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  1. Kaykaykay

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    Even without smell, couldn't you see that you were cooking an SOS pad? And even if not, wouldn't not being able to cut it normally be a giveaway? Why would you reach the point of steel wool bits in your mouth? Weird. Maybe she was just too old to live on her own by then.

    If I could change anything through life, I would rewind and buy stocks like Microsoft, Apple and Starbucks when they were way cheaper, for obvious reasons.

    My question: What would you do with a $1 million windfall?
     
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  2. squib

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    Hey, tell me how your brain works when you are 104 years old! :)
     
  3. Kaykaykay

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    If I'm still alive, I'll let you know. But the point was that lack of smell wasn't her only problem if she managed to almost eat an SOS pad. If we're lucky, we'll all live to be old and independent. But I hope that I won't be so old and alone if I can't tell that I'm about to scarf down a Brillo pad.
     
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    I'm sorry if I mislead you. She didn't eat it! As soon as she put in on her plate and stuck the fork in it she knew it was an SOS pad! :) sorry if I wasn't clear!
     
  5. Kaykaykay

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    That's weird, because you wrote this:

    " ... and until she started feeling stainless steel bits in her mouth did not have a clue she was cooking an IPS PAD!"

    Oh well, memory goes first, they say.
     
  6. squib

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    Yes, I realise now, looking back thirty years , I messed up the details. My point was if she had her sense of smell she would have known sooner. AGAIN,I am very, very, very,SORRY to have misled you! Sincerely, Squib.
     
  7. The OB

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    http://www.akubra.com.au/

    That's got to be the good ol' Oz Akubra!
    Andrew
    EDIT: Sorry guys, go on with your questions:)

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  8. Kaykaykay

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    Getting back to thread:

    Skimonkey's question was (before interruption): What's you're favorite fruit?

    I'll answer: Mine are cherries.

    So my question: What would you do with a $1 million windfall?
     
  9. squib

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    Yes, that IS the name! I have had it so long I forgot! Thanks!
    Guess I had better answer and giVe a question to avoid going off topic!
    If I had a million $ I would give it away.
    My question is what is ( was ) your favourite year of your life so far?
     
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  10. J. A.

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    This year. :)

    Which place would you like to visit?
     

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