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A bit bunged up


Suffering from a lack of privacy has me reaching for the Senokot. It reminds me of when I was suffering from the same affliction last year when on holiday in France. The three of us queued up at the very busy pharmacy, me thinking 'I hope I don't get the guy. 'Bonjour monsieur. Avez vous quelquechose pour la constipation s'il vous plait?' He rattled off something in French to which I smiled and nodded before scarpering. About two minutes later a thought took hold like a shockwave. The French are quite partial for some reason to taking medication up their bottoms. I ripped open the pack and the diagrams said all I needed to know. In the interests of the readers' sensibilities I shall cut to the end. It worked.

They are just sealing off the toilet block now as we whistle nonchalantly making our exit.

Posted by jhanford 07:26 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged health_and_medicine

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Hello intrepid explorers!! Loving your diary. I have been catching up with your exploits this evening. Sounds fab and glad you managed to meet up with Juli. Love the poo stories. Having boys inevitably means that most experiences include some reference to poo :) Hope Sam and Ben are enjoying the adventure. Just got back from overnighter sleeping in new car - a horsey event in backwoods of Ontario. Spent day/night with Canadas equivalent to hillbillies I think. One old chap said, when I mentioned I was going to live in Toronto, that it was not a good idea as it was full of Pakistanis! Learning more every day about Canadians. Very patriotic, really dont like Americans and have much Scottish heritage and ancestry. Continue the stories. xxxxxx

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