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« on: August 22, 2008 08:09:51 PM »

A Christmas or two ago I received this very matronly looking white sweater from my grandmother.  Of course I instantly thought of everything I could do to it, and then left it alone for going on two years... anyway, I'm still really unsure, so I thought I'd ask you guys!  How can I destroy this. 

Apologies in advance for the... er... 'chill' I seem to have caught.  It does show I suppose how thick the sweater is.  (You can see my nipples  Lips sealed)


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