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    OK,I will not disclose the last 2 items this time.Make a guess!

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    I guess was a brush! Am I right? hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    I guess was a brush! Am I right? hee..
    Which one are you referring to as brush? Be more specific on what kind of brush.

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    the last picture is the scrubbing sinks and stuff that scrubbing brush..
    a stick then got the scrub one, is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by graphicz View Post
    the last picture is the scrubbing sinks and stuff that scrubbing brush..
    a stick then got the scrub one, is it?
    Ding Ding!! We got a winner!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joywalker View Post
    Ding Ding!! We got a winner!!
    It looks like a coral.

    I'm still trying to figure out what's #3...

    Looks like a hair brush...

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    Like #2.
    Capture something different

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlook View Post
    Like #2.
    Thank you!
    That's my favorite too!

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    brush is nice cos of the light - give form and depth and excitement to a mundane item

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    3rd one is comb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cullenjeremy View Post
    3rd one is comb.
    Nope! hmm...guess you guys need a hint.
    It works like a scarecrow!

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    No more guesses?

    Ok,I'll reveal the answer.Bought that thingy from Daiso $2 store.
    I tied them on the top of the gate, so the birds can't stand on them due to the spikes.
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