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PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:29 
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made a complete twat of myself on national TV.

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Glad it's all worked out Trousers. That sounds horrific!


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made a complete twat of myself on national TV.

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I was convinced I had told the story on here but can't find it other than a mention in the "claim to fame thread".

I'll write it up and post it at some point in the next few days.

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Was it on Naked Attraction?

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Was it on Naked Attraction?

Oh my goodness. My friend just told me about this show, I think. Is it a dating show with your bits hanging out? She said that some chap said he didn't like a girl's bits because the lips were too long and looked like a sloppily made ham sandwich?

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Sorry to hear about your sprog, Trousers - glad it ended OK though.

Both of my younger brothers had a ruptured appendix and I remember the youngest having also been misdiagnosed and sent home. He was left with me while my mum went out shopping and I don't know if it ruptured at that precise moment but he went from being uncomfortable/poorly to writhing around on the floor screaming. I was about 10-11 years old so he'd have been about 6-7 and it was fucking terrifying.

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I was about 10-11 years old so he'd have been about 6-7 and it was fucking terrifying.


Holy shit that must have been rough. I was flustered enough as an (ostensible) adult - not sure what I would have one at 10 or 11.

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My sons first day at school was slightly tainted.

We all got there early and my son was running around the playground whilst we both looked on proudly.

Then over came the headmistress and asked if she could have a word...

My son has been at this school for the last 18 months in nursery and for the last 5 days in the school holiday club as nursery closes for a week to let them get set up for the new term.

It turns out he has been having a shit in the urinal trough for the last 5 days, the head had ascertained that he knew this wasn't the right place to do this and told him next time he had to clean it up with her.

She was asking us if this was ok, I said of course he needs to learn.

I know exactly how his mind works, he will have gone in there the first time and found all the toilets occupied , so rather than crap himself he went for one in the urinal, then after than he would have thought this is easier that the normal toilet

So once that was over and she went I could burst out laughing was getting hard to hold it in :)

After that my little boy got in line with the others and looked very smart in his uniform as he went in for the start of 14 years of school :)


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Still not 100% mobile, but really looking forward to the Big Event That I Have Hardly Mentioned At All On Facebook tomorrow. Going to get a van to North Yorks to pick up The Display Equipment, help tje artists set up and doors open in the afternoon! Theb full day Saturday. Last time over 2,000 people a day came.

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Still not 100% mobile, but really looking forward to the Big Event That I Have Hardly Mentioned At All On Facebook tomorrow. Going to get a van to North Yorks to pick up The Display Equipment, help tje artists set up and doors open in the afternoon! Theb full day Saturday. Last time over 2,000 people a day came.


Got in van (Merc Sprinter, no cd player, no cup, holders) 90 minute drive, got display boards, 2 hours back, set it all up with The Gang, welcome artists in and headed off. Popped back at 6pm and it looked good, there was a queue to get in. This is so much better than day to day job.

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Sprinters have cup holders. They're recessed into the dash so you have to push them in so they pop out.

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Sprinters have cup holders. They're recessed into the dash so you have to push them in so they pop out.

Does it have a driver's side one? My CLK doesn't - just one next to the radio on the passenger side. :S


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Sprinters have cup holders. They're recessed into the dash so you have to push them in so they pop out.

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Ah. I shall look tomorrow as we return these boards.

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So back to Nay stuff really but the offspring is back in hospital. Yay stuff hopefully soon though once the Docs have done their thing.

The infection has got worse having briefly gone down so that's like an episode of House where the patient gets better briefly before relapsing, vomiting blood and losing a few vital organs. Only hopefully it won't be that, or lupus.

She's had diarrheoa, temp of 39.2 and the infection markers in her blood have spiked so they have put her onto a stronger dose of antibiotics to try and shift it.

Should the antibiotics not work then the worst case scenario now is they have to open her back up which could have complications for her bowel and give her a fairly big scar. Doctors assure us we probably won't need to get that far but the minute your parent brain hears that it's where you constantly keep ending up in your imagination. Stupid brain.

She's lost 5lbs since she's been in there and she was already a skinny thing as it is and she's going to miss the first 3 weeks of high school as a minimum. She's rather down about it all now and I don't blame her.

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Shit, man. Can't imagine how you must be feeling. Hope you get some good news really soon.


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Sorry to hear about Ms Trousers, hope the antibiotics do their thing as quickly as possible. Best wishes and positive thoughts to you all.

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Sorry to hear that, I hope she gets better, soon

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Oh no, sorry to hear little Trousers is still poorly. :(

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Should the antibiotics not work then the worst case scenario now is they have to open her back up which could have complications for her bowel and give her a fairly big scar. Doctors assure us we probably won't need to get that far but the minute your parent brain hears that it's where you constantly keep ending up in your imagination. Stupid brain.


A variation on the above happened. Despite surgery being the "absolute last option" she went in for surgery on Tuesday with a number of possible outcomes ranging from not very invasive to Seppuku followed by a jet wash with Fairy liquid and then shoving it all back in.

I can't even begin to describe the feelings when her Mum rang me on the way down to the hospital to talk about the options and risks. I'm not one for road rage but I sat there in my car screaming swear words at the absolute top of my voice like I was in some kind of Berserker rage. It wasn't at anyone in particular just a howling protest against life in general.

Thankfully they were able to get a tube into her through her vagina(!) to drain most of the infected pus from her insides. The tube fell out during the procedure and they were reluctant to put it back in due to further risks so she's still got some infected material inside her. This is currently being treated with antibiotics.

She's had to have IV food because of the weight loss and a lack of appetite following the surgery but as of the last couple of days she has got some colour back, perked up somewhat and has been dishing out the sass as only an 11 year old can. Her blood cultures came back today to indicate that she is on the right antibiotics and her general progress would seem to indicate the same but she's got better before now and then gone back down again so I'll only be in full "yay" mode when she's been given the all clear.

Oh and her uncle bought her a Nintendo Switch because he's crazy loaded and has been through this kind of thing himself with one of his brood. So deffo Yay for her there.

So anyway here she is doing a mild Yay from her hospital bed. Hopefully she'll be out of that soon and able to start high school.

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That's great news. So pleased to hear she's on the mend. :luv: :metul:

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That's good news sounds like a nasty infection.

Do you know how much longer she expects to be in the hospital?


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Sounds awful. Thoughts are with you and I hope she gets better soon!

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