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  • #4099
    lollys mates girl
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    Here is a little kick up the bum for my dad

    As you must all know all LM ever talks about is London, he just moans and moans about it for ages!

    well….

    Tommorow it is my mothers birthday and as a birthday present my dad has decided to take her out for a day in London!<br>You should have heard him! "yeah! we’ll go London! it will be great! the capital! I mean everyone loves london!"

    I just felt like stirring things up!<br>I feel better now!:biggrin:

    #95730
    cormack15
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    Great gossip LMG. Let’s have some more of it!!!

    #95731
    graysonscolumn
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    Does he throw a tantrum if his dinner isn’t cut into shapes?

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #95734
    lollys mates girl
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    Here is a update to my last report.

    The day went well and my mother seemed to enjoy it!<br>My Father (LM) seemed to enjoy it a little bit more though!<br>For example…<br>We were walking around Harrods and all he was saying was "this is briliant! I do love it here!" etc.<br>Then we moved on to the all famous "Sports Cafe" where we were able to sit at a booth with our own personal television. My dad rambled on more "This place is brilliant! I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t like our Capital London! i mean what’s to hate really??" But my father isn’t as manly as you all might think he didn’t really get into the spirit of watching the american football etc. but was more particial to go for the acrobatic ice skating!

    Graysonscolumn,<br>My father didn’t throw a tantrum as you said. But I feel from your post that you have first hand experience at this tantrum throwing

    Something to think about!:biggrin:

    #95737
    graysonscolumn
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    Quote: from lollys mates girl on 7:50 pm on Dec. 20, 2005[br] <br>Graysonscolumn,<br>My father didn’t throw a tantrum as you said. But I feel from your post that you have first hand experience at this tantrum throwing<br>

    <br>I have relatives whose lives are all ironed trousers and dessert-at-8pm-on-the-dot-or-else, but otherwise no.<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #95739
    lollys mates girl
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    Your relatives aren’t like mine then!

    <br>Don’t forget though you are related so one day you will turn out to be like them, which is why i am getting myself removed from my family.<br>Peaty Sandy may i come and live with you? You sound so normal, unlike a lot of these forum people on here!

    #1546508
    gamble
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    Peaty Sandy didnt have piles of money or possess a nice pile in the country,
    on the contrary he had haemorrhoids. Lollys mate girl found out the hard way that bunking off
    English lessons can have dire consequences.

    #1546903
    gamble
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    Nothing wrong with choosing to live with a man with haemmorrhoids. A lot suffer from them, some silently and others like Peaty Sandy openly in the limelight. He had them operated on, and his mood likely improved. Lollys Mates girl could have moved in with him with little concern and the confidence he would be smiling at least half of the time.

    #1546917
    Purwell
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    The Chalfonts are not really something to joke about.
    I too have had the operation and for a long time afterward it felt like the surgeon had poked a live hedgehog up my dung trumpet!

    #1546934
    gamble
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    Not as painful but the last colonoscopy I had was without anesthetic to save on a taxi home. Either some one picks you up and difficult for a sheep or you get a taxi home. I would have rather paid the six quid and added a 50 pence to draw a smile. I was retching towards the end but nothing in my stomach.

    The thread ” Peaty Sandy has Piles ” was by him and a memorable read of his similar experiences Purwell.

    #1546962
    Purwell
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    I had a colonoscopy last year whilst in University College Hospital London. Not too much of a problem but they found what they suspected, diverticulitis and ulcerative colitis. I found it rather strange that they actually let me watch the monitor in glorious technicolour!

    #1547065
    gamble
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    Yes and Americans have them regularly as often yearly. I have had three done over time. All ok, however the last guy said my diverticulitis was spectacular. I failed to spot it on the monitor and asked if he could rerun it but he wouldn’t.

    #1547101
    Purwell
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    That confirms my opinion of a lot of Americans!

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