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“On your dog if they've been on there a longer time simply use a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol and then leave it on them until they come undone and dispose via toilet or any other way you feel these bloodsuckers deserve to die.”
“I stare at the painted q-tip in my fingers and smile at the grotesqueness of it all.”
“Great, thanks very much Del in KS, I am going to try the q-tip and bleach thing and see how it goes.”
“You must be living in a dream world man – the majority of people that need help with the overpriced, 8-dollar a q-tip, price-gouged-to-the-max healthcare could never afford a house period!!”
“Also, I dampened a q-tip with warm water and very gently wiped her nose with it.”
“Mine was at least a hundred times bigger—definitely at least the size of the q-tip head alone.”
“If you want to look like everyone's drunken four-eyelashed grandmother, then go for it, but rest assured, I'll be there at your heavily eye-lined funeral, taking a q-tip to your eyelids, and whispering, "I told you so.”
“ALSO: Optical laser mice do pick up dirt too … A q-tip lightly moistened in alcohol and gently passed across the mouse "eye" first, and then around the bottom of the mouse, especially on the little teflon pads works wonders ….”
“Dab white glue on the chimney sequins with a q-tip because they are too shiny and don't look like real bricks.”
“Forgot to say that a friend in scent gave me a q-tip hit on her small sample of vintage Colony...it has been travelling with me for months now...”
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