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Hello from NYC

Unread post by Westafricanmm » Mon Sep 28, 2015 9:37 am

Hello all.
I hope all is well.

I am preparing to do a hot foot protection on my roommate in my apartment.
My room is on the left and hers is on the right. We were friends in college and decided to get an apartment together, but this started to get VERY bad after the second month.

Now she threatens me, she curses at me, she locks me out.... she's gotta go

We both have our names on the lease, and I put in way too much work to just up and leave. I want her to voluntarily leave in peace.

If i put the hot foot power by there bedroom door, how can i sprinkle it discretely enough to not leave a mess?
Also, what happens when her foot tracks pick up the powder and she walks into the kitchen or bathroom? Will I be affected to?
Most importantly, I have a guest from France staying with me. Will she be affected by the powder when my roommate leaves residue?

Is it true that I have to walk backwards to my room after I sprinkle the powder by her bedroom doorstep?

I'd like to know how to successfully make this happen without causing harm to her, myself , or my house guest.
I don't want to hurt her. I just want her out.

My family in West Africa is very spiritual and they have prepared blessings for my roommate situation... Is it bad to do the hot foot powder while I have elders overseas looking into the situation for me?

Feedback and advice please :)

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Re: Hello from NYC

Unread post by Miss Aida » Tue Sep 29, 2015 8:41 pm

Hello, Westafricanmm ,

I invite you to please look at these pages on hotfoot:



Then, if you have further questions, please ask on the hotfoot page.


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