[2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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[2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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https://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/social-desirability

Pfft, this is nonsense. Obviously squeezing from the bottom makes me more desirable. It shows that I plan for the future and keep things tidy and neat!

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Re: [2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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NeatNit wrote:
Thu Apr 30, 2020 10:43 am
https://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/social-desirability

Pfft, this is nonsense. Obviously squeezing from the bottom makes me more desirable. It shows that I plan for the future and keep things tidy and neat!
yeah, I was gonna say what kind of monster squeezes from the middle? You'll be unable to use half the toothpaste in the long run.

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Re: [2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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I squeeze from the fattest part to dispense and then put the cap back on and flatten the end to squeeze the contents towards the top when done.

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Re: [2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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RecoveringCatholic wrote:
Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:56 pm
I squeeze from the fattest part to dispense and then put the cap back on and flatten the end to squeeze the contents towards the top when done.
That's just squeezing from the bottom with extra steps.

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Re: [2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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More or less, yes, but if you just squeeze from the bottom, you end up with stuff trapped down there.

What I do is squeegee the bottom towad the top, allowing me to get as much product as possible out of the tube.

Yeah, I'm cheap, what can I say. My parents were "Depression Babies" and I picked up a lot of frugality from them.

Not as much as they had wished, but still. . .

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Re: [2020-04-29] Social Desirability

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RecoveringCatholic wrote:
Thu May 14, 2020 3:07 pm
Not as much as they had wished, but still. . .
Enough to have a lot of time consuming habits, but not enough to actually experience any significant benefits? Kindred spirits.
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