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Jeffprince

One of our scout leaders lost a finger when his wedding ring caught in a fence he was climbing, and fell. Most blood I've seen was when daughter jumped off a ledge when young and forgot to pull her tongue back from between her teeth. At A&E, the doc showed us light through the new piercings. 

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sterling01

Great find, thanks John. Just bought a load of this. :-)

 

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KingJames
On 25/02/2019 at 09:33, KingJames said:

I can strongly recommend the buttered chicken curry kit if you are going.  

This week was chicken tikka curry, again very recommended.  

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Rev Ken
21 hours ago, Rocker66 said:

Many years ago when Iwas a St John’s Cadet we were on duty at a jump at the local Point to Point meeting. During the ladies race there was a faller at our fence and as we approached the rider who was laying on the ground we saw that her face was absolutely covered in blood causing us the expect a serious injury. When the blood was cleared we saw that the skin on her nose had been peeled back and was actually curled up at the top. After ensuring that the wound was clean the skin was rolled back down and the bleeding virtually stopped. I couldn’t believe such a small injury could haemorrhage so much. Apparently she thought it was caused by a hoof catching her so she was one very lucky lady.

As a matter of interest I think as a young lad I learned more swear words from the “Ladies” race than anywhere else. They sounded even more effective said in an upperclass female accent.😀😀

I too was a St John Ambulance Cadet! I learnt a lot...….and not only about First Aid.:devil:

20 hours ago, kayz1 said:

****I think as a young lad I learned more swear words from the “Ladies”****

 

I am with you all way with that one Rocker, used to make us lads in the Army cringe when we had to pass by the Lady'e Barrack rooms when i  were in Berlin . Never ever did the men sound as bad no matter the problems or pains...

Lyn.

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Oh I so agree! However some of to-day's youth can't talk without 'F -ing' very second word. Shows a lack of imagination as there are lots of other expletives..... :BangHead:

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Rocker66
21 minutes ago, Rev Ken said:

I too was a St John Ambulance Cadet! I learnt a lot...….and not only about First Aid.:devil:.. 

I know what you mean as that’s where I met my first serious girlfriend.😀😀

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Defender
3 hours ago, Rev Ken said:

I too was a St John Ambulance Cadet! I learnt a lot...….and not only about First Aid.:devil:

Oh I so agree! However some of to-day's youth can't talk without 'F -ing' very second word. Shows a lack of imagination as there are lots of other expletives..... :BangHead:

Or inserting 'Like' at ever juncture, I've even heard it at presentations! 

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Rev Ken
13 hours ago, Defender said:

Or inserting 'Like' at ever juncture, I've even heard it at presentations! 

errrrr, ummmmm, 'old people': 'U' No, middle aged people , (every other word): 'Like' the youngsters, they don't even realise they are doing it! And now 'so' many presenters are using 'SO' at the beginning of almost every sentence when it doesn't make sense. Then since when as the ground become 'floor'? :BangHead::BangHead:

 

Oh dear, some of my 'irritations' are beginning to show.....:bye:

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Andy m

"Can I get..." instead of "I would like..." or "Can I have...." 

 

The correct answer of course is: No, we have to get it for you. 

 

Andy

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Defender
1 hour ago, Andy m said:

"Can I get..." instead of "I would like..." or "Can I have...." 

 

The correct answer of course is: No, we have to get it for you. 

 

Andy

That's what I always think too! 

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