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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    CONGRATULATIONS, SUPERBRAT!!!


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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    congratulations superbrat!
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    One down, a bunch to go. Go Superbrat!
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    I just finished a couple loads of laundry and a pair of my favorite pants are ruined by grease along with a tank top that I love as well! Arghhh... I really hate communal laundry.
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Since I didn't get any Easter eggs, I decided to pedicure my feet using my new Ped-Egg today!! Happy Easter to me!! It is the neatest thing, and it did a great job!! My feet are absolutely satin-y smooth!! Ah yessss.....simple pleasures!!
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    I've been thinking about buying one of those pedi-eggs. Now that you've tried it and love it, I'm definitely going to get one this week!
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    What is a pedi-egg? What's it do? I love going for pedicures. That's one of my personal treats to myself. But it sure isn't a cheap treat.

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by buglover;2863285;
    I just finished a couple loads of laundry and a pair of my favorite pants are ruined by grease along with a tank top that I love as well! Arghhh... I really hate communal laundry.
    Communal laundry is tough-- during my sister's freshman year, someone left a fountain pen in the dryer. Unfortunately, she was drying whites and lost several hundred dollars' worth of clothing.

    I've been lucky so far- laundry in my building is on the expensive side, and laundry by the pound is on the cheap side, so I'll usually pay the extra $10 to have someone else wash my few loads. I've been lucky so far, and what gets washed is mostly either gym clothes or tops, but still, it's frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadian_angel;2863371;
    What is a pedi-egg? What's it do? I love going for pedicures. That's one of my personal treats to myself. But it sure isn't a cheap treat.

    It's a gadget that you may have seen advertised on TV that you use on your feet to smooth off the dead skin. The dead skin turns powdery, and it collects inside the ped-egg. You empty the egg when you're finished, moisturize your feet, and voila! I love pedicures, too, but I got this as a little gift, and I'm using it between professional pedicures. It cost $10. I read where some people have trouble getting the top of the egg off to empty it, but I've found it's all in your technique. It isn't hard!
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

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    Quote Originally Posted by buglover;2863308;
    I've been thinking about buying one of those pedi-eggs. Now that you've tried it and love it, I'm definitely going to get one this week!
    Me too. I've never liked shoes, so I've gone barefoot since my mom gave up on making me wear shoes when I was a stubborn tyke (Mom was wise in choosing her battles -- keeping my tootsies covered was the least of her worries with me!). I walk A LOT for my work and normally wear athletic sandals. Consequently, I have these bulletproof callouses on my feet. I might need a pedi-OSTRICH-egg, but we'll see. I saw the ads and thought, hmm. . . I'd like one of those!
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