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Is my breathing ok?

(19 Posts)
Rhubarb Sat 13-Sep-08 14:08:33

Have a listen, what do you think?

PuzzleRocks Sat 13-Sep-08 14:10:40

You lot are mad. This is hilarious.

JuneBugJen Sat 13-Sep-08 14:11:33

I think you need a lung-ectomy. Stat.

palaver Sat 13-Sep-08 14:13:03

sounds a little heavy to me - are you snuggling up to your new fridge? and is the motor running? wink

DrNortherner Sat 13-Sep-08 14:17:32

YOu can go to breathing lessons you know.

Ds goes. It teached him to breathe effectively and efficiently. They cost £12569 per term. I think breathing i a life skill. So any people do it wromg.

fruitymum Sat 13-Sep-08 14:18:32

think you need to blow your nose - you sound a bit snotty!

RandomIdiot Sat 13-Sep-08 14:18:42

I don't know....but I think I may have solved your problems.....

You are not in labour.

A labour politician is in you.

You are working yoursleves too hard, leading to temporary shortness of breath.

As soon as yuo both complete your pleasures...you breathing will calm down as you both relax.... (providing you are not of the type who prefer a quick ciggy afterwards; in which case the shortness pf breath may last a little longer)

grin

Rhubarb Sat 13-Sep-08 14:19:33

I think I may be breathing wrong then. I need to sit down and compost myself, clearly.

OneLieIn Sat 13-Sep-08 14:28:10

Rhubarb, I can't hear your breathing, have you died?

Rhubarb Sat 13-Sep-08 14:28:47

Yes.

OneLieIn Sat 13-Sep-08 14:29:51

Oh, OK then

palaver Sat 13-Sep-08 14:31:15

your breathing sounds forced rhubarb

(geddit)

jalopy Sat 13-Sep-08 15:44:42

How do you compost yourself?

northernrefugee39 Sat 13-Sep-08 16:10:56

composting yourself

SuperPsychoTrollSlayer Sat 13-Sep-08 16:33:59

how is the breathing now???

is this all down to excitement, or is the fullmoon effecting you in ways we have yet to understand and experiment on....

jalopy Sat 13-Sep-08 17:15:17

Thank you, northern, my memory failed me temporarily.

littlelapin Sat 13-Sep-08 18:53:51

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Tortington Sat 13-Sep-08 19:25:33

i think you should seek medical advice an not for the breathing- for the <whisper> genital problems>

WingsofaAngel Sat 13-Sep-08 19:28:12

Ring NHS direct your breathing doesn't sound right.
Do you have anyone in RL who can help ?

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