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    (Original post by ~U~Teedy~U~)
    There is a very small risk, ulcers or no...And what about spontaneous chafing?? :eek:

    On an interesting sidenote, HIV is present in saliva, just not in quantities large enough to be a danger...

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    yes and necrotizing facsiitis exists in most people's bodies but again not enough of it to cause any damage.

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    yes and necrotizing facsiitis exists in most people's bodies but again not enough of it to cause any damage.

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    hehe talking of flesh-eating, my Dad used to tell me stories of when he was in the army in Libya or somewhere about spiders who would inject some kind of anaesthetic int ocamels and then eat their flesh...Apparently you'd come back and find half your camel missing :eek: :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by ~U~Teedy~U~)
    hehe talking of flesh-eating, my Dad used to tell me stories of when he was in the army in Libya or somewhere about spiders who would inject some kind of anaesthetic int ocamels and then eat their flesh...Apparently you'd come back and find half your camel missing :eek: :rolleyes:

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    I guess that matters more if you have a dromedary rather than a bactrian.

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    (Original post by ~U~Teedy~U~)
    hehe talking of flesh-eating, my Dad used to tell me stories of when he was in the army in Libya or somewhere about spiders who would inject some kind of anaesthetic int ocamels and then eat their flesh...Apparently you'd come back and find half your camel missing :eek: :rolleyes:

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    :eek: :eek: :eek:

    and why would it make a a difference how many humps it had, if half of its been eaten?
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    (Original post by scarlet ibis)
    :eek: :eek: :eek:

    and why would it make a a difference how many humps it had, if half of its been eaten?

    cos there'd be more of it left for you to still ride (even posssible a whole hump)

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    (Original post by musicboy)
    I guess that matters more if you have a dromedary rather than a bactrian.

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    haha Well as I said, this was Libya, so the camels were almost certainly dromedary :rolleyes:

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    Camels....wtf???? :confused:

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    Do keep up Geoff!

    Do you give blood btw?
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    (Original post by Acaila)
    Do keep up Geoff!

    Do you give blood btw?
    I cannae keep up!!! It moves so quickly!!!!

    And...no..i don't currently give blood...when i was in school...it was never the right time to give blood....with rugby an all...you're not allowed to exercise strenuously for a week or two after giving blood i think.

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    Really? I'd be surprised at that.
    Never knew you were a rugby player
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    (Original post by Acaila)
    Do keep up Geoff!

    Do you give blood btw?

    Acaila, do we really have to keep hearing about your experiences of having someone stick something long and ponited into you,

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    (Original post by Acaila)
    Really? I'd be surprised at that.
    Never knew you were a rugby player
    Yeah..i think you can't give blood and then go and do exercise....seeing as they've just drained you of red blood cells...you need time to recover.

    And yes....i am/was a rugby player....seemed the ideal sport for me...being short and wide!!!

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    Always fancied women's rugby myself. Considering how dangerous I was at hockey and shinty (used to play defence (or sometimes goalie) and I would run screaming at the opposition and whack very very hard )
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    Acaila, do we really have to keep hearing about your experiences of having someone stick something long and ponited into you,

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    Long and pointed...or short and fat???

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    (Original post by Acaila)
    I would run screaming at the opposition and whack very very hard )

    with that description and you being Scottish it sounds like curling is the sport for you.

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    (Original post by Acaila)
    Always fancied women's rugby myself. Considering how dangerous I was at hockey and shinty (used to play defence (or sometimes goalie) and I would run screaming at the opposition and whack very very hard )
    Lol..rugby is a really fun sport to play....i never really liked the training..but i loved the matches soooo much..especially the close ones.....if you won them...if you lost them...then you just felt like crap after..lol

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    It would be confusing to get the hang of though I think
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    with that description and you being Scottish it sounds like curling is the sport for you.

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    Lol..and what a sport it is!! I watched that on telly at the winter olympics....classic telly!!!

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    (Original post by Acaila)
    It would be confusing to get the hang of though I think
    Curling...or rugby??

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    Lol..and what a sport it is!! I watched that on telly at the winter olympics....classic telly!!!

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    the guardian gave two classicc descriptions: "Figure skating forugly people" and "housework on ice"

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