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@mg92 Thanks dude! 18East makes some great pants (as you well know)

@Coldsnap I haven’t, but you better believe I’m going to start douching now.
 

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@faue have you tried nasal douching? i've struggled with sinistus for like 10 years, got three cases back to back last month traveling and got real aggressive on treating it. i douche 2x a day now and it's been life changing. gotta boil the water and use saline solution to kill germs. you also must refer to it as "nasal douching" to disturb everyone in your life.
Personally, I found the neti pot to be pretty useless. They even tell you in the little booklet that in their opinion, it's not particularly effective, at least compared to their other products. And it didn't take long to go through all the packets it came with. I've been going through the same thing faue has been going through for the past two weeks. I've blown my nose at least 400 times. I thought of getting more packets, but they're like $30. I've also used the squeeze bottle, and found that to be a little more effective, but overall, I'm not sure nasal douching works for me.

Although I am curious about trying this thing.

 

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Personally, I found the neti pot to be pretty useless. They even tell you in the little booklet that in their opinion, it's not particularly effective, at least compared to their other products. And it didn't take long to go through all the packets it came with. I've been going through the same thing faue has been going through for the past two weeks. I've blown my nose at least 400 times. I thought of getting more packets, but they're like $30. I've also used the squeeze bottle, and found that to be a little more effective, but overall, I'm not sure nasal douching works for me.

Although I am curious about trying this thing.

I bought my dad one of those. It seemed to help his allergies. That thing is intense. It feels like you're getting waterboarded. And you have to buy the salt pods. I tried showing my dad how to make the saline solution but he said it didn't feel the same as the pods. It really gets gunk out.
 

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Personally, I found the neti pot to be pretty useless. They even tell you in the little booklet that in their opinion, it's not particularly effective, at least compared to their other products. And it didn't take long to go through all the packets it came with. I've been going through the same thing faue has been going through for the past two weeks. I've blown my nose at least 400 times. I thought of getting more packets, but they're like $30. I've also used the squeeze bottle, and found that to be a little more effective, but overall, I'm not sure nasal douching works for me.

Although I am curious about trying this thing.

What was it? The image is broken. I make my own saline once I ran out of the packets, just 1 tbsp of salt (zero caking anti caking, zero iodine) and 1tbsp baking soda (you can also add sugar to the mixture to make it less harsh). Then after netty potty I follow up with my nasal spray, claratine tablet, and some nasal moisturizer lol. It's involved and a process, but I'm on the other side of the world getting exposed to new allergens I'm not use to. I was getting sick every 4 days and so far I've made it a month without getting sick..
 

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That looks awesome!
 

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I think you should use your sewing skills to start tailoring your clothing. I notice your sleeves often look way too long.
it’s an unstructured shirt jacket so I don’t think it needs it and when I raise my arm, the cuffs stop at the wrist
 

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