topic. My point is if a literate adult can't distinguish the difference between spray glue and hair spray the rest of us shouldn't have to pay for her ignorance. They are not the same thing just because they both have spray in their titles. Wow this is devolving into the ridiculous.
 

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