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Thread: OMG - Need a laugh this morning?

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    Waiting patiently on a YouTube video to see it in action!!!! LOL

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    Haha, that is hilarious!

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    I had a good laugh over that one. Rare indeed. I wonder if he even knows what a sewing machine looks like? HAHAHA

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    That was good for a good laugh!

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    Rare hand held hmmm. I too would like to see it demonstrated. No cord.. no batteries.. no treadle...hmmm.. I remember when my Mom got her first sewing machine that had a button-hole attachment. She thought it was great and made me so many dresses just to use it

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    I agree that the seller probably is 1) really ignorant or 2) hopes buyers are,

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    I have one and I still use it for when I do button holes. I will never give it up

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    Be sure to check out this antique sewing "machine" that will go for much more at auction! I am still giggling!

    http://providence.craigslist.org/atq/3233291944.html
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    After re-reading the post I had to LMAO on that one. But it still a good "machine"

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelco View Post
    I have one and I still use it for when I do button holes. I will never give it up
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    How funny. I wonder where he got it and how he determined it was an antique sewing machine.
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    I sent him a e-mail saying..Here in Oklahoma, we call them a buttonhole maker and they are not that rare! Haven't heard back from him. LOL
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