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don't blame me, sister: i told you not to use it in the bathtub

by Ltd. MikWright

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0740768786, Hardcover)

"the results of your color analysis are in. you look good in nothing." --don't blame me, sister: i told you not to use it in the bathtub

* Celebrate sisterhood the MikWright way with this ode to bad-hair days, catty communications, dating commiserations, and more. 

Tim Mikkelsen and Phyllis Wright-Herman, the creative duo behind MikWright, combine '60s-era photographs with bitingly witty comments to offer candid insights on sisterhood.

don't blame me, sister: i told you not to use it in the bathtub is the perfect present for birthdays, bachelorette parties, or just those times when you want to conjure up some girl power. Thoughts include:

* "if you can't say something nice about someone, I want to hear it."

* "are you out of your mind sleeping with someone you don't know? save that for when you're married."

* "i'm not here to make things better, only to observe and pass judgment."

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:12:32 -0400)

Tim Mikkelsen and Phyllis Wright-Herman, the creative duo behind MikWright, combine '60s-era photographs with bitingly witty comments to offer candid insights on sisterhood.

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