Thursday, December 17, 2009

WTF is that?

I present the new game: WTF is that? =) I dare you to guess what's on this photo:


=) Can't wait to see your answers. If this is too hard I'll post some hints too. ;)

EDIT: Hint #1 - Yes, it's some kind of 2-phase liquid. =) It's used for personal care. So, what is it?

Hint #2 - It has nothing to do with make up or removing it. And it's not a body oil. ;) Or any oil for that matter.

EDIT: Chicky guessed! It's my favourite Dentyl mouthwash. =)

Let's play!

35 comments:

  1. I know! The belly of a poisonous jellyfish!
    Lol, I felt like spongebob for a moment =D
    Thanks for tagging me in your last post! And I just wanted to say I love Crappy! I need to make one myself =D
    So glad you finally got Channelesque =) It's one of my favorite polishes!

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  2. It's Eye makeup remover...don't know which brand, but I'm betting it's makeup remover.

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  3. is it polish remover breaking down polish in a bottle to clean it for frankening?

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  4. Looks like oil in some sort of liquid.

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  5. i agree with Elizabeth: it looks like where the oil and water in makeup remover separate, before you shake it up! it's either in a pretty bottle is reflecting something pink for extra pretty ^^

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  6. Evil Angel (AKA missnono)December 18, 2009 at 1:57 AM

    I have no idea but I want a poster of it!

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  7. For whimsy (not for accuracy) I will say dish soap.

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  8. hm... mineral watter in rainbow glass? :D
    I picture you like more of a beer person thought ;)

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  9. liz iceomaticsnailsDecember 18, 2009 at 3:24 AM

    Super groovy lava lamp! (I agree with the makeup remover)

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  10. Nail polish in water.

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  11. Looks like one of those gel candles to me.

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  12. Bath gel or shampoo... I am guessing one of the two.

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  13. it looks like a detail of one of those lava lamps that were so popular in the 70s ans again a few years back, you know the lamps where big globs of a colored liquide "move" in another liquid

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  14. I would say bubbles inside an gel candle.

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  15. No, no, no and no. =) It's not lava lamp, or make up remover, or nail polish remover... But it is liquid and 2-phase. =)

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  16. is it... some kind of 2-phase cuticle treatment? I think I've seen one before that was blue and pink...

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  17. soda water in a glass??

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  18. is it one of those transparent boxes with 2 diff liquids and a sailor or a penguin floating around?

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  19. eye make up remover

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  20. I have no idea what it is but I saved it :D

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  21. Sasa, you are evil !!
    =D

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  22. =) Nooooo, this is FUN!

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  23. Still no correct answer...there's a hint in the post...

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  24. Wait. You said it wasn't makeup remover.

    Body oil?

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  25. maybe some kind of facial serum?

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  26. Eye makeup remover!

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  27. Duh! I need to read the prior post before I answer :) Massage oil ?

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  28. would it be this?

    http://backoffice.p2ulive.co.uk/Uploads/Products/a7dc70f4-c8a3-4c01-b12c-e8082550bb37/DentylpHRefreshingCloveVisiblyActiveMouthwash.jpg

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  29. Yes!!!! Whoa, I didn't think anyone would guess. =)

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  30. Woot! I realised what it was the second I saw it! I love the colours and it's the best mouth wash ever, but the cherry one tastes better than clove.

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