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Best E-mail response ever it this from my cousin who I had planned to visit in Luxembourg

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    jag
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    Gallagher,

     Would you just start drinking copious amounts of Jameson and resolve this issue. Sorry to be blunt but obviously the issue is your skull is too thick. My diagnosis comes as a result of your genes. Take Big Mick for example, he has Harlem bullets lodged in his skull that he doesn’t even know about and there is no need to even talk about the Wynne side of things.  To that end, my diagnosis/solution (couldn’t think of a medical term ending in “is” for solution)/prognosis is as per below

     

     

     

    Gallagher,

     Would you just start drinking copious amounts of Jameson and resolve this issue. Sorry to be blunt but obviously the issue is your skull is too thick. My diagnosis comes as a result of your genes. Take Big Mick for example, he has Harlem bullets lodged in his skull that he doesn’t even know about and there is no need to even talk about the Wynne side of things.  To that end, my diagnosis/solution (couldn’t think of a medical term ending in “is” for solution)/prognosis is as per below

     

     

    Patient is presented with fatty head

    Double drip is connected with Jameson 15 year old reserve (veins or arteries, matters not as long as it is going in)

    Patient may become incoherent or try and fight the world.

    Singing rebel songs and attempting to throw stones into the sea towards Britain is a common side effect

    Patient loses intelligence but that is OK as he is now a poet (and is invincible so beware when arguing)

    Fatty head becomes sore head

    Drips are removed.

    Head is sore but brain has reduced in size.

    Irish Breakfast is provided to assist with anaesthetic effects.

    Patient may now fly to Europe for Friday night top ups.

     

    Voila!!!

     

    Paul Maloney

    MD Slone Catering!.

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      Kimmer
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      I think you have an interestingly wicked family tree.. love it.  His diagnosis and treatment plan may be worth a go! 

      Still rootin' for ya to make that trip…betcha it'll be sooner than you think.

       

       

      Take good care, K.

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      Kimmer
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      I think you have an interestingly wicked family tree.. love it.  His diagnosis and treatment plan may be worth a go! 

      Still rootin' for ya to make that trip…betcha it'll be sooner than you think.

       

       

      Take good care, K.

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      BonnieLea
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      And I can ditto those words of advice, only maybe substitute a Great Canadian Lager?  Or Canadian Club or my fav Grey Goose Vodka….  (the vodka would look very innocently like saline drip)

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      BonnieLea
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      And I can ditto those words of advice, only maybe substitute a Great Canadian Lager?  Or Canadian Club or my fav Grey Goose Vodka….  (the vodka would look very innocently like saline drip)

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