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    Like Brians mother there was a woman where I lived who was always attending these Spiritualist meetings.At on meeting the spiritualist said I am getting a message coming through for a Mary,she has a son Tom,a fair haired lad of 14.Mary jumped up that's me she said,well the message is said the spiritualist the boys father will die early morning on the 1st of September.She told her husband so when the date came all the family were sitting there waiting for the father to die.The hours passed,the husband got fed up and said that was a load of rubbish I'm going to have a cup of tea.He went to the front door to get the milk off the step and there was the milkman laying flat out on the step dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Brady View Post
    Like Brians mother there was a woman where I lived who was always attending these Spiritualist meetings.At on meeting the spiritualist said I am getting a message coming through for a Mary,she has a son Tom,a fair haired lad of 14.Mary jumped up that's me she said,well the message is said the spiritualist the boys father will die early morning on the 1st of September.She told her husband so when the date came all the family were sitting there waiting for the father to die.The hours passed,the husband got fed up and said that was a load of rubbish I'm going to have a cup of tea.He went to the front door to get the milk off the step and there was the milkman laying flat out on the step dead.
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    ###and i can verify that story jim that milkman was my uncle...lol cappy

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    When people said they were going on a tow job when first started offshore, thought they had a foot fetish. Never thought they could of been inferring they were going to suck someone's corns off. Is it teatime yet Marian ? JWS

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    No lunchtime again John
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    Quote Originally Posted by cappy View Post
    there was a woman used to stand outside the middle docks in shields did something similar.......cappy
    Hi Cappy.
    I not long had a cataract removed but I've never hear of one on that eye.
    Cheers Des

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    Hi John W.
    When we lived in Whangarei we kept getting phone calls from this woman who asked for a booking, she thought it was the foot clinic, we told her it was a private number, but she kept ringing, I'm sorry to say i was rude to her one day, next thing her husband rang and I told him she was ringing a private number, ok he said . Next day the phone rings and she's on again, so I said I'll make an appointment for you for 10am tomorrow, she thanked me, we never had another phone call. I'd have loved to have been at the foot clinic at ten the next day.
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    Why do people keep going back to the chiropidist?

    Simple, the corn man fixed the problem , the chiropidist works on the problem just enough not to cure so you have top go back.
    He has to make a living somehow.

    But if I recall there was once a member of the Royal family who had a thing about sucking toes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Des Taff Jenkins View Post
    Hi John W.
    When we lived in Whangarei I'd have loved to have been at the foot clinic at ten the next day.
    Cheers Des
    morning des ...in the next village to me is a pub called the bay horse ....there telephone number is very close to mine ...i keep getting calls saying is that the bay horse ....i always in a snickering voice say neigh.....it causes a good bit of humour......cappy
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    I remember the cornsucker coming aboard the Temple Lane,I thought Culcutta,but it may have been Bombay,in 1963.At least one of the crew used him and it seemed to work for him.The tool he used looked to me like a short cigarette holder!

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    Hi Archie.
    Maybe he used to smoke toes.
    Cheers Des

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