Why do your oranges have such thick rinds?

Answer Thick orange rind Some varieties naturally have thickened rinds. Sometimes the cause can be over-fertilizing the tree anytime from blossom time onwards.

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If you have a hole in your tooth is it normal to have symptoms such as your jaw hurts and your ears head neck and tongue are swollen?

Answer Ni it is NOT normal, pain and swelling are NEVER normal. It is probably caused by an infection getting in through the hole in your tooth. If you don't get it treated by a dentist IMMEDIATE... Read More »

Note I have been to MANY cousulers and such but nothing has worked Dear reader your father is verbally abusive you have delt with it your whole life what do I do?

Answer There's probably nothing you can do to stop the verbal abuse, short of staying away from him completely. But one thing you can do to help yourself (and possibly the relationship) is to forgi... Read More »

I ate 10 bags of pork rinds and now I feel like throwing up, do I have the swine flu?

lol!! you remind me of a female(?) version of TWSIDR!!!

What is the Difference Between California Oranges and Florida Oranges?

Most oranges in America are grown on one of our two coasts--in Florida or California. Because of the differences in Florida and California climate and soil, the oranges can look and taste quite dif... Read More »