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  • When he hesitated, she smiled, adding, “We could have a seed-spitting contest.”

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  • Just as there are many different zombies with individual behaviors and speeds, your defensive vegetation is also varied, running from basic seed-spitting sunflowers to exploding Doom-shrooms.

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  • These competing plans aren't worth a seed-spitting contest, much less the raging foot-stomping political brawl.

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  • And the worst is yet to come: The group later heads for downtown Nashville, where they compete in a belching contest, a watermelon seed-spitting competition and a toilet seat toss.

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  • My parents claimed if we swallowed the seeds they'd sprout in our stomachs, but I swallowed them anyway after a brief seed-spitting competition with my siblings.

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  • Tom Sawyer Days, whitewashing, frog-jumping and seed-spitting contests, July 2-4.

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  • William Zerkel, 26, Indianapolis, showed his form in the watermelon seed-spitting contest in the Ball State Ag/Hort Building at the Indiana State Fair on Wednesday.

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  • Dance parties, magic shows, theater presentations, crafting workshops and even a seed-spitting contest are among some of the offerings across towns 'libraries in Chittenden County.

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  • Taste a mouth-watering slice and enter the library's seed-spitting contest

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  • On Friday, the church will hold a seed-spitting contest before an outdoor showing of a animated movie that features melons and other food raining from the sky.

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