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That is good news.  It is so nice to have pretty nails.

Chrissy

Thanks, Chrissy. :)

I used to compulsively clip them (to the point they bled), but after my outing, I told myself to just let them go, and I've warmed up to having them now.

Granted, it's made typing a bit clumsier, and I previously never fretted if one broke, as I never had any, so now I find myself grumbling under my breath if one does. :)
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Thanks, Chrissy. :)

I used to compulsively clip them (to the point they bled), but after my outing, I told myself to just let them go, and I've warmed up to having them now.

Granted, it's made typing a bit clumsier, and I previously never fretted if one broke, as I never had any, so now I find myself grumbling under my breath if one does. :)
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Occasionally I will still bite them!  Less often now though. :)

Chrissy
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