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No. It's not made for exporure to heat.
I was with you until your statement about "Turkish" whores. Why bring race into this? Seriously.
Pretty! I like Christmas Tree designs! Thanks!
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You just toss it in the laundry between uses--just like a sponge! Or in the microwave--also as you would a damp sponge.(I make my own "sponges," too, out of cotton yarn--I HATE store-bought ones and haven't bought one in YEARS!)
Soap savers have been used for AGES!
Thanks. I picked this mini loom up ages ago and just came across it in my supplies.There were absolutely NO instructions with it so I'm very glad you made this 'ible!
He was travelling the speed limit--50-60 mph on that stretch of freeway.
A question for you all:(I haven't played the game as yet)My son is able to hatch eggs while driving--I know because, while he doesn't do this while by himself, he DID ask me to keep his phone screen open to see what would happen. The app showed him as running (while driving the speed limit on the freeway!) and his egg hatched.Is he an anomyly? Is it the phone he is using?I'm thinking of trying the game on MY phone (same brand, different model) to see if that happens for me, too.
I thought this, too, but we live in the middle of nowhere and have LOADS of Pokemon and PokeStops around! In fact--there are more than in the part of the nearby city where my son works!I'm thinking it just depends on what part of the world/country you live in.
I disagree. My (adult) children have actuallt met and interacted with MORE people in their communites than ever! I think this game has the possibility to create the kind of communities I recall when I was growing up!We got together to play and that is what thye are doing!
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