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    You need to be able to make a seal between the nostril and the spout of the pot. I do know that people do use the bulb syringe method but, from what I've read, the pot is preferred over the bulb, from people who have used both. I took that info, and skipped the bulb, going straight to the pot. A friend who was using a bulb (she had had sinus surgery) went to the pot when she found out about it. I think it must be about the flow of the solution, maybe less hassle.
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    gabriel, my little teapot shaped neti is only about the size of one in a child's toy tea set. Also, as prhoshay said, the spout is kind of flared on the end to fit the nostril.
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    Has anyone heard about this neat idea? Home. I think there are only 2 places in the US that do this. I think they may be onto something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb;2438601;
    gabriel, my little teapot shaped neti is only about the size of one in a child's toy tea set. Also, as prhoshay said, the spout is kind of flared on the end to fit the nostril.
    Hmmm...I have this little child's tea set sized tea pot on my window sill that I can't recall the source of...now I have to go look at the spout!
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    The pot should be able to hold about 8 oz. of solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2439032;
    Has anyone heard about this neat idea? Home. I think there are only 2 places in the US that do this. I think they may be onto something.

    Now that is a interesting idea. Who would've ever thought of it? Years ago I rented my wedding dress. We were poor and it was a great way to save money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by livin4reality;2441977;
    Now that is a interesting idea. Who would've ever thought of it? Years ago I rented my wedding dress. We were poor and it was a great way to save money.

    Yesterday I left the water running in my bathroom. It ran for 4 1/2 hours until I came home and found water everywhere. Master bedroom, closet, 2 bathrooms and hallway. I got a quote of 1500 from a company to clean it up...so we decided to do it ourselves. The house is starting to smell like a jungle.

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    Hey, that wedding cake thing is a GREAT idea! Wedding cakes have become outrageously expensive.
    I like the wedding dress rental too.
    My wedding dress was $120 out of the Penny's catalog. It was the most expensive dress I had ever bought. This was 1989. But I refused to pay $$$$ for something I wore one day for a few hours. I preferred to splurge on the photographer so we would have the photos forever and I'm glad I did.

    It just amazes me how extravagant weddings have become. I remember as a child going to weddings and the reception was in the church hall and was basically cake and punch, nuts and mints. No band, no dinner.
    Almost like children's birthday parties have become these huge themed things as well when they used to be cake and duck, duck, goose.

    But I have also helped out on weddings where it was beautiful and not a lot of money was spent, so there are ways to have great weddings on a small budget.

    One of the NICEST ones I've been to recently was a brunch wedding on a Sun. They got the hall for much less and they served brunch food which was less expensive than doing dinner. It was actually very, very, very nice and different.
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    I have a friend who makes elaborate wedding cakes. That can be, at least, $900.....and they are beautiful, but that is ridiculous.
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