On Digg, an unusual list of everyday household items -- from potatoes to window washing fluid -- with the exact amount you would need to eat in order to seriously harm yourself or, worse, die. Seriously, cinnamon will kill you.
Do you ever wonder, "How much of this can I accidentally ingest before I die?" Yeah, so do we. For your safety (and enjoyment) here's a bunch of stuff you should only enjoy in small quantities or not at all. Some things just don't belong in your mouth.
Obligatory warning followed by a heavy sigh: Don't try any of this at home, okay? Just take our word for it.
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