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    My random thought...

    The traffic light system for school canteens is green: healthy, amber: sometimes foods and red: unhealthy foods that are not good for you. Right?

    OK so I'm thinking wtf at our school menu!? It looks yummy but I wouldn't think it was an accurate portrayal of the traffic light system.

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    I've had a very productive day of scouring the internet for who P eter Q uill's father is. I am just going to say for record when Guardian's 2 comes out I think it's T hanos just so it's on record… If it's not just forget I even said this ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    My random thought...

    The traffic light system for school canteens is green: healthy, amber: sometimes foods and red: unhealthy foods that are not good for you. Right?

    OK so I'm thinking wtf at our school menu!? It looks yummy but I wouldn't think it was an accurate portrayal of the traffic light system.

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    I guess the theory is that tuck shop is a sometimes thing? I'm amazed though - I don't think that'd be allowed over here...

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    Who was the first woman who thought "yeah, I'm just gonna go ahead and shave all the hair off my body, that'd be great!"...whoever it was - damn her!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I guess the theory is that tuck shop is a sometimes thing? I'm amazed though - I don't think that'd be allowed over here...
    I would think most of those would be amber at least! I might Google the requirements for the traffic light system later. I laugh now when I see each seasons menu we get and the rating each food gets.

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    What do you call your dad's brother's ex wife? She is my cousins mum. Is she still an aunty? ex-aunty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Who was the first woman who thought "yeah, I'm just gonna go ahead and shave all the hair off my body, that'd be great!"...whoever it was - damn her!!!
    The Arabic people are very fastidious about body hair to avoid being smelly and sweaty. So being hairless started in the Middle East. Then according to some rumour - Julius Caesar heard about this whilst travelling and then he used to pluck all his body hair out on campaigns to avoid lice and fleas. He then started requesting his lady friends to do the same as he once got public lice from one chick. The fancy roman ladies used to do it in order to get themselves in his favour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    The Arabic people are very fastidious about body hair to avoid being smelly and sweaty. So being hairless started in the Middle East. Then according to some rumour - Julius Caesar heard about this whilst travelling and then he used to pluck all his body hair out on campaigns to avoid lice and fleas. He then started requesting his lady friends to do the same as he once got public lice from one chick. The fancy roman ladies used to do it in order to get themselves in his favour.
    That's fascinating! And it makes sense that it keeps you cleaner and less smelly. Still a PITA though

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    What do you call your dad's brother's ex wife? She is my cousins mum. Is she still an aunty? ex-aunty?
    This is something I struggle with too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    What do you call your dad's brother's ex wife? She is my cousins mum. Is she still an aunty? ex-aunty?
    If I grew up with her as an Aunty I would still say Aunty but later on probably just by her name and say "my cousin's Mum" when referring to her.


 

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