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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsmamma View Post
    I don't think they're 'fake'. I don't think the op's first language is English. Hence why many of their posts don't make a lot of sense.
    Yeah that's how it comes across to me but not fake. I was just wondering why others think so.

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    Isn't op the one who posts a fair bit of craft threads?

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    Yeah but I've never seen a member with so many unanswered threads (like no replies whatsoever on thread after thread). Just weird.

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    Please remember that not all our members are located in Australia and therefore have very different lifestyles. What you consider 'fake' and is not 'normal' in your life is everyday for others.

    Now ... back to topic please

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    Hi OP, my husbands grandma gave me towels for my kitchen tea. I love her dearly but that were butt ugly towels. We're meant to be bath towels but were really the size of large tea towels but were the worst colour.

    I ended up having a flood and I won't lie we used grandmas towels to barricade. They ended up going mouldy (not sure how they went straight in the wash) so we ended up using them as rags.

    Purpose of my story is I love my dh's grandma just not her taste in towels. I meant no disrespect or didn't love her less. Don't lose a friendship over it. If anything she could have been more discreet but maybe overlooked it by accident.


 

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