In a bid to squeeze a little more life out of my Mk I CNC machine I have embarked on a number of improvements. After being both inspired and frustrated with a home made Renishaw type touch probe I came up with a simpler alternative.
One that could be made with minimal tools, be more reliable, adjustable and above all, (eventually) look sweet!.
Money is a little tight this year, but I still wanted to exchange gifts, so I came up with this idea for homemade Christmas slippersThey are:* Soft and Hygienic* Non-slip grip strips on the soles* Built in deodorant feature keeps feet smelling fresh* No more bending over to mop up spills* Disposable and biodegradable* Environmentally safeNote from editor: LOVE these stylish slippers lol! The other day my dog had had a little accident in the kitchen, if only my loved ones had given me such a thoughtful gift, not only would it have saved my socks getting wet through but I could have cleaned the whole lot up with these bad boys!
This is so cool,the Scrooges I work with do not want to exchange gifts this year,the joke will be on them cause they are each getting a pair,LOL!!
To all those of you who said 'yuck' or 'gross' - get a life and get a sense of humour (or humor if you're in the US).
This is actually would be a good idea if you put cloth and fabric around them, no one would know that they are pads.


I don't think it's a bad idea but I think the pads could be covered some how; with material or croche around them some way so people don't know that they are pads. Turn onto floured surface and knead for about 5 minutes, until dough forms a smooth, elastic ball. Place into greased bowl, cover with a clean towel and let rise until doubled, approximately 1 hour. Punch down and separate into 2 loaves.  Put those loaves into your pans, cover, and let rise for an additional 30-40 minutes.
Bake at 350 degrees for 35-45 minutes, or until golden brown.  The loaves should sound hollow if you tap on it with your knuckle. Of course I will make her something else much nicer, but she will get a good laugh out of this. I honestly don't think someone wants to open their Christmas gift and find slippers made of PADS. But seriously with the economy the way it is I thought you were serious at first and then realized it was meant to be a joke and was thinking ok I'm not the only one that thinks this is kinda weird but funny,lol.


I thought that maybe you could consider adding that for the elderly or those unsteady on their feet, you could use the ones with wings, that way the wings could be stuck on the ankles and hey presto! I'm crocheting my mom a scarf though, it's simple, cheap and more meaning full then any other product that costs tons of money and she will have no use for. The first picture of the little mower with the bucket sure must have been interesting to use !!! Thanks for sharing this and just ignore the posts from people who have the sense of humor of a cinderblock.



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