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    Interesting thread, have not read everyone's as yet.

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    Something about me....

    At 15 I was diagnosed with PCOS and and I had A LOT of cysts on both ovaries and I was told by 2 professionals that I need a hysterectomy. Not something that you understand and know at 15, but I knew that would be the end of not have children. (Even though I was told I was infertile) perfect. Anyway.....I chose not to go ahead.

    And I now have 2 beautiful children and conceived naturally. Which was a total surprise in itself.

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    If I do, it's buried so deep down inside, even the world's most skilled archaeologists could never find it.

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    I'm allergic to eggs and have been since I was a young child. I'm even more sensitive to it now because I only ingest it on very rare occasions. I'm somewhat of an expert on what foods I have to avoid

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    I had a brother but he had a sex change almost 10yrs ago and is now my sister ! (Shes 51 ... im 32 so shes a bit older )

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    Loving this thread!

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    Default Something interesting...

    I used to live in PNG and have been to some very remote places and villages that had almost no contact with the 'outside world'. I was doing consultation for an oil company and trying to explain what was happening to communities that had no concept of modern life and their language didn't contain the words to describe most of what I needed to say was challenging to say the least 😂
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    I'm allergic to sunscreen and mosquitos.

    My dad left when I was young to return to Africa and has recently returned to Aus

    I've represented Australia in a fairly small sport that not many people have heard of but it is pretty big in Scandinavia

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    I was allergic to citrus as a baby. Had horrific rashes. It went away while I was a toddler. When I was pregnant with my 3rd child I noticed an allergy to pineapple, which I had happily been eating for years prior. It has developed quite badly over the last few years that now if I eat anything that has even touched pineapple, my throat swells.

    My mothers uncle (or cousin, not entirely sure) was like 3rd tier down from Hitler. He was brought to court for war crimes but was acquitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    I'm allergic to sunscreen and mosquitos.

    My dad left when I was young to return to Africa and has recently returned to Aus

    I've represented Australia in a fairly small sport that not many people have heard of but it is pretty big in Scandinavia
    Is it curling?


 

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