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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:35 am

Girdle













As long as you enjoyed what you did see
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:05 am

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i did. would like to see more.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:28 am

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Can’t have verything
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Wed Jun 06, 2018 3:57 am

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no, guess not. i did get to do a lot of travelling . not everyone does.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:19 am

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Yourright there, I can remember when I was working in the school some children had never seen the sea except on TV
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Thu Jun 07, 2018 4:01 am

yellow marrow












i never saw it till i was in my 30's .
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Thu Jun 07, 2018 7:38 am

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But you had holidays, some of the kids didn’t
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Fri Jun 08, 2018 4:35 am

Babinski reflex












never really took a long holiday and went far away tho. i may have seen it as a little kid but don't remember it. once i started taking long road trips it was always up the east coast and into Canada. went on Ferrys to different providences and did a lot of driving along the coast. i loved it. went on several whale watch cruises and saw lots of big old whales and on nature cruises where they pull up lobster traps to show the stuff that gets caught in there while waiting for lobsters. i'll never forget those cruises. always tried to get hotel room,s on the ocean when i could afford them. i miss my coastal trips. would have loved to take that kind of trip around the UK, specially the northern parts of Scotland and Ireland, but that's life. Iceland was cool!! got to look inside an extinct volcano!!!
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:04 am

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Sounds like you had fun
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Sat Jun 09, 2018 2:54 am

os calcis




what is xantho?







i did. i always loved my trips, but was very depressed the last day because i didn't want to go back to work.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Sat Jun 09, 2018 7:43 am

Skin


It means yellow parts of the anatomy










Same here, but now for me it’s getting back too housework
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Sun Jun 10, 2018 3:43 am

neck



hmmm, never heard that before, not like i've heard everything.








hate housework. so did Lucy end up staying at your house with the cats or did they do ok on their own? did you bring back a cat toy souvenir for them? i always brought my dogs back something, i really missed them when i took trips.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:20 am

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She came over everyday after work to look after them, she never stayed, no I didn’t want too buy them anything you don’t know what’s in them
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Tue Jun 12, 2018 4:32 am

Ebola virus












i would bring home toys and the same kind of treats they sell here( name brands, nothing hand made). i always brought souvenirs home so had to include them. tomorrow i have to make more pup meatloaf for Abby. that stuff goes fast since she gets little over a pound of the meat every day in addition to the veggies and fruit (WHICH WILL BE DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR A WHILE). she loves the food even more than her kibble. she just keeps liking her bowl hoping there will be something she missed. i need to divide everything she gets into daily little bags so i don't have 7-8 separate containers to constantly take in and out of the fridge. it takers me too long i need to be more organized. then if i can't get home in time, mom or bStacey can just empty the few bags into the bowl and not measure anything. gonna be a busy day because i want to getr some gardening done too. with all this rain, i'm way behind and i'd like to get everything planted before its time to dig it all up for winter!! and once i get it all done, my poor shoulder can get a good rest.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:01 am

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You should get it right first before you agravate it more, leave the garden till it’s better
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:19 am

nose












all i got done were more errands. had to wait till the new vets office called back because i didn't know how much Sauerkraut to add to the meatloaf i'm making. they didn't call back till after 4. and of course it was drizzling outside a good part of the day. si i just got the kitchen ready to make the stuff tomorrow and maybe i might have time for a little gardening, but not sure. maybe i could just get one or 2 pots planted at least. that only leaves thursday.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:10 am

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So your cooking today?
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:38 am

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i cooked. it took about 5 hours to cut up the veggies real small, and mixing all the ground beef is hard work. i made 4 batches and she gets a pound of meat food each day so it was only enough for 9 days. this is when i wish i had a 10 pound dog and not a 70pound dog. its a lot of work and i don't enjoy cooking at all. but i still do it for my baby girl. guess i'll get in the habit of doing it almost every week.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:38 am

sinus












i cooked. it took about 5 hours to cut up the veggies real small, and mixing all the ground beef is hard work. i made 4 batches and she gets a pound of meat food each day so it was only enough for 9 days. this is when i wish i had a 10 pound dog and not a 70pound dog. its a lot of work and i don't enjoy cooking at all. but i still do it for my baby girl. guess i'll get in the habit of doing it almost every week.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:06 am

Small intestine













5 hours bloody hell, I’m in agony after 5mins chopping veg, why are you cutting them up so small, dosent she need to crunch too keep her teeth healthy
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Fri Jun 15, 2018 3:26 am

endoscopoy












the recipe from the expert said to chop them to use in the meatloaf. actually the meat cleans the teeth better than the veggies. she must have had some reason. i give Abby a couple pieces of veggies besides what is in the loaf. and she gets a hard boiled egg with breakfast and a sardine with dinner. i used to give her fruit because its healthy and she loves it but because her gut has yeast, the sugar isn't good for her, so i had to cut back a lot. she gets a few raspberries with breakfast and i hide her pills in them. i had to get different treats for mom and i to give her because they all had some sugar in them. i see her again in 6 weeks so i'll do it her way and see how Abby does. she loves the food, so she is happy.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:12 am

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This new diet must be costing you a fortune
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Sat Jun 16, 2018 4:25 am

West Nile Virus.












not a fortune, but definitely more. but, like i said, she is worth it. it will be great when her body completely adjusts to this healthier food and she gets rid of her allergies and all the itching stops. those pills she is on for allergies are pretty expensive. i think its worth trying for several months. i'll have to watch for sales on what she eats.
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby Fud » Sat Jun 16, 2018 7:36 am

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It’s worth trying too see if it works
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Re: body parts, last letter game

Postby mocha » Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:00 am

Lacrimal artery












definitely. i have read that they are getting really good results with dogs with the holistic approach.
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