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Iron Life Hack
Topic Started: Apr 20 2017, 09:13 PM (163 Views)
George K
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Finally
Got scratches on the bottom of your iron?

Here's what to do!

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Horace
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HOLY CARP!!!
It really is the greatest life hack. Buy a new one. Or more generally, throw money at it.

Maid service came in yesterday. My home is a whole other world now.
As a good person, I implore you to do as I, a good person, do. Be good. Do NOT be bad. If you see bad, end bad. End it in yourself, and end it in others. By any means necessary, the good must conquer the bad. Good people know this. Do you know this? Are you good?
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Mikhailoh
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If you want trouble, find yourself a redhead
Same here. Love those cleaning ladies.
Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead - Lucille Ball
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Catseye3
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Horace
Apr 20 2017, 09:22 PM
It really is the greatest life hack. Buy a new one. Or more generally, throw money at it.

Maid service came in yesterday. My home is a whole other world now.

:lol2: It almost sounds like they were a surprise invasion, like you weren't expecting them, and now you can't find the bed linens.
"If you don't risk anything, you risk even more." -- Erica Jong
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Horace
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HOLY CARP!!!
Catseye3
Apr 21 2017, 02:54 AM
Horace
Apr 20 2017, 09:22 PM
It really is the greatest life hack. Buy a new one. Or more generally, throw money at it.

Maid service came in yesterday. My home is a whole other world now.

:lol2: It almost sounds like they were a surprise invasion, like you weren't expecting them, and now you can't find the bed linens.
The hardest part of motivating myself to hire the maid service is the thought that they'll be visiting and correcting my filth, my shame. I cleaned extensively before they arrived. But they were still worth every penny I paid the team of 3 and their five hours each of work.

They're really good at it. Cleaning takes some experience and the right tools. I have neither, so I can't make things look like they can make them look.

But the thought of actually being there while they did it? No. I couldn't handle that. I'll be at work, thank you.
As a good person, I implore you to do as I, a good person, do. Be good. Do NOT be bad. If you see bad, end bad. End it in yourself, and end it in others. By any means necessary, the good must conquer the bad. Good people know this. Do you know this? Are you good?
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Aqua Letifer
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ZOOOOOM!
Horace
Apr 21 2017, 08:20 PM
The hardest part of motivating myself to hire the maid service is the thought that they'll be visiting and correcting my filth, my shame.
They've seen far worse. Absolutely guaranteed they've seen far worse.
I cite irreconcilable differences.
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