If you had read my article How to a annoy a nail technician, its really my creative/joke of a way to deal with problems at work. I've been getting quite a few nasty comments and hate mails. So I hate to do this, but I'll probably have to delete one of my top 3 hub.
I wouldn't delete it...looks like you put a lot of work into it and it was funny....and entertaining. I vote...keep it!
Thanks Tom, a lot of people find this hub helpful, but not the nail technicians. Strange, huh?
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Didn't you read this at your left when posting ??? It looks as if you need some traffic for this hub, ha ?
May I just read it and I loved it! Don't delete it. it's a great hub!
She'snot going to deleteit . she's just looking fortraffic, but will be reported if she doesn't delete this post
No Tantrum she is asking for help. I did the same thing asking for help on a hub and ppl actually HELPED me...she just wants help
Huh? I'm trying to get rid of traffic for this hub! What the heck?!
I liked it, I dont believe that your actually thinking about deleting it anyway. but dont.
I love the comments from the nail techs..you handle them well
....uh-oh , looks like the hub police are after you..run, or tell them to go write a hub or something productive
Ah that was a tiny mistake...I'm sure Maddie will help out and move it to the Hubers Makeover section for May.
I want help too, somebody else write em and send me the cash
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