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Patty H
Monday, March 28, 2011, 2:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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That is funny that you smelt the cigar smoke... Let's hope the enemies weren't nonnies too



You crack me up, Possum!



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  In fact, my eyes are so pale that if I wear blue my eyes look really blue and if I wear green my eyes look really green.  How can that be???



Patty, you probably have both blue and green in your eyes, and depending on what color you wear, that's the color it brings out in your eyes.  I expect many people's eyes do that--change from blue to gray to green depending on what color they wear.  Do you look best in warm or cool colors?


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Patty, you probably have both blue and green in your eyes, and depending on what color you wear, that's the color it brings out in your eyes.  I expect many people's eyes do that--change from blue to gray to green depending on what color they wear.  Do you look best in warm or cool colors?


I look best in cool colors.  I am a winter from a color perspective, so I look best in bright colors.


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Patty please if your fillings are still amalgam take em out as quick as possible.... and get em replaced with healthier material   aaah ja.... all a question of super teeth....mine will be soon perfect....


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Patty H
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Patty please if your fillings are still amalgam take em out as quick as possible.... and get em replaced with healthier material   aaah ja.... all a question of super teeth....mine will be soon perfect....


I don't think I have the original fillings any more.  Mine have had to be replaced several times, som with crowns and one bridge.

Thanks for the heads up!  I will definitely check it out.


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fine...


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Speaking of which - my (could be nonnie from behaviour, teeth etc) husband has to have 6 crowns What is the best material to get these made in?
He has one gold one already (as mentioned previously) but I want to try & make sure he doesn't get that plastic leeching stuff.. Cheers
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Patty H
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Speaking of which - my (could be nonnie from behaviour, teeth etc) husband has to have 6 crowns What is the best material to get these made in?
He has one gold one already (as mentioned previously) but I want to try & make sure he doesn't get that plastic leeching stuff.. Cheers


Possum, this would be an excellent new thread.   Why don't you start it, then people will know what kind of info you are looking for . . . I would be very interested, too, since dental work looms VERY large in my future.  


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Ok then... Kinda think it has been discussed before Will try to do a search before  I do...at this rate I ain't never gonna get off this computer lol unless anyone (Lola anyone else knows of a link to the thread on this??
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Possum
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Aww thanks heaps Lola!!!! You are a champ!! So do I just use that link but type in what I am searching for?
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Does anyone know how the inheritence of nonnieness works??



Past thread explaining it:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-lr4yt/m-1244429314/#num3


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Thanks C#... That is what I wondered. I'm sese and my daughters will at least carry se if not be nonnies.
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I've been trying to get through page by comical page of this thread for about a month or so.  While I haven't finished it yet, I feel the need to share this...

"You know you are a nonnie if:"

This old 90's music video symbolizes your quest to find other people (nonnies) like you...enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qVPNONdF58




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I love that song!
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That was a riot!!! Thanks for sharing . . .  


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I love the expression on her face when she finally find a place she fits in, and people who understand her.
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Lizzy.. that is not nonnie.. it is obsession??   sis does that to.. I wonder if she would be a nonnie if ever she was tested.. to funny all the stories..

I do have a ionizing air freshner, since I don't like cooking smells.. it runs 27/7 .. I never even think about it any more..   funy after reading all the posts..  

Lola..  80% clinic visitors are nonnies - that is quite interesting.  I wonder what would happen if my reg Doc would ever read about nonnies..  maybe he would test his clients more often.. but then if you cure us all, then there is no need for more paid income visits.. but immagin the great reputation he could build up?

as for TEETH and crowns and fillings and whatever .. it is a problem as there are few choices.. it's either the metals or the plastic.. no matter .. the only thing to do is prevent it .. and remember that every 15 - 20 years they need to be replaced.. nothing is forever..and it gets progressively worse.. in hine sight I wonder if I ever should have bothered rather then just get 'plates'..
I have big experience with teeth and the dentist can build a vacation home with my money, not to mention the pain I suffered from all the work and the implants.. no fun..





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I do have a ionizing air freshner, since I don't like cooking smells.. it runs 27/7
Sooo, it runs overtime I see??!!

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Sooo, it runs overtime I see??!!

Maybe NY has more hours in the day than everywhere else...   


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Ack!  The sensitivity!  I remember as a kid the trouble my mother had with me when it was time to buy new shoes.  NOTHING was comfortable.  Shoe shopping was such an ordeal.  And keep that scratchy wool ten feet away from my skin.  I almost jump out of bed every morning when the hot water heater in the closet clicks on.    Oh.....I could go on.

You know your a nonnie if...

The aroma of crispy, hot bacon makes your body swell.


Hah I just found out that I'm a nonnie and Patty recommended reading this thread for some good laughs ...I do feel like I found my home...and I'm not so strange afterall. Here's one:

You might be a nonnie if you have to remove the tags from your clothes because they scratch your skin, or if you can't stand wrinkles in your sheets...Haha..I am constantly smoothing the wrinkles away, and now I know why...

I am only on page one of this thread and I'm sure I'm going to enjoy reading the rest of it...
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Hah I just found out that I'm a nonnie and Patty recommended reading this thread for some good laughs ...I do feel like I found my home...and I'm not so strange afterall. Here's one:

You might be a nonnie if you have to remove the tags from your clothes because they scratch your skin, or if you can't stand wrinkles in your sheets...Haha..I am constantly smoothing the wrinkles away, and now I know why...
The few times I ran a fever as a kid, I recall having a kind of hallucination (always the same) of a huge crumpled up piece of paper that had been smoothed out but you could still see the imprint of the crumpling... Drove me nuts!! Oh & I hate it when my husband tosses around at night & causes the electric blanket to get rumpled in the middle of the bed... When I am alone it never moves
Oh & the only way I lose weight is to eat practically pure protein...
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OSuzanna, you made me smile with that gnat fart business!  

Body odors on people can distract me so much that I can't even be in the same room with them.  And mouth/breath odor.  I can't ignore it when the smells are bad.  I have to fight to keep from throwing up!  Clutter in a house makes me so claustrophobic, but I'm not bothered by dust bunnies or littlecobwebs.  

Lables on the inside of clothing drive me bonkers   and seams on the insides of my socks have to be positioned so that I can't feel them at all when my shoes are on.

I have to make my bed before I get in it.  No, I don't make my bed in the morning, because I like to let the mattress ventilate.  In the morning, I turn down the blankets to let air reach the bed.  But before I go to bed, I make everything lined up and smooth, with no wrinkles in the bottom sheet.  I don't like to feel blankets bunching up in the bed.  

All this is normal for a nonnie, don't ya think?  


Sounds completely normal to me...so glad someone mentioned clutter, my brain gets so distracted and agitated around clutter...and no wrinkles in my bed please...
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no wrinkles in my bed either....


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