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Thread: My pins seem to be getting rusty

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    Do you suppose it could be because they spend so much time in my mouth?? lol

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    LOL

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    Just like mine. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I've heard that if you puta piece of chalk in with them, it will prevetn rust from forming! and mine spend lots of time in my mouth, at least when I don't have little people around!

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    Oh my you may need to go buy more pins and while you are out shopping, but some fabric, lol lol

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    Pins are not expensive. I hold mine in my mouth, too.

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    Have fun at the fabric store shopping for your new pins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryb119
    Pins are not expensive. I hold mine in my mouth, too.
    A quick note about pins in the mouth: When I was in high school, if our home economics teacher caught us with a pin in our mouth, it was an automatic F for that class, consequently, I refrain from doing that; she was stressing the danger & trying to eliminate that habit in her classes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.P.
    Quote Originally Posted by maryb119
    Pins are not expensive. I hold mine in my mouth, too.
    A quick note about pins in the mouth: When I was in high school, if our home economics teacher caught us with a pin in our mouth, it was an automatic F for that class, consequently, I refrain from doing that; she was stressing the danger & trying to eliminate that habit in her classes...
    I shouldn't put my pins in my mouth. It is a bad habit.

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    Pins in my mouth keep it from gathering my feet, however. That's not a bad thing!!!!

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