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Old 07-27-2016, 01:51 AM   #1
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When my mom and I go shopping we always like to look at the As Seen On TV display shelf and I would like to know if anyone loves the As Seen On TV products. My favorite As Seen On TV product is the IRenew bracelet and I have one and it really works and is really awesome
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The Pasta Boat works really well. It's quicker and there's a lot less cleanup than using a pot and colander.

I'm intrigued by this commercial about the flashlight that still works after they deep fry it. I might need that flashlight.
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I'm intrigued by this commercial about the flashlight that still works after they deep fry it. I might need that flashlight.
Is deep frying your flashlight a problem that comes up often?
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I got a Pasta Boat for Christmas in 2010. I use it to make Macaroni and Cheese.
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Do you remember a As Seen On TV product called the Rainbow Art Digi-Draw? My parents bought one for me because I loved to draw pictures and with the Rainbow Art Digi-Draw you could draw and trace over art from magazines and books and you could even decorate art for your backpacks or purses too
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I'm intrigued by this commercial about the flashlight that still works after they deep fry it. I might need that flashlight.
They now have a lantern! They set off an explosion under it, and it stays lit!
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who here has seen the one for the DIAL-A-VISION EYEGLASSES? That's a good idea!
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I've seen at CVS those special glasses for night driving to prevent glare from headlights, I was wondering if anyone has tried them yet? I don't know to me wearing those would be dangerous at night.
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I've been seeing the adds for Perfect smile on T V. Snap on dentures (one size fits all) for only $14.95! Not sure if I believe this or not!

Do they really expect us to believe you could get your teeth to look as good as this guys after picture for $14.95??

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LOL! I don't think $14.95 will help teeth that look that messed up if that were the case dentists would be out of a job.
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As for the fix up teeth denture, I can't see how one version fits all. Everyone's mouth is different. Maybe the dentures stretch to fit. Then the dial vision glasses. If they work that great every optician would be out of business. It must be like a set of binoculars. One product I do use is Furniture Feet. Bought the first set of 16, I have 4 chairs, a year ago from Harriet Carter and the feet lasted about 9 months. By then the rubber was breaking and with in a few months bought another from Ace Hardware. For $20. 00 a year they are great.
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About the "Dial-A-Vision" Glasses. A person I know bought a pair and he
was saying that they can be adjusted according to your eye prescription
but when bumped or when you take the glasses off and on, they lose their
focus. You have to readjust them. Also the lenses scratch easily.
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I like the Cat Licker that, yes, you attach to your mouth and groom your cat with it.

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The Sock Slider seems so servicable:

https://www.sockslider.com/SOCKSLIDE...023&otsid=4333
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