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10/06/2010

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8 dozen clothespins? WTHeck for?

LOL so, can all the young housekeepers out there find these things at their local Super Target? Ladies you might want to print this out so you know what to add your Gift Registry!!

I think my good kitchen shears probably take the place of about 80% of those items!!

Yes don't forget to share pics of the new w/d in their new home. :-)


C

all that stuff to feed two kitchen chairs worth of folks...can you imagine the work? not to mention the cleaving and the sawing--oh, and the catching!

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