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I usually don't complain too often, but I'm fed up with......

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Jeffrey Carter
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0 posted 11-06-2000 09:13 AM       View Profile for Jeffrey Carter   Email Jeffrey Carter   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Jeffrey Carter


My significant other telling me to put the toilet seat back down. I asked her if I have to put it back down when I finish why can't you leave it up when you are finished? I mean fair is fair right?

And why is it that you women always complain about you hair getting messed when we guys put the car window down? I know speaking for my other half she has enough hair spray on her head to blow up China if you struck a match to it

Just a question ....how do you all feel about this?
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1 posted 11-06-2000 11:56 AM       View Profile for Michael   Email Michael   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Michael

Every woman I know complains about sitting down on the toilet in the dark with the seat up...LOL (as if a man ever had that luxury).  They don't want to have to use the light switch the way it was intended either, I guess.  I think if the seat were meant to always be down, it wouldn't have been made with hinges to begin with... and besides, if the MAN who made the toilet knew of just how much fuss women would make of it - I'm sure he'd have been content to just continue using the nearest tree.  We all should be arguing over more appropriate things in my opinion, like which way the toilet paper comes off the roll perhaps...


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Haven't we solved BOTH of these issues... Now the hairspray one... That's worth discussing..

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LOL love that hairspray thing! Enough to blow up China!! ROFL!

Now, we might be able to discuss that one without a war you think Nan?
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4 posted 11-06-2000 10:27 PM       View Profile for Ron   Email Ron   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Ron's Home Page   View IP for Ron

I would like to go on record as saying hairspray is, without question, the most useless and irritating product yet invented by science. I would like to, but I won't.

I'm a product of the fifties and sixties. And if you're old enough to recognize the phrase "a little dab'll do ya," you'll know why I'm keeping my mouth shut.


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5 posted 11-06-2000 10:35 PM       View Profile for Kit McCallum   Email Kit McCallum   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kit McCallum

LOL Ron ... how's about a little Dippity Doo or Brill Cream to bring back some happy memories? Frankly, I can't stand hairspray though ...  
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A former brylcreme user Ron?-- or Wildroot?
And most of the former users of those products are the same ones you might say formerly had hair...lol


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7 posted 11-07-2000 12:29 AM       View Profile for Christopher   Email Christopher   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Christopher

ummmmm.... yeah...

*slips out the door*
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8 posted 11-07-2000 01:52 AM       View Profile for Irie   Email Irie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Irie

ROFLMAO over the hairspray thing!  

Ok, now I don't mind the window down and I don't care if my hair gets messed up, unless we're going somewhere that required me much time setting or styling my hair, and that isn't often.....
What buggs me is my hair whipping me in the face or getting in my eyes....

And the toilet seat thing......fair is fair.
I fall in the toilet therefor he pees on plastic wrap! fair is fair, RIGHT? Hehe  
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9 posted 11-07-2000 03:37 AM       View Profile for Severn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Severn

Jeffrey - http://piptalk.com/pip/Forum6/HTML/000080.html

you may find that interesting in regards to the seat issue...(my opinion hasn't changed btw lol)

Hairspray?
My hair is long and straight

Hairspray???
Choke, splutter, HAHA...

errrr...

I'm sure it is genuinely effective for some.
I may as well put fly spray on my head.

Personally, being one of those natural kinda girls (ie - see makeup and run away) I find hair spray a bit bemusing.

A few serious questions here - do women actually LIKE the feeling of strands of hair stuck together? Or is it solely the appearance factor that counts?

K


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Like a human without illusions...
This is how the wind shifts:
Like a human, heavy and heavy,
Who does not care.

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All righty then... Somebody find us a hairspray alternative...

We could just keep the top down and let it fly with the wind... That's fun for sure - but - When it rains and the top has to go up, we've got no hairdo left...

Oh.. the roof leaks? ... Well then... What the heck - Throw the stupid spray away and just settle for the "au natural" windblown wet look and go spuddlin'...
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Wind blown natural is great....

K
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Ok, I confess to having hair lacquer, in fact seeing as I'm being confessional I'll admit to having 3 cans, one in the cloakroom, one in the en-suite and one in the office but *not* for my hair but because when I see a large fat hairy spider it keeps *him* in place!!!

bows head in shame.....ROFL
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For Ron, one word:

Beehives.
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14 posted 11-07-2000 09:50 AM       View Profile for SEA   Email SEA   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for SEA

Too funny..I don't care about the seat, as for the hairspray, it doesn't do me any good any way.....my hair is fine and thin so I can put the whole can on and in ten minutes it will go flat-window down or not!   -SEA
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O.k you ask for it, In my opinion men have no aim at all, I mean it they don't know how to pee in a toilet they get everywhere except the toilet, I work in a store where it's available unfortunately to men, we definitely need men and women, everytime I go in there, there's pee all over the toilet lid and all on the floor, I guess it must be a hardship for some men to lift the lids, gawd it's terrible really, My opinion is women need their bathroom, no men allowed, as far as hair spray they are perfecting it everyday it's no longer stick together to make a bee's hive new and improved!
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I say we all shave our heads and pee in the woods...problems solved!!! Next!!
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Do they have porta potties in the woods?
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Yes Nan, they're called bushes.  
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But Sharon, what would I do with my.....ooops never mind...*g*  bury it I guess...LOL

I seem to remember a really funny thread somewhere on loo paper, anyone know what I'm talking about? Had me in stitches when I read it...
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Here's the thread: ON A ROLL


http://piptalk.com/pip/Forum6/HTML/000042.html

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21 posted 11-07-2000 09:40 PM       View Profile for WhtDove   Email WhtDove   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit WhtDove's Home Page   View IP for WhtDove

ROFL Ron!!

And hey Nan, you know you can always wipe with leaves. (but watch out for those poison ivy leaves) Then again you can use a dollar...but watch out those quarters can be dangerous.  

I'm like you Susan with hairspray. I use it though, cause if I don't, it all goes straight. And man that looks like hell LOL>
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BUSHes can be prickly though... and I've got aGOREaphobia too.....
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Hmm..I'm keeping my mouth shut on the toilet seat thingy because I don't have an opinion on that or a problem in that area.

Toilet paper over the top because its easier to tear...

I don't like my hair getting into my face while the window is down either. Its annoying. My husband is usually the one who gets more annoyed with me when I put a window down, and his hair isn't even long enough to get in his face. Figure that one out. He gets it cut pretty short (he found an older barber who uses an old fashioned razor).


Hairspray is a product that I use once in a while when I want a little volume in my hair since it is naturally straight and flat (with just a bit of wave...enough to make it flip annoyingly)Needless to say, I don't coat it on like a helmet as I used to. Not to long ago, I finally found a perfect sylist, and got my hair cut in a style that lets me brush it and go if I want, and it still has a little shape to it. It won't go in a ponytail cooperatively, but I hate those things anyway.  


geesh..anyways...Laters all!


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I installed a nightlight motion detector and as far as the hairspray is concerned ... spray it on the toilet seat ... to keep it down
 
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