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May 20, 2011

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mummy@bodfortea

Wow! That is SOME ironing board. Like you I'm not one for 'de-creasing', I prefer to buy things that are either supposed to look crumpled or dry within minimum creas-age lol. (Lazy? Moi?) But if it was easier as you say... might be tempted. Thanks for the review :D

Susanna

LOl I don't even think my husband know what an ironing board looks like.

Jo

My ex-husband knew how to iron, but sadly his dirty socks and boxer shorts were never able to make it into the laundry basket as they couldn't get beyond the end of the bed. So, like you, I have a future husband wishful thinking list.
Let me know when you find your future H and see if he has a brother. x

Rosie Scribble

I'm not a fan of ironing either and try to avoid it as much as possible. But anything that gets it done in half the time makes me slightly tempted to dip into my ironing pile!

Rosie Scribble

Shocking Susanna. Show him this post!

Rosie Scribble

Oh we'll have to compare future husband wishful thinking lists! I'm getting less fussy as the years go on. I'd draw the line at dirty socks on the floor though! Let me know if you meet any nice brothers too. x

Susanna

He does know where the rubbish bins are, so I give him a bit of slack!

Graham Cox @ Wellies And Worms

As irons go, that's an impressive one. Now if only I can persuade the missus to pull the little bar when she's putting up/taking down the ironing board...makes an awful screeching sound otherwise.

Graham

Rosie Scribble

Thanks Graham, You could always buy her a new one.

Tom Craik (Morphy Richards)

Hi Rosie,

Just wanted to say thanks for the review. Glad you got on well. We'll make a pro ironer out of you yet! By the way, what was your old iron? Perhaps you should keep it stored away for pure retro value.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks for sending us the products Tom. Our old iron was Morphy Richards too, I think from the days when irons were first invented judging by the look of it. Probably worth a small fortune. Off to check!

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