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  • Todd-sun
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    Originally posted by Phalange View Post

    I just got back from backpacking through Lombok and everyone in the office are commenting on how dark I become. Keep telling them that I actually sunbathed there, and they keep commenting about how i should be on shades and wear layers to cover the skin from the sun. I feel sexy with my newly tanned skin but people keep mocking my tanned skin. So I told them "If you're not comfortable with your own skin, don't make others feel the same. Unlike you, I feel super sexy in anyway. It's never about how I look, it's about how I feel about it."
    And that's how I'm likely to have lunch alone today.

    This just in - tan is sexy! Tell your coworkers white people spend millions of dollars a year on suntan lotion and sunblock to get tan, tell them to get over it

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  • Todd-sun
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    Originally posted by Phalange View Post
    Oh Also, i feel like there's still sand in my both ears. any advice of how to get rid of it?

    I use either hydrogen peroxide(mix with a little warm water) or a mix of half white vinegar and half rubbing alcohol. I only use Q-tips for cleaning the outside of the ears, never stick it in your ear canal you can make it worse, and it's hard to get the cotton out of your ears.
    Last edited by Todd-sun; 04-09-15, 19:21.

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  • Phalange
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    Originally posted by SMALLWORLD View Post
    Although it may work for water I am not sure it if it will work for sand. Also any laryngologist will say it is dangerous to do it the way you have described. The best is to yawn or chew some gum/food.

    Sand has to be washed in warm water but you have to be careful not to push it deep inside your ear.
    I used cotton buds and it pushed the sands even deeper. gonna see the doctor today

    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post

    Put your head on the side and spray water inside it (to the hear facing down!).

    And... How the hell do you got Sand in your hear???
    I swam in the ocean. Long story short, there was big wave and the sand got into my ear and everywhere

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  • PhilippeD
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    Still more funny to imagine the head blowing up!

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  • SmallWorld
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    In my imagination the "pop" was your head blowing up! :P

    Maybe not the best way...


    Put your head on the side and spray water inside it (to the hear facing down!).

    And... How the hell do you got Sand in your hear???
    Hehee the head will not blow up but the inside of the ear - eardrum you can damage it or in more optimistic scenario get it inflammated together with Eustachian tube.

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by SMALLWORLD View Post
    Although it may work for water I am not sure it if it will work for sand. Also any laryngologist will say it is dangerous to do it the way you have described. The best is to yawn or chew some gum/food.

    Sand has to be washed in warm water but you have to be careful not to push it deep inside your ear.
    In my imagination the "pop" was your head blowing up! :P

    Maybe not the best way...


    Put your head on the side and spray water inside it (to the hear facing down!).

    And... How the hell do you got Sand in your hear???

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  • SmallWorld
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    Close your mouth, pinch your nose and blow hard until it make "pop" in your hear.
    And everything will be fine!
    Although it may work for water I am not sure it if it will work for sand. Also any laryngologist will say it is dangerous to do it the way you have described. The best is to yawn or chew some gum/food.

    Sand has to be washed in warm water but you have to be careful not to push it deep inside your ear.

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  • waarmstrong
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    After 6 weeks in Jakarta, my wife returned to Iowa, arriving after a long and tiring, but uneventful, JAL itinerary. Great to have her back.

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  • mylene888
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    I am fine. Not so good, neither at my worst.

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  • PhilippeD
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    Two year ago I bought a small scooter for the older one. The younger was too much young for that.

    4 day ago the younger decide to try it. She will 4 soon and her ability development on the scooter goes like this:
    First day: trouble to stand on and push it in same time
    Second day: can stand and push but on in strait line.
    Third day: can turn easily
    Fourt day: can do strait line without holding with the hand!

    Now she use it EVERYDAY and she park it in front of her bedroom door like someone would park his car in front of his house.
    She also play that she "visit us". She come in the room told us "bye bye" goes on her scooter and make a turn around the table, come back to our door, park the scooter and knock and wait we answer. She get in wait 3 second and repeat ...

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  • PhilippeD
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    My leg goes well, all scratch have disapear and the hole is slowly closing. No sign of infection.
    The hole is not still all dry, there is still a small spot who is watering (clear liquid) but almost nothing. By next week everything will have disapear.

    Overall it's going very well.

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by Phalange View Post
    Oh Also, i feel like there's still sand in my both ears. any advice of how to get rid of it?
    Close your mouth, pinch your nose and blow hard until it make "pop" in your hear.
    And everything will be fine!

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  • Phalange
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    Oh Also, i feel like there's still sand in my both ears. any advice of how to get rid of it?

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  • Phalange
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    Phil, how's the leg? I hope it heals very soon.

    I just got back from backpacking through Lombok and everyone in the office are commenting on how dark I become. Keep telling them that I actually sunbathed there, and they keep commenting about how i should be on shades and wear layers to cover the skin from the sun. I feel sexy with my newly tanned skin but people keep mocking my tanned skin. So I told them "If you're not comfortable with your own skin, don't make others feel the same. Unlike you, I feel super sexy in anyway. It's never about how I look, it's about how I feel about it."
    And that's how I'm likely to have lunch alone today.

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  • natasa2012
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    In age of 28 I become a model.... with master degree
    Welcome to Indonesia

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