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@Lozzykinz Looking as fab as ever.

@Lozzykinz Grief is a very personal thing. Don’t let anyone else tell you there is a right way to grieve.

@Lozzykinz It’s a classic “technique” for building followers and normally indicates a bot or semi-automated account.

@Lozzykinz @Huk06 Had a molar out a few weeks ago.

The actual process is unpleasant and I spent the rest of the day feeling beaten up. Day after, fine, no pain.

And to eat – soft, sloppy stuff. Eg Curries, stews etc.

@Lozzykinz It’s not your best photo …

@Lozzykinz Oh no!

To find the silver lining in this cloud of shit, at least you have a diagnosis.

@Lozzykinz You certainly won’t if you don’t apply. Now get that application in and start reading up on games testing so you can demonstrate in the interview how you are a quick learner and willing to go the extra mile.

@Lozzykinz Just looking them 😀. Seem like a good company.

@Lozzykinz I’m waiting for my new tablet.

@Lozzykinz Yay healthy lunch and not getting run over.

@SFromley @Lozzykinz And it’s been a hell of two days – Trump declared himself King, the pope got married and Nigel Farage talked sense.

@Lozzykinz I know telling you not to worry won’t help so have a gif instead.

@Lozzykinz Never Google for symptoms! You’ll always find out you have a fatal illness. But do talk to the doc about stress – it is literally a killer.

@Lozzykinz A friend had a stroke in their twenties and it is not something you can miss. However there are mini-strokes which are easily missed but symptoms of something more serious.

@Lozzykinz I was going to make a comment that your spelling seems to have taken a dive, which is also a sign of strokes …

@Lozzykinz Go to your GP right now! If in doubt ring NHS helpline (formally NHS direct).

@Lozzykinz Thanks. Particularly pleased with the ear on the back of the head (which is an odd sentence to write)


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