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Thread: "was ugly, now fantastic" ebay listing

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    Super Member LindaR's Avatar
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    wow a man's/mans machine LOL
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    I think he might have done better if he'd gotten some pieces of actual camoflage and at least matched the colors of the paint to the real camo. Camo is also very irregular - today's camo is digitally pixelated and kind of cool - even the Air Force and Navy are wearing it.

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    Oh my that poor machine.
    When it seems like the world is falling to pieces remember that the pieces are falling into place...the End Times.

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    oh my! Hate to say this but it is still ugly! :-)

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    That's really sad - I feel bad for the machine. I bet she's wishing she could hang her head in shame and cover up that awful paint job. IMO, that's not camo. It looks like worms.

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    Tha is quite the machine, what where they thinking?

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    Oh dear, how dreadful! Poor little machine, she must be terribly embarrassed. Kinda like a pet dressed up for Halloween.
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    I agree--SHOOT IT.. I would strip it and repaint it that pretty 30-ish green...some people shouldnt be let within 50ft of a sewing machine.

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    I've seen better bad bad camo on the redneck hunting trucks driving around town! Poor sad machine.
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    Well, if you are sewing out in the jungle and need camo, where do you get the electricity to run it?
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