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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    Or dare they rub on anything outrageous like your jacket to form lots of little tiny unsightly balls! I have discovered shaving them recently to reduce the appearance. I hope that made sense
    My post almost sounds a bit naughty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    My post almost sounds a bit naughty...
    It does! I knew what you meant though. I also shave my clothes, thought I was the only one until now.

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    Shave clothes - I don't get it. What does that do and how do you do it?

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    It's brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Shave clothes - I don't get it. What does that do and how do you do it?
    With your razor, shave the little balls off your clothes do they don't look raggedy.

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    Yep, I shave clothes too.
    I also like that they're a bit longer at the back to the front. Apparently designers are catering for me
    I like light fabric, especially in warmer weather. I actually hate wearing normal t-shirts. I find them really uncomfortable. It is hard when a fashion style takes over everything when it's not a style you like. I am having a hard time finding short shorts (as in cover the butt, but still short), that aren't high waisted, or the wide legged patterned shorts with little pom poms on them - which I hate with an absolutd passion. So, I do understand the frustration ☺

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    I don't have big boobs and I'm fat so when I go shopping for clothes it's a nightmare yes just because I'm fat doesn't mean I automatically have DD boobs. Why do all larger size women's clothes have inbuilt boob sections? Like wtf is this? It's sort of like we are breast feeding forever 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    With your razor, shave the little balls off your clothes do they don't look raggedy.
    Mind = blown! Why did I not think of this?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Mind = blown! Why did I not think of this?!?
    ME TOO!!!!

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    I have this amazing little gadget, it's called a fabric shaver (so yes, shaving your clothes is definitely a thing!).
    https://www.spotlightstores.com/bath...r/p/BP80285831

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