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David Ashton
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Jinx remover
David Ashton   9/13/2013 8:22:57 PM
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You would have heard of Antimacassars, Max?  Also handy things to have around, though you don't see too many macassars around these days....

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Re: Round Tuitts
Max The Magnificent   9/13/2013 9:59:08 AM
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@Bellhop: I thought that you'd look it up: http://www.antimonkeybutt.com/

I've got you for that LOL

I just ordered some as Christmas presents

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Re: Round Tuitts
Max The Magnificent   9/13/2013 9:57:40 AM
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@Bellhop: Crowd-source it!


Good idea, but I barely have time to make a pot of coffee these days (sad face)

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Re: Round Tuitts
Bellhop   9/13/2013 9:55:31 AM
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I thought that you'd look it up:

http://www.antimonkeybutt.com/

I first saw it in a Tractor Supply store.

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Re: Round Tuitts
Bellhop   9/13/2013 9:52:22 AM
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Crowd-source it!

 

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Re: Round Tuitts
Max The Magnificent   9/13/2013 9:47:06 AM
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@Bellhop: The "Jinx Remover Spray" is getting a little old at this point too. It's been a common gift shop item for a long time.

I still think I'd like a rack of say 10 smallish spray cans with all the different labels on as discussed in earlier comments.

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Re: Round Tuitts
Max The Magnificent   9/13/2013 9:46:01 AM
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@Bellhop: I've often thought that there might be some off-label use for "Anti Monkey Butt Powder" (a legitimate product).

Seriously? Dare I ask what it's used for?

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Re: Round Tuitts
Bellhop   9/13/2013 8:14:01 AM
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My mother used to work in a doctor's office with a British woman, a WWII "war bride". She always had one handy. It was the first that I had seen a Round Tuitt. That was in the 1970s. The "Jinx Remover Spray" is getting a little old at this point too. It's been a common gift shop item for a long time.

I've often thought that there might be some off-label use for "Anti Monkey Butt Powder" (a legitimate product).

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Re: cans #4, #5, and #6?
Max The Magnificent   9/12/2013 6:00:00 PM
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@David: Max the Magnificent's Marvellous Mystery Oil - MMMMO for short...

When I ascend to my rightful role as Galactic Overlord, you can be my head of marketing!

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Re: Round Tuitts
Max The Magnificent   9/12/2013 5:57:58 PM
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@Bellhop: Everyone should have plenty of "Round Tuitts" in their desk drawer...

Arrgh -- that old chestnut. It's like the "Be alert... the world needs more lerts!" :-)

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