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post #41 of 85 Old 11-16-2012, 06:30 PM
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Skull Candy is a brand of head phones :) They're nice quality, and not too expensive compared to the other big name brands.

By the swirling curling iron, she might mean an iron that doesn't have a clamp? They're usually called curling wands, though. Instead of clamping your hair and leaving crimp lines in your hair, you just wrap it around. Orrr, it could be another type of curling iron that curls your hair differently.




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post #42 of 85 Old 11-16-2012, 06:48 PM
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Skull Candy is a brand of head phones :) They're nice quality, and not too expensive compared to the other big name brands.

By the swirling curling iron, she might mean an iron that doesn't have a clamp? They're usually called curling wands, though. Instead of clamping your hair and leaving crimp lines in your hair, you just wrap it around. Orrr, it could be another type of curling iron that curls your hair differently.



Kayella you are a lifesaver. I thought the 15 year old wanted Skull Candy and some head phones.
Thanks for the tip on the curling iron too. That one looks like it might be what she wants.

Lockwood thanks for the info on the movie too!


One more ????? Well Two actually

Is Creckle or Crackle nail polish a brand or does it do something like crackle?
What do you think a thin black grippy hair bands might be?

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They do have those curling irons that spin around and twist the hair.
Get the bags of rubberbands that are plastic, not wrapped.

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post #44 of 85 Old 11-16-2012, 07:27 PM
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They do have those curling irons that spin around and twist the hair.
Get the bags of rubberbands that are plastic, not wrapped.

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I do remember that curling iron on a commercial.
It reminded me of the horse brush I bought that was round and went on the end of an electric drill. I tried it out brushing the horse, well within15 sec I had the horses mane wrapped so tight around that drill brush It took me forever to get it untangled.
About every 4 years I get that brush out to try again with the same results, you would think I would learn.

Thanks again, I do want tp try and get them what they want.

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Crackle is a nail polish that you layer over another color and it cracks to show the color underneath. Nor sure if its an actual brand, but if you go in Walmart you will know it when you see it.
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post #46 of 85 Old 11-16-2012, 08:46 PM
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I already received my gift from my mom. We traveled to MD to visit a Dover Saddlery and I picked up my Ariat paddock boots and half chaps.

I'm asking for lesson money from my dad and stepmom. I'm pretty boring

I still have four younger sisters to buy for, ages 4, 4, 6, and 12. Any ideas for the kiddos?

ETA: Crackle is a Sally Hansen product. Most of the local hairdressers carry it, as well as Walmart.
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My wise father would post a sheet of fooscap for each kid to write down what was wanted for Christmas and posted in mid Nov. It was interesting how many yesterday's whims were scribbled off and replaced with todays. Deadline was Dec. 15 so whatever was still up there was a chance we'd get it. (depending on cost, of course).
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Our daughter got her birthday present 6 months early and her Christmas gift a moth and a half ago. Spoiled no. She didn't get anything from us on her actual birthday and won't get a Christmas present. Bday=new custom made coriente saddle. Christmas=faster horse. Gotta get em when ya can I suppose. She never even blinked about not getting anything on her birthday. She's so awesome!
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We celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas. Feel free to pity me, lol.
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post #50 of 85 Old 11-17-2012, 07:11 AM
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Well, I finally got the dreaded list last night. I'm pretty sure that M thinks we grow money on trees. Ugh. She didn't pick out anything on the budget friendly side of things. I am currently shopping for a blankety blank blank blank american girl doll, it has to look like her, have a horse & the gear...she's going to be waiting for her birthday for the horse & tack - I could buy her a real pony for the same price She also asked for regulation sized soccer goals (her words were "the metal kind like at the field") and also wants us to have a mural painted on her bedroom wall, that one might be a possibility as I have a friend that is super talented when it comes to that kind of stuff.

Here's what she wants on her bedroom wall. It's the cover of one of her favorite books "Ponyella" - hoping my artistic friend will barter riding lessons for her kiddo for painting ;)

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Oh my gosh I feel for you. I am so thankful my daughter is out of the American Girl doll stage. Evil evil dolls. And they aren't even made in America. Why are they so expensive? I used to think Thomas the Tank Engine was my bank accounts nemesis but after AG dolls I realized they were small potatoes.
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