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Problem with holloween
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mud    Posted 10-31-2004 at 19:33:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
every year we do the same thing. buy too much candy.

cant let it go to waste neither.


deadcarp    Posted 10-31-2004 at 22:06:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
oh around here everything edible ends up going to waist! i have a big tub of tri-flavored popcorn right at my elbow. for emergencies. you have to nibble the flavors down evenly ya know - no use tipping it over.


Maggie/TX    Posted 10-31-2004 at 22:56:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
I love those tins of tri-flavored popcorn! Oh the popcorn is ho-hum, but the tins are wonderful to recycle! They make a great canister to keep rice, dried beans, pasta, bags of marshmallows, bags of nuts, anything non-perishable that comes in a bag and they hold a lot! They also make great trash cans for the bathroom and extra bedrooms. Save that tin when it's empty!


~lenore    Posted 11-01-2004 at 07:55:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
I got a beautiful one a couple of Christmasses ago. I use it to save my recyclable bows after christmas. I buy ribbon and make my own gorgeous bows so I save them and reuse them.


Vern    Posted 10-31-2004 at 22:05:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Mud;
Shouldn't that be spelled "waist"?


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