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11:13 am: Friday five
therobbergirl said this week's Friday Five was boring. She's not wrong.

1. Name five things in your refrigerator.
Milk
Cheese
Butter
Yoghurt
Onions (couldn't find a fifth dairy product)

2. Name five things in your freezer.
Ice
Schnapps
Pizza
Hash browns
Hamburgers

3. Name five things under your kitchen sink.
Glue
Light bulbs
Plunger
Polythene bags
Hammer

4. Name five things around your computer.
Guitar
Armchair
Breadbin
Beanbag
Towels

5. Name five things in your medicine cabinet.
Panadol
Strepsils
Cough medicine
Band-aids
Sudafed

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From:ringbark
Date:October 17th, 2003 09:17 pm (UTC)

Panadol is alive and well

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It's still available in supermarkets in England and New Zealand. For the more powerful Panadeine, you need to go to a pharmacy/drugstore, but they're all still available. I doubt if you'd see any of the brands you recognise if you came here.
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From:sheaj34
Date:October 18th, 2003 03:06 am (UTC)

five things

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1. Name five things in your refrigerator.
Bacon
Sausage
Cheese
Cider
Jam

2. Name five things in your freezer.
Bread
Chicken
Yorkshire Puddings
Breaded Plaice
Ice Cream

3. Name five things under your kitchen sink.
Dishwasher tablets
Dishwasher rinse aid
Polish
Air Freshner
Oven Cleaner
(In fact a whole cocktail of chemicals that if used in work would need an assessment carried out under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations. Yet it seems we store and use anything at home without necessary thinking about it. There you go, that's my bit for European Safety and Health Week, the theme this year being Dangerous Substances).

4. Name five things around your computer.
Rechargeable batteries
Stapler
Printer
Mobile Phone
Sling (which I guess Andrew should be making use of to elevate his arm following his recent operation)

5. Name five things in your medicine cabinet.
Calpol +6
Annadin
3g sachet of Amoxycillin
Thermometer
Fist Aid kit
(Please keep all medicines out of reach and site of children).
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