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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post


    Sounds like a horrible week, hope they have successfully broken the stone up, I have heard many painful descriptions of kidney stones. Does the diabetes just mean you have to watch your diet now?
    Apparently, mine was quite a small one and should pass out the body on its own. God knows what a large one feels like. With the diabetes, diet control is usually the first option. Ironic that I got a state of the art breadmaker for my big five-oh three weeks back!
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    That sounds a bit unremitting. I remember an old wives tale about drinking a bottle of Olive Oil to wash out the kidney stones, on so many levels right now I wouldn't advise that.

    Hope the diabetes turns out not to be too much of a burden, have to admit it is a condition that would irritate the hell out of me, the concept of watching what I eat in that way just doesn't bear thinking about.

    Also I got glares off Dave when I asked if we should suggest to the forum that we all donate towards a nice box of chocolates for you after a week like that (sorry, if it helps I think we have already established I am going to Hell).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post
    if it helps I think we have already established I am going to Hell.
    I'll be going through Charing Cross in about 20 minutes. I'll pop in the Boadicea and let them know so they will be expecting you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post
    Also I got glares off Dave when I asked if we should suggest to the forum that we all donate towards a nice box of chocolates for you after a week like that )
    Nice to know that people care, albeit some in a sick and twisted way. Thanks guys.
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    Just pokin me 'ead round the door to mention my BotW, Sixpenny (Wayland) Brewery's 6d Special. 5.8 and drinks like it, full of flavour. I won't try to describe it any more, you'll just have to try it.
    While I'm here I'll add my commiseration's to 'a&h' on his bad week. Bet it don't 'old him back that much.......... .. and another one for 'a&h...
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