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View Poll Results: Which type of padding would you rather sit on?
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Believe it or guys I am going to be serious on this one. The wife and I have been collecting antique furniture, many of our pieces are stuffed with horse hair, I think its better and it keeps its shape. Our couch upstairs is about 150 years old and we have had it for almost 20 years and its still very comfortable.
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Well you surely let loose some wind don't you? The breathing and odor retaining properties of each material must be taken into consideration you know.
Oh, where do you store the booger balls that you dig out while driving?
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Horsehair is very difficult to keep lit . . .

(or, is this not the smoking poll?)

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Horsehair is very difficult to keep lit . . .

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