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Old 16th May 2020, 10:42 AM
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In these uncertain times it's worrying when people vanish out of sight. Smeggie hasn't checked in for a few days now, and didn't he post a short while back that he and his family weren't feeling 100%?
Has he gone off in a huff or something?
Hope he's OK

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Smeg not dead yet...

But not far off.

Baby is teething...

Knackered Smeg

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Thank you for popping up Smeg.
You can go back to tend baby now

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Yes, I remember babies teething. .....I hope your sense of humour holds up. I found rubbing the gums with a little good whisky helps, and of corset a little sip for Dad too.

Don't get too gummed up.


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Teething was always a bigger issue to my wife than to me. Oddly, the onset of teething seems to coincide with the onset of weaning.

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Yes, I remember babies teething. ....I found rubbing the gums with a little good whisky helps...
My mum had an old book on child rearing that recommended giving the little teething tyke some laudanum.

That's a tincture of opium for you youngsters...

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