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    12 yo step-son didn't know how to lock the door on his fathers old ute. He'd only ever been in a car with central locking.

    As you can probably tell we rarely lock the thing.




    Who here had an 80's perm??

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeiLuver View Post
    You really should try the Teena brand, holds all nicely when you cough or fart. Anti-wrinkle creams I have laid on as I'm an Avon rep etc with that company. It is a falacy (sp) if when busting for a leak, it is said to stop, bend over and scratch the back of your leg, you forget you are busting to get to the loo, WRONG - it dont work.
    Now, coughing, farting and even sneezing I can just about cope with. My 5 year old's trampoline though - different story

    He's like "Why do you keep stopping Mommy?"

    Any of us more mature ladies ever tried jumping on one of those things? Not only does it feel like you're going to wet yourself, it feels like your insides are about fall out

    You littlies think I'm joking!!
    The best things in life, aren't things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkay View Post
    Now, coughing, farting and even sneezing I can just about cope with. My 5 year old's trampoline though - different story

    He's like "Why do you keep stopping Mommy?"

    Any of us more mature ladies ever tried jumping on one of those things? Not only does it feel like you're going to wet yourself, it feels like your insides are about fall out

    You littlies think I'm joking!!
    If this is whats gonna greet me when I turn old... well, sh!t. I'm doomed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkay View Post
    Now, coughing, farting and even sneezing I can just about cope with. My 5 year old's trampoline though - different story

    He's like "Why do you keep stopping Mommy?"

    Any of us more mature ladies ever tried jumping on one of those things? Not only does it feel like you're going to wet yourself, it feels like your insides are about fall out

    You littlies think I'm joking!!
    We recently got a trampoline for me to exercise on! I swear it's one of the best and most fun ways to lose weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masha View Post
    If this is whats gonna greet me when I turn old... well, sh!t. I'm doomed
    TURN old? Who decides what age you TURN old?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    TURN old? Who decides what age you TURN old?
    iunno. For me right now, 30+ is old.
    Maybe when Im actually 30+ I wont think it is... but for now xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    We recently got a trampoline for me to exercise on! I swear it's one of the best and most fun ways to lose weight.
    Yes, but hopefully not literally
    The best things in life, aren't things

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    I do want to lose weight *I missed the joke*

    I'm basing old on what is double my life span. So if you are thirty four or older,you are old. This way I can still date the oldER guys, plus I never have to grow old with my system

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    Nothing like having kids to bugger up down below. Strange how we can write "bugger" but not "sh!t". Very selective rude word filter.

    Anyway - for bladder control if you haven't got a fistula (if you have, you need a surgeon, they can fix) practice stopping and starting while you're on the loo, every day. Try to get at least 10 "repeats" in each session. But don't worry if the first couple of times you try seems like a complete loss, it will get there. And never ever pee in the shower or the pool because that just ruins control / muscle tone.

    This thread reminds me of the "wimmins" thread that attracted all the boys in the forum. Now I'm off to the young person's thread to tell them the bad news about blackheads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Nothing like having kids to bugger up down below. Strange how we can write "bugger" but not "sh!t". Very selective rude word filter.

    Anyway - for bladder control if you haven't got a fistula (if you have, you need a surgeon, they can fix) practice stopping and starting while you're on the loo, every day. Try to get at least 10 "repeats" in each session. But don't worry if the first couple of times you try seems like a complete loss, it will get there. And never ever pee in the shower or the pool because that just ruins control / muscle tone.

    This thread reminds me of the "wimmins" thread that attracted all the boys in the forum. Now I'm off to the young person's thread to tell them the bad news about blackheads.
    Too late! steamed all the little suckers away last night! Baby smooth skin here I come

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