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one of those hardcore back scrubbers, and man... you don't realize how much you need to scrub your back until you really start scrubbing your back. It's all tingly and it feels good, like I got a whole new skin. Highly reccomend it. :)

 

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paint said:
one of those hardcore back scrubbers, and man... you don't realize how much you need to scrub your back until you really start scrubbing your back. It's all tingly and it feels good, like I got a whole new skin. Highly reccomend it. :)

I do the same thing with belt sander, and it works just great.
 

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So you bought a dingle-berry removal tool. Did it work? Or don't you chicas suffer the dingle berry. :confused:
 

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I do the same thing with belt sander, and it works just great.
You sand-belt your dingle-shizznits?
 

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Did you get a footscrubber, too?

I used the footscrubber and pumice last night then coated my tootsies with shea butter lotion before putting on socks and going to bed. My feet have that brand-new feeling today, too.
 

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Never had a problem with a dingle berry myself, rog. Well, my dog used to get them from time to time and I guess that could be considered my problem.
 

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Never had a problem with a dingle berry myself, rog. Well, my dog used to get them from time to time and I guess that could be considered my problem.
Definitely, but then again it could be clogged anal glands wich is a lot worse. Nevermind. I'm blathering. :rolleyes:
 

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So you bought a dingle-berry removal tool. Did it work? Or don't you chicas suffer the dingle berry. :confused:[/QUOTE

Rogger, it is not a dingle berry picker, it is a salad server.
Next time you offer me a salad, light a match.
 

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I have one of those serious ones where it has a hard bristle brush, what looks like a mini cheese grater, a pumice stone, and a light file all on the same little tool. Scrub everything with the brush, grate it all up with the cheese grater, slough it off with the pumice stone, then smooth it out with that light file. Leaves my feet baby soft. And I use nut butter - I think it's made with walnuts. Smells better than shea butter.

Guys - see what we go through?
 

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I have no idea what you're talking about, but I don't have a dog anymore and I'm pretty sure my anal glands are not clogged.
 

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The two of you always tag-team and hijack my threads. Y'all should go to HI and get married. to each other brokeback style.
 

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That's what I have, too. I love the way shea butter smells but I will have to investigate the nut butter phenomenon.

Have you tried the in-shower body lotion yet? That's the greatest stuff ever! Smooth it on while the hair is conditioning and then rinse everything off and you're super smooth.
 

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paint said:
I have no idea what you're talking about, but I don't have a dog anymore and I'm pretty sure my anal glands are not clogged.
You don't have them, moreon, but doggies do. When they start propelling themselves across the floor by their frontlegs scraping their ass it's time to visit the vet. He'll squeeze their anal glands and it stinks like hell squared. Cats too.
 

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