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Old 27th April 2007, 03:20 AM
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There was a report on Radio 5 live (UK) wednesday evening as I was driving home from work. It was a story of a Canadian woman residing in the UK who was in hospital recovering from bilateral fractured ankle joints. Whilst in hospital, she was served a green salad (YUK!), complete with a rather large caterpillar inside, which found its way into her mouth via a piece of lettuce.

The reason explained for her broken ankles was given by the unfortunate woman. She had bought a pair of MBTs to improve her posture, and took a tumble whilst wearing them!

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Dont say I never do anything for you...........

http://www.bestsharing.com/f/S38Z0s270297

Its an mp3 file of the interview
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Dear All

Nothing like 'pudding proof'.

Think once: who can afford these silly shoe in Africa?

Nobody>

So we stupids wear them.... (or flog them to bigger stupids)

The only thing wrong with them is that I did not think of them first.

Have a look at:
www.musmed.com.au and on the side is a link to a photo taken by the Australian Medical Journal magazine winner. Check out their shoes, or lack of such.

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I'm not sure which photo you are referring to?

Yes, I did have a girls look!!?

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