NeptuneNarcoleptic: Hahahaha! OMS love this video.
proden20: This is hilarious.
fyabun: Man u mad nuh backside. Nice one
Nokomarie: That was an absolute flash from the past.
Onyx Blackman: Great video. I love that soap, Trader Joe's sells it cheap. Well,
waygie: "it makes your dingle tingle" Yes....yes it does
duwbryd: @duwbryd It doesn't taste very soapy to me. Why dont you try brushing with
some palmolive soap or ivory soap, then you will taste some soap.
contemplativegirl21: Haha! I think the gist of what he's saying (in your excerpt) is that we
ought to love the community, which indicates not being selfish; but, in
order to do so, we need to perfect ourselves as much as possible (i.e. be
concerned with our moral education as well as honing whatever skills we
have) enough to be of use to the rest of the community. So, in order to not
be selfish (viz. care for the community), we have to be selfish (viz. care
for our own development for the benefit of the community).
StripedBlowse: So....Hippies are not humans?........(X Files theme song start to play)
SuperMangn: It contains jojoba oil which is a fungiside. Good for jeans that you want
to wear tons of times before washing so that their color holds and you can
avoid that washed out look.
livelovedaydream: i use this as toothpaste every day and it works amazing!!! i used to have
cavities all the time and when i started using this no more and my gum
health improved and tooth sensitivity is GONE
tropical481: hmm good idea... tell me how that goes...
Joshua Kleiner: You can also order it from their website, or the large bottles and soap
bars are also on Amazon now.
nadiasade3: Opus, dude, you're hilarious.... I enjoyed....especially your excerpt,
classic...bahahahahaha!!!...hey and wondering, did u ever pick up the
Bronner bottle of soap w/ the green label? Because I tried it yesterday and
got some unpleasant burning and dryness on my hands and skin... it was
weird... is it possible this occured because I didn't read the label first
and didn't dilute it w/ water, but instead just put the soap on my skin
straight from the bottle? I'm trying to figure this out, u know?
caadam87: @faffibo As well, the foaming you see from Dr. Bronner's isn't a detergent
like most body washes and soaps -- it's the coconut oil in the Dr.
Bronner's that foams. :)
tommygone123: OMG LOL i just learned the history from my health food store owner (& YOU)
thanks for sharing
AmberIncess88: hahahaha, I just tried that too, but in tea tree flavor. Better to use it
as a body wash or makeup remover... LOL
Rico Suavé: @Juggernaut76 If it burns you probably have a vd.
MizzK28: LOLOL ur hilarious...i love u ahahahahah
candi873: I tried it a couple of times as a toothpaste, and found that even one drop
of the soap makes me look like I have rabies, so...I stopped doing that. >>
But I use the unscented for my pet cat because she has dry skin and it
works very well. You need to dilute the heck out of the soap or else it'll
dry and irritate your skin. And for the record...Dr. Bronner's
contraceptive isn't the soap, but actually a mixture of lemon juice and
vaseline ( petroleum jelly). Yeah...o_O
Brandon Souza: That was one of the funnier things he said lol
brookiecookie73: i tried that and it tasted like cooking oil or something. not that i eat
straight cooking oil or anything.... i love it for washing my hair. makes
my scalp tingle, doesn't dry it out, and mkaes my curls all pretty!
yofauner: Omg... I saw that soap once in my grandmother's house... I dunno how much
water I ran while I just stood up in the shower reading that freaky bottle!
It blew my mind.. could someone explain it to me?!?!?!
peacegirl09: You're funny!!!
PurgetheInsanity: this stuff works great
April Cornwall: hahaha dingle tingle!
duwbryd: I did brush my teeth with Dr. Bronners for a long time and it is nice.
Definitely better than any toothpaste you can easily find. However, someone
here pointed out that it does contain something that is not desirable for
brushing teeth if you are hoping to re-mineralize them. I looked into it
and it does appear to be so. So lately I have been using these on a
rotating basis: coconut oil, neem oil, or baking soda.
ALETHEIA8881: i know right...freaking hilarious but so wrong on so many levels...hahah...
ThePoorBoy: "...or a Phish concert." Hilarious! I'm about to pick up some of this
stuff. It seems to be almost universally praised for washing EVERYTHING
with. And yeah, bud ... you do have a Tarantino vibe going on, but as a
Tarantino fan, that ain't a bad thing!
hoffmacy: bless you funny man.
3Dtimespace: i use it as toothpaste everyday. what your narcissistic mind did wrong: wet
the brush. 1 drop is enough. be near a sink so you can flush out the soap
when done. thats it. good luck.
ShekinahLove: Ive used it as toothpaste before...its not bad really...not too
soapy....just keep it to the 2 drops tho!
Hajnal Somogyi: That was kinda awesome. I just picked some of this stuff up today since a
friend recommended it for dreads- and I'm dreading my brother's hair
today... It smells freaking amazing, and I fully intend on using it for
absolutely every cleaning/bathing need when camping this summer... But your
vid made me think twice about tasting it, lol. We'll see. :D
xsultrysongstress79x: "I am not going to be douching with this today" Maybe tomorrow? Fingers
YOURmomsBOX: Opusmo reminds me of an unshaven Quentin Tarantino.... But Im cool with
duwbryd: liar. If you think this tastes bad like soap. go brush your teeth with some
thing like Ivory or dish soap or any soap you find at the store. Dr.
Bronners has very little if any soapy taste.
IntoxicatingGrace: You are hilarious! I SWEAR by this soap! My whole family uses it and loves
it. My boyfriend made a comment about the "dingle tingle" on his first use
lol. Good times had by all? :) Have a super day (P.S. I am not a hippy lol)
musicimprovedme: makes yer dingle tingle! bhaahhahhha!
Theodore Zuckerman: I have read many of the Dr Bronner's soap labels, and they make perfect
sense to me.
Juggernaut76: The Almond smells so good I was reading the ingredients one day and
thinking about trying it as toothpaste to taste it haha. The Citrus one
smells damn good too, but its hardly ever in stock around here. I cannot
use Peppermint for the shower. You get it on your coin purse and it doesnt
tingle, it stings. Its great for most other stuff though.
InGallifrey: it works well for brushing teeth BUT woah I felt nasty after because my
taste buds aren't used to it. But for everything else it is magic!!!!
Whazza: I just tried with the unsented. During brushing it was very foamy. I looked
rabid.. I would put this in a bottle that will make sure that you only get
2 drops. Maybe a tincture bottle. Ok now about the aftertaste. The
aftertaste is a little vile. A rancid coconut flavor. Using less soap would
have reduced this. Mouthwash removes most of that flavor and in 5 minutes
it's gone. My (problematic) teeth were cleaner than when I use toothpaste.
Jane Barkley: Funniest Dr Bronners review ever.
elohelreh: Saponified (soap-afied) veggie oils are reeeeeeally good for your skin and
the environment (down the drain). Please know this organization gets
ingredients from Israel. Try Shea Butter soap - it's 10x more luxurious
than this Olive Oil/Coconut Oil soap. I used to use Dr. B's soaps for years
but I found Shea Butter soap instead.
IcedCupcakes: yup, use diluted apple cider vinegar as your toner. works wonders for ur
Heather Collier: I've done this. Bronner's > life
itsibitsistarfish: Thank you for the recommendation :D
ligon15: I have the lavender scent I wonder how that would taste lol better than
using fluoride and a bunch of chemicals that we don't even know of
ajlitzinger: Great video. I just bought this today and used it as both soap and
toothpaste. I was pleased with the soap usage and IT DOES MAKE YOUR JINGLES
TINGLE! Kind of interesting. As for toothpaste it wasn't as pleasant as the
shower was. Seemed to clean nicely though. May try again!
EH CBunny: I finds it cleans off the plague better than tooth paste or gels. I don't
use it everyday but when I want that really white shine. Sometimes I add a
little baking soda with it. Yes, one drop is all that's needed unless you
like foamy explosions.