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cods eye part FOUR - stand by

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FluffyMummy123 Wed 19-Sep-07 09:51:15

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brimfull Wed 19-Sep-07 09:52:09

oh,that's exciting ,have you been before

my eye watering today

bloody annoying

FluffyMummy123 Wed 19-Sep-07 09:52:33

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brimfull Wed 19-Sep-07 09:53:48

I think I have a blocked tear duct,but not that possible I wonder

Have you no syptoms to show them today

FluffyMummy123 Wed 19-Sep-07 09:54:13

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themildmanneredjanitor Wed 19-Sep-07 09:54:38

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FluffyMummy123 Wed 19-Sep-07 09:55:16

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oliveoil Wed 19-Sep-07 09:56:24

I remember when my mum took me in to see someone as they thought I had a lazy eye, and they took one look at my mum and examined her instead (have I told you this before?)

she has a wonky eye, maybe I will inherit hmm

how is ds3?

FluffyMummy123 Wed 19-Sep-07 09:57:43

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FluffyMummy123 Wed 19-Sep-07 18:13:09

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