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Thread: How cute do my two “girls” look together!

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    IMNASHO, you need to name them Ebony and Ivory----------------------then you can't get rid of either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewplease View Post
    I'm hearing Paul McCartney singing Ebony and Ivory...together in perfect harmony. :-)

    Gotta keep both!!
    GMTA! I suggested Ebony and Ivory for names--------before I read this. tee hee.
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    Well, I can think of two reasons to keep them both. Firstly, it's good feng shui to have a pair, rather than a single item. Secondly, one might fret if you get rid of the other....... You did ask for enablers

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    I guess it could be like shoes one in every color.....or Summer and Winter machine
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    And when the next one comes with a thread cutter and is red, you can have triplets.
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    I think they are adorable together and it would be criminal to separate them.

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    I think it's important to keep a "spare" machine. You never know when you might need an extra. We live 50 miles from one repairman and 100 miles from the other so if one needs service I still have (several) extras I can use until I get the serviced one back. It's saved my hide more than once!

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    I agree about the 160 and being so darned cute. I bought one during Sandy (the storm) while at my son's home who had power....ordered from Amazon and thought it was a great price.....it arrived through the storm in just two days.
    Haven't used it as yet, just sit and look at it.......I am a snow bird and was thinking of leaving it in Florida so I won't have to cart my biggie along with me each year.
    I can't believe this.....it is selling on Amazon now for $400. more than what I paid for it.......she's a beauty......one of these days I will get around to making her hummmmmmm

    Tell me, owners of the 160.....is she really as great as she is pretty???????
    Last edited by mjsylvstr; 02-04-2013 at 04:30 AM.

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    I have 3 machines, so I think it's a no-brainer for you to keep both!
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    Definitely you need the sisters together.
    Carol

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