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Harold's dreadfull experience

George turned pale

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George turned pale
"He's not infectious is he" he gasped. "No," Mary reassured him" two weeks in the freezer has taken care of that. Here, take him a hot water bottle and a nice cup of tea, but be careful, we don't want him to come down with snapped wire syndrome ".
Posted by Val Hill on October 11, 2017 Slideshow

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lallyp
2:41 PM on October 14, 2017 
Edel says...
Brilliant! You could compile a guide to Grecon ailments, their prevention and treatment, a copy of which to be supplied to every Grecon household on DHPP.

That made me chuckle Edel!
Zoe H
12:16 PM on October 13, 2017 
Tee hee.

Aw bless, he really will need a hot water bottle after that.
Trumble's Mum
11:08 AM on October 13, 2017 
SNAPPED WIRE SYNDROME!!!!!! So THAT'S what Grandpa Lonely has. All medics ( ie Doris the wise woman and Grandma Jean with her old copy of Diseases, Real and Imaginary, Of Miniature Folk) have been baffled for weeks.
Rosemary
12:19 PM on October 11, 2017 
That's a very posh rug for the kitchen.
Edel
11:10 AM on October 11, 2017 
Brilliant! You could compile a guide to Grecon ailments, their prevention and treatment, a copy of which to be supplied to every Grecon household on DHPP.

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