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Immunization Sandbox

probiotic.
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Bags of beach sand, sterilized then deliberately infused with a wide range of dead bacteria and viruses, and some live ones, to build up a child's immune system the fun way. The containers are variously marked corresponding to recommended age range for the variety of contents/ratios.
FlyingToaster, Feb 24 2012

prior art Immuno-Gym
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       [+] The requisite sand could be gathered from New Jersey beaches. No additional bacteria or viruses needed.
(mans)laughter, Feb 24 2012
  

       Two words;
Petting zoo.
  

       I have a friend who is the product of parents who are biologists, she sort been brought up that way.   

       I want to have a babies with her because i know they would be really tough.
bob, Feb 25 2012
  

       I have a friend who is the product of parents who are biologists, she sort been brought up that way.   

       I want to have a babies with her because i know they would be really tough.
bob, Feb 25 2012
  

       I have a friend who is the product of parents who are biologists, she sort been brought up that way.   

       I want to have a babies with her because i know they would be really tough.
bob, Feb 25 2012
  

       That's the only reason? Are you sure?
Alterother, Feb 25 2012
  

       Yes, bob does seem rather keenly insistent. [+] btw
AusCan531, Feb 26 2012
  

       Cat and dog poo not enough?
Ling, Feb 26 2012
  

       ^ more like planned immunization: the variety and ratio changes with the different formulae'd buckets. I don't think cat and doggy doo doo would be likely to contain measles or polio either.
FlyingToaster, Feb 26 2012
  

       Same. When my brother and I were growing up the rules were; be home for supper, and then be home before the street lights go out.
There was nothing to do but explore so we knew every storm-drain, every roof top, every homeless camp, culvert ... everything, in whatever town we were living in. Ooh la merde...
While neither of us would ever have been nominated as candidates for mental health poster-children, we both ended up with pretty kick-ass immune systems.
  
      
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