Once you've successfully dried them (especially if they are Asics) don't waste your time looking around for a puddle of cat pee... it's your shoes and they'll probably smell bad forever more.
If Rob's link doesn't prove useful - I can assure you that, done carefully, transfer paper works very well on wicking shirts. I 'made' my FLM 2009 shirt and am still using it!
Buy the shirt of your choice.Buy some transfer paper. Iron on your photos / logos etc.Job done
Or ask a local printing company.
The water in my kettle tastes stale. It's such a drag having to turn the tap on to get fresh water.
What the heck did you soak your feet in?!+1 to what Tircialitt said... get those feets looked at asap. By someone wearing rubber gloves.
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