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The 2525 Pilgrimage

Inspired by a Zega & Evans song, released in the 1960s, called ‘In the Year 2525’. The 2525 Pilgrimage by Samantha “unextraordinarybint” Harris Centuries since Corona Virus Alpha hit Earth devastating our population, I sit here using a rusty blade, scraping marks in hope that I won’t be discovered by our monitors. We use this […]

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Comfortable Pants

In England we have ‘pants’. These are our undergarments. Affectionately called knickers or grots these slips of material with elastic cover our private parts, and clean ones must be worn daily for good health. Pants must not be confused with the American term for trousers. This is about comfy pants for females. I suspect men […]

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I Have A Sty (hordeolum) – babble

I don’t know what it’s called where you live but, here in the United Kingdom, a ‘sty’ is the name for an eye lid pimple brought on by stress. It starts small, ‘kinda prickly and ends up as a swollen, crusty mess that makes it hard to blink and see properly. All one can do […]

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White Magic is Everywhere – Song.

White magic goes unseen White magic is in the green It’s in the trees, in the grass, in the bees White magic is in the breeze White magic is everywhere White magic, I don’t care White magic floats between It goes, unseen White magic lady White magic, ain’t shady White magic is everywhere It floats […]

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Protected: The Chamber Pot (adult real life story).

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Feeling Persecuted in London

I woke up upset again today. Recently the sun has been shining. We had a week long, glorious heat wave. The government released most of us from our homes from covid19 lockdown rules and we’ve been able to move around freely, with or without masks. Most of us made the most of it. And, we […]

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Blimey. Looks like I’m stuck with the TVT mesh.

The last few months have been hard. As hard as the last few years? Maybe not. Probably because my expectation level has dropped to 0.01 above zero. Those that read my blog will know I had a vaginal polypropylene mesh tape implanted in me during a hysterectomy for Endometriosis. I thought it was, and I […]

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Hard

Is that Samantha Harris? Yes. I’m the consultant who took over your case last year. Oh, hello. Sorry, it’s taken so long to get back to you. ‘pleasantries’ Bombshell The hospital can no longer perform the surgery to remove the TVT mesh. We were unable to secure funding. Yes, we do have the expertise to […]

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Interference From Software

Let’s talk about interference. I live in England, UK. We are now post Brexit. Am I the only one getting frustrated with the interference of programs online while I’m trying to write? From searching to editing, the robot programs ( whom you did not ask for help) interfere. Predictive search…I can’t stand this. I can […]

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The Fall

The grateful stood back Watched While we attacked The blood spewed Our eyes avoiding The tortured They knew The Great Four sat Surveyed, reviewed. Others, apathetic, Reigned Bonded to greedy games Enemy brought in Boxed bright Fuelling winnable fights. She slips out from within Unwanted, ugly, thin. Her plan, simply to survive To build, to […]

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Lab Rat Age – Lockdown Poem

Isolating for covid nineteen All social distancing It’s now twenty twenty-one Another lock down has begun Pfizer, Astra Zeneca and J & J Motivated with shares and graphs They wipe us away Like fleas on an arse Looking back to where to begin I came across the story of Aspirin Linked to Spanish Flu, who […]

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No Better – Review Stapled Hemorrhoidopexy. Honest/Blunt.

A week ago I had my appointment at NHS colorectal specialist regarding my butt pain. This is now the third hospital I’ve been seen for looking into this. I wish they’d share medical records… I’m reminded of how, last decade, I used to go from hospital to hospital over the bladder pain. Then I read […]

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Thursday is the Day – journal entry

So, I went for my CT scan at Luton hospital last week. The whole thing was utterly exhausting, and it was hard for me to keep things in perspective. I did get through it, I remained polite, I got my scan and left. This coming Thursday I will return to Luton Hospital and find out […]

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Confusion – Journal Entry Real Life

  Don’t read any further if upset by injustice, neglect, poverty and perversion. This be trigger city for some. This is your last chance, I’m blunt but not coarse, I am going to discuss a terrible subject in the lightest possible manner. Confusion. When I was a child I was assaulted by an adult man […]

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The Whiteness and Bloody Americans. Rant.

What is wrong with white people? This is aimed at white people in Europe not the States. I’m English and would also class myself as European. I voted to remain for Brexit. How can white people not realise they may be a target for hatred? Because, in the same way my (white) ancestors had to […]

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Ruby Wax and Me – Nipple Poetic Story

There is a woman called Ruby Wax. A more lovely woman you would not see. She has cheeks of red which glow, and she hates them so. Excitable she be and there are none funnier than she. In earlier days she travelled around England to circumvent our inhabitants. With Hit and Run, she met me. […]