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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    Hold up,
    Whats the big deal about using a sponge to clean with? Did I miss something? I hve always used a sponge! I lean my bathrooms, toilets and kitchen every single day coud you imagine how many paper towels and wipes I'd go through??

    I soak my toilet sponges in a bleach solution every night and they are all replaced every 2-4 days. Am I revolting?
    I do this...

    Lol oh well.... Guess we can be revolting together hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pippy the Hippo View Post
    Got my nails done last week....... Then 2 days later was booked in for a c-sect on Tuesday and it's hospital policy to have bare nails for any surgery.

    Bye bye beautiful nails!

    Woe is me!

    Whaaaat? I've never heard that before. I'd just keep them on and have them done super short. Or maybe do the Shellac thing?

    As if acrylics are going to fall off do they have no idea how hard it is to get those damn things off?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    Whaaaat? I've never heard that before. I'd just keep them on and have them done super short. Or maybe do the Shellac thing?

    As if acrylics are going to fall off do they have no idea how hard it is to get those damn things off?!
    I think it's because they can't check the circulation in your fingertips properly with acrylics and nail polish on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    I think it's because they can't check the circulation in your fingertips properly with acrylics and nail polish on.
    They've always just checked my toes...

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    Geordie Shore is only on once a week...And I'm having to watch Jersey Shore instead.
    Wow that is petty :/
    Last edited by brooke88(mum2b09); 03-03-2012 at 14:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    They've always just checked my toes...
    Depends on the theatre staff.

    Most have a no make up at all policy (where I've worked), incl no nails

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    Hold up,
    Whats the big deal about using a sponge to clean with? Did I miss something? I hve always used a sponge! I lean my bathrooms, toilets and kitchen every single day coud you imagine how many paper towels and wipes I'd go through??

    I soak my toilet sponges in a bleach solution every night and they are all replaced every 2-4 days. Am I revolting?
    Me too, but I don't clean every day OR soak mine in bleach, I just rinse them out and let them dry til I use them again. I must be really grotty! Haha!

    I can't think of anything I have whinged about recently but I'm certainly guilty of it. I like threads like this- good for a laugh and puts things in perspective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Depends on the theatre staff.

    Most have a no make up at all policy (where I've worked), incl no nails
    never going to those hospitals hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Depends on the theatre staff.

    Most have a no make up at all policy (where I've worked), incl no nails
    OMG! So glad I didn't have to have a c sec, I would have gone nuts!!

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    Hmm right now I can not think of any.


 

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