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NYC Teenager Gobbles 15 Deodorant Sticks Per Month!

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This ain't right!! LOLz

A New York City girl named Nicole admitted that she looooooves to eat deodorant, and in fact, she craves it so much that she consumes it after meals and even throughout the night.

WTF?!?

With her craaazy habit pretty much taking over her life, Nicole went on TLC's My Strange Addiction to tell her story about how she started eating B.O. blocker when she was only 4 years old.

The 19-year-old explained that she eats 15 sticks per month and even gulps down deodorant from spray cans.

Want more deets on Nicole's berserk addiction?!? Peep the clip (above)!

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7 comments to “NYC Teenager Gobbles 15 Deodorant Sticks Per Month!”

  1. Dee says – reply to this


    1

    It's always black women with these stupid weird eating habbits



  2. 2

    And her breathe smells like a RAIN FOREST on a Early Spring Morning….

  3. DJ says – reply to this


    3

    Here we go, why does it always have to be about black or white? this isn't about black or white. crazy comes in all colors!!

  4. The Allergista says – reply to this


    4

    OMG I'm allergic to the regular deodorants out there….. I can't imagine what would happen if I ate it, ugh….. The chemicals in deodorant are baaaaad. Addiction…..just wow.

  5. jimmy d says – reply to this


    5

    her farts smell like a summer breeze

  6. ericmtl says – reply to this


    6

    I bet her sh!t don't stank!

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Is it a form of pica? Sometimes these weird habits can develop from the body trying to overcome nutritional deficiency, and then once ensconced are tough to get rid of, even if vitamins are added to the diet.