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#276172 - 15th Dec 2008 8:39am useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) *****
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I saw this a while back on the QVC shopping channel, Some one has ripped it off though and made it possible for you at home to make you own with out spending a fortune one a plastic one !


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#276176 - 15th Dec 2008 9:06am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Sanchez]
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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!

Want one!

Diggin' that music (off a Ninty game?)
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#276180 - 15th Dec 2008 9:32am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: MissGuided]
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yer yer, its off mario world, lol if you want one make one !
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#276183 - 15th Dec 2008 10:21am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Sanchez]
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I'm too bloody lazy to make one lol Oh well, shall continue to throw clothes at kids cupboards as usual. smile
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#276186 - 15th Dec 2008 10:42am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: MissGuided]
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lol, i'll join you, or i mht hrow the kids at the cupboards instead
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#276189 - 15th Dec 2008 11:02am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Sanchez]
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Ive already got one of those.. The wife happy
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#276208 - 15th Dec 2008 1:08pm Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: SoundLad]
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I had one of those - I called it "husband".
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#276262 - 15th Dec 2008 8:48pm Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Wench]
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hehe happy no seriously the missus used to work in puma in australia and knows how to fold t-shirts properly lol smile
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#276294 - 15th Dec 2008 11:07pm Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Wench]
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I had one of those - I called it "husband".


me too..i called it WENCH!
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#276295 - 15th Dec 2008 11:07pm Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Beemertastic]
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Hear Hear !!!

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#276304 - 15th Dec 2008 11:32pm Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: MGCraig]
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I don't believe in folding my clothes neatly - it affects their karma and may in fact steal their spirit.
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#276319 - 16th Dec 2008 1:02am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Beemertastic]
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I had one of those - I called it "husband".


me too..i called it WENCH!


I've wanted to join one of those "re-enactment" groups for many, many years just so I can be a "Wench" for a day - you're a cheaper option Audi raftl Can I be your "Wench" for a day raftl
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#276335 - 16th Dec 2008 8:43am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Wench]
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Interesting.

I post up a useful thing that help you fold t-shirts to store........ten minutes later J has some how managed to offer her self to audio/bmwtastic

raftl
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#276338 - 16th Dec 2008 10:23am Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Sanchez]
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Jaci- ah gawd bless er
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#276376 - 16th Dec 2008 1:33pm Re: useful machine to fold t=shirts (diy) [Re: Sanchez]
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Interesting.

I post up a useful thing that help you fold t-shirts to store........ten minutes later J has some how managed to offer her self to audio/bmwtastic

raftl


I've not offered "those" kind of services - what do you take me for snob On second thoughts, don't answer that raftl

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