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killer?
im not a killer!!!
he just died at the same time i pushed him, its just one of those every day coincidence
lmao.
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dam, i missed out the pulse.

"just below the rib cage" - well u tell me what that bits called then, mr know it all.
try mrs/ms/miss
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dam, i missed out the pulse.

"just below the rib cage" - well u tell me what that bits called then, mr know it all.
Miss

It's the centre of the rib cage, three finger widths up from the point where the 2 ribs meet or in the middle between the nipples.

And you need to emphasise to push only a couple of inches using where your hand joins your wrist - using fingers or fists is likely to break ribs.

It's easier to link to a website that lists basic first aid ABCs with diagrams.
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Miss

It's the centre of the rib cage, three finger widths up from the point where the 2 ribs meet or in the middle between the nipples.

And you need to emphasise to push only a couple of inches using where your hand joins your wrist - using fingers or fists is likely to break ribs.

It's easier to link to a website that lists basic first aid ABCs with diagrams.
nice. what do u do?
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Miss

It's the centre of the rib cage, three finger widths up from the point where the 2 ribs meet or in the middle between the nipples.

And you need to emphasise to push only a couple of inches using where your hand joins your wrist - using fingers or fists is likely to break ribs.

It's easier to link to a website that lists basic first aid ABCs with diagrams.
i take it uve done a cpr course or sumtin like that den
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Why you bothering if this person did kill someone then they are in the s**t but if not then they have taken you for a ride.
Ring 999 if you have!
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nice. what do u do?
I work in a uni.

But I was Liverpool and District Ladies Lifesaving Champion for 3 yrs when I was 15-18. And my mum is a swimming/lifesaving instructor.
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I work in a uni.

But I was Liverpool and District Ladies Lifesaving Champion for 3 yrs when I was 15-18. And my mum is a swimming/lifesaving instructor.
wow
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I work in a uni.

But I was Liverpool and District Ladies Lifesaving Champion for 3 yrs when I was 15-18. And my mum is a swimming/lifesaving instructor.
cool.did ne1 try and make u give them mouth to mouth but jus wanted to try it on.or is that jus on tv?
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cool.did ne1 try and make u give them mouth to mouth but jus wanted to try it on.or is that jus on tv?
=D
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cool.did ne1 try and make u give them mouth to mouth but jus wanted to try it on.or is that jus on tv?
that's just on tv...and I was never a lifeguard (that involves far too much dealing with filthy people who dump dirty nappies in the changing room for my taste)...it was always just a hobby and something I thought important enough to be good at.
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that's just on tv...and I was never a lifeguard (that involves far too much dealing with filthy people who dump dirty nappies in the changing room for my taste)...it was always just a hobby and something I thought important enough to be good at.
just a hobby... so got frils frm it then
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that's just on tv...and I was never a lifeguard (that involves far too much dealing with filthy people who dump dirty nappies in the changing room for my taste)...it was always just a hobby and something I thought important enough to be good at.
well i dont no what to say.the whole nappies thing sounds a bit grim.but yeah dats cool
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just a hobby... so got frils frm it then
Yeah - there's nothing that turns me on more than kissing a rescusi-annie that tastes of antisceptic :rolleyes:
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wars a rescusi-annie??is this the new lifegaurd slang or sumtin
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wars a rescusi-annie??is this the new lifegaurd slang or sumtin
It's one of these lookers. A fake rubber person which you can practice proper resuscitation on to check your technique is safe.

Note the lovely grey tracksuit.
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can you????
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It's one of these lookers. A fake rubber person which you can practice proper resuscitation on to check your technique is safe.

Note the lovely grey tracksuit.
very very very nice!!!!
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