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When my little sister was five, she told me, "Beauty comes from the inside...so, wear nice underwear." I like your pictures! I've never heard of those anime (animes? anime plural) before, and I'm excited to check them out. Love Miyazaki and Watanabe.
04/03/2010 at 10:59 PM
say no to neon
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04/08/2010 at 09:43 PM
Wow. I miss those kinds of swimsuits. Imagine, they covered your ass! They were dead sexy, a lot sexier than today's models IMHO. Today, women let everything hang out, literally! And, if you were to wear suits (or even the underwear) shown in this video, you'd be laughed off the beach. It's very sad. I haven't worn a swim suit in almost 10 years, as it's too hard to find one I'm comfortable wearing in public. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. (I know this is an old post, but I just found your blog.)
06/14/2010 at 10:35 AM
a prayer to the anelgs to help me find a solution and solutions came. I came accross some reviews about this little washing machine and decided to purchase one. It is truly wonderful. Our clothes come out very clean and after they have dried are very fresh smelling. It is a small chore to do a little everyday and before you know it the clothes hamper is close to empty. Obviously this is not a major washing machine that is equipped to do all the functions, such as all the cycles but the essentials are there. To help anyone, here are a couple of things that has helped me to get a clean wash. Today in one load I did a pillow case, two kitchen towels, four boxer shorts, two cotton underwear. I find it easy to put the clothes in first then the water. I have two buckets 85% filled with water. In one bucket I put in Tide Cold Water detergent(use very little, if too much it will get really sudsy). I also put in the bucket of water some bleach. I mix it around and then pour it in the washer bucket to the line. Doing it this way insures that you will not put too much water and have it overflow. I put the unit on the machine. I then put the timer on for 15 minutes on standard cycle and then plug it in. After it is finished I then empty the soap water wring out the clothes by hand, place them back in the bucket and use the second bucket of water to fill for the rinse cycle. Since not too much soap is used, it usually takes only one rinse, but if you are very particular about soaps being near your skin you can rinse as much as you like. After the first cycle I save the water if it is not too dirty for mopping the floors. The basic function of this machine is the twisting action so therefore wash and rinse share the same function. Voila, the clothes come out clean, and since I live in sunny California they dry quickly. I love this machine. Just be aware it will not take large items such as blankets. I put in a microfiber robe and it was too much for it, when this happens the machine just doesn't work. The only hard part to this machine is twisting the timer, when you have arthritis it is hard. That is why I turn the timer on first to get a better angle for the turn. I love this machine and it has put a lot of order in my life, it is truly an answer to a prayer. Thankyou dear anelgs!
07/29/2012 at 12:53 AM
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