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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Luckily, Speedos don't need ironing.
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    Hopefully, they don't need much viewing, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2419496;
    Hopefully, they don't need much viewing, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2419496;
    Hopefully, they don't need much viewing, either.
    If you truly feel that way, I'd be happy to cancel your order for the life-size cardboard cut-out.
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    Newfherder, I thought you were offering that to me only!
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    If you are bored check out this site:

    about cookbooks from yesteryear and the godawful recipes and photos. I just about laughed myself sick.

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    Livin, now that's my kind of entertainment. Coffee jello? Thanks for posting. This really cracked me up:

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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb;2419382;
    So far as I remember, the small end of the board is for inserting into the shoulde, sleeve, collar, pleats, etc. to aid shaping there, and the 'big end' is for the big flat areas.
    My MIL and SIL both have sleeve boards, narrow ironing boards that actually slip into the sleeves!!!!!!! The veejer household has none.

    I'm of the don't-dry-it-bone-dry-but-leave-it-a-little-damp-and-hang-it-on-a-plastic-hanger type of ironer.

    I have a good friend who irons when she is stressed. I tell her to let me know and I'd be glad to help with her therapy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;2419465;
    I'm with you and fortunately I don't buy things that have to be ironed. But occasionally I do have to do it. I did a skirt this morning and realized that not only do I hate it, but I suck at it too.

    PWS, what's your address? I'm sending you all my ironing from now on (don't worry it isn't much, see above).
    No thanks---got it down to a couple of hours every month or 6 weeks now, aiming for less not more!
    Re which end to use...the pointy one is for tricky things like darts, etc. Otherwise use the wider part. At one point I had a sleeve thingy that you could hook on top of the regular board...haven't seen it in years, just iron a few creases into the cuffs these days.

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    Has anyone, other than me, used the spray that eliminates wrinkles? I only use it on t-shirts, and am quite pleased with the job it does.
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