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Concealing a 'tinny'
Posted 9:03 AM on Thu-28-Jun-2012
Thank goodness I don't have to go through customs in the next couple of days. I fear I may be pulled aside for carrying something inside my belly which I shouldn't be.

This morning I took my 30+ as per usual. Nothing weird about that. I popped the pill out of its tinfoil quite hastily so rather than the tinfoil staying with the rest of the tray for later disposal, it came off in my hand. No dramas, no big deal. That was until after taking said pill, and upon looking in my hand I noticed a severe lack of tinfoil wrapper. Where on earth could it have gone? Floor - nope, stuck to jersey - nope, sink - nope, plug hole - nope, face cloth covering drain hole. And at that very moment it dawned on me - I'd swallowed it!

Somewhere in my body as I type this, is a small round piece of tinfoil is working its way through meters of my intestines. Here's hoping tinfoil & coffee don't react in some sort of cosmic chemical catastrophe.

I wonder how long it will take to make its way through? I hope it comes out before we DO head through customs in September!

Go JO!
Posted by GoMummyJo


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JulieKidspot - 11:09 AM on Thu-28-Jun-2012  
LOL!!! I think you'll be safe :)

When my son was about 2 (and still in nappies) he ate a chocolate Easter Egg. I went to take the wrapper from him to put it in the bin but couldn't find it and assumed it had blown away. The next day I was changing his nappy and wondered what in the world was shining at me. Yep, he hadn't taken the foil off and had eaten it!


   
 
 
 
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