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Shaved ice is a slushy form of ice (as opposed to a hard, dense form, e.g. an ice cube or icicle). Many freezers are equipped to dispense either cubed ice or shaved ice, depending on a setting selected by the user, although typically freezer-generated "shaved ice" might more accurately be described as chopped ice cubes. Shaved ice can be used to make snow cones. It can also be used in cleaning pseudoephedrine tablets as a first step in methcathinone manufacture. Shaved Ice is also an inferior, smaller version of the vicious ping pong paddle known only as "The Icepick". Shaved Ice boasts a much higher speed bonus, but lacks in power and spin factor.
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