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2:59pm, 29 Jan 2020
15921 posts
The children called her warty all holiday. It was many years ago now :-) tea
3:47pm, 29 Jan 2020
29041 posts
Let me change the subject: our IFA came today and was impressed that we had all the figures he was going to ask us about, already written down. That's because we thought he was coming yesterday.
4:05pm, 29 Jan 2020
38038 posts
Lip Gloss
In Starbucks with a latte and a slice of chunky shortbread ( well I am on holiday)
4:45pm, 29 Jan 2020
18812 posts
(tawny-gold skin and a light dusting of white freckles - *swoons*)

I should have that shower I intended after I came in soaked from my run, even though I am now warm and dry. Also, spin all my wet kit (which did get washed).
5:34pm, 29 Jan 2020
43107 posts
Tawny Goldskin - wasn't that one of the actresses from Beverley Hills 90210?
5:43pm, 29 Jan 2020
29584 posts
Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
My daughter as a young child had a persistent and painful verruca, she suffered at the hands of the elderly gp over several weeks, no wonder she doesn’t speak to me anymore, although I am not sure I can blame that awful assault on her foot.
6:08pm, 29 Jan 2020
1659 posts
Back in the 60s I had a verruca - which was treated by soaking in potassium permanganate then hacking with a razor blade. Over a long period. At the same time we also put stones in bags and threw them away at crossroads.

The verruca did go - but was it just time? those stones in bags? or the KMnO₄

Despite V'rap's medical facts, I have found Bazuka works and is painless - and despite the skin killing effect, seems to leave no visible trace. Whether scientific or placebo or what, I don't care.

Mow Dr F, how was lunch and have you got those corrections done yet?
6:11pm, 29 Jan 2020
60571 posts
[Goldie Tawn, surely, McG ^]

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