Friday, December 08, 2017

Filthy Friday - Stain Removal Edition


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How do you Bitches remove stubborn stains?

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    1. PEENEE: Why not just take them back to the thrift shop where you bought them?

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  2. So that would explain Dick's facial expressions over the video conference.

    Stain removal.....lots of elbow grease.

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    1. MISTRESS MADDIE: Your elbow is an unusual choice but whatever turns you on.

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    2. I find that greasing one's elbow creates MORE stains.
      Despite being marketed as a de-nymphing solution, Banish works wonders on most other-worldly stains!

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    3. MR. DeVICE: Who knew the other world had stainage issues?

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    1. JON: Is your tongue made of sandpaper?

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    1. JEFFERY: A hand job?

      Can you tell by the fingerprints?

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  5. A lovely serviette, known in some cruder circles as a cum rag, might have eliminated this laundry nightmare. Should I phone P&G's help line?

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    1. NORMA: How about selling this concept to Martha Stewart?

      Just as Snoop Dogg (or whatever he’s calling himself these days) has his do-rags, Martha could market her cum rags.

      Crafty.

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  6. My dry cleaners has a Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. I don't know their secret.

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    1. TOPHER: But your dry cleaner knows YOUR secret.

      Welcome back! It’s been months since you’ve visited.

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    1. MAGO: Danke. You’ve just taught me another German word.

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  8. Oxyclean for clothing stains.

    Baking soda for grease and food stains/scraps stuck to the cookware.

    Vinegar for glass surfaces.

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    1. EROS: I use vinegar for cleaning too and have a jumbo spray bottle at hand.

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    2. p.s. Smells like a fish ‘n’ chip shop when I clean house.

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    3. Fish and chips would be a nice reward after a thorough house cleaning.

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  9. Frightfully bad aim; frightfully so. On the other hand...now you know why I buy two of everything.

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    1. BURT: Two of everything? I’ll bet you like twins, too.

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  10. Leave it to dry, then scrape it off with your nail.

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    1. MITZI: Your manicurist won’t thank you for that.

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