Blogroll Me! How This Old Brit Sees It ...: Special Short & Senseless Tooth-ache Dispensation Edition ...

01 June 2006

Special Short & Senseless Tooth-ache Dispensation Edition ...















Basking and bathing in the beautifully barmy Barcelona sunshine and having been unbothered by bloomin' anything at the time of the recent press conference held by the Blood Brothers/Bush & Blair, hasn't altered our abilities to catch up on most of what transpired trans-world-wise, while we travelled, now that we're both back in Britain and the blogging business.

But ...... a terrible tooth ache -- which could well turn out to be an abscess -- has been driving Richard nuts for a full day and night, and he's now swallowed so many pain-killers that he can hardly keep his eyes open, let alone make any sense.

So unfortunately it's going to be tomorrow, after a trip to the dentist, before the next blogpost proper gets banged out.

But what does the first paragraph and the three accompanying pictures have to do with that?

You may well ask.

But don't ask Richard -- he's too far out of it all right now, to be able to think, see or talk straight.

No doubt he'll make much more sense when he gets back from his 9 AM dental appointment in the morning.

But in the meantime, we're afraid it's going to have to be a polite goodnight from me -- and a garbled, pill-filled/fuelled goodnight from him.

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Griffon said...

I know what you're up to, Richard, you tricky bugger .. oops.... wrong word.

Yeah, you're alluding to their other moniker .. the Sphincter Brothers...aren't cha!?

10:28 am  
Blogger markfromireland said...

Ouch, get that seen to and take it easy. If it's still available get some chlorasept mouth spray from Boots. Spray rinse swirl round the painful tooth and spit. It has a local anaesthetic and is a God-send.

11:48 am  
Anonymous graniab said...

I hope you're feeling better Richard - tooth aches are nasty!

5:53 pm  
Anonymous Tom said...

Well, the only good thing I can say about that toothache of yours, is that at least it waited politely for your return and it didn't ruined your vacation.

Just for encouragement:
The last time, I visited the dentist with a toothache, after he finally finished with me, all I could say to him: "Thanks Doc, the pleasure was all yours."

10:50 pm  
Blogger Richard said...

Tooth problem now solved I'm glad to say, but thanks for all your concern friends. It was a wisdom tooth - which is now gone! It was a bit of struggle for the dentist though - a real tug of war. I was sore for several hours but after a good night's sleep, it's as though iot never happened.

7:49 pm  
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10:25 am  

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