Re: OT: Placebo Effect



I think you just did!

Good to know I'm in such good company!

Bad is the best!

Tee :)

"Joan Carter" <spamfree@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:j2am14t7nst6aucqtlhql3gno5ifqn4s6l@xxxxxxxxxx
Well, so do I, Lynne, but do you think I am going to admit that
here???

Joan

On Fri, 2 May 2008 05:55:23 -0700 (PDT), Lynne
<oldmama53@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

But I like 'em bad, Joanie!! :-)

I've always followed the philosophy that if my parents were
suspicious, he was the one for me. :-)

- Lynne

On May 1, 10:39 pm, Joan Carter <spamf...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
He is so bad, Lynne. :-)

Joan

On Thu, 1 May 2008 15:53:19 -0700 (PDT), Lynne

<oldmam...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
<shaking head>

Oh, boy, ...

- Lynne

On May 1, 4:53 pm, OLT...@xxxxxxxxx (GT Tick) wrote:
I am convinced now more than ever that oysters being an aphrodisiac is
an old wive's tale. If they work for some it must be 'cause of a
placebo effect.

I know it ain't true 'cause I ate twelve of them last night and only
eight of them seemed to worked.

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