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Hi, crystlicewtr here!

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Gold stars to anyone who can figure out what my username stands for!

Anyways, I'm completely 100% newbie, so please take a look at my post in the "newly diagnosed" section. Thank you so much for your time! :mrgreen:

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Welcome to the forum!

So, I can't figure out your sreen name...are you going to tell us?

So far I've come up with...

Crystal ice water

Cries til eyes water

Cries til ice water <~ That's my pick

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I don't know but I believe that as ice water turns to crystal it transforms into something very beautiful.

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crystal ice water is correct!! i made it in middle schoool...(my email name) ^^;

no one seems to know what it is, normally they think it has something to do with lice ^^;

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