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Does drinking a drink with ice cubes make your life shorter? Because my little sister says it does.

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Remember "little" before that sister haha. No it does not. Ice is the frozen version of water. Why would frozen water end your life quicker...
i dont think so its right as the ice cube is just a solid state of water that's it,drinking water or just having an ice cube in ur drink its the same thing,how could an ice cube makes life shorter?
Well, I know that ice is just water. I am not a first grader :). Just my sister got it from her science teacher. I don't know how it could make your life shorter, but I was wondering just in case it could!

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Haha no it doesn't her teacher is dumb .-.
i know that

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