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Old 10-16-2010, 04:43 PM   #15
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When I get up in the morning going to work and my DW is sleeping I brush my teeth and wet my hair in the kitchen sink. This sink will accomodate my teeth and my head. I believe we can now bring this discussion to another level even exceeding the oxygenizer shower head.
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Old 10-16-2010, 05:27 PM   #16
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Well folks, my teeth are normal size. What I should have said was I can barely get my head in the sink to wet my hair when I am finished brushing my teeth. Don't ask...my head is also the normal size, what is normal these days? Got to have a sense of humor. That was a good question webegone2, I am still laughing .
Whoa doggy's. I've been doing this wrong for years. I've never wet my hair after brushing my teeth. I have always put the water in my mouth to rinse after brushing. Have I been doing this wrong? Should I be putting the water on my hair to rinse my teeth? If so, how does that work?
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Whoa doggy's. I've been doing this wrong for years. I've never wet my hair after brushing my teeth. I have always put the water in my mouth to rinse after brushing. Have I been doing this wrong? Should I be putting the water on my hair to rinse my teeth? If so, how does that work?
Well when you stop by Misty River have Rod show you how.
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Old 10-16-2010, 06:25 PM   #18
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Well when you stop by Misty River have Rod show you how.
I'll be too busy, but thanks. I'm more verbal that visual; I guess that means I'm not from Missouri.
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I overlaid a hard maple countertop and a vessel sink.

Just have to ask if when you bend over to wash your face, did you ever bang any part of your face into the edge of the sink? Like when your eyes are closed rinsing soap off your face.
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Jim, usually I brush and rinse then wet my hair, but now I'm so confused I'll have to wait till I get up in the morning.
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Jim, usually I brush and rinse then wet my hair, but now I'm so confused I'll have to wait till I get up in the morning.
O'boy. Just like the Saturday serials. I can't wait to find out what happens next. The real question then becomes, what do you do after you wet your hair?
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I'll be too busy, but thanks. I'm more verbal that visual; I guess that means I'm not from Missouri.
And your point is.......................
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And your point is.......................
I know (no) you, nuff said. You must leave baby Dunkette out of this feud too.
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I just joined ten minutes ago, very informative, very funny, and a great come back. y'all sound like a great bunch of guys
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Hey Yats! Welcome to the forum! Yeah, we're a bunch of really funny folks around here.

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Well down in my home town of New Orleans & Metairie when we want to know where someone is at we say.... where ya yats?
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my sink in my 32 ft class c is tiny, stainless, and makes me think I am in an airplane lavatory. But it works fine for what I do there. I kind of like it. After all, I go RVing for something different.
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