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Re: New Beekman 1802 Apricot and Tea Honey Bounty Box

@JeanLouiseFinch I wish I would have caught a couple shows or at least recorded one- I think they are funny and fun to watch. I rarely watch shopping channel shows and normally not for sheer entertainment but they are certainly entertaining! I especially like when they tease each other. 

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Re: New Beekman 1802 Apricot and Tea Honey Bounty Box

Did you happen to see yesterday morning when one of the goats "wet" all over host Erin Newburg's blouse and she had to excuse herself to go and change her clothes, she handled it quite well with grace and dignity.

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@Shelbelle wrote:

Did you happen to see yesterday morning when one of the goats "wet" all over host Erin Newburg's blouse and she had to excuse herself to go and change her clothes, she handled it quite well with grace and dignity.


Oh no!  I missed that one, but did see when they were nipping at Allison Waggoner's and Melissa Miner's legs.  

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Re: New Beekman 1802 Apricot and Tea Honey Bounty Box

My goat-milk goodies are only an hour away so I'm hoping they will be delivered tomorrow but I expect it will be Friday when I get them.

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Do you save and reuse the bounty boxes? If so, how do you use them? 

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@BExplorer wrote:

@willdob3 I hope I am remembering correctly that you are the poster looking for a "wake up" scent.  The Beekman Boys just described the (honeyed?) grapefruit as exactly that. 😊


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Yes, that was me! I actually purchased a honeyed grapefruit bounty box a year or so ago hoping it would be energizing but, while I like the scent, I find it relaxing & much more of a honey scent than grapefruit. 

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@willdob3 wrote:

Do you save and reuse the bounty boxes? If so, how do you use them? 


I've used 2 to keep my gel pens and markers in. (I'm referring to coloring stuff)

 

I've used a few for nail polishes.

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@BExplorer

 

Yes, that was me! I actually purchased a honeyed grapefruit bounty box a year or so ago hoping it would be energizing but, while I like the scent, I find it relaxing & much more of a honey scent than grapefruit. 


I detect very little grapefruit in this scent.

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@lulu2 wrote:

@willdob3 wrote:

Do you save and reuse the bounty boxes? If so, how do you use them? 


I've used 2 to keep my gel pens and markers in. (I'm referring to coloring stuff)

 

I've used a few for nail polishes.


@lulu2

 

Thanks - those are both ways I could use the boxes. I've got quite a collection of colored pencils, markers, etc. and books to color, too. And my nail polishes are currently in a shoe box. 

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Re: New Beekman 1802 Apricot and Tea Honey Bounty Box

I am hoping that the White Water scent is more invigorating. I'll find out in a couple days.