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Some girls just NEED a stiff one!

Discussion in 'Sunnydale Cemetery' started by Anyanka Bunny Killer, Jun 8, 2016.

  1. Anyanka Bunny Killer

    Anyanka Bunny Killer Guardian of Asgard

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    Black Thorn
    That's right...a good ironing board is vitally important, so our clothing looks it's best. There's nothing worse than LIMPNESS...your dress collars must be crisp!
    And nothing screams "fashionista" more than HARD pleats in your skirts. And if anyone tells you otherwise, just BLOW THEM off. Don't SWALLOW your pride! Being FIRM is so important.
     
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    OccaQuokka My arse is not pansy!

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    Yes, it does sound like you need a stiff one.
     
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    GoSpuffy Vampire Lover, I mean Slayer

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    Black Thorn
    are you saying stiffness is more important than the size of the ironing board? What if you have a really large board but it's not as stiff as you like? Is there a solution for that? Some sort of of DIY fix or do you get a new board?
     
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    Anyanka Bunny Killer Guardian of Asgard

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    Well, size definitely matters...but stiffness IS more important. If it's really large but not stiff enough, I'd suggest a hands-on approach. Grab it and jerk it; but be careful. Some ironing boards aren't sturdy enough, and rough manipulation might be damaging.
     
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