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Old 04-27-2004, 02:10 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Ladies would you tell me what "Tagged" is?
"tagged"... It's when you give someone a DDDDC. If you look to the left, under the user name and see the bold typed words... That means someone donated $2.50 to mothering.com and gets to "tag" that person. usually last about a week or so. Hope that was clear. I've got a million things on my mind right now.
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"tagged"... It's when you give someone a DDDDC. If you look to the left, under the user name and see the bold typed words... That means someone donated $2.50 to mothering.com and gets to "tag" that person. usually last about a week or so. Hope that was clear. I've got a million things on my mind right now.
Thanks! I see Who put the Pam....
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More people in this forum are spelling dyeing wrong. I just can't stay on top of it all!!!
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Do any of you lovely ladies know if one can dye pro-wraps? Seems like they would be water resistant.
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More people in this forum are spelling dyeing wrong. I just can't stay on top of it all!!!
LOL It's a busy job being spell checker on MDC. But somebody's gotta do it.

And Amina Momma... I don't know that you can dye a prorap. I have heard of people painting them though and maybe stamping, but I can't be sure since I've never tried it.
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Funny post.

Thanks for posting this though, that is a question I wondered about since I am considering dyeing some things!
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A friend of mine used just plain old RIT to dye her proraps, and they turned out really nice. Not sure how long-lasting that would be, as she just did it recently. I need to ask her how they look now, if the colors are staying vibrant. I'll let you know! Hope that helps!

(Hey Pamelamama, I think this whole "dyeing vs. dying" thing needs a sticky, don't you? C'mon, you're a Mod! Use (abuse?) your powers for Good! The end justifies the means and all that.... :LOL I've even got a title all worked out if you're interested.... Bwahahahahahaaaa! )

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[QUOTE=SheBear]A friend of mine used just plain old RIT to dye her proraps, and they turned out really nice. Not sure how long-lasting that would be, as she just did it recently. I need to ask her how they look now, if the colors are staying vibrant. I'll let you know! Hope that helps! [QUOTE]


Thanks for that. It is worth a try then. I would love to hear how the color holds up if you find out.

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