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There was a time of great reflection in the Bloody household as each pondered the potential of the ďThousand Dollars That WasĒ (except AB of course, he couldnít have been happier). Everyone was deep in thought. So much so, that at first they didnít hear the knocking on the door. AB broke the silence.

AB: Err, thereís someone at the door, man.
O: OK, whoever gets up to answer it just make sure that itís not AB or he might ďgive the door awayĒ.
A: Youíve got to let it go man, just let it go.
O: (mumbling) damned tree hugging hippies, someone oughta chainsaw the lot of em.
B: Iíll get it. B opens the door.
Cheryl: Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. Howdy folks itís your friendly secretor test delivery gal returned with the results of your tests (hands package to B) and as my great great great great grandpappy used to sayÖ.
Slam. B slams door on Cheryl.
A: That wasnít nice B, in fact that was downright rude.
B: Did you really want to hear another one of her disjointed pearls of wisdom.
A: I stand corrected.
AB: Wow, the tests are back man. What am I, what am I?
O: Weíve been trying to work that out for years. I guess thereíll never be an answer.
AB: Is that the best you can come up with?.
O: Actually, yes. Iím still too depressed to be funny right now.
A: Get over it.
O: Whatever.
B: Ok maestro, drumroll please. (AB raps on the table with fingertips). AB, secretor, Me, secretor, A, non-secretorÖ
A: Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.
O: Get over it.
B: O, non-secretor.
O: What theÖ?
A and O together (overlapping each other), that canít be, how, the hell, thatís not fair, sunnova, oh goddammit, sucked in, shutup, oh manÖ
B: Come on you two. Take it easy. Itís not like the world has come to an end or anything.
O: You know, itís funny, even though I feel a bit ripped off, I actually thought I might have been a non-secretor.
AB: Howís that man.
O: Well, I really donít tolerate grains very well, and sugar makes me store fat big time..
AB: And youíve had those urinary tract infections.
O: Yes, and those, and I always seem to have more trouble with my teeth and gums than anyone else in the family, except A. Which is now very interesting in light of Aís result. What do you think about that A?
A: (A stands, with a thousand yard stare) I canít have casaba melon anymore, boo hoo.
B: But you can have mango now.
A: (suddenly happy again) woohoo (then sad again) but I canít have canteloupe anymore boo hoo.
B: But you can have tomatoes and tomato juice.
A: (happy again) woohoo (sad again) but I canít haveÖ
O: Oh give it a break will you. We could go on like this for days. Iíve never seen anybody change emotions so fast in my life.
AB: Looks like apricots are an avoid for you now O.
O: boo hoo.
B: Man, you guys are pathetic. Donít you see, this isnít a limitation, itís an expansion. Think of all the new things youíre going to be able to try, the new ways youíre going to be able to fine tune your intake. Youíll find better solutions to the problems youíve had no solutions to.
AB: Wow, you sound like me man.
B: OK, so I admit, non-secretors do tend to have more generalized inflammation than secretors. And they are more prone to type I and type II diabetes, as well as having more consistent problems with candida.
AB: Not to mention that they also account for 80% of all fibromyalgia sufferers and have an increased prevalence for ankylosing spondylitis, reactive arthritis, psoriatic arthropathy, Sjogrenís syndrome, multiple sclerosis and Graveís disease. But itís not all bad.
A: I think Iím going to kill them.
O: You hold them down, Iíll get the chair leg to beat them with.
AB: Whoa whoa whoa dudes, take it easy man, weíre just trying to enlighten the spirit here with the facts man. You know, ďThe truth shall set you freeĒ and all that man. The level of your consciousness is measured by how you react to a situation, not to what the situation is OK?
O: Yeh A, heís right you know. For once.
A: I know, and thatís whatís so frustrating.
O: I think Iíll have some avocado.
A: And while youíre at it, get me a banana will you.



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Yeeeaaaayyyy. †Look Isa-azzap's story is coming. †The O is a nonnie.  


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The Bloody household was busy with activity as they worked through the food lists and encyclopedias trying to adjust to the new food types for each blood group (well O and A were anyway). The other two were there for moral support.

O: You know, I was really hoping that bacon was going to become a beneficial, or at least neutral for me. I really miss my bacon sandwiches.
A: Well we donít. The last time you had bacon sandwiches I couldnít walk into the lounge room for 2 days.
O: Oh yeah. They did kind of make me gassy didnít they?
AB: That ainít the word for it man. More like ďtoxicĒ.
B: I think ďlethalĒ also comes to mind.
O: Wise guys.
A: Iím happy about the fact that I can have duck again. Thereís nothing like a good red curry duck. It just falls off the bone. Oh look (feigning mock horror) itís an avoid for Bís and ABís. Oh what a pity. Looks like that oneís for just you and me O.
O: Read em and weep suckers, read em and weep.
B: I have 2 words for you A. Sour Cream.
AB: Looks like itís no nachos for you A, hehe.
A: You can taunt me all you like with your savoury suggestions but I will not be deterred. I have found a new resolve since finding out my secretor status and I am embracing the nonnie lifestyle with a determination the likes of which will make you reel back in awe. Besides, there are so many things that were once avoids that are now neutral for me I feel like a kid in a candy shop.
O: Yeah, well I feel like slashing my wrists with a rusty butter knife, because I ainít gonna be allowed anywhere near that candy store. Sugar is a big no no for me. That bites.
A: Oooh look. Even beer is neutral. Yippee. Itís still an avoid for you though.
O: What a gyp!.
B: What are you complaining about O?. Unlike A who has a bar stool named after her down at the local, youíre a 2 pot screamer, so going without alcohol makes no difference to you anyway.
O: Yeah I know, but itís still a gyp. Hellllooooo, it says here that red wine is now a beneficial for me. The gods smile upon me at last.
AB: There see, itís not all bad is it?. Although red wine does give you a really bad hangover if I remember correctly. And if my memory serves me well, the last time you were on the red wine it cost us $100 to bail you outÖ..and Ö..
O: Alright alright. Stop spoiling my moment here.
A knock comes on the door and the family all get up to answer it.
O: weíve really got to get out more.
All: Amen to that. (they open the door)
Edna: Hi my nameís Edna, aka Car54 and Iím doing a story for our local rag, err, I mean distinguished local publication, on the effects of diet and mental stability and I was wondering if youíd be kind enough to answer a few questions.
AB: Sure man, but go easy on questions about sugar and alcohol man because O here just found out heís a non-secretor and heís a bit touchy on the subject at the moment.
Edna: Oh, so you follow the blood type diet do you?. So do I. Iíve found it to be one of the best things for equalising my emotions. How about you?
Clackety clack, clackety clack, clackety clack, clack, clack, clack, clackety clack ( a skateboard rider goes by heading down the street. Ednaís body stiffens)
B: Whatís the matter Edna?. Skateboards get on your nerves or something?
Edna: Oh no, not at all. It just disturbed my train of thought, thatís all.
O: I understand that Oís can have imbalances in their Mono Amine Oxidase and Dopamine Beta Hydroxylase levels which the diet goes a long way to balancing out. Not enough MAO can exacerbate ďType A PersonalityĒ traits, and inhibiting DBH can lead to psychosis, and variations of both can lead to bi-polar disorder.
Edna: Thatís correct. I see youíre up on all the literature.
AB: I believe this problem is also prevalent in ABís as well and can manifest itself as a tendency to feel angry and alienated from others as well as potentially leading to extreme introversion.
Edna: Gee, I hardly even have to ask questions here, you guys are so well informed.
Clackety clack, clackety clack, clackety clack, clack, clack, clack, clackety clack (another skateboard rider goes by. A twitch starts to develop in Ednaís eye)
B: Are you sure youíre ok Edna. You seem somewhatÖ.tense.
Edna: Iíll be fine. Just a little tired is all. (addresses A) And what do you feel is the most unbalancing thing for you and how does food help it?
A: Most definitely my cortisol levels. When they get out of whack I can really start over-reacting to stress (which is what puts them up in the first place) and then I have sleep problems, anxiety, daytime brain fog, muscle loss, fat gain, you name it. Itís an all round bummer. But a good compliant meal seems to bring it all back to normal and Iím as happy as larry again.
Edna: Do you ever use adaptogens in conjunction with your intake?
A: Oh yes, theyíre great. Mostly itís ginseng (usually Siberian), but sometimes I use boerhaavia.
Edna: Just one more question (addresses B), what do youÖ Clackety clack, clackety clack, clackety clack, clack, clack, clack, clackety clack, Clackety clack, clackety clack, clackety clack, clack, clack, clack, clackety clackÖÖ
AAAAAAAARRRRRRGGGGGGHHHHHHHH, IíM GONNA KILL YOU LITTLE SNOT NOSED, BAGGY PANTS WEARING, HAT ON BACKWARDS DELINQUENTS IF ITíS THE LAST THING I DO. (racing off down the street, arms waving in the air hysterically). COME HERE YA LITTLE PUKES. WHEN I GET HOLD OF YOU IíM GONNA TEAR YOU A NEW #$@^&%*.
B: Hmmm, something seems to have set her off. I wonder what it was.
AB: Dunno man but it sure looks to me like she forgot to take her adaptogens today. Maybe she missed out on lunch or something. Anyway, I think Iím gonna grab my skateboard and go and join the gang.
O: Errr, I donít think that would be such a good idea dude. Iím not sure if Iím seeing correctly but I think Edna just rammed that kids head into the drainpipe of her house. Thatís gotta hoit.
AB: Yeah, good advice. Tell you what, why donít we grab some food from the fridge and head on over to Ednaís house and see if sheís up for a barbecue. It looks to me like Edna might need the extra energy from some red meat. Did you see that?, wow, I didnít know a person could fly so high.
B: Good idea AB. Well, it looks like one kid is gonna get away. Nope, didnít make it. Now thatís what I call an atomic wedgie. I think we better take some green tea with us as well to calm the nerves.
A: Is that a victory dance sheís doing?
O: I'd say that's affirmative. Unless she just stood on some cactus's or something.
A: cactii, cactii.
O: Whatever.

The family walks back into the house and starts preparing some food for a barbecue while the booming tones of ďWe are the championsĒ emanates from the vicinity of Ednaís house. The battle has been won, and to the victor, the spoils.


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hmmmmmmmm azza very familiar to meeeee, this could be my life-span-parter,too!

thanky you  



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Yep. †The more I read †this story, Car54 posts (just love them) and get to know more of the other nonnie traits...must look into getting that secretor test done.      

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noooooooooooo morrrrre stories since???? Great so we didn't lost tooo much..hšššš??!
super thanks azza............... for waiting for......
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Isa...didn't you take the Bloody Family with you to the conference?  

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yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
debra, yes we did.....
alltimes laughing about azza's stories because at the end, our coach Herman Ramirez
made us laugh..... (hi-hi-hiiiiiiiiiiiii perhaps without knowlege about azza's stories )
but I hadn't had it incorporated as a written story, only in our minds....

azza thanks for the "after-laughters"

- Isa
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After what appeared to be a period of suspended animation (but was in fact a prolonged visit from the bloody relatives, which necessitated a veritable avoid fest) the life of the Bloody family slowly began returning to normal. As did the digestive systems, brain patterns and emotional states of all concerned. Although A took just a little while longer than the rest.

A: Oooooooooohhhhhh, ooooooooohhhhhhhh
B: Oh oh, looks like A overindulged again last night.
AB: I wouldnít call a bottle of Jack Daniels overindulgence. But I would if you also added the 6 beers, 2 tequilas, 4 rums, sambuka shooters and 3 or 4 bacon and egg sandwiches covered in tomato sauce and served with a complementary bowl of frijole dip and nachos.
O: And that was BEFORE we went out.
B: Címon guys donít exaggerate. She only had 4 beers.
A: Oooooohhhhh, Iím never letting our relatives back into this house again. Theyíre a bad influence, Ooooooooohhhh.
AB: Thatís right, itís all their fault isnít it A. We had no choice in the matter did we A. None what so ever.
A: Shutup.
O: Well, Aís not the only one feeling the effects here. If I see one more cup of coffee (hey, that sounds like a good name for a song) I think Iím going to heave. What is it with relatives and coffee shops. They always want to stop at them and ďjust have a quick cuppaĒ.
B: Not to mention a piece of cake or a biscuit.
O: OK, I wonít.
B: What?
O: Mention of piece of cake or a biscuit.
B: Smart guy!
AB: You gotta admit though, itís fun having them around.
O: Yeah, but itís hard to be compliant when you spend half your day in shopping centres and the other half of the day in restaurants. It really makes you realise just how much the average diet is bombarded with wheat and corn products, not to mention the usual junk food fare thatís out there.
AB: OK, I wonít
O: No prizes for second best doofus. Wouldnít you agree B?
AB: Hey, whereíd she go?
B: Iím in the loungeroom!.
O: Whatchadoin B?
B: Crossword.
O: Hmm, let me see now, 14 down, Indian condiment or relish, starts with C.
AB: (Walking in to room) Chutney!
O: Mmmmmmmm chutney.
A: Ooooooohhhh no. Chutney. Look out. (Runs into the bathroom and takes a quick tour around the house driving the porcelain bus)
B: Are you allowed to have chutney?
O: I donít know. What does the book have to say?
AB: Well, it doesnít say, but I guess if you used compliant ingredients it wouldnít really matter. It does say that pickle relish is an avoid for Aís because it invokes an abnormal blood reaction, and an avoid for ABís and Oís due to it being a gastric irritant, but olí B here can have it because itís a neutral. If she was a non-secretor it would be an avoid.
O: All this talk of food has made me hungry. Iíve got a hankerin for some flankerin. I think Iíll knock up a big juicy T-bone.
B: Oh yeah, count me in that one big bro. And what say we throw together a nice salad of romaine lettuce, some boiled eggs, some jicama beans, carrot, celery, and some snow peas.
O: Sounds good.
B: I might even have a slice of Edam cheese as well.
O: Count me out on that one. Cheese has become a dirty word in this neck of the woods.
AB: I think Iíll leave you two carnivores to your devices. I think I need a good walk to burn off some of these empty calories Iíve been consuming for the last two weeks. Who can say no to cheesecake, I ask you?
A: (coming out of the bathroom). Cheesecake, Oh no, look out (heads back into the bathroom for another tour)
AB: You know, Iím sure if you looked up the word hedonist in the dictionary there would be a picture of A next to it.
O: Yeah, thereíd be another one next to the word ďprojectile vomitĒ too.
AB: Thatís two words bonehead.
O: Whatever.
AB: The level of culture in here is falling more rapidly than the American dollar so on that note Iím out of here.
O: Yeah, for your information thereís more culture in here than in a tub of yoghurt so hit the road jack (hey, that sounds like a good title for a song)
B: (shaking head in disbelief) It already is.
O: Oh!.


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yes, we have all to take our responsabilities, even the "bloody"-ones...
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hey Azzap!!

Awesome story again..!!!  It is a life-filling story the BTD story!!
Take care and your T-shirt is on its way  NOW....!!!!
Hope you like it.... Bought it with Isa during the Grand Canyon trip we did....

Hope to see you and many others on http://www.skype.com ....
Isa and I do talk on this internetphone... cheap...

take care and stay well Azzap!!!

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woohoo

thanks heaps. You guys are the greatest.

The Bloody Family is currently on hold until I get a new computer (soon master soon). I'm hoping to be back on line by the end of next week. I would write them here while I'm at work but the powers that be seem to frown on that sort of thing. Don't know why.  

See you all soon.

Aaron.


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hold on dear was this a break because of an accident???

Did you got this famous computer-kiss???

waiting impatiencly..... and they wants morrrrr.....

Aaron- dear king of scripts and *bloody stories* don't let us allone.......................
we are all in need of your phantastic gifts of "spreading a little of poisoning thoughts"

we want our mirror!!! we want our mirror!!! we want our mirror!!! we want our mirror!!!


                                         





















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Yeeeeesssssss!!!!! †It is soooooooooooooooo grrrrreeeeeeeeaaaaaaaat to hear from you aaron. † With all of the things happening with your type O blood and cholesterol I thought you had given up. †Thank goodness you have not. †How are you anyhow? †It has been awhile since you posted. †I guess not having a computer doesn't help. † How is the cholestrol doing?

Glad to hear that you are going to be getting a new computer and the family will be back together. †WE MISSED YOU!!!!!! †Yes, dad I am yelling, but joyously. †

Phooey on those people at your work for not letting you broaden your horizons. †What do they know!?! †You could teach them a thing or two, although you probably already have tried. †I hope it has worked on some and one day all.  

See you next week or hopefully sooner.

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Edna: Just one more question (addresses B), what do youÖ Clackety clack, clackety clack, clackety clack, clack, clack, clack, clackety clack, Clackety clack, clackety clack, clackety clack, clack, clack, clack, clackety clackÖÖ
AAAAAAAARRRRRRGGGGGGHHHHHHHH, IíM GONNA KILL YOU LITTLE SNOT NOSED, BAGGY PANTS WEARING, HAT ON BACKWARDS DELINQUENTS IF ITíS THE LAST THING I DO. (racing off down the street, arms waving in the air hysterically). COME HERE YA LITTLE PUKES. WHEN I GET HOLD OF YOU IíM GONNA TEAR YOU A NEW #$@^&%*.
B: Hmmm, something seems to have set her off. I wonder what it was.
AB: Dunno man but it sure looks to me like she forgot to take her adaptogens today. Maybe she missed out on lunch or something. Anyway, I think Iím gonna grab my skateboard and go and join the gang.
O: Errr, I donít think that would be such a good idea dude. Iím not sure if Iím seeing correctly but I think Edna just rammed that kids head into the drainpipe of her house. Thatís gotta hoit.
AB: Yeah, good advice. Tell you what, why donít we grab some food from the fridge and head on over to Ednaís house and see if sheís up for a barbecue. It looks to me like Edna might need the extra energy from some red meat. Did you see that?, wow, I didnít know a person could fly so high.


       

ROFLMBO!  omg, I should check in with the bloody family more often, huh?  Assap, you are hilar, my friend!  Once I get my reading glasses (I called today and they are waiting for me, so I'll probably get them manana), I will really have to spend some time catching up with "the family"!


"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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