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Because of toothpaste, mint is probably the most common taste in the world, amirite?

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There are many countries with no tooth paste, but water is almost everywhere, and water does not have taste, so the most common taste is the no taste

@LookAnAltAccount Water absolutely does have a taste.

"Our perception of flavor is based on aroma, and the five basic tastes: sweet, salty, bitter, sour and savory. Pure water does not contain compounds that elicit any of these tastes, and has a neutral scent, so we deem it "tasteless." "

swiggybabys avatar swiggybaby Yeah You Are +1Reply

Actually I caught a story on this a while back. Mint is by far the most common flavor in the United States other countries not so much.

I personally can't stand mint. I seek out cinnamon flavor toothpaste. It's hard to find though, Close-up and Crest are the only companies I've found that make it in the US.

@Mihneacuzino Actually I caught a story on this a while back. Mint is by far the most common flavor in the United States other...

Hard to find? Around here it's at every grocery and drug store plus we have this internet thingy

@MikewithdeT Hard to find? Around here it's at every grocery and drug store plus we have this internet thingy

Cinnamon is easy to find? Where do you live?

No need to buy it off the net. I know a guy.

capamericasurs avatar capamericasur Yeah You Are +1Reply

You missing the taste of room temp water?

Framie1s avatar Framie1 Yeah You Are +2Reply

Wait...despite the fact it's a plant?

swiggybabys avatar swiggybaby Yeah You Are +2Reply

I'd say saliva is the most common taste

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This is a good one.

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