Blood risk for UK soldiers and civilians

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  1. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Re: Read this!

    Read it, stared at the middle until I saw the white spot, then saw a 3D unicorn. Was that the right answer?!

    Surely you should be out looking for a new girlfriend, rather than sitting indoors, reading the Torygraph online?!

    8O :?
  2. Re: Read this!

    Thanks but i am not that well at the moment.
  3. Never a good idea to have a defence correspondant gining information about medical conditions!!!

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  4. Re: Read this!

    Must keep off the wets mate! :lol:

    Read the Grauniad instead... you'll feel much better, and being better at feeling will make you more receptive or more responsive to the lasses you meet under your lid when you've joined up! ;)

    Best cure for man flu: lie in bed all day and get mum/girlfriend/other gullible female to bring you hot drinks, soup, paracetamol and an inflatable women in the shape (& colour) of a RIB! Try not to fall off! :biggrin:

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