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beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
i do the baking soda thing or scented talc but i dont find that that works so well in the summer when my feet are a lot warmer.
shafiii shafiii 9 years
hahaha this is hillaious! i cant believe someone would actually buy it.
vina vina 9 years
It looks like such an impulse buy. I'd probably get mad at myself eventually for buying it.
vienvien vienvien 9 years
Good thing, we won't ever need this device. Not anyone of us have smelly feet. Thank heavens
Chica8a Chica8a 9 years
That device looks weird ! LOL
millarci millarci 9 years
I think I'll take Performita's advice and use baking soda. That device looks expensive.
jhuck jhuck 9 years
Didn't dear have a bunch of suggestions last week that would cost way less than a giant glowing egg?
Performita Performita 9 years
sprinkle baking soda inside your shoes and it will have no smell at all. Leave this lamp :)
warau warau 9 years
日本が大好きですよ!
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