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But his fanciability ought not to detract from his message. It would, of course be sexist and demeaning to lose sight of his professional authority in the light of his ripped core coalition.
Aren’t women always complaining about men who do that? Well, yes we are, but there’s a big difference; we can admire his style and his substance simultaneously; it’s called multi-tasking.
Strip-search terror as we head home from darkest Peru
"Mummy, have you ever been strip-searched before?”
An unnerving question but, under the circumstances, an entirely reasonable one, given we were caught up in a South American drugs bust.
First, a little background: my 12-year-old and I returned this week from an extraordinary life-changing trip to Peru, (about which I shall write, orchidaceously, on these pages once my blood pressure lowers).
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A few weeks ago I posted about bringing tissues and sanitizing wipes on every trip moving forward. One of the comments was a question, asking if TSA allowed wipes through. The reader thought since they are technically wet, they may not be allowed.
I have flown with face wipes many times, never taken them out of my suitcase at airport security, and never had a problem, so I assumed they were allowed. But of course, I also never take out my liquids bag, and I know I’m supposed to do that! So I went to the TSA site to see what I could find. I ended up using the “When I fly, can I bring my….?” tool. I wasn’t expecting much, because the last time I used the tool it was terrible. However, this time when I typed in “wipes” it asked me to choose which kind (baby, antibacterial, etc) and said they were allowed in both checked and carryon luggage.
So that’s good news! In fact it’s two pieces of good news. Yes, wipes are allowed, and the TSA “Can I bring my….?” tool works at least some of the time. Hooray!