Want some soap?

Want some soap?

April 1, 2009

Eco-Freaky, Lauren

The people at Laundry Tree gave me a $2.00 off coupon with my soap nut prize, and since they have really nice packaging (for which I am a sucker), I purchased some more soap nuts. I bought a medium sized bag and a little sample bag. Since I’d like to share the bubbly joy, I’ll send the sample to you. Maybe. The baggie has about 8 inside. No, wait. Exactly 8, if my tired eyes don’t deceive me. Math is hard. Here’s the deal:  Tell me the vastness of your need to try out these sud-nuggets, and the third-best answer wins. If you don’t want them, tell me who I should send them to, and why. (Gee, you must really hate that person, huh?) nuts

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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16 Responses to “Want some soap?”

  1. Brad Said on:

    You should not send them to me. They look dead. Send me only living seeds.

    Though they would be fun to put into a can of mixed nuts…

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  2. Lloyd Said on:

    You should send them to my little brother Aaron. I believe he will eat them, and it will be funny to watch. If they are poisonous, you should also send the antidote and a little note that says to eat the nuts first.

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  3. Beth Said on:

    You should send them to me. Because I will NOT require any packaging or a trip to the post office.
    (Which, unfortunately will mean I am the BEST reason…and since you’re selecting the third best, I’m hosed.)

    (Or you could just give me one to try. Or however many I would need for a load of laundry.)

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  4. Deanne Said on:

    You should not send them to me. I have too much stuff in my house already, and I would either use them too quickly and not focus properly on their wonderfulness, throw them away because I couldn’t find a place for them, or put them on a garage sale. You should give them to Beth.

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  5. Karla Said on:

    I agree -- give them to Beth. Don’t send them to me, because they require some work, and I have enough to do around here… Seriously, I don’t want them.

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  6. Peggy Said on:

    I vote for Beth too…she will take her experiment with these nuts seriously, what with being a science teacher and all.

    (but you can send them to me if you plan to dip them in chocolate 1st)

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  7. Brady G. Said on:

    Look, I have a wife who doesn’t get out of the house much, two kids (age 4 and 2 months). How cool would it be “I” brought home a present for her and planned to watch the kids (read watch TV with them) while she boiled soap nuts. Seriously this is the third best answer. Did I mention my wife doesn’t get out much?

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    • Deanne Said on:

      Either that, or it would be like when you bring home your wife a mixer. Or a toaster oven. Or a spatula. I, for one, would love a new, even larger kitchen aid mixer, but some women would see that as a demand that they go to the kitchen. And Lauren would love a new spatula -- especially an eco-friendly one that fits perfectly in her super-brownie-pan. This is your opportunity to think it over one more time to be sure that bringing her soap means bringing her a break.

      And if it does, I’m sorry Beth, but I might have to change my answer to give it to Brady (‘s wife).

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  8. Lauren Said on:

    Hmmm, maybe I should send them to the person who most vehemently protests. I’m looking at you, Karla.

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