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Thread: How to straighten out older crinkled ribbons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Southall View Post
    I'm the exact opposite, I burn what I cook or iron and break what I wash. 25 years of marriage in the books and I don't do any of that house stuff. I do put my beautiful wife on a pedestal though.
    Same here... With everything except for ironing my shirts! She just said no!
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    Same here... With everything except for ironing my shirts! She just said no!
    I sacrificed a couple of my shirts just so she new I wasn't playing around!

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    Uncle Sam taught me to iron....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Kirkpatrick View Post
    Uncle Sam taught me to iron....
    Yep..., that's where I learned... Make a mean bed too...
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    Just used mine to iron a couple of ribbons for a display. The rule around here is if it has been in the ironing basket for 3 years I don't need it so out it goes.

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    Married 34 years and never had an iron until yesterday. Husband bought one to apply veneer to a speaker cabinet he is making. He tried to get me to do it 10 years or so back, but only his stuff needed ironing. He learned pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Kirkpatrick View Post
    Uncle Sam taught me to iron....
    Hmmmmmm……….. Summich taught me to throw away anything and everything that needs ironed.
    Different outcomes regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    You didn't have an iron?

    nope, off to the wal-mart now. wish me luck!!!
    will look for one with a low setting.
    thank you all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Kirkpatrick View Post
    Uncle Sam taught me to iron....

    Getting married while still on Uncle Sam's payroll, wife said she didn't do ironing. Speaking before thinking, I told her I wouldn't trust her to iron my stuff as it needed to pass inspections.
    Still don't know why she got made about it.
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    Hey Bora, how's it hanging? gitcher ribbon problem ironed out? lol..
    Last edited by Paul "Happy" Gilmore; 07-11-2013 at 12:44 PM.

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