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For the old farts

Postby foghorn » April 26th 2018, 7:27am
















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Re: For the old farts

Postby codguy » April 26th 2018, 7:42am

Wouldn't load for me, perhaps I'm not old enough.................
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Re: For the old farts

Postby foghorn » April 26th 2018, 8:08am

codguy wrote:Wouldn't load for me, perhaps I'm not old enough.................




Or I'm too old.


Strange-I'm usually the one with problems with stuff loading.
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Re: For the old farts

Postby Hawk » April 26th 2018, 8:20am

Ads are working for me and they're a handy reminder of life before cell phones where virtually everybody needed a watch.

I still see the things in mall kiosks and they are perhaps missing a marketing opportunity by not presenting it as an inexpensive defoliator. As I recall they worked pretty well at yanking out wrist hairs. The generation that gave us anal bleaching might be all over a defoliator.
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Re: For the old farts

Postby MAX » April 26th 2018, 9:04am

Man, Im so old I still have a twist-o-flex.
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Re: For the old farts

Postby foghorn » April 26th 2018, 9:09am

Hawk wrote:Ads are working for me and they're a handy reminder of life before cell phones where virtually everybody needed a watch.

I still see the things in mall kiosks and they are perhaps missing a marketing opportunity by not presenting it as an inexpensive defoliator. As I recall they worked pretty well at yanking out wrist hairs. The generation that gave us anal bleaching might be all over a defoliator.




Oddly enpogh I never had much of a hair pulling problem even though I do have hairy wrists.
Apparently my wrist hair is much more firmly planted than the hair on my head.
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