Have you got piggy flu?
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Posted 2009-05-13 10:37 AM (#19903)
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If not- get your free piggy flu here...

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Posted 2009-05-13 5:48 PM (#19909 - in reply to #19903)
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Posted 2009-05-13 9:54 PM (#19910 - in reply to #19909)
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LMAO!- Good one.

Joke...

A Scotsman walking through a field, sees a man drinking water from a pool with his hand. 
The Scotsman man shouts ' Awa ye feel hoor that√Ęs full O√Ę coos Sharn'

(Don't drink the water, it's full of cow s ** t.)
The man shouts back 'I'm English, Speak English, I don't understand you'.
The Scotsman man shouts back 'Use both hands, you'll get more in.' 

marty
Posted 2009-05-19 6:38 PM (#20007 - in reply to #19910)
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LOL - here's one back 'at ya'.................



A Scotsman man walks into a bank in Glasgow and asks for the loan officer. He tells the loan officer that he is going to Australia on business for two weeks and needs to borrow £5,000.

The bank officer tells him that the bank will need some form of security for the loan, so the canny Scott lad hands over the keys and documents of new Ferrari parked on the street in front of the bank. He produces the Log Book and everything checks out. The loan officer agrees to accept the car as collateral for the loan.


The bank's Manager and its officers all enjoy a good laugh at the rough looking Scott for using a £120,000 Ferrari as collateral against a £5000 loan. An employee of the bank then drives the Ferrari into the bank's underground garage and parks it there.

Two weeks later, the Scotsman returns, repays the £5,000 and the interest, which comes to £15.41. The loan officer says "Sir, we are very happy to have had your business and this transaction has worked out very nicely, but we are a little puzzled. While you were away, we checked you out and found that you are a multi millionaire. What puzzles us is, why would you bother to borrow "£5,000" ?


"Where else in Glasgow can I park my car for 2 weeks for only ¬£15.41 and expect it to be there when I return‚ÄĚ

Ah, the mind of the Scotsman.......This is why we survive !!!!



Cedit crunch........what credit crunch, we've always worried about the pennies!!??

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Posted 2009-05-19 10:09 PM (#20011 - in reply to #19903)
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god that's funny
Jim Hudson
Posted 2009-06-21 9:05 PM (#20483 - in reply to #19903)
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All thease are great ! Ahh That flu -- all over the place here in Florida , I had that as well , I think that was what it was , was making my stomach sick for a week , untill a pharmasist down here told me if I didnt eat anything for 24 hours and stayed well hydrated and took no Ibuprofin, It would kill the bug off- It seems to have worked --still waiting to be sure
marty
Posted 2009-06-22 2:00 PM (#20488 - in reply to #20483)
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Posted 2009-06-23 12:02 PM (#20513 - in reply to #19903)
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Good one Marty! Good case of "what you dont know" hun? as ive found down here pigs "hogs" can be viscious wow !
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Posted 2009-11-08 8:38 PM (#22307 - in reply to #19903)
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LOL I love all the jokes on here!!
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Posted 2009-11-10 4:42 PM (#22320 - in reply to #19903)
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Heya Jim
Hope you're back on the mend. Good chance you didn't have swine flu (H1N1) if the only presentation was vomiting, nausea, headache and poss. fever. Those are more consistent with a whole family of other viruses, most notably, Norovirus--this is the same bug made famous by the cruise ships a few years back. Comes on quick, lasts about 24-48hrs, and is mostly a stomach bug. It lives on surfaces, so be sure you wipe down well once you're feeling better. Like all bugs, the best defense is good handwashing and avoiding sick folks.

Swine Flu present just like normal influenza--it's primarily upper respiratory. Cough, sore throat, fever, headache, muscle aches. It can have nausea/vomiting but that is less common. (the term: stomach flu is a colloquial expression--officially, there is no actual stomach "flu")

I myself came down with a wicked cold two days ago after Plymouth--there are a lot of really nasty bugs going around right now, in addition to H1N1.

loved all the jokes by the way!
Terry
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Posted 2009-11-10 8:05 PM (#22323 - in reply to #22320)
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Armadillo - 2009-11-10 4:42 PM

Heya Jim
Hope you're back on the mend. Good chance you didn't have swine flu (H1N1) if the only presentation was vomiting, nausea, headache and poss. fever. Those are more consistent with a whole family of other viruses, most notably, Norovirus--this is the same bug made famous by the cruise ships a few years back. Comes on quick, lasts about 24-48hrs, and is mostly a stomach bug. It lives on surfaces, so be sure you wipe down well once you're feeling better. Like all bugs, the best defense is good handwashing and avoiding sick folks.


Swine Flu present just like normal influenza--it's primarily upper respiratory. Cough, sore throat, fever, headache, muscle aches. It can have nausea/vomiting but that is less common. (the term: stomach flu is a colloquial expression--officially, there is no actual stomach "flu")

I myself came down with a wicked cold two days ago after Plymouth--there are a lot of really nasty bugs going around right now, in addition to H1N1.

loved all the jokes by the way!
Terry


Thank you Terry , Its amazzing and great having friends like you and all my other great friends here as well , Thank god I actually feel great now -- Generally really healthy in life -- dont know about that virus or what I had - was working in a place called Indiantown Florida - mostly Latin american residents -hard to tell you know? -- Yea a "little" ? out of place for me - Hobe sound's cool ,but Trying to work my way back home as in NY State . I miss my friends there so much ! . I really wanted to enter the Shiprocked thing on House of hair , but was worried about the $ problem -- got to fix that somehow.--Thank you for the wonderfull thoughts, means a lot.-- Wish we could get Limes to post more of these articals - Luv em . + Glad your feeling better -- You got it my friend washing hands and keeping them away from mouth , eyes etc helps . Best wishes -- Your Pal -- Jim ( not doing what the kid in Marty's picture probably helps)? ---

Edited by Jim Hudson 2009-11-10 8:27 PM