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Thursday, 3 December 2015

Pink eraser


Husband bought me this unusual eraser -  it's PINK - it's HEART SHAPED - it's like a BARLEY TWIST - it's great!







and it works 




(William was impressed too)

20 comments:

  1. How cute is that, and how thoughtful too! I hope William doesn't think it's a treat! :-)

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    1. I'm keeping it out of William's way!!!! lol

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  2. Keep the eraser out of the reach of small children. They may try to eat it.

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    1. Yes, it would definitely be something small children would want to get hold of.

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  3. Aha, Williams lovely Mum...see I haf used my sniffing skills and tracked you down, aren't I a clever pup?
    Oh that eraser looks very interesting, just pawfect for stealing and a good chase around for retrieval, or as I like to call it, great way to exercise the peeps!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Oh you are one clever pup Princess Leah, it's good to see you here.

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  4. It's so cute, better still that it works!

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    1. Absolutely, I didn't think it would work very well, but it does YAY :-)

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  5. How unusual, it's lovely. What a thoughtful husband you have ♥

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    1. He never ceases to amaze me Eileen!! ;)

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  6. Fun, and can get into tight, little places.

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  7. Looks good enough to eat! lol ;)

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    1. Yes, Warning: Keeping away from Children and Robin! lol ;)

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  8. It really looks like candy. :) What a thoughtful and useful gift!

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    1. Art related gifts always win in my book, lol :-)

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  9. I want one too! It's employing the same principles as used when making a stick of rock.

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    1. It's the strangest, funniest eraser I've ever had! lol

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  10. I love it! and my inner child squealed with delight - I used to collect novelty erasers when I was about 11 (although I told my Canadian pen pal I collected rubbers and she told that was a whole different thing over there! ah the innocence of youth!)

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    1. LOL...yes, that's why I'm careful to call them Erasers and not the 'r' word! I used to collect 'erasers' when I was a kid too, come to think of it I still do!!! ;)

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