Doug Lamborn's Tar Baby race paste sticks longer: Kenny Be's back-to-school supplies
As illustrated above, Lamborn's Tar Baby race paste goes on sticky and stays stuck. The toxic, non-safe formula was created by a pasty politician, and it won't wash off.
To open/close: Twist cap to right to open. Always close cap tightly and store uptight. Application: Use on divided surfaces. For rhetoric, spread thinly, press, act surprised. For foot in mouth, spread heavily on foot and lips, clamp, wait forever. Clean up: Never.
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