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What Were You Doing Five Minutes Ago?

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Fortea Morgana :)
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Try both a warm pad and a cold compress on your cheek to see which works for you.

If you organise a scarf to hold it in place so that your hands are free, remember

* to remove it before answering the door

* to take a picture and post it

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Dinobot

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Opening a parcel I picked up from the Post Office (it contained two Diane Duane books and an Uncle John's Bathroom Reader - Actual Factual is the title of this Bathroom Reader), and reading an email that another book I'd ordered will be delivered at 4 this afternoon!
Signing for and opening the parcel that arrived five minutes ago. The two books inside are The Garbage Pail Kids book and another Uncle John's Bathroom Reader.
 

INT21

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Bad Bungle.

I had all my teeth removed about twenty years ago following a 'mishap' with my motorbike.

I tried dentures for a year or so but was never comfortable with them. They made me feel 'gippy'. So I don't use them at all.

I have no problems eating except I can't bit into apples of raw onions.

One thing you must be careful of..

HOT SOUP.

By the time it is past your plate, if it is too hot it will burn your throat badly.

Funny thing is, very few people I talk to have noticed that the teeth are missing.

INT21.
 

cycleboy2

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Having our car delivered after a respray - I scratched it very badly a week after we bought it (second-hand) negotiating our 1960s underground car park at work. It looks as good as new. I won't use that car park again! One of our local resprayers/repairers makes most of its money from people driving around our local Waitrose's underground car park, so I'm not the only one. Now I'm off to the doc's to get a repeat prescription. The excitement, eh?!
 
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