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    Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  woody67 on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:00 am

    My son has them and who would have thought it would be fraught with so many different theories on what to treat it with..my mum said to use a paste of bicarb soda I mentioned this to a friend and she was like NO! you put a cup of bicarb to one bath of water...
    I had brought some calamine lotion and was chatting to another friend ( yes Waireka I have more than one)and said I had just put this on she was freaking out !!saying it dries the chickenpox out and this is what leads to longterm scarring!!!! So into the shower to wash THAT off and off to the doc for the difinitive opinion ...sent to chemist to buy (what sounds suspiciously to me like "A pint of arseholes") and of course there is a gel form of aresholes or a soap or an oil and which do I want? Jesus H christ!!! so 40 bucks later (I brought all three) I get home apply the stuff which imo actually DOES smell like a pint of arseholes and am FINALLY relaxing here on the comp.. scratch
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:28 am

    I dont believe your son has chicken pox. Actually, I don't believe you even have a song. Stop trying to fool me on this glorious day.

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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  Guest on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:30 am

    Calamine didnt cause any scarring for me.

    Pinetarsol is good. It's like green or yellow.... makes a bath fun. My mum says it didnt really do alot for the itching but chucking my brother and I (3,5) into a green luke warm bath (it was December) broke up the monotony and was some excitement for the day.

    I still love the smell of that stuff.
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:36 am

    YDEKM wrote:Calamine didnt cause any scarring for me.

    Pinetarsol is good. It's like green or yellow.... makes a bath fun. My mum says it didnt really do alot for the itching but chucking my brother and I (3,5) into a green luke warm bath (it was December) broke up the monotony and was some excitement for the day.

    I still love the smell of that stuff.


    As I remember it,

    Green+white bottle packaging, Yellow/orange liquid, did shit all for itching, smelt like old tree shit.

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    Post  Guest on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:47 am

    Yeah greeny-yellow bath water. Hey I was 5 - it was novel.

    And I like the smell... it's kinda petrol-y.
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:49 am

    YDEKM wrote:Yeah greeny-yellow bath water. Hey I was 5 - it was novel.

    And I like the smell... it's kinda petrol-y.


    Petrol? Huh, not to me Razz
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  MereMortalBeing on Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:24 am

    I found the Calamine lotion worked really well too
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  superarmy on Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:26 am

    My parents just gave me gloves, and sat me in front of the TV, said grit and bear it, they did. I will do the same thing to my kids.

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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Sat Apr 04, 2009 4:24 am

    This topic is now about Pandas.



    This topic is now about Pandas.
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  relict on Sat Apr 04, 2009 5:07 am

    master5o1 wrote:This topic is now about Pandas.



    This topic is now about Pandas.

    No.

    Panda with chicken pox!

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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Sat Apr 04, 2009 6:20 am

    relict wrote:
    master5o1 wrote:This topic is now about Pandas.



    This topic is now about Pandas.

    No.

    Panda with chicken pox!


    Excellent.
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    Post  relict on Sat Apr 04, 2009 8:46 am

    This topic is now a conservation park for an endangered species?
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    Post  master5o1 on Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:29 am

    relict wrote:This topic is now a conservation park for an endangered species?

    Well..only pandas. No one cares about the other animals...except maybe elephants.


    Yeah, just pandas and elephants.
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  relict on Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:34 am

    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:This topic is now a conservation park for an endangered species?

    Well..only pandas. No one cares about the other animals...except maybe elephants.

    I do not particularly care for blue elephants with pink trimming.
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:06 am

    relict wrote:
    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:This topic is now a conservation park for an endangered species?

    Well..only pandas. No one cares about the other animals...except maybe elephants.

    I do not particularly care for blue elephants with pink trimming.

    But what about technicolor pachyderms?


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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  Waireka on Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:07 am

    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:
    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:This topic is now a conservation park for an endangered species?

    Well..only pandas. No one cares about the other animals...except maybe elephants.

    I do not particularly care for blue elephants with pink trimming.

    But what about technicolor pachyderms?



    I love that clip.
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:20 am

    Waireka wrote:
    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:
    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:This topic is now a conservation park for an endangered species?

    Well..only pandas. No one cares about the other animals...except maybe elephants.

    I do not particularly care for blue elephants with pink trimming.

    But what about technicolor pachyderms?



    I love that clip.

    Yeah. It's the best part of Dumbo EVER!

    and then there is the birds....

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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  relict on Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:28 am

    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:I do not particularly care for blue elephants with pink trimming.

    But what about technicolor pachyderms?

    Technicolour pachyderms are a completely different matter. You see, blue elephants with pink trimming do not have very thick skin! Laughing

    Edited for typo
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    Re: Blardy Chickenpox

    Post  master5o1 on Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:43 am

    relict wrote:
    master5o1 wrote:
    relict wrote:I do not particularly care for blue elephants with pink trimming.

    But what about technicolor pachyderms?

    Technicolour pachyderms are a completely different matter. You see, blue elephants with pink trimming do not have very thick skin! Laughing

    Edited for typo

    aaah I see.

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