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Old_Zircon - 2015-02-23

Is she his wife? Is she his social worker? Was this made to entertain his kids? Is it a fetish?

infinite zest - 2015-02-24

It's very strange. I was hoping to find out of that "Kids" album was still at CD Baby and if I could borrow it and burn it to youtube, but alas, the office actually moved since I left and my two facebook friends are either in Maine or in jail (long story). But the joke was that it wasn't at all something you'd associate as "Kids" music like Raffi. Instead, it was kind of.. well.. it's impossible to explain but it was atonal and just really really weird.

Boomer The Dog - 2015-02-24

Reminds me of old Nickelodeon TV shows and sloppy cooking.

I'd never put food on one of my Dog toys, even to make a funny video, but I guess they could put Roo in the washer, like I do with Squeaky sometimes.


EvilHomer - 2015-02-24

Is Squeaky a plush dog toy, or a rubber one? I ask because I need some tips on cleaning plush toys, and I am hesitant to check the internet because, you know. Cleaning plush toys.

Do you just throw them in the wash, same as a pile of clothes?

Boomer The Dog - 2015-02-24

Squeaky is a plush, white curly furred body with little floppy ears and a big brown furred tail. He's made with all washable materials, so I just put him in the washer with a load of clothes, not the dryer though, the heat can melt the squeakers inside. A washer spin cycle is enough, and Squeaky is dry enough after that.

I know what you mean, there could be a blue light special on some toys as to why they'd need cleaning tutorials.

I display mine and they do get dusty though, or maybe your Dogs grab them at your place. It all depends on the material, and what's inside, like either fiber fill or sawdust, or beans-pellets.

Try just water, or Woolite might be good on some. If it's just dust, you could try to vacuum them with a brush too, 'pet' them with it. The best thing is to only do what you need to clean something and don't get to radical.

That's what I'd do with Roo here, use a brush, since it seemed like it was flour and other dry ingredients. I was kind of surprised that Kanga would allow that.


EvilHomer - 2015-02-25

Thanks, Boomer! I've only got two plush toys, and neither of them are particularly dirty... mostly because I'm so paranoid about ruining them that I rarely move them from their perch on top of my piano.

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