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cods eye chapter 3 1/2

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FluffyMummy123 Thu 16-Aug-07 13:44:58

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Gobbledigook Thu 16-Aug-07 13:46:05

what've you done to it? have missed earlier chapters

FluffyMummy123 Thu 16-Aug-07 13:48:20

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FluffyMummy123 Thu 16-Aug-07 13:48:46

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saltire Thu 16-Aug-07 13:53:37

You could get one like Mad-eye Moody in the Harry potter films, it spins in all directions and he can see out the back of his head, think of the fun you could have

FluffyMummy123 Thu 16-Aug-07 15:48:30

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Whooosh Thu 16-Aug-07 15:52:07

"something in your eye"?????

That will be the two fingers or sharp stick which seem to get shoved your way occasionally

FluffyMummy123 Thu 16-Aug-07 18:58:44

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deaconblue Thu 16-Aug-07 20:20:54

Hey you'll be Big Mo from our teaching days (kids used to say her eye was glass, do you remember???)

ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:23:59

Is this STILL going on?

Who are you waiting to see?

I can't bear the thought of you sitting there weeping daily. It doesn't seem right.

Mind you, a glass eye? This could be fun. It could swivel unnervingly.

ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:26:33

You could get it in another colour OR you could get a range of colours to match your weirdy autumn shoes and handbags.

See. Every cloud and all that.

Rhubarb Thu 16-Aug-07 20:27:40


VeniVidiVickiQV Thu 16-Aug-07 20:32:29

I work with a lady who has a glass eye. Its cool!

could it be like an impetigo type infection?

ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:37:49

Oh no VVV, it's an old swimming pool injury we think. <health expert emoticon>

I've tried to her to re-create the incident to find out which eye it is. I have come up with some excellent suggestions to capture that special communal changing room atmosphere - but she isn't playing.

Oh no.

Rhubarb Thu 16-Aug-07 20:38:40

<takes notes and lurks>

ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:39:20

Rhubarb. STOP IT. I've apologised and explained and everything.

Rhubarb Thu 16-Aug-07 20:40:08

I know! Just teasing!

ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:41:26

Yes, I know.

It's not good this though is it? I'll have to play dumb more. I'm telling you it's an infliction. Almost as this poor ladies eye business really.

Rhubarb Thu 16-Aug-07 20:42:34

I will probably remember you now though you see!

Which you may or may not think is a good thing.

ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:44:36


themildmanneredjanitor Thu 16-Aug-07 20:45:17

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ahundredtimes Thu 16-Aug-07 20:47:23

LOL. Will she need that rictus grin to keep the thing in do you think?

FluffyMummy123 Fri 17-Aug-07 09:53:02

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MrsJohnCusack Fri 17-Aug-07 10:20:26

oooh glass eyes
in the last show I played in before I left the UK, I was merrily playing along on my sax (I think it was The SUn Has GOt His Hat On, show was Me and My Girl) when there was a little ping as something hit my sax and landed between my feet

When I had a look, it turned out to be the glass eye belonging to an ancient old man in the front row.

QUite unnerving. but a good trick

ahundredtimes Fri 17-Aug-07 11:03:57

lol. Oh I think this glass eye could be a go-er Cod.

Rhubarb was stalking me and lurking because I frightened her with my unnecessarily good memory, and she thinks I met her mother. Is a long story.

how eye today?

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