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Heyho

Jeez they gave you what

When I was a kid and had a scrape my grandma would open the jar of foul smelling white cream and smear it on my cut. Seem to do the trick like, especially if it had gone a bit nasty - used to draw out the badness.

Years later I remembered what they called this stuff - Udsel. And I found out what it was for - teat infections in cattle.

Charming

LOL
Grind

Well, I guess that's what happens if you insist on making holes to accommodate your oversized nipple rings with rusty skewers....
Frazier Cranium

Definitely a comment from someone who know far too much about such issues methinks
Heyho

Grind wrote:
Well, I guess that's what happens if you insist on making holes to accommodate your oversized nipple rings with rusty skewers....


Sod that, sounds far too painful.

The one in my bell end was painful enough.
Grind

Heyho wrote:
Grind wrote:
Well, I guess that's what happens if you insist on making holes to accommodate your oversized nipple rings with rusty skewers....


Sod that, sounds far too painful.

The one in my bell end was painful enough.


Doctors do that to you at birth. For a bit of a laugh. And to let the wee out.
Late Doors

Anyone else used to get a spit wash ?
Plastic Man

Late Doors wrote:
Anyone else used to get a spit wash ?


Do you  mean a spit on handkerchief job? From distant memory, yes. In my early youth, and limited to removing the worst of the grime off one's face prior to one's presentation to Grandmama.

Though I would imagine in Dewsbury that the all-over body spit wash may still be the primary form of weekly ablutions.
Grind

Just ensure they're not "greeners" 'cos that's just plain wrong.

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