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  • That was the worst, the vainest question of all—until he really looked at his treasure-trove of pencils and pens, his eraser and Liquid Paper.

    Naked Cruelty

  • Between the rapes he sat in her chair and read the book—her book, because it had her initials painted on its spine in Liquid Paper—more naked than any man she had ever seen, so smooth and hairless was he.

    Naked Cruelty

  • His mother invented Liquid Paper and when she died, she left him something like $50MM.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • But if you can't talk about your spouse as a "life partner" without a wince and you can't stand watching your husband leave the Liquid Paper as well as the toothpaste uncapped, then odds are you aren't a candidate.

    Working With a Spouse Can Be Risky Business

  • It's mildly interesting that a woman invented Liquid Paper whiteout fluid namely, Bette NesmithPost-It Notes is not interesting—because we all know that men invent more or less everything.

    Archive 2005-03-13

  • "You want it to be livable, not like Liquid Paper,"

    HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • Invention categories include technical, such as the work of Grace Hopper, programmer in the COBOL computer language, medical devices and antibiotics, even Liquid Paper and Totino's frozen pizza, all inventions by women.

    All articles at Blogcritics

  • I could paint my brain with Liquid Paper and enjoy the ride while it lasted, have one or two more three-ways while I didn’t know what they were costing me and I could still enjoy the sex without focusing on the bill.

    Crossed

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