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Archbishop Paddy O'Laud
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Well, well, well, as we Irish say! What a topic! As one who pops the old blue crozier stiffener from time to time I must admit that I never had the three legged stool reaction! And I have told me personal [also Irish] physician that if I get an erection lasting more than four hours, he would be the last b****** I would be looking for !
Offer it up for the souly holes!

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Archbishop Paddy O'Laud
Anyone who WANTS to be a Bishop DESERVES to be a Bishop.
[Bishop Thomas Lobsinger D. April 2000]

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Pânts*

Ship's underwear
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quote:
Originally posted by 103 (One-O-Three):
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Originally posted by RuthW:
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Originally posted by Craigmaddie:
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Originally posted by RuthW:
I'll regret this, I'm afraid, but I have to ask--what's a Jimmy Riddle?

It's rhyming slang for a "widdle". I studied English Literature at university and my vocabulary is still essentially that of a 5-year old... [Hot and Hormonal]
That's all right--my language didn't begin to turn foul until I was studying English Lit, and didn't become absofuckin'lutely inappropriate till I was in grad school.
I'm studying English Lit. at AS Level. Enough said! [Razz]

-103

But you are still a 5 year old.

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Max.
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quote:
Originally posted by Pânts:
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Originally posted by 103 (One-O-Three):
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Originally posted by RuthW:
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Originally posted by Craigmaddie:
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Originally posted by RuthW:
I'll regret this, I'm afraid, but I have to ask--what's a Jimmy Riddle?

It's rhyming slang for a "widdle". I studied English Literature at university and my vocabulary is still essentially that of a 5-year old... [Hot and Hormonal]
That's all right--my language didn't begin to turn foul until I was studying English Lit, and didn't become absofuckin'lutely inappropriate till I was in grad school.
I'm studying English Lit. at AS Level. Enough said! [Razz]

-103

But you are still a 5 year old.
Oh - If I was a 5 year old that would be sufficient reason to ban me from the ship [Razz]

-103

[ 04. May 2005, 16:01: Message edited by: 103 (One-O-Three) ]

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Kelly Alves

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quote:
Originally posted by Gill H:
Ooh, is that how you spell that song? I used to sing it at school, but we spelled it 'Shularoo'.

(Waits to see if thread hijacking attempt is successful. Obscure Irish folk songs vs Gort's fantasy life ... hmm ...)

[ok, this is supposed to be scottish, but---]

"Lad I don't know where you been , but I'm glad you won first prize."

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Jesus loves me, this I know” of they don’t believe “Kelly loves me, this I know.”
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RuthW

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Judy Collins recorded that song, and I think it's spelled "Shularoon" on the album "Golden Apples of the Sun." And I think she sings "sword of steel," but I'm not sure of that.
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The Bede's American Successor

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quote:
Originally posted by 103 (One-O-Three):
Oh - If I was a 5 year old that would be sufficient reason to ban me from the ship [Razz]

-103

...but deliver us from evil...
[Votive]

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Go Anne Go

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quote:
Originally posted by The One and Only Nanny Ogg:
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Originally posted by Go Anne Go:
My understanding is just think of penguins, and you'll be fine.


I wonder what penguins have to think of [Eek!]
I've spent way too much time around penguins, both in their native habitats and at the Aquarium. In short, the penguins are sex obsessed little creatures, and careth not about the JR when they could be having it away instead.

I kid you not when I say that only last weekend I had to vehemently agree with a five year old (who I had taken to the Aquarium) when I said "YES! THAT'S ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! THE MOMMY PENGUIN *IS* GIVING THE BABY PENGUIN A HUG!!!"

Oh, the humanity. Every parent around me immediatley told their small child the same thing. Loud, rutting jackass penguins. My eyes! My eyes!

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geroff
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quote:
Originally posted by Lumpy da Moose:
If it's low, there are patches and gels that can be applied externally that will supplement what your body may still be making.

BUT not if you have sensitive skin.
They can make you very sore and you have to find a different area of skin to put them on each day of the week.....
Anyway I thought you only used these if you actually had a medical condition....
after all who wants to be messing about with sticky patches, goey gel or having a deep injection every four weeks for the rest of your life?

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Nanny Ogg

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I wonder how long people can keep this thread up for [Devil] [Devil] [Devil]

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Kelly Alves

Bunny with an axe
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It's getting harder and harder...

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I cannot expect people to believe “
Jesus loves me, this I know” of they don’t believe “Kelly loves me, this I know.”
Kelly Alves, somewhere around 2003.

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Pânts*

Ship's underwear
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I thought that was the point... it wasn't.

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Alfred E. Neuman

What? Me worry?
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Thank you all for extending my humble thread to such an exciting length. This month is my first anniversary on the ship and the exposure you've given my private concerns are humbling. 100+ posts is quite a stimulating experience for someone as withdrawn as myself.

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Lumpy da Moose
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quote:
Originally posted by geroff:

Anyway I thought you only used these if you actually had a medical condition....
after all who wants to be messing about with sticky patches, goey gel or having a deep injection every four weeks for the rest of your life?

Probably someone who wants his body to work like it did even, maybe, three years ago? That's why you get tested. There's no reason not to seek treatment. Women get HRT. Why not men? I'm not advocating anabolic steroids, but treatment by a physician, specifically an endocrinologist. The injections supposedly don't work all that well, lots of ups-and-downs, implants are more of a big deal with outpatient surgery. Topical application is said to work quite well.

But, then, I wouldn't know this by personal experience. Or readily admit to it, anyway.

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geroff
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The point is that I get treatment because my body doesn't work properly. It never has.
I am just saying be careful what you advise, because if you get too much testosterone your risk of prostate cancer increases.

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Lumpy da Moose
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I'm in total agreement here-- taking testosterone treatment is, quite literally, using steroids. In the US, they're considered a Class III pharmaceutical (abuse-equivalent to things like morphine painkillers, amphetamines, tranquilizers, etc.).

I was given a quite thorough digital exam and a PSA. I was tender for 2 days, but there was only slight enlargement (I'm 52) and the PSA was normal. I wouldn't use anything like that without thoroughly discussing the side-effects and without researching what I'm about to get into. Considering my behaviour in the 70's, this is quite an about-face for me. But even then, I was always careful to read up an what I put into myself. The PDR wasn't widely available then, but was usually around a large university library, so research was possible.

Frankly, I don't like putting foreign subtances in my body, but given the choice between, say, a stroke from uncontrolled hypertension, and tampering with the angiotensin in my system, I'll choose the latter. It's all risks. You weigh the odds and takes yer chances. I ride a motorcycle,too.

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RuthW

liberal "peace first" hankie squeezer
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quote:
Originally posted by Lumpy da Moose:
Women get HRT.

They do indeed, and it increases their chances of having heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, and breast cancer. My mother has had both breast cancer and uterine cancer, so it's going to take more than hot flashes to get me onto HRT.
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yeasayer
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quote:
Originally posted by Sarkycow:
You watch the commercial breaks? [Eek!]

Isn't that when you get another drink, or go to the loo, or whatever?

Some commercials are well worth watching in themselves.

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ozowen
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Gort
I loved you start up post and laughed all the way through it!
Since you were jaust extracting the urine though I will not suggest that the offending structure be used as a handy orange juicer.
OK

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