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If I make Eva pompons again, I might put a blob of superglue or glue-melt in the middle.

It would spoil her fun until her vast infant-cunning worked a way around that challenge ...
 

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When my grand-sons were small my daughter asked me not to put pom-poms on their hats---They would always pull them apart while she was driving and had to clean the car after each pom-pom
 

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My own poor mother had six of us doing things such as picking-out the tufts on her candlewick bed-spread. Sort of trichotillomania of the cottontufts.
 

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Omnivore said:
My own poor mother had six of us doing things such as picking-out the tufts on her candlewick bed-spread. Sort of trichotillomania of the cottontufts.
Oh I did that when I was about seven. I had a new pink candlewick bedspread and I just couldn't stop pulling out the tufts. My mum was furious!
 

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Bet you were a demon with the scizzors ha-ha. Recently I did a job for my daughter in Auckland and tossed the screw-driver into my carry-on luggage, as an afterthought. Well the x-ray guy at the airport confiscated it. He must've thought I was going to take the aeroplane apart in flight to entertain myself ... "this is your captain speaking; the lavatory's whistling earthwards - don't open the door".
inishowen said:
Omnivore said:
My own poor mother had six of us doing things such as picking-out the tufts on her candlewick bed-spread. Sort of trichotillomania of the cottontufts.
Oh I did that when I was about seven. I had a new pink candlewick bedspread and I just couldn't stop pulling out the tufts. My mum was furious!
 
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