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curious--New England roots, Bob? I grew up with "facecloths," but everyone else here in CA says "washcloth." ;)
(and I don't think they'd unravel, as long as you only cut the tag) ;)
We New Englanders do have our own terms. To me, a washcloth is something you'd use to clean appliances and cars, etc. In the area of MA I grew up in, soda was called tonic. You guys probably call it pop.
Ah--yes! (Mom's family from New Bedford area). But no, we call it "soda," though when I visited Canada, and asked for a soda, they asked if I had an upset stomach, and wanted a seltzer tablet. They call it "pop." LOL
LOL--I'm a Californian with New England ancestry--both parents were from N.E. Mom from New Bedford; Dad from New Hampshire. ;)
lol too funny! And the draperies, also! hee hee
HA!!! We have some mischievous kitties, but that's a new one! None of ours have ever gone after the towel tags! I leave the tags on, so I can tell 'up' from 'down,' and don't use the 'feet' end the next time on my hair. lol (we need 2 uses per!)