Well now, Mr. Twist, I bought something today which may very well interest you. I'm just writing a post about it. Watch this space...!twisterguitar wrote:I can't sleep right now Marko, too warm.
Not that I can tell! I used both old and new socks for a few years with no notable adverse effect on the French polish. The old sock didn't smell as nice, thoughmarkodarko wrote: Anyway, does the cotton cause any adverse effect to the French polish over time?
Ha ha. Well this is an old sock - although washed.JohnNguyen wrote:The old sock didn't smell as nice, though
...too... many... jokes...!robin loops wrote:Women's stockings work really well too and aren't as hot in the summer.
A lot of people use tube socks, as they have no heel.Aurore wrote:I buy knee high so I have plenty to work with and cut above the heel, no weird shaping to it this way
and/or years ago the Apple computers logo was multicolored apple...I remember when ca. 15 years ago Apple changed logo to white apple as it is up to now, there was Macuser's action: "Mr. Jobs, give us back our multicolored apple". And this Macuser's action had, if my memory serves me well, nothing in common with this "certain portion of the populous"JQ. wrote:Those socks remind me of the rainbow flag that's been adopted by a certain portion of the populous.markodarko wrote:I've just ordered myself a nice pair of women's over-the-knee stripy cotton socks to brighten up my practice sessions...
That's because you aren't doing it the right way, tRy this: go jogging and wear it for a week. Don't wash it. Then rub some stilton cheese on it and then wear the sock on your forearm, you'll see your tendons will thank youmarkodarko wrote: So, I tried what many of you have recommended which is to cut the toes off of a sock (not whilst wearing it) and wearing it on my forearm and I must say that it works like a charm! So much easier to move my right arm now (that's the left to you, Mr. Pat).
I did find that it was a little bit on the tight side though - as though my tendons were a little restricted, but maybe that's in my mind.