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Tuesday, 27 March 2012

ABC Wednesday: K is for kinks

It would be a kindness if someone would pass on the necessary knowledge for me to get kinks out of my extension cords.
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I would also like to be able to get kinks out of my garden hoses and neck.





30 comments:

  1. Kinks and knots are real pain in the a**. Happy welcome to another fun filled Wednesday with no kinks and knots.
    :-)

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  2. How fancy! The cable co ordinates with the rug!
    Jane x

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  3. Kindness - what a great "K" word, one too often ignored. I love this ABCWednesday group because there seems to be so much kindness and support going around each week in your comments and posts. Thank you all!!

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  4. I'm heading out today to get the knots and kinks out of my back and neck! Ah, the sweet pain of massage therapy!

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  5. Sounds kinky hehehe. I love the kindness and humor to this post, great job Carver.

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  6. Now I am very Keen on any advice that comes to remove these Kinks too...

    PhenoMenon

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  7. I can relate to Leslie some mornings with the kinks in the neck. Also, your extension cord is exactly like my extension cord ... except I think mine is probably more twisted and even kinkier!! :))

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  8. Hello.
    Kinks...don't you just hate them! Reminds me of the corded phones that always got kinks in them. Good luck un-kinking the hose. I'll just stick to Kisses From A Rose.
    Have another great week everyone!

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  9. I always get kinks in my iron cord - I just let it swing round to dekink it - I have missed ABC for a couple of weeks - and unfortunately thought it was J this week - anyway I have posted it late!!

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  10. Many thanks for hosting this open link. It is my first visit to your blog, as I am new to photo blogging. I hope to be inspired by the wonderful work presented here.

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    1. Good to have you aboard Jaime. I'm a relatively new member of the ABC Wednesday team. Denise Nesbitt started and continues to run ABC Wednesday which I appreciate. Carver

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  11. It looks like your kinks (the one from the electric cord) is on a kilim rug.

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    1. Paula that's correct it is a killim rug. One of my sisters had a store in Nantucket (until she retired) and she sold those rugs. I have quite a few of them.

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  12. Love the killim rug (and the fact that it starts with k!) Can't help with the kinks, but if you get some good tips, pass 'em along because I've got a cord that looks just like yours! :)

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  13. I live with kinks in my neck and back permanently!

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  14. I think it's time to kiss all those kinks better!

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  15. Yes, that's a King sized problem that Kinspeople share all over the western world!

    Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

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  16. Is there and easy way to see old posts? I'm looking for ideas for "L".

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    1. GDP- I went to the bottom of this page for the posts in late September, 6 months ago. Turns out the last L was early October. The one before that was in early APRIL. Unfortunately, the ones before those were on the former blog.

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  17. Carver, this is funny! I wish someone would fix all my kinks too.

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  18. Those cord kinks are the worse! I think it's easier to get a kink out of your neck or back!

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  19. Haha - those kinks look like the back of my computer - only there are many different colors of kinks back there with all the different plugs!

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  20. I hate it when that happens. The WORST is Christmas lights!!
    Ann

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  21. I have similar kinks on my electronics cords. :) I love your K word...and that is a great photo.

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  22. Great K's! I need the kinks out of my neck too! Blessings, Debbie

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  23. Always look forward to this! Thank you!

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