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sock puppet
04-10-2008, 10:05 PM
These behaviors are unsockmane. Please ask your local congressman to support a hosiery bill of rights now.

RE: Uses for Old Socks
Post By Skye (Guest Post) (04/02/2007)
Put two tennis balls side by side tightly in the toe of the sock. Tie the rest of the sock into a tight knot up against the tennis balls. While in the bed, on the floor or in your recliner, place the tennis balls under your neck one on each side of your neckbone. This was suggested to me by my massage therapist and is great for relieving stress and tightness of the neck

RE: Uses for Old Socks
Post By Lin (Guest Post) (01/25/2007)
Use ribbing tops of socks to sew on mittens and then they stay neatly on the child and can tuck under a sweater neatly before the coat is put on.
(I actually make the mittens first out of old sweaters and then sew extra long "old sock" cuffs.
If the colours match up it actually can look quite trendy.

Rag Curls
Post By Cat (Guest Post) (06/25/2006)
This has been passed down through the women in my family from the Depression Era...Make RAG CURLS. Cut socks into small strips. Take a large or small portion of hair, tie sock strip at the bottom of the lock of hair, roll up to the scalp, then tie again. You get very nice, tight, fun curls! Works best when done with wet hair, and sets overnight.

RE: Uses for Old Socks
Post By (Guest Post) (06/21/2006)
Sometimes we use them to wash the car and there's enough of them so everybody can help.

RE: Uses for Old Socks
Post By gretta (Guest Post) (06/20/2006)
I came across an old mop head that opens up to take a group of mop stringssewn together. I laid 6-8 tube socks next to each other the width of the mop, longways, and sewed them down the center. They even wash in the washer.

RE: Uses for Old Socks
Post By gretta (Guest Post) (06/20/2006)
I happened across an old mop head that opens up to take a long set of mop strings bound in the center. I laid 6-8 old tube socks to make a wide rectangle, then sewed down the center to hold them together. Works great and I can wash it in the washer!

RE: Uses for Old Socks
Post By Lynnie (Guest Post) (04/15/2006)
The Sock Bun suggestion is kewl!

e-RICHIE
04-10-2008, 10:06 PM
michael johns got jobbed atmo.

sock puppet
04-10-2008, 10:12 PM
michael johns got jobbed atmo.

In the navy?

R2D2
04-10-2008, 10:12 PM
michael johns got jobbed atmo.

I was like ***mo..............

sock puppet
04-10-2008, 10:14 PM
He's a third class petty officer. He seems to be doing fine. Do submariners "job" each other?

Louis
04-10-2008, 10:15 PM
SP,

When are we going to get that biographical information requested here (http://forums.thepaceline.net/showpost.php?p=523883&postcount=6) ?

Thanks
Louis

sock puppet
04-10-2008, 10:27 PM
Its all there, Louis.

Please be gentle.