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    Mourning the clean out of my "tower of power" (make up trolley). I promised DH I'd have a clean out when we moved into our new house. I reduced 6 draws to 4.

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    Exhausted! Organised the Father's Day stall at DS school and we sold almost everything today so now am just hanging around until DS finishes school in an hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    I basically only listen to "old music". Mr4 told me the other day that Streets Of Philadelphia by Springsteen is a good song. Then he was walking around singing Take A Long Line by The Angels. They're already well and truly corrupted haha.
    We only really get one music station here (Triple J) so my old iPod is just connected 100% of the time and it's nearly all old music. My friends laugh because I say I'm listening to "new music" when I put 90s music like Natalie Imbruglia on ha.
    You must be my vintage or have exceptionally awesome music taste! How cute is your Mr 4!
    It's funny, my kids actually do love 80's music, Spandau Ballet, Cyndi Lauper, Tears for Fears and heaps more others, and were super excited to hear I was off to the Culture Club concert, but when it comes to the car, they want top 40...groan! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I am wondering if the apprentice at the hairdresser I go to has resting b*tch face, or is she actually throwing shade at me (?)

    I suspect the latter, as she's given me mild 'tude before. I have no idea why, as I'm very friendly and pleasant when I go in.

    If she throws obvious shade today - look out honey *snaps fingers*
    Haters gonna hate! Disarm her with a smile .
    What are you getting done to your hair?

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    I am wondering why I have this ridiculous pesky cough that fully sounds like a smoker's cough, but I don't smoke. It's been lingering for ages and it's getting embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    I am wondering why I have this ridiculous pesky cough that fully sounds like a smoker's cough, but I don't smoke. It's been lingering for ages and it's getting embarrassing.
    Id get that checked out by a GP if you have the opportunity. Hope it gets better soon though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooch View Post
    Mourning the clean out of my "tower of power" (make up trolley). I promised DH I'd have a clean out when we moved into our new house. I reduced 6 draws to 4.
    I attempted a clean out of the bathroom drawers a couple of weeks ago. I did achieve a little bag of make up for dd1 to play with and keep as her own. And got rid of a few bags. It looks organised ATM. But didn't cull much.
    I don't own much make up but my god the hair products, and anti aging products...... I have a giant storage tub worth in addition to the bathroom cabinets and can't bring myself to cull as they are worth a small fortune and a lot of things aren't open.
    I will try again in another month or so lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Haters gonna hate! Disarm her with a smile .
    What are you getting done to your hair?
    No shade thrown today - I actually don't think she's an apprentice either She did throw shade at my hairdresser for accidentally blowing the hairdryer near her. I think she's one of those narky/serious types.

    I just got a toner put through - I got a full head of blonde foils 3 weeks ago

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    Yay, blondie Degrassi! I'm going to put my own toner in to see if it will save me some $$$ as it's getting a bit exxy my hair.

    It sounds as though she's definitely narky and uptight, gosh, if a hairdryer accidentally blows her way in a hair salon ....what hope does she have!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Id get that checked out by a GP if you have the opportunity. Hope it gets better soon though.
    Sage advice, I will do that.


 

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