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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedji View Post
    Confound it, the catalogue number for purple is blurred! I can't put my order through!

    I clean my own bathroom. I couldn't tolerate either bathroom plush or carpet in a kitchen, disgusting.
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  2. #12
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    Apr 6, 2006
    Upstate NY
    You have to look at this way,would rather step onto this getting out of the shower on a really cold winter day or a bare floor?

  3. #13
    Oh I have those rugs they sell at Wal-Mart for my bathroom. I have no carpet in my house (it came that way) so when the temperature drops those floors get cold. I have one in front of my walk-in shower (to keep from slipping) one in front but at a distance of my toilet. There is nothing like getting up in the middle of the night and having walk into a cold floor of my bathroom. For that matter I have a nice fluffy one by my bed where I stand when I get out of bed.

    Then again I am a country boy at heart and walk around barefeet both outside and inside so yeah the floors get cold. My boyfriend runs around with those socks with the texture on the bottom so he doesn't notice the cold as much.
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    Mid Hudson Valley, NY
    my parents had those in the 70s. it was the height of fashion, :LOL

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