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    One of my appointments this week and may finish up likewise John . Would have had no problems if still had a dog as would just have followed him , he was a good sniffer. I refuse point blank if have to do my own sniffing . JS
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    Only problem with Prostate out is baller function.
    Have to go more often, there are two valves in that part of the body, when the Prostate comes out so does one of the valves.
    But you soon learn where to go, I know every tree and public toilet within a 300 klm radius of where we live.
    My dog has a similar knowledge plus lamp posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Gill View Post
    My dog has a similar knowledge plus lamp posts.
    That reminds me of something I saw many years ago John, I was at BT, working right next to a lamp post, I had noticed the plate covering the electrics was missing,
    along came a dog, had a good sniff and lifted his leg and peed straight onto the lamp post electrics, there was a bloody great yelp and the dog shot off with its tail
    between its legs, cheers.

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    #1. We all get to a start of it at least with age. I believe I have but still does not stop me being aware of it in other people especially those close to you. However if today one can get free viagra to help combat it , instead of trying to hide it from the specialists who want you on their lists by playing I spy with my little eye , think I may play to lose. Cheers JS.
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    At least it may give some bloke a reason to take viagra

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Gill View Post
    The last occasion I experienced a sensation of tumescence was when Geoff Hurst netted the winner in '66.
    Yeah that was a terrific game, Alf Ramsey's boys did us proud, that game and the result lifted the nation and as you will know, was followed by much merry making Lol, cheers.

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    Well I;m glad I choose to have Radiation treatment rather that the op, been 22 years now and all I have to do is have an implant in the stomach every three months, touch wood I have lived a normal life and other than age related things like eyesight getting a little poor have led a normal life, I never even think about it.
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    Des, I could have had similar treatment but warned that if it did not work there would be nothing else they could do due to scaring left by the treatment.
    Know one guy who had nuclear seeds put in, no good and another who had radio therapy and that did no good.
    His went rather rapidly up his spine and he fell off the perch.
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    Hi John.
    Well I must have been lucky, I'm still up on the perch tweeting. Still working like a Peggy, just wiped all the window sills, dusted, and then vacuumed.
    cheers Des
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    I’ve got Silver Chain coming in to do that in an hours time whilst I scoot off to see a heart specialist have had high blood pressure since 15 and no one believes me. Only when got to 62 and the shipping doctor in Fremantle wouldn’t pass me until it came down and forced me to take tablets to get down, was when the inconvenience started. he’s a long time dead now and was younger than me , maybe he gave me his tablets by mistake . JS

    PS as an aside Des looking at my birth certificate it was registered in Brosley Shropshire , and yet my mother always reckoned I was born in Wales , I know we lived in the Iron Bridge area as I was told by my father. Maybe she crossed the border to have me , or she maybe bought off a gypsy together with the clothes pegs to hang the nappies up with. JS….
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