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    Regarding entrance/exit my wife said she left via a side exit. I've voluntarily waited in the car park when going for blood tests as there are three practices in the centre so it can get pretty busy at times. I'll do the same for the flu jab and just hope it's dry as I don't drive. Thanks for the info on different flu jabs Starbright. It appears to be a bureaucratic thing with their cut-off date. Even though I'm not 65 for another six months I come into their category of 65 by the end of winter. Born three weeks later and I'd have had it same time as my wife.

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    Just an update on my post of 22/9 re bowel test. Got the all clear this morning. Re-do in two years. Worth all the embarrassment of doing to get peace of mind.

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    Great news ................

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    2 weeks on and not got my 'shit-kit' yet, if it doesn't turn up maybe I'll just wipe with the letter and send that back in a plastic bag.
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    Well that's one way to get it fast tracked

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    So fast that there are skid marks.
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    Kit box came through the door at half three this afternoon.

    Not opened it yet - I've put it on my 'To-DooDoo' list.

    (This thread has become toilet humor - as Flymo once said about a similar subject on here 'shit happens').
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    I thought Flymo was a lawnmower

    A bit of sillyness goes a long way these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarBright View Post
    I thought Flymo was a lawnmower
    Flymo was a regular, prolific, contributor here who helped a lot of people, the PIP 'Sticky' thread is one of his.
    https://www.youreable.com/forums/sho...me-reflections

    He stopped posting a few years ago, partly for health/personal reasons, and partly to concentrate on his final year of a law degree.
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    Arh!

    hope he is doing well

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