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Mary Magennis 1 year ago

Ok, this one I will try. Do they have a hack for when the candle is too small? ;)

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Stille20 1 year ago

hmmm. Interesting. I feel like this could be use for certain kinds of flower arrangements.

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Anamaria Sânziana 1 year ago

This is really helpful

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Craig Wright 1 year ago

"How to attract the larger male match during mating season using a captured female."

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Crochet Rox 1 year ago

This chick likes it better when you forget the water and leave the wine in the nottle!

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Curious Cat 1 year ago

will try this on my Monet next time it gets dirty.

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Heather Kopacz 1 year ago

A slice of bread also picked up the small bits

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Bessy Eek 1 year ago

This is not about how to avoid eggs cracking, it's how to keep cracked eggs whole while boiling — are you people illiterate? Consider the fact that people in those days wouldn't throw away an ENTIRE, NUTRITIOUS egg just because it was a little damaged.

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Curious Cat 1 year ago

Thus ends Red Lobsters reign of terror

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Craig Wright 1 year ago

Whosoever knocks over the urn now, must agree to consume all of the sand, as is customary.

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