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So, I gather a 'show' is further 'South' than the West-End...

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makipuppy Sun 16-Aug-09 17:09:35

Despite delicately asking friends and midwives what might indicate labour is starting, noone has mentioned this other than on MN, which it is bandied about in the most knowing of tones.

Let's have it then, what is a 'show'?

corblimeymadam Sun 16-Aug-09 17:15:17

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GeneHunt Sun 16-Aug-09 17:18:57

It looks like the product of a particularly huge, blood tinged sneeze. Fairly obvious when you see one for yourself.

makipuppy Sun 16-Aug-09 17:26:11

Ah, I was afraid it would be worse than a matinee of Barnum...

Does everyone get it?

TsarChasm Sun 16-Aug-09 17:30:32

My dh kept calling it 'a west end show'.

Ie:
me 'I feel a bit funny..'
dh 'Any sign of a west end show yet?'

Just goes to prove that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing in some hands...hmmgrin

makipuppy Sun 16-Aug-09 17:55:42

Dreadful image of the cast of Cats peering out my ha'penny grin

SmallScrewCap Sun 16-Aug-09 22:25:57

Just had mine on Wednesday. Imagine that you have a head cold, then a very tiny nosebleed, and then sneezed into the same piece of tissue all afternoon and kept it.

Oh the glamour!

It didn't all happen in one go, either - dribs and drabs over 24 hours. Baby within 48 hours? I wish!

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