Re: E to I (or is this just NZ?)
86 posts • joined 12 Jun 2007
.. They'd turn up in A&E with a variety of things hidden up there, it was amazing that, to a man, they all said
" I accidentally sat on it "
So where do I put the loaves and fishes?
They would work perfectly well until they're needed.
... Gerbilist ?
But remember, one slip and you get the sack.
It's only binge drinking if you stop
You didn't by any chance contribute to the customer reviews for Veet for Men on Amazon, did you?
... Or will that be breaking the law too ?
It's the only program that my cat watches
My (online) bank has never asked for a password change, in about 15 years of use, yet my NHS email account forces a change every 90 days.
Why does changing my password make the email address more secure? Or is it just a ploy to keep IT staff employed doing exciting things like resetting the account, when I get locked out because one copy of Outlook isn't updated quickly enough?
Pardon my ignorance, but wasn't the pound (£) originally simply the worth of that a pound (lb) in Sterling silver?
No pills will help THAT
No-one has mentioned Roboform - generates random passwords like 9qQWqNflgU^KP@qp , stores them on the PC and protects them with a single master password.
Provided the master password is good, is that not safe enough?
Actually, the NHS owns and pays for every PC in every GP practice, and has done since the contract changed in 2004. If they don't know how many PCs they own and support, well.... I'm not surprised.
And I've been asking about an upgrade from XP since August 2013 - 36 PCs in my practice. That's only £4,500 that the taxpayer is wasting on my practice in this year because the NHS didn't get their fingers out.
1783 days until I can retire
Nothing of the sort. The NHS recognises that Alcohol is a drug.
The politicians won't because then they'd have ethical problems in taxing alcohol (and nicotine),
"Radioactive dye" - That'll make it easy to see the wood at night...
Maybe radio-opaque dye
It's in the Xmas edition of the BMJ. That's a journal internationally-recognised for the quality of their articles, but in the Xmas edition, the standards are relaxed a little . Think Ig Nobel, and you'll be spot-on.
Or would Sir Samuel Meadow actually be Professor Sir Roy Meadow?
... will I suddenly need a haircut?
It's "Holistic", not "Wholistic"
What is the world coming to?
The definition of Macho is the man who jogs home afterwards.
Unless Flossie is very, VERY thin, I suspect that she takes up a number of cubic feet
Many GP surgeries ( including my own) allow patients full read-only access to their full medical records
and login with my Smart Arse.
We'd ALL rather she went naked...
Playmobil, or it didn't happen
That is all
I could advise on how much cleavage is" too much"?
What abou 668 then? I mean, who would want to live next door to 666?
The correct response, which I have used for a number of years, is
"I am breathtaking, thank you"
Don't Australians know what a blow-up woman is for?
Education standards are slipping, everywhere
Cigarette and cuppa included, I presume?
came frrom a Major Berk, of Nigerian army.
You couldn''t make it up
You lot have way too much spare time
... where's the Playmobil reconstruction?
I've always wanted to be a mobile phone....
I presume that you exclude the moderatrix from this.
I'm sure she's far above average
"buggery of a donkey between February 2 and February 5, 1999, and buggery of a horse between March 15 and 18, 2004"
How did he make it last so long?
Please, no Playmobil
... How much extra does that cost?
Please excuse me for a minute or two
Surely you mean the Daily Wail ?
.... the playmobile
> And I keep personally thinking of a female suicide bomber concealing the goods in a dildo or vibrator already "well seated". .<
Please send pictures.... I think it would be difficult to do this in Playmobil, unless the moderatrix would like to prove me wrong... please?
It wasn't that sack that I was referring to