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post #11 of 12 Old 04-01-2010, 11:01 AM
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I can't use the nasal spray, it makes me sick to my stomach, so I just do like MIE, stick a kleenex up there and get to wiping. My favorites are on windy days when not only do I end up with the dirt boogers but I come inside looking like a little blonde Mexican girl. LOL. I don't carry the wipes or anything but I am always up for washing my face in whatever water is handy (usually I am within a few miles of a windmill). And gross as it is, the farmers handkerchief works ;p.

Does anyone else get the day after eye boogers? You know, those big nasty black things in the corner of your eye when you wake up the morning after a dirty day.
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post #12 of 12 Old 04-01-2010, 02:47 PM
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Oh yeah. The eye boogies, the brown or black nose boogies...I hate em! I'm like you smrobs, the nasal spray either makes me sick at my stomach, or gives me an instant headache. The farmers way does work pretty well, but I've actually used a q-tip. The kleenex seems to just push them up there more for me. And I absolutely hate when we're watching TV and my dear hubby has his head on my lap. He looks up at me and says, "Gross, you have a brown lining in your nose. And with the eye boogies, it makes it look live I've slept in my make-up.
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