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Wore the speedos...think it went down well with the ladies as they all pointed, looking surprised saying "will you just look at that". It's nice that I can bring so much cheer to people. Didn't go on the flume as it was a long way to the top and I couldn't be bothered. Spent most of the time in the nice warm spa pools until a nappy came off and some brown was spotted floating. Babbydoodledoo's got a chest infection. Took her to see the out of hours doctor this afternoon (good to know that if you're ill on a Sunday in north Cumbria, there are up to two doctors to look after you). Was standing at reception waiting for someone to see me when she was sick all over me. All she had was some milk earlier, but she managed to make it last about 5 minutes. Need a new pair of shoes, but at least I think I know how they make cottage cheese now.

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Oh dear, sorry to hear about the little one.

It's nice to know that the NHS can still help dispite most people thinking it's going down the toilet.

Thankfully my son has never managed to be sick on me but I had to throw away a suede jacket due to a misfortune involving the other end :unsure:

I'm sure your Speedos put a cheer in the hearts of many ladies in their twilight years ;) :lol:

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You should thank your son for making you throw away a suede jacket. As for the NHS, well, perhaps it's best I don't tell you about having to stand there waiting at reception for 5 minutes in the cottage hospital in Penrith, knowing I was the only patient, until I started raising my voice, when all of a sudden a nurse toddles along saying they're being as quick as they can, which would seem fair enough until I walk past a room with four nurses in having a cup of tea.

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You should thank your son for making you throw away a suede jacket. As for the NHS, well, perhaps it's best I don't tell you about having to stand there waiting at reception for 5 minutes in the cottage hospital in Penrith, knowing I was the only patient, until I started raising my voice, when all of a sudden a nurse toddles along saying they're being as quick as they can, which would seem fair enough until I walk past a room with four nurses in having a cup of tea.

But having a cup of tea is an essential part of the Nurses day. It must happen at a set time regardless of how much blood etc is pouring out of you :rolleyes:

Sorry to any nurses out there :unsure:

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