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teapot2 wrote: »
LOL :rotfl: that makes complete sense and eeew to rat urine on food. I always wipe over the lids of tins before I open them. I did have visions of you sticking all the shopping in the dishwasher though
Hope you enjoyed the walk and reconnected with folk there :cool:
Noella wrote: »
I hope you enjoyed the walk. I wish our local council did them.
I was curious about your cleaning the shopping but didn't like to ask:o. Now all has been revealed and it's perfectly logical:T
:eek::eek::eek:to the rat urine on goods in shops but I don't think anyone can catch Weil's Disease unless the urine is still wet and enters the body via a cut or something. I know someone who had it and he was literally at death's door for a while. He's now fully recovered but can bore for Britain about it:rotfl:. Maybe there are other nasties one can catch even if the urine is dry though:think:.
earthgirl wrote: »
I don't think you are mad. I think we all have a few odd habits that make sense to us!
Karmacat wrote: »
you :rotfl:.... I'm definitely an outlier on the Bell curve in this respect, thats for sure That means I'm odd, btw, but I'm going to carry on
apple_muncher wrote: »
And I'd just assumed that there was a missing comma!
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