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Old Jan 19th 2006, 2:20 pm
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Originally Posted by debbiemc
bugger off this is serious heart wrenching stuff!
I think retching might be more appropriate (when used in conjunction with the word stomach).
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 2:22 pm
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Originally Posted by DunRoaminTheUK
I think retching might be more appropriate (when used in conjunction with the word stomach).

yup, i know the difference between wrenching and retching thank you very much, also that the heart and stomach are 2 different organs!!!
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 2:25 pm
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Originally Posted by debbiemc
yup, i know the difference between wrenching and retching thank you very much, also that the heart and stomach are 2 different organs!!!
I wasn't lying when I summarised what happens a bit further on from now BTW....It's exactly how it happened (except their them music and titles are different to ours).
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 4:22 pm
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Originally Posted by wargod
Call me sad but who dies in the plane crash...cant wait to find out

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I havent watched neighbours for ages but I am totally addicted to Home & Away. Am I the only one who loves it?
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 4:27 pm
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I havent watched neighbours for ages but I am totally addicted to Home & Away. Am I the only one who loves it?

No, totally addicted to that too.
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 4:35 pm
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Originally Posted by WendyC
No, totally addicted to that too.

all we need then is to speak to someone who is already in Oz who can tell us whats happening now.

Anyone know whats happening pweeeeez?
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Originally Posted by Clippies
Lol you and me both! When I was pregnant (nearly 5 years ago) I used to cry at everything remotely sad - never used to be like that before. Now I do cry at a lot of sad things on tv - my husband just looks at me like I've lost the plot.....maybe he's right

LOL! ME too....I rememebr when I was pregnant with my daughter (now 7) watching Vets in Practice and SOBBING like the end of the world was coming b/c they put a hamster down. My husband had to leave the room as he was laughing his arse off!
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 9:16 pm
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LOL! ME too....I rememebr when I was pregnant with my daughter (now 7) watching Vets in Practice and SOBBING like the end of the world was coming b/c they put a hamster down. My husband had to leave the room as he was laughing his arse off!
Lol, I dunno these blokes got no sympathy have they
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 9:19 pm
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Originally Posted by Jessica Rabbit
I havent watched neighbours for ages but I am totally addicted to Home & Away. Am I the only one who loves it?
I prefer Home and Away actually, and just read somewhere today that there's a spin off show being made. Apparently it's called something like Headland!!
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 10:57 pm
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Sorry, but none of these current ones are a patch on A Country Practice and The Sullivans. Obligatory viewing in those days LOL
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Old Jan 19th 2006, 10:59 pm
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No I haven't read the last bit and I don't want to know but I really liked the plane crash thought it was good telly.

So, anyway, hows the weather in Aus lol

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Old Jan 19th 2006, 11:03 pm
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Did anyone ever watch the old American sit-com 'Soap'? Now that was a classic of it's time - Billy Crystal before he became 'famous', Benson the butler, Bert abducted by Aliens - much more believable than Eastenders, Coronation St et al.
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Yeah that was a fantastic programme and I just love how you put et al at the end of it.

lol University, I can feel the Harvard Referencing coming on again lol

Sorry I have had a glass of wine or six
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Originally Posted by lacey21
Yeah that was a fantastic programme and I just love how you put et al at the end of it.

lol University, I can feel the Harvard Referencing coming on again lol

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How far are Australia ahead of the U.K?
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