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    • lessonlearned
    • By lessonlearned 1st Jan 18, 11:51 AM
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    Frump to Fab 2018 - Fabulous Dahhhhlings
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    • 1st Jan 18, 11:51 AM
    Frump to Fab 2018 - Fabulous Dahhhhlings 1st Jan 18 at 11:51 AM
    Good Morning my Lovelies.

    And welcome to the new bright and shiny Frump to Fab Thread.

    First of all a very big hello and welcome to everyone, newbies, lurkers and returners....and those undecided.

    Second let me wish you all “Happy New Year”.

    Let’s rock this one!!!!

    Well now where do we start this year. We have quite a history here now don’t we. I was thinking this morning about how the thread has developed so for the newbies......a brief potted history.

    A few years ago my son took a photo of me. I was horrified. I burst into tears. I could hardly believe my eyes at the image before me. But.......as we know the camera doesn’t lie and I couldn’t argue with what That image revealed.

    I went upstairs and stood in front of a full mirror and allowed the awful truth to sink in........never mind frump, I looked like a bag lady.

    In my defence.......it was not down to laziness, far from it. I was caring for my semi Paralysed terminally ill husband. My days were full on with caring duties. I scarcely had a spare minute, it was all I could do to shower and brush my teeth sometimes.

    All very noble of course but I had completely neglected myself in the process. I had forgotten the simple golden rule........we cannot care for others if we don’t care for ourselves. We cannot give love, if we don’t treat ourselves with love.

    How many women forget this simple fact. In our busy lives as mothers, daughters, sisters how often to we put ourselves last on that never ending “to do list”.

    As I stood and looked in that mirror I realised the folly of my ways and I resolved to “do something”. I wasn’t sure what exactly but I knew I had to make a start somewhere.

    So I started the first Frump to Fab Thread and, as they say, the rest is history. What started as a simple diary to help me make the necessary changes to get me out of “Frumpdom” has become a wonderful friendship group of likeminded women.

    Yes some of us are of a certain age but not all. Frumpdom is not the preserve of the middle aged woman who has “let herself go”. Becoming a frump can happen to anyone, young women, even teenagers.

    But here’s the good news .......it’s never too late to reverse the process, never too late to ditch the frump, never too late for the caterpillar to turn into a beautiful butterfly or for the ugly duckling to turn into a graceful and elegant swan.

    There are no rules to this thread except one.

    Kindness please........we don’t judge anyone here, we don’t get into futile pointless arguments, we don’t make nasty comments, we don’t indulge in sarcasm, we don’t bully others, we don’t play mind games and we don’t try to score points by making others feel small.

    So all that being said .....if you are ready to change your stars and become that alluring goddess you always longed to be, if you want to reclaim the energy and vitality that was once yours but has somehow disappeared then this is place for you.

    Let’s all get fabulous.

    Lesson no 1.

    Wear perfume, every day. Don’t save it for best. Get out all those unused smellies lurking in the back of the bathroom cabinet or bedside drawer and start using them.

    Smell divine......and fabulousity will follow. That’s a promise.

    A women who smells gorgeous is gorgeous. It’s the first step on your journey.

    Right I’m off to bathe in a sea of perfumed bubbles but first ..........

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    • Moll
    • By Moll 3rd Jul 18, 12:42 AM
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    Lessons Id love to read your Restoration Blog , must admit im a bit of a house dooer uppper. Altered our old house a lot , and love every inch of it , ( We moved in in the 70's and all the walls were blue and bright orange ) we still havent finished as weve got a HUGE loft area, and seems a shame not to turn it into a room , DH is quite handy and can do the work himself which saves us a fortune , but we cant decide where the best place is to put a staircase for maximum efficiency. Everywhere we think , takes a chunk out of a room , plus weve never had an upstairs toilet , so even that seems a challenge as our rooms are all doors and windows, not a lot of wall space theres GOT to be another way, Maybe well have to bite the bullet and get an architect in to look , Ill have a think on the house name . A friend called her home "Tumbledown " , My house name is a mix of mine and DH surnames and it works well . we almost named it The Phoenix , as it was a real old place and we intended to make it rise from the ashes so to speak , and put a new lease of life in it , which we did over the years , . Theres lots of "Cottage" names here, Christmas cottage, Primrose cottage , hawthorne cottage etc , and i love them all , they always sound so pretty.

    Tete , not heard of the Boots Botox in a bottle stuff, let me know if it works , sounds good ,
    well apart from melting , i havent got anything done outside except water the tomatoes and beans , they are growing great , picked strawberrys and tayberrys too , love this time of year when we get free food from the gardens, and we exchange with friends, had a dozen duck eggs sent over this morning , and rhubarb the other day from a neighbour ,
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    • sugarbaby125
    • By sugarbaby125 3rd Jul 18, 11:06 PM
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    Hello Ladies,

    LL I look forward to reading your restoration blog as well.

    I went to my local Odeon cinema today to see the film Book Club. I enjoyed it up to a point, as it made me laugh in places, but I personally would not recommend this film. I would only give it 5/10 I used one of my Groupon Odeon vouchers which originally cost me 5 making this trip to the cinema very affordable for me.

    I then came home to rest for the remainder of the day and evening. I spoke to Wayne this evening for a short time, but it was a laughter filled conversation.

    My son's chosen present from me of a Samsumg Galaxy S7 Edge mobile phone arrived today and he was so happy.
    • savingfortomorrow
    • By savingfortomorrow 3rd Jul 18, 11:47 PM
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    well today i nearly caused serious damage to self with meat cleaver, no stitches just loads of pressure and bandages. i will have a messy time with dressings for a while but so lucky not to cause massive injury. i am so clumsy. the neighbours must have wondered what the hell the noise was. how and ever these things happen but i need my hands for work and its an inconvience.

    I have been rather good recently and not bought anything new. i tend to try and buy quality items rather than lots of cheap goods. i prefer a second hand good item verses the pile of primark, that i seem to have to put into a charity shop collection a few washes later.

    i have amazed myself with being restrained in buying stuff for the new move, partly because i have a lot and also in the past i rushed out and deeply regretted some things when i got them home. i am obsessed with bright interiors and a lot of the stuff i own is dark. so i will be getting a lot od practice painting in the near future. its best to learn from mistakes and plan plan plan ahead and just not jump into anything. i really thing redoing what i have will be therapeutic as it will change mistakes into treasures.

    i didnt wear any make up and i was grateful as the a/c seemed to be on the blink or not able to cope and it was really warm.

    LL the saying was about persistence always pays off. i always liked it.
    • lessonlearned
    • By lessonlearned 4th Jul 18, 8:26 AM
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    Good morning everyone.

    Ah Persistence Pays Off...that was one from a business training course. But, yes I really like that one, I guess because it so true. Just like Winstin Churchill's one "never, never gave up".

    They both mean roughly the same thing - consistency. Which is really partly about what this thread is all about. Gentle easy small changes to our routines, which done consistently, will compound over time and bring the results we want.

    I too love painting. I also find it very therapeutic, I get in the zone and just relax and enjoy it. Plus of course I love the transformation. My new house is quite dark and gloomy but it won't be when I've finished with it.

    Had my second acupuncture yesterday. Again no dramatic miracle cure just a slight easing of pain and some increased flexibility. Hopefully over time we will see the compound effect at work and should see some significant improvements over the coming weeks.

    No baby yet......DIL is fed up now, uncomfortable and rather emotional, she gets very tearful and can be somewhat volatile. Well she's always volatile but it's even worse at the moment. We are all treading on eggshells. Hopefully not too much longer. I do feel for her, Its not been the easiest of pregnancies and I can see she's had enough.
    • maman
    • By maman 5th Jul 18, 11:45 AM
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    Hello All! Just checking in as back from my holiday yesterday.


    There's no way I can catch up on almost a month of chat so I hope you are all doing well and look forward to getting back to our fab ways.


    I felt that I really looked my best on holiday thanks to this thread and all the fabbing routines we share. I've now got a super tan and my hair is looking very blonde. The plus side is that coming back to good weather means I'm not coming down to earth with a bump.


    The downside of a holiday is that I invariably eat (and drink) far more than I would at home or perhaps more correctly eat different things which means I must have put on a few pounds. I did a quick Aldi shop yesterday, mainly for fruit and veg, so getting back to healthy eating is my first fab step.


    Look forward to catching up with all the news.
    • seven-day-weekend
    • By seven-day-weekend 5th Jul 18, 12:01 PM
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    Hmmmmm. Good thinking. He will be Alexander Robert (Robert after my husband). Not sure what we can do with that.
    Originally posted by lessonlearned
    Lexi Lodge?

    Nice names though. My husband is also called Robert.

    (although almost no-on calls him that. Most people call him Bob, me and my family call him Rob, and his cousin calls him Roberto, because that's what he was called when we lived in Spain ).
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    • chanie
    • By chanie 5th Jul 18, 9:29 PM
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    Hello All! Just checking in as back from my holiday yesterday.


    There's no way I can catch up on almost a month of chat so I hope you are all doing well and look forward to getting back to our fab ways.


    I felt that I really looked my best on holiday thanks to this thread and all the fabbing routines we share. I've now got a super tan and my hair is looking very blonde. The plus side is that coming back to good weather means I'm not coming down to earth with a bump.


    The downside of a holiday is that I invariably eat (and drink) far more than I would at home or perhaps more correctly eat different things which means I must have put on a few pounds. I did a quick Aldi shop yesterday, mainly for fruit and veg, so getting back to healthy eating is my first fab step.


    Look forward to catching up with all the news.
    Originally posted by maman
    Welcome back.
    2018 challenge to save 1000
    Spend less - 1282.05
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    My spending diary - Spend Less, Live More - a spending diary
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5576179
    • Moll
    • By Moll 5th Jul 18, 10:42 PM
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    Maman sounds like youve had a nice holiday

    LL Any baby news ?????

    Hope everyone is coping with the heat. Been to a funeral today , The lady was 95 and had dementia for last few years, but still very sad for the family . The couple we know ( It was her Mums funeral if you follow what i mean ) Her husband took ill last night and had to be rushed into hospital . Hes got stents fitted , and something went wrong with his heart, Luckily hes ok , they managed to repair the damage , but what a day to fall ill !! Just got back from visiting him in hospital, My DD goes for the 2nd half of the scan tomorrow ( The lower half of the baby that they couldnt see previously) There shouldnt be any problems , but ill be glad when shes back and we know for certain , Busy weekend for us , as its our village Gala , and weve all been helping in some way get everything ready , putting marques up etc , Theyve hired an 80 inch TV screen too so they can show the football , Hope we win. I never watch football , but love the big England games.
    On the fabbing front , ive been and had electrolsis done on my face
    ( chin area) , to get rid of the hairs , as if theyd have kept growing , id have looked ore like Paddy Mc Gintys Goat. Luckily we have a beauty salon in town that does it , 8. 60 for 10 minutes , but thats all it takes ,
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    • sugarbaby125
    • By sugarbaby125 5th Jul 18, 10:52 PM
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    Hello Ladies,

    Welcome back Maman.

    I have had a really quiet week so far, as I over did it last week. I have been on painkillers every day, but I have had lots of rest and I am slowly getting back on my feet.

    I am going to spend some time with Wayne tomorrow as I have not seen him since last Sunday and we are both looking forward to seeing each other. We have been keeping in touch with each other with texts and short phone calls.

    I am having a peaceful evening as my daughter is working and my son is having a celebration meal in a Thai restaurant with the other 6th Form leavers in Covent Garden.
    • Moll
    • By Moll 6th Jul 18, 8:05 AM
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    I know a few of you are in London, ill be there for a week at the begining of August with a friend , weve done this for over 20 years at this time of year , so weve done A LOT of stuff, ........... mudlarking on the Thames , the boat rides , all the local attractions , but we like the quirky stuff and try to find new things to do , Any ideas for us this year ??? One thing we intend to do is a Cat Cafe, as weve never done that , but we are open to absolutely anything, one year we went looking for all the blue plaques ,another year we went looking at "Topiary" is that the word , people had done thier hedges and bushes into objects like animals , Last year we did a "Rooftop Cinema" , at night , that was brilliant , we all sat in deck chairs lol , Lovely as it was hot then , but weve run out of ideas,,,,,,,,,,, anyone know of anything we could try? we get an Oyster card for the week so can get pretty much anywhere on the tube , If not its ok , we enjoy just walking around, ( Believe me i need the exersize )
    • Floss
    • By Floss 6th Jul 18, 8:17 AM
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    Moll have you walked any of the Thames Path? If you do the very endy bit you could visit the Barrier or how about a climb up the O2
    • lucywillow
    • By lucywillow 6th Jul 18, 9:58 AM
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    Happy Birthday
    Hi Everyone,
    Not posted for a while but I have been reading along & keeping up the fabbing.

    Just wanted to wish Lessonlearned a very happy birthday. Hope you have a lovely day.
    • lessonlearned
    • By lessonlearned 6th Jul 18, 1:57 PM
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    Thank you Lucy. Just having a quiet day. Went for my acupuncture trearment this morning. It does knock me about so I will just rest. I can "do"my birthday another time.

    I have started my acupuncture and I have been feeling rather rough this week, very weepy and emotional. Apparently this is a good sign.....also my neck, shoulder and chest pain has been awful. Told the doctor and he was delighted. Apparently this shows that my body is responding well to,the treatment. Apparently it's called "a healing crisis" a bit like the flu feeling you get when you detox.

    Actually my knees do feel a lot easier. He said the fibro will take a bit longer.

    I was unprepared for the emotional deluge but given that fibro is usually caused by prolonged periods of stress then I shouldn't have been surprise. Suppressing our emotions does us no good. It might get us through the crisis but it can stir up long term health problems.

    No baby yet. A couple of false alarms. DIL has been seen at the hospital a couple of times but each time the contractions have stopped and she has been sent home. She had a scan on Wednesday and all is well. If she doesn't go into proper labour by next Thursday she will be induced.

    Poor girl is getting fed up.
    Last edited by lessonlearned; 06-07-2018 at 2:23 PM.
    • maman
    • By maman 6th Jul 18, 5:06 PM
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    Happy Birthday LL. How come I forgot that??


    Sorry to hear you're a bit under the weather. You too sugarbaby. Interesting to hear that Wayne is back on the scene. Well fancy that!


    Moll have you walked any of the Thames Path? If you do the very endy bit you could visit the Barrier or how about a climb up the O2
    Originally posted by Floss

    I'd add the Regent's canal to that. We walked the bit from Little Venice to Camden Market then had a mooch round there at the quirky stalls and food places.


    A friend has visited the restaurant Dans le noir where you eat in the dark.


    https://london.danslenoir.com/en/the-restaurant/


    Or have you tried that Emirates Air Line cable car that goes across the Thames?


    DH isn't in my good books today. I've taken my car in to have the big scratch that he made repaired. The courtesy car is a tiny little Nissan Micra with no Air Con! The plus point is that, unlike my new car, it does have a handbrake!


    On the fabbing front, I had my nails done yesterday afternoon. I've gone for a bright red fro a change from the burgundy I normally have. I also picked up a couple of things on offer that I use regularly. One is the Neutrogena Swedish Formula Body Lotion in Boots. I like this mainly because of the pump bottle which is so easy to use. Then, as my eyes get sore and itchy with the heat and air con (mainly on holiday) I bought some of the Optrex spray in Superdrug. I wanted to try the spray as I'm a real wimp with drops.


    I have to go to a conference tomorrow which is due to finish at 4 p.m. but I'm hoping we can shorten the lunch break and get away to see/hear the football.


    I bought a couple of dresses while I was away. Having failed to find anything I liked before I went, it was easier there as they sell dresses suitable for the heat. One is a brown linen one and the other is a more floaty one in muted greens. Both are sleeveless and very baggy! I'm planning to wear the brown one tomorrow with my gold colour Fit Flops. I'm juts loving this weather!
    • sugarbaby125
    • By sugarbaby125 6th Jul 18, 5:49 PM
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    Happy Birthday LL. Once you are feeling much better, you can put your thinking cap on and decide how you would like to celebrate.
    • Moll
    • By Moll 6th Jul 18, 10:13 PM
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    [QUOTE=Floss;74494681]Moll have you walked any of the Thames Path? If you do the very endy bit you could visit the -thames-barrier-information-centre"]

    Thanks Floss i dont think weve done that ,,,,,,,,,,,,, weve walked under the tunnel at Greenwich to the other side of the Thames , but thats all . Thanks for this one , Weve seen them walk up the O2 , but i dont think my friend would be able to do it unfortunatley .,although she did do a zip wire last year , but that does it for you if you know what i mean , no effort involved

    Been a busy day today , first day of our 3 day Gala ,,,,,,,,, LOTS of work in this heat putting the last of the stalls up , and it kicked off at 5pm , with all the bands playing , tomorrow is the big day , where the we walk with the floats , Ive payed for the marching band that will lead the carnival in memory of my Mum who passed away . she used to love the marching bands, so it will be a bit emotional too
    • Moll
    • By Moll 6th Jul 18, 10:41 PM
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    happy birthday LL . Hopefully the acupuncture will help and youll be able to enjoy a belated birthday xx Sending a hug ,

    Good News My DD went for the extra baby scan today and they still say all is well thank goodness . They did say it "Could" be a big baby, ( Wonder if that indicates a boy ,i have 3 little grandaughters)

    Maman wow not heard of an eating place like that , might try that one , weve done the Emirates cable cars , but id love to do that again , we always go the same time of year so the weather is good , and the views are amazing . and i dont think weve ever done the Regents canal so will have a look at that too , thankyou ......we enjoy simple stuff , our favourite pastime is collecting sea glass , bring it home , put it in a glass jar with some fairy lights , and it looks lovely and gives me happy memories for no cost , One year we went looking for lamp posts ?????? yes lamp posts, some that was used in the war , for hiding secret messages , it was fun to find them . and we get plenty of walking exersize , so im hoping to shed a few pounds when im there
    • Moll
    • By Moll 6th Jul 18, 10:48 PM
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    been enjoying everyones posts
    Good News My DD went for the extra baby scan today and they still say all is well thank goodness . They did say it "Could" be a big baby, ( Wonder if that indicates a boy ,i have 3 little grandaughters)
    Been a busy day today , first day of our 3 day Gala ,,,,,,,,, LOTS of work in this heat putting the last of the stalls up , and it kicked off at 5pm , with all the bands playing , tomorrow is the big day , where the we walk with the floats , Ive payed for the marching band that will lead the carnival in memory of my Mum who passed away . she used to love the marching bands, so it will be a bit emotional too, we have about a 2 mile walk around the village so ill definitely get my exersize tomorrow . lord knows i need to shift a few pounds.
    • lessonlearned
    • By lessonlearned 7th Jul 18, 7:31 AM
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    Good morning everyone......

    I am up with the larks this morning. It's nice.

    Thank you all for your birthday wishes. I enjoyed my day even if I wasn't on top form. I rested and actually slept most of the afternoon and then just pottered about. I think more of the same today, just take it easy and of course watch England.....I have been invited to a BBQ this evening. I'll see how I feel later.

    I can celebrate properly next week. I already have some treats planned. Plus of course my "present" will be due any day now, if not during the week then, if DIL is going to be induced on Thursday, then certainly by next weekend. By this time next weekend Alex should be here.....

    One thing I will say, my knees are so much better and I am starting to feel some improvement in my neck and shoulders.

    As well as all the lifting and transfers required caring for my husband I have had two car crashes during the last 5 years (not my fault, honest) and then that fall during the storm at sea earlier this year. I think those injuries have just never healed properly, there is a lot of inflammation and stiffness there so I am really hoping to see some improvements. Then hopefully I can get to grips with some yoga or pilates. And I really want to be able to go dancing.

    I had the survey back for my proposed house purchase. Whilst the report isn't too damming there seems to be rather more remedial works required than I had hoped for. Oh well I will just have to take my time, if I do the work slowly it will help keep costs down rather than going it it bull at a gate. It will be nice to have a project I can sink my teeth into.

    I love the sound of "unseen London" so many great ideas and interesting things to see and do. I think it is great if you can get away from the obvious tourist things and discover the real beating heart of a city. And often it costs far less than sticking to the same old tourist traps, as well as avoiding all the crowds.

    Britain is so lovely and there are quite a few places on my must see and do list. You may remember I have already booked for a holiday in Icleland next year. Well that will be my big one but, if possible, I would like a couple of mini breaks in England. I though I might try a couple of coach trips.

    Anyway time to start the day.

    Hope you all have a lovely weekend .......and fingers crossed for England.
    Last edited by lessonlearned; 07-07-2018 at 7:44 AM.
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    • By moneyistooshorttomention 7th Jul 18, 3:59 PM
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    Not been reading for a few days - so catch-up time.

    LL - had you thought of "Journey's End" as a housename maybe? - or is it not hobbity enough.

    I'm watching your acupuncture journey with interest - have been wondering about acupressure (free - as I could do it myself and no needles) for weight loss. Been scanning YouTube and found videos/made notes. I think the one I "fancy" most might be the most practical - only 2 pressure points to remember (one of them being 45 minutes worth - but it can be done in segments throughout the day on the one hand) v. it wouldnt "take any time" so to say if I do it during watching any tv programme I have in mind anyway iyswim.

    Managed to get myself into a daily routine of that nail massage I mentioned earlier in the thread (for my hair) and have now added in 5 minutes scalp massage and 5 minutes eyebrow massage (with castor oil/coconut oil) and fingers crossed. I don't think anyone else notices my hair isn't as thick as it was (well - they wouldnt would they - as I moved here a few years ago) - as it's thick enough, but I want it "back to normal".

    Will be swopping hairdresser again soon - for the 4th time since moving here and they are so popular that I've not been able to book a first appointment with them until about 3 months after I rang and they're blimmin' expensive compared to what I've been used to paying. But, if they do my hair in a "normal" (as far as I'm concerned) haircut it will be worth it. Just trying not to think about how tatty my hair might go whilst I'm "waiting it out" for my first appointment with them. But I'm very conscious I see a lot of "cookie cutter - hairdresser only seems to know a couple of haircuts" and/or "helmet hair" haircuts here - so it's worth waiting and paying (quite a bit) extra if I can get my haircut back to normal (ie a good haircut - meant for me personally and not 'every other customer' the hairdresser gets in).
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