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I just had a Joni kettle full of fondant tipped all over me, i do not know how the heck i am going to drive home, must keep moving.
Yes the American and British words are the same, the mix was hot but not enough to scold, but liquid enough to soak through to my skin, i think i have lost about a billion hairs and feel itchy.You're not burned, are you? I hope it was at least cool enough you're just sticky and starting to set up and not that you're burnt to a crisp.
Fondant is a type of frosting, sets up really firm (assuming the British word means the same as the American word)...when you see a gorgeous cake with perfectly smooth frosting, or shapes cut out on it, that's likely fondant.
Just thank your lucky star that it was fondant and not melted dark chocolate. You'd have a bunch of the Sisters pounding down your door.Yes the American and British words are the same, the mix was hot but not enough to scold, but liquid enough to soak through to my skin, i think i have lost about a billion hairs and feel itchy.
It was painfully, like some medieval torture, it took over an hour to get cleaned up.Sounds a bit like when you pour candle wax on your arm, it hurts like buggery for a while, but it cools fairly rapidly. Still it's summer soon you probably needed a shearing. Tough luck mate, doesn't sound like it was too painful thankfully, might of been a little embarrassing though.
Hey stranger.You know, some people do use "sugaring" for hair removal.
You is just so naughty, but it makes me think i could make big bucks from a painful and cheap ,sugaring.You could open "Wolly's Spa".
That reminds me, my friend and I once had an idea for a day spa. She was Syrian, so we cooked up this idea for an exotic "Syrian beauty treatment" that we figured rich Beverly Hills women would pay big $$$ for. Basically, we would just slap them. :rofl: Hey, it would give the skin a nice glow.