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  • Where the hell have you caught that cough from my girl??????????
    If you crush an aspirin and mix with honey, then suck it off the spoon, it might numb your throat a weeny bit, and settle the cough a little.
    Holey shit - more bloody earthquakes!!!!!! I thought we were over them......sorry........rant over
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    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    • My boss gave all of us her cold, which, once the fever passes, turns into a very productive cough. This is day four. I hope to be fully better by Saturday...

      Sorry about the ground moving - I sent you a PM. Will be around for a bit longer if you want to let off steam.
      I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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      • Sorry badger i thought i replied, and ranted some...... Maybe i didn't hit send?????
        "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

        ...small steps....

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        • Perhaps the MDA interface is slow? It's be oh kay be oh kay 77uk@gmail.com - many years ago there was an advert on US telly where a cute animal said to another cute animal 'bokbok!' instead of goodbye. Best friend told me about it and when I was hunting for an email address it came to mind. It's stuck all these years.
          I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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          • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
            My boss gave all of us her cold, which, once the fever passes, turns into a very productive cough. This is day four. I hope to be fully better by Saturday...

            Sorry about the ground moving - I sent you a PM. Will be around for a bit longer if you want to let off steam.
            Too bad she didn't give you a raise instead..... dang cheapskate bosses!

            As far as coughs go, alcohol is often used as an expectorant.... so add a shot of whisky to G's concoction and you'll be right as rain!

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            • Well, I shall be gargling with wine and perhaps brandy (gotta douse the Chrimbo cakes each week) tomorrow. At the moment I'm very sexy sounding (when not coughing) and all my food tasted off tonight, really nasty.
              I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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              • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                Well, I shall be gargling with wine and perhaps brandy (gotta douse the Chrimbo cakes each week) tomorrow. At the moment I'm very sexy sounding (when not coughing) and all my food tasted off tonight, really nasty.
                ahh, must have that smoky, sultry voice that URI's bring on..... One of the very few "benefits" of a cold.. lol

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                • Okay my inbox is empty and not one message!!!!!!!!
                  Wooooo is gwamma - sad really lmfao
                  "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

                  ...small steps....

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                  • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                    The wages are high and the tax rebates are very generous - car, clothes, computers, phone bills etc can all be put against income tax at the end of the year to get a SIZEABLE return. Not sure what your field is or if you're interested, but can almost guarantee you could find yourself a very nice lifestyle here.
                    Sounds like a good scam! I'm a spanner hand/spark by trade, all beit on a quite large scale as it were quite involved, got officefied for some reason though!

                    Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                    My boss gave all of us her cold, which, once the fever passes, turns into a very productive cough. This is day four. I hope to be fully better by Saturday...
                    One of the not so good sides of socialism....

                    Originally posted by ssn679doc View Post
                    As far as coughs go, alcohol is often used as an expectorant.... so add a shot of whisky to G's concoction and you'll be right as rain!
                    My old man used to swear by that method of cold cure, normally by the bottle....

                    Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                    Well, I shall be gargling with wine and perhaps brandy (gotta douse the Chrimbo cakes each week) tomorrow. At the moment I'm very sexy sounding (when not coughing) and all my food tasted off tonight, really nasty.
                    As good a substitute as any, we likes sultry....Hope ya feels better soon!

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                    • This is aces The 41 Most British Things That Have Ever Happened
                      I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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                      • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                        Lol, there be some classics there for sure, no6 for those that don't know, is the magic roundabout in Swindon, I can't say this is gospel, but I don't think there's been an accident on it, bloody weird to drive around I can tell ee!

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                        • Mainly quiet day today, which was good - I got a lot of work done. Melbourne has a day off for the Melbourne Cup - the race that stops the nation - this event always falls on a Tuesday and many peeps choose to make a long weekend of it. Half the office was out today, we'll be working with a skeleton crew on Monday. I like days like that.

                          Tuesday small boy has requested that we make cakes, muffins and biscuits for school fete. No, they won't be paleo.

                          I'm in the final stages of production of my mag - phew. Three months of reading about stillbirth and perinatal death is no one's idea of fun. The next one is on the topic of the pelvic floor. I cannot say or read the words 'pelvic floor' without clenching the said apparatus. By March, I expect my innards to be rock hard.

                          B: yoghurt, apricots and coffee
                          L: a pat of butter, Greek salad, glass of Cote du Rhone
                          D: pork in cream with leeks, mushrooms and port; carrot and beetroot salad; roast pumpkin; glass of Merlot
                          I like badgers, books and booze, more or less in that order.

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                          • Originally posted by badgergirl View Post
                            Mainly quiet day today, which was good - I got a lot of work done. Melbourne has a day off for the Melbourne Cup - the race that stops the nation - this event always falls on a Tuesday and many peeps choose to make a long weekend of it. Half the office was out today, we'll be working with a skeleton crew on Monday. I like days like that.

                            Tuesday small boy has requested that we make cakes, muffins and biscuits for school fete. No, they won't be paleo.

                            I'm in the final stages of production of my mag - phew. Three months of reading about stillbirth and perinatal death is no one's idea of fun. The next one is on the topic of the pelvic floor. I cannot say or read the words 'pelvic floor' without clenching the said apparatus. By March, I expect my innards to be rock hard.

                            B: yoghurt, apricots and coffee
                            L: a pat of butter, Greek salad, glass of Cote du Rhone
                            D: pork in cream with leeks, mushrooms and port; carrot and beetroot salad; roast pumpkin; glass of Merlot
                            It is amazing how much work can get done when the "normal" distractions of the work environment are gone....

                            There is something to be said for a stout pelvic floor......

                            That dinner sound right delish.... I had yogurt today with some peach preserves I made... pretty tasty stuff...

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                            • Doc..... Do you make peach preserves without sugar?????????
                              "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

                              ...small steps....

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                              • Originally posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
                                Doc..... Do you make peach preserves without sugar?????????
                                Depends on how sweeet the peaches are.... though you need to add some sugar for the preservative and the gelling effect, unless you are going to use a pressure cooker to process the preserves.

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