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I'll never see my cavity walls in the same light, ever again!
I will never think of the term "cavity walls" in the same way either Tills :))
People do some daft things!. I remember a friend of mine, just qualified as a doctor, doing shifts at local A&E. ~A chap came in,walking horribly and in great pain. When she eventually saw him she had to gently remove - a milk bottle! Honestly!
Don't forget that their last president thought it a good idea to inject bleach.
There's nothing like a bit of queasiness on a Monday evening to get the blood pumping. Or not :-/
No wonder, why I prefer animals to humans.
I'd keep that a little more private David.
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One of my daughters (a doctor) worked A&E both in the UK and Sydney Aus. Apparently removing objects people "have fallen on" is a regular occurrence. In both countries.

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