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Ferret
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Well, we are all getting over the Christmas 'overindulging'. Just think, we can do it all over again in a few days at NYE banana

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Ferret said
Well, we are all getting over the Christmas 'overindulging'. Just think, we can do it all over again in a few days at NYE banana

Aha!

Thanks for reminding me Ferret! I'm sure my liver will appreciate the good news!

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Christmas overindulging? Dosnt that last till the New Year eve? Here it startes the 23. and ends night to the 2. Jan. Visiting everyone and have a big dinner with lots of food and alcohol, no rest go get at all. And after New Years Eve we just lies everywhere with massive headache and stomach pain, swear that we never do this stupid thing ever again. May I quote Miss Sophie "Same procedure as every year, James!" Luckily we aren't that frequently with the bottle this year LOL.

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HatefulPain said
Christmas overindulging? Dosnt that last till the New Year eve? Here it startes the 23. and ends night to the 2. Jan. Visiting everyone and have a big dinner with lots of food and alcohol, no rest go get at all. And after New Years Eve we just lies everywhere with massive headache and stomach pain, swear that we never do this stupid thing ever again. May I quote Miss Sophie "Same procedure as every year, James!" Luckily we aren't that frequently with the bottle this year LOL.

Perhaps this would be appropriate blurry_drunk-2127

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Fits pretty well blurry_drunk-2127

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