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The acronym LOL - oh, how I loathe thee...

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posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 08:34 AM
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If you want something truly sadistic, try:
(it happened when I was having an inhalation for the flu and some ATS wretch made me laugh)
SNOTTO
(SNOrted Tea Tree Oil)
- it cured me, but dying would have been a lot less painful, lol.





posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 04:37 PM
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That does sound deeply unpleasant. As someone who was once tricked into gargling with tea-tree, I don't even want to imagine what getting it into your sinuses would be like... urgh.

I am relieved to be able to say that I don't feel your pain.



posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 09:52 PM
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It been around a lot longer than phone texting.
Even longer than Highspeed internet.
Even longer than high speed modems. 14.4 and above.
I think it was used to transfer the meaning of text on a 300 baud connection.

Not unlike that 2 digit representation of the year, on software code.
Just a time saver.

BWDIK?



posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 10:37 PM
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I like LOL


And when I see it - I read it as EL O EL.

I have yet to use this in actual speech though. LOL.

Tea Tree Oil? I made the mistake of putting that on very irritated skin once. COL.

(That means that I am Cringing Out Loud at the memory.)

And speaking of which - it was some kind of foot spray which I received as a gift. Who in the EL gives someone feet spray as a gift?

No, my feet do not smell. LOL



posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 10:42 PM
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Originally posted by TheWill
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That does sound deeply unpleasant. As someone who was once tricked into gargling with tea-tree, I don't even want to imagine what getting it into your sinuses would be like... urgh.
I am relieved to be able to say that I don't feel your pain.

Head was on fire for half an hour. Then I saw what it made me sneeze out, (I'd had sinus trouble since inhaling peanuts 30 years previously,) and did it to the other nostril. Was worth it, never looked back.

Tea Tree oil is amazing stuff. Perhaps that person meant to use it very diluted?
One drop in a glass of warm salty water (as a gargle) is great for tonsilitis or other throat infections.

A drop in warm milk and nutmeg at night, and you'll sleep like a log.
Several drops and you're likely to sleep 12 hours or more if you need it.

It's also been tested to prevent mould and fungus on stored fruit, and found to be more effective than any commercial preparation, and tasteless in the quantity needed.



posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 10:49 PM
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Originally posted by Whiffer Nippets
Tea Tree Oil? I made the mistake of putting that on very irritated skin once. COL.
(That means that I am Cringing Out Loud at the memory.)
And speaking of which - it was some kind of foot spray which I received as a gift. Who in the EL gives someone feet spray as a gift?
No, my feet do not smell. LOL

I believe you your feet don't smell.
But perhaps your friend's nose does?

Most likely the foot spray had alcohol in it too.
When I was a kid any cut or abrasion was treated by having metho tipped over it. It hurts.


Tea Tree oil is fine if it's diluted enough, and people making a commercial product are probably to stingy to put much in.



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