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Posted on:2/1/09 2:29 AM


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Yvonski said... (2/2/09 3:43 PM) Reply
I guess squab must be a Kiwi word! It is a square of foam rubber, about 2" thick and my DD is using it on a kitchen chair so that my DGD can eat at the table with them. The cover is removable for washing.
Irene said... (2/1/09 2:49 PM) Reply
I'm having fun playing "guess what this is," but to no avail! I assume that a sponge rubber squab isn't a rubber pigeon, but what is it, and why do you want to cover it (hehe)?
 
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