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1  Re: Cat + ToiletPaper = shredded bits everywhere! in Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions by tardmuffin on: November 06, 2006 01:49:27 PM
Meet Max:

Max was a very bad cat.

Then Tardmuffin's toilet tissue-less father had an idea.
So that we didn't have to hide all your toilet paper, we found that Max absolutely loathes touching anything wet or slimy. A small gladware lid with some water (so he couldnt get in prime position) and few wet ones wrapped and rubberbanded around the toilet paper (easy to remove) deterred him after the first few attempts. No matter how many times he'd bat it around, he'd get his paws pretty wet, and would stop quickly. We then moved down to just the rubber band, and now are safe to leave the bathroom door open
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2  Re: Anyone here have bad taste?-- Costume brainstorming in Halloween Costumes by tardmuffin on: September 26, 2006 06:02:53 AM
I, after pestering friends, found that gay hitler improved on her outfit the following year, and came back with:

I like this one even better than what I'd seen
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3  Skirt recon: shortened, patched in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by tardmuffin on: July 25, 2006 12:46:33 PM
I found an AE skirt at the thrift store for about 2 dolla, complete with mystery stain. This isn't really something I'd wear, so I igured I'd change that. After sacricing a pyjama shirt, I came up with this:

Please ignore the belly and pale legs.

I intended for the edges to be rough hewn, it gives it more quirkiness and some of my personality. I stitched the heart and skull on by hand, with embroidery floss. From start to finish, it took me about an hour, and only because I'm flu-ey.

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