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Terry Carey
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Mmmmm!!!!!  Was I a tad heavy handed there even though I was merely trying to pour oil on the fire.   Erm - have I got that the right way round.

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How do you know that "Puff" isnít a name associated, not with smoking, but sexual proclivity?



I encountered a "Puff" in Portsmouth once who said he had travelled down from London because he enjoyed ’smoking’ Senior Service.
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Quoting: John Richards


I encountered a "Puff" in Portsmouth once who said he had travelled down from London because he enjoyed ísmokingí Senior Service.



Was he that Churchman called Stan who always wore a Cap?, heard he was a bit of a coward, what you might say a "Craven Hey".
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Now it’s John D’s turn to deviate from the seriousness of the subject under discussion.

I therefore feel that I should steer the thread back onto its original topic.

Should smoking be banned in operating theatres?
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[QUOTE]Quoting: John Richards
[I]Now itís John Dís turn to deviate from the seriousness of the subject under discussion.

I therefore feel that I should steer the thread back onto its original topic.

Should smoking be banned in operating theatres?

I think the Patient might be allowed to smoke during the op. but as the staff are wearing masks this could be difficult. I did ask a Doctor who does the Anasthetics and he said "Ether way i am not bothered unless the patient is being operated on for a Corona...ry".
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