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Listerine was initially marketed as a disinfectant floor cleaner. Then as a cure for gonhorrea. And finally - pow - as a mouthwash!

But I'd sure like to try the Jack Daniels flavour version! And I certainly wouldn't dip my old man in it :blink:

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2 hours ago, Craig Sawyers said:

... cure for gonhorrea...mouthwash!

I want to make a cunningly linguistic snark about this, but I am tongue tied.

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The unfortunate thing Grahame is that diagram is so very realistic. Particularly the bit about Jacob Rees-Mogg.

For those not familiar with the man, you can tell all you need to know by the names of his children:

Peter Theodore Alphege (Peter needs no elaboration. St Alphege was an Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury)
Mary Anne Charlotte Emma (Mary needs no elaboration. Anne was the mother of Mary)
Thomas Wentworth Somerset Dunstan (Thomas as in apostle. St Dunstan was an Anglo-Saxon 10th century Abbott of Glastonbury Abbey. Born in Somerset; geddit?)
Anselm Charles Fitzwilliam (St Anselm was an an Archbishop of Canterbury just after the Norman invasion)
Alfred Wulfric Leyson Pius (Wulfric from Anglo Saxon Wolf and Rich and Powerful, Pius is a name of several Popes)
Sixtus Dominic Boniface Christopher (Sixtus and Boniface the names of several Popes, and St Dominic a 13th Century Monk. St Boniface was an 8th century missionary)

I absolutely kid you not. He is a throwback to the 15th Century. And has the politics to suit.

2 hours ago, Knuckledragger said:

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Love the cuddling cats - but what dates the picture is the twin towers in the background :(

HOW DO I STOP POSTS FROM MERGING!!!

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