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I've bought a 1/4pound of innuendos from Roys of Wroxham. Should last me quite a while, unless anybody wants to borrow one. :rolleyes:

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Afraid I've only got Menthol left. You're welcome to try one of them, strictly on a sale or return basis.

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11 hours ago, philmayfield said:

'Innuendo'. Isn't that an Italian suppository?

Never thought of that but a good description.

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I once went in a farmacia in Mallorca, for some Aspirinas and they asked if I wanted tablets or suppositorios¿

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When a friend of ours had an ear infection he called at Mallorcia hospital he too was given Tabets. Do iI take them with water he asked the doc?  the doc's answerd in his best English he pointed to the rear end and said that's where the go. yes he was give Suppositorios.

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22 hours ago, DJ360 said:

 

Just a giggle Mary.  I couldn't resist.

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Why? Beekay

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Well had my 2nd jab today 1st one never felt a thing this time it was just like a bee sting, but I will put up with that if we get protection.

 

Phone wet about 5 00pm yes them old fashioned one's you have indoors It was Bob captain of the bowls team Cup match on the 15th May our Team v Polly  get your greys and whites ready your playing. Hope I can remember how to play.

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Suppositories are often used here to lower temperatures and many other things. When my children were small they were given them, easier to treat rather than tablets. At first I thought it was rather strange but after time I realised the need for them other than the obvious.

I always opt for tabletsyada

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I can't  remember who it was that was discussing about Mc Vities digestives but think it might have been OZ. Did some shopping yesterday and spotted these two pkts of McV. Photo is of the whole meal one. In my opinion they are awful but love the normal ones.

 

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Just evicted yet another large bee from the house. I've lost count of how many I've chucked out, gently of course, this year alone!

 

I told him, "Bee sensible and stay outside. Now, buzz off!" and he did. :rolleyes:

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3 hours ago, AfferGorritt said:

Dry! Large water main burst on Lambley Lane, so no water....... You got water in lambley???.... Flipping eck you'll be connected to the Electric next:rotfl:

 

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We have a well but have never used it for drinking although a couple who live nearby said that when they were kids they often use to ask the former owner if they could have a drink from the well. Apparently it was good. We have it connected up to a tap and hose to water the plants. We have used the irrigation point that we put in to water the grass. ( which we pulled up and now have paving blocks) but its still useful for hosing the courtyard down after a windy day and cleaning after the dogs wee.

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Kids in the UK don't have to choose between suppositories and tablets for basic pain/fever relief.  The various Calpol products provide Paracetamol or Ibuprofen etc.. in 'kiddie friendly' form, such as liquid syrups, 'fastmelts' etc.  Surely these are also sold on the Continent?

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A friend of mine bought farmhouse near Sth Wingfield and took great  pride in his well claiming the water to be excellent... until he realised it was only fifty metres from a graveyard, he sort of went off it then..

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I've never heard of suppositories for pain relief - it sounds barbaric!   :Shock:

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Depends where the pain is.... :rolleyes:

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