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jals

ohhhh politics and religion will do it every time. Best to stay away from them if you want to remain friends. So sorry.
We all need more lighthearted fun in our lives.

lelabugosi

Well, mainly that jigidi turned nasty, because of politics.

jals

What happened?

lelabugosi

Glad you had some fun........this was when we all used to laugh a lot more..........

jals

I have just stumbled over this puzzle and read the entire thing.
I'm never sure who's being serious and who is not, but one thing I know is I've seen an entirely different side of patsquire, or is it psquirt. Don't think I want to know where that nickname came from.
The cast of characters here is absolutely delightful and I just died laughing at the last video. I really needed that laugh.

Surreal_Heidi

Oh dear.... oh dear..... oh dear..... oh dear..... oh dear.....

patsquire

Oh my.....I just watched it! Lelabug has it right.....oh dear.......oh dear.....oh dear.......oh dear.....oh dear.......oh dear.....oh dear.......

patsquire

"I wonder how often Church Lady has heard: "Say hello to my little friend......"
"...little friend"???
Never from me, I can assure you!

lelabugosi

Oh dear.....oh dear.......oh dear.....oh dear.......oh dear.....oh dear.......oh dear.....oh dear.......

gemstone

I thought CL's favourite line would be..."It's going to be a bumpy ride!"

suemarie

O M G !!!!!!!!!!!!

Church_Lady

How about say hello to my little friends?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2-X5s9PXYk

suemarie

Hmmm....if we're quoting famous movie lines, I wonder how often Church Lady has heard: "Say hello to my little friend"......

JM_Cookie

A Boat ...LOL

patsquire

That's "boat" Cookster. "BOAT!"

juneshone

said Church Lady to the Bishop

JM_Cookie

Were gonna need a bigger hose..

lelabugosi

Oh dear, oh dear.......this is all getting out of hand................so to speak!

Surreal_Heidi

A fire hose would be more effective.

JM_Cookie

We could just spray her with the garden hose..

wicca

Churchy, go take a cold shower.

Church_Lady

Oh dear,now I am blushing like a ............nah, it was just another hot flash.

patsquire

By the way Bugosilanders, you may not have heard of the Olympic athlete from Bonga-Bonga. He won a Gold Medal in his event, and he was so proud that he took it right home and had it bronzed.

patsquire

The ways to do what?

Church_Lady

Oh Patty Sweetums,let me name the ways.......................

patsquire

Many people have told me, lela, that after they met me their life was never the same. I'm not sure exactly what they meant by that.

JM_Cookie

Well darn it all... that explains why you got shot.

lelabugosi

Mr.Squirt........I am sure I speak for countless others, when I express my humble gratitude for this amazing piece of news.......my life would not have been the same without it........

patsquire

Nino Salukvadze is a 47 year old mother and Olympic pistol shooter competing for Georgia during the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro. (She was born the day before I got shot in Vietnam!) In 1988 at the age of 19 she won two medals, a Gold and a Silver for the Soviet Union at the Seoul Olympics. In 2008 she won a Bronze Medal for Georgia at the Beijing Olympics.

This year she will set a record just by competing. No, not for being the oldest Olympian ever. The oldest Olympic athlete was Swedish rifle shooter Oscar Swahn. He won a silver medal in 1920 when he was 72 years, 281 days old. Overall Swahn won 6 medals, including a Gold for long range shooting at moving targets. (The event was called “running deer.”)

Nino Salukvadze will be joined by a very special team mate - her own son! It will be the first time in Olympic history that a mother and her son will compete side by side. They will both be shooting 10 meter air pistol, the demanding shooting event of all.

patsquire

"There" as you have discovered is that heinous pomegranate puzzle!

Surreal_Heidi

Now you've confused ME, Patty. Where is ''there''? And why? I always thought that Bugosiland was a state of mind.( Bonga-Bonga is a real place tho'.)

patsquire

Yes I agree, they mostly aren't familiar with our long, rich history here in bugosiland. So far only gemmeee has left a comment showing one of us was there.

lelabugosi

Mr.Squirt.......I am sure you have managed to throw all who visit that page (and the puzzle poster), into utter confusion..........

patsquire

We're all still pulling for the glorious Mrs.B lela. Keep up the good work.

You know, gemmeee, you raise an interesting point. I've never understood what they mean by "erectile disfunction." Perhaps it means putting out unusually copious quantities of, well, just ask ChurchLady about it. If that's what it means, I guess I'm guilty! If it means something else, I wouldn't know what.

BTW, I took care of that d*mn callous pomegranate poster! Go back and take a look.

lelabugosi

Eating a bit more now, preciouspebble.......though I have to work on it all the time!

gemstone

Obviously, you didn't check out benefit #4...bet psquirt is keeping quiet about how many smoothies he consumes per day!

P.S. Have had no internet for four days so was wondering how Mrs. B. is doing. My mum and grandma always swore by eggnogs when anyone didn't feel like eating. ❤️

lelabugosi

Yes, it is your duty to report it.....AT ONCE!
This sort of blatant propaganda is sooo UNHEALTHY!

suemarie

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/JHUADKUA/pomegranates

Why wasn't this posted with a filter? Should I report it?

wicca

OOOOOO now that sounds kinky.

patsquire

Well, you COULD poop on them!

wicca

So nice and shiny! I'll have to try it on my feathers. It might make me too appealing to the cats though.

patsquire

That happens to be my REAL hair, REALLY, as in - - - it's REAL! I'm surprised you'd think I use sardine oil as a pomade. SURPRISED I SAY! But you're not wrong. How'd you guess?

MacTea

Glad Mrs. B is getting on better now Lela. I agree with the others, you must also take care of yourself to be strong for Mrs. B
☺♥♥♥

biscottino

Yes, Lela, I second that. You must look after yourself too! Sending good wishes to you and your wife. x

Trouble_and_Frog

Her system is probably still in a state of shock with what she's been through but time is a great healer even if a little slow at times. My thoughts are with you that the healing process picks up the pace. Although I know the circumstances are not the same I can appreciate how difficult this is for you as I was in a similar position to Kirsten. Please make sure that you are looking after yourself too and keeping up your own strength . . . :-)

lelabugosi

Thanks froglet.......Still very difficult to get her to eat much, and mentally she is all over the place, but hopefully it is just a matter of (a long) time..........

Trouble_and_Frog

Hi Lela . . . I was so pleased to see that Mrs B is improving and that her appetite is returning . . . hopefully she will now be getting stronger and putting on that weight she needs. It looks like her medication was too strong for her . . . possibly because she was weaker with her loss of weight and frailty. I do hope that she continues her recovery with no problems . . . :-)

lelabugosi

Yes, YOU! Plus, which, furthermore, in addition......what's with the squashed sardine oil on the toupee?!!

patsquire

Huh! "SOME people!" Meaning WHO? MMMEEEEEEE????

lelabugosi

Well, at least I don't have to use BEESWAX on my naturally shiny skin......unlike SOME people!

patsquire

As opposed to YOU, with your enormous bony head, weirdly misshapen ears, ugly yellow skin and dark piercing eyes! (Although those dark piercing eyes might work to your advantage with the ladies. Is that how you lured the beautiful Mrs.B into your life?)

lelabugosi

The frightening thing is that they all look so innocent.............

patsquire

OK, well, I sort of "scanned" it and while it did give some good recipes I thought the part about the cannibals was just disgusting.

patsquire

What's going on here? . . . . . . . . Oh. Maybe I should listen to whatever that is. :-)

lelabugosi

Oh, I missed the omelette recipe! Let us know how you get on......or not...........

lelabugosi

I have now watched it 6 times, but a couple of words still elude me, as it is so short.
I understood the basic story about the drunken sailor falling into the tadpole pond, and losing his wooden leg......being rescued by the dusky orphan gypsy girl, who had run away from her foster parents to join Ringling's circus......the jealous lion tamer, who was struck by lightning as he was about to whip the drunken sailor........and finally, the unprecedented drought, which dried up all the tadpole ponds in Finland, uncovering thousands upon thousands of wooden legs......

Maybe you can decipher more of the code..........

jignut

Ditto from across the pond.

juneshone

well done mr and mrs B, hugs to both

gemstone

Good news! Hope she is up and running on all cylinders lickety split...and up and down the stairs!

Tell her you can't keep a good woman down...we need her to help keep you and psquirt in line! ;)))

patsquire

I'm sure you will, my runcible friend. Both of you.

lelabugosi

precious-pebble......The doctor (oncologist) actually advised to stop taking any pills at all! She is just taking one at night, which knocks her out. Also said he must eat more, but that the operation was successful. Mrs.B is now thinking more positively, since the visit, and is starting to eat properly.......hopefully we will see better days.

patsquire

I may be many things, but I am NOT runcible! I do not use runcible spoons, nor wear runcible hats, nor keep a runcible cat. Or any cat for that matter, I am a confirmed dog person (except for that runcible mangy mutt of lela's whose name I cannot remember). So there! HARRRUMMPHHH!

gemstone

Did the doctor offer any new remedies for Mrs. B?

My prescription for you is a bottle of the tad. :)

lelabugosi

Eggsactly...........

juneshone

a runcible spoon?

lelabugosi

Mr.Squirtz, I have sent you a spoon......a very LARGE one, for obvious reasons........

gemstone

Let me count the ways...

RandomWorship

You've got your Jigidi, Pat. What else could you possible need? (❛ᴗ❛)

patsquire

Hi lela, and everybody (especially you Churchy), after more than a week unplugged I'm back! I have finished my move to Tennessee (Knoxville area) and the AT&T man just left, having hooked me up with internet, phone and television. EVERYTHING is still a shambles and I can't find anything I need, but it's all clear sailing from here on! YIPPEEEE!

P.S. Can anybody send me a spoon, please?

RandomWorship

Just popping back to say sorry for the length of my earlier missive, lela. Your situation just hit a chord for me, and it felt like it would be helpful to let you know about my own experiences. And it just poured out. But on reflection, perhaps it wasn't so helpful. Sorry. But I do think with time and support, Mrs B will get better. Although I know it will be hard on both of you. All the very best. My heart goes out to both of you. ❤

lelabugosi

Thanks all!

biscottino

Keeping Mrs B in my thoughts and sending all my best wishes. ♥

juneshone

so sorry for you both, she must be really scared sometimes. I hope things start to improve soon, hugs to both

Surreal_Heidi

I feel so sorry for your wife. I can imagine nothing scarier than knowing your mind is not right and not being able to do anything about it. I wish you both strength to get through this.

gemstone

I hope this week's doctor's visit offers a solution. I don't think doctors fully appreciate the panic that mental confusion brings both a patient and their family as they can simply walk away from it.

lelabugosi

Thanks for that info. It's certainly very similar anyway. When Mrs.B was in hospital, and I was 'sleeping' there, I would leave her for three hours every day, to feed the cats. As she had no notion of time, she would wake up in a panic, wondering where I was (and indeed, wondering where SHE was). So I wrote a big note to leave by her bed, saying "Back at 6 o'clock" - I think it just helped a little.
While in hospital, she thought that the nurses were trying to kill her, and imagined people visiting her in the middle of the night. She couldn't work her phone, and said that it was broken, as was the clock. If she did manage to call me (sometimes with the help of a nurse) it was often when I had just arrived home, and she was asking where I was, and when I would be back.

RandomWorship

Hi lela, I don't know if this is helpful, but when my father was hospitalised for an over-active thyroid, he too developed "delirium". I had never really heard of that as being a medical condition. But I sure quickly found out how tricky it is to manage! My father would pack his things, and leave the hospital to take himself home. He thought the hospital was some kind of hotel and didn't understand why he was there. Despite (normally) knowing the area that the hospital was in really well, he thought he was interstate. So had he just set out with his bags, I have no idea what would have happened to him! Luckily, he would call me on my mobile (cell), and cheerily let me know that he was ready for me to pick him up! At which I would let him know I would be there any minute now, and then call the hospital and ask them to go out and get him. Thankfully, he never got away! And despite the hospital not being a "secure facility", they agreed to move him to closer to the nurse's station, where they could keep a better eye on him. And we (me and my two sisters) developed a weekly roster, where we stayed with him from morning to bed-time, to keep him calm and safe. He was discharged from hospital about 2 weeks later, but because of the delirium, wasn't allowed to go home. And ended up staying in a secure aged care facility for about 6 weeks, as we waited for the delirium to slowly pass. Luckily his delirium was a little better while he was there, and we were mostly successful at keeping him there. But he quickly learned the code to the door, and would take himself off for walks. Which was terrifying for us at first. The upshot of this story? The delirium did pass eventually. But it was a long haul. We found that written notes put up all over his walls really helped, for when we weren't there. We would write where he was, and that we would visit that day. And to ring us if he was concerned. It mostly helped. But we sure had scary moments. And it was hard, wondering when we would get a break-through on the delirium lifting. I wish you and Mrs B all the best. Oh, I nearly forgot. They did give him medication for it, but from recollection, it was a very powerful anti-psychotic medication - seroquel. And they were keen to keep lowering his dosage, and to get him off it as quickly as they could.

We found the best thing to do was to keep calm, and not get frustrated when he forgot things, or would repeat himself. And we found "distraction" a useful tool too. For example, if he was saying that he really wanted to go home, and no amount of explanation about why he couldn't made a difference, we would just interrupt him with asking whether he wanted a cup of tea, and busy about making that. And then there was the opportunity to change the subject and talk about other things. But it sounds like Mrs B is in a different space to my dad. He was NOT aware of his mind not being right.

All the very best. I feel for both of you. It's not easy on either of you. But I hope that it's a temporary state of affairs. (❛ᴗ❛)

lelabugosi

As far as the doctors at the hospital were concerned, her operation was a success, she just needed to eat more (as she is very frail) and exercise (but she can't stand for long without feeling dizzy, and her legs are very weak). I asked for some kind of home help, but they say it could take months, as I am at home and able to take care of her. As for the 'delirium', they said that they could give her something for that, but never did. I have to see her own doctor next week, and hopefully he will prescribe something.
The horrible thing is that she knows that her mind is not right when these bad spells occur, but can't get back to reality.

juneshone

Hi trouble, not easy to explain in a polite fashion but blow it out your fundament kind of describes him, then look at the opposition, and our own lots = no wonder the world is in the mess it is. It isn't just the cream that rises to the top.

Trouble_and_Frog

lol June . . . I have always thought Trump by name and trump by nature . . . a load of hot air but have always been too shy to say it out loud (cough . . . cough . . . splutter). This doesn't count as saying it out loud does it?

Trouble_and_Frog

It must also be very frustrating for you Lela to see Mrs B up and down like this. I do hope that the good days are increasing and the bad days growing less.

Elfie

But it's incredible - how do they explain half a year gone without anything happening????

gemstone

Oh dear...I know that is worrisome for you. Hope friends are giving you a break now and then. Have the doctors offered any explanation...or possible time frame 'til the mental confusion disappears? ❤️❤️ (one for each of you)

lelabugosi

Still up and down, I'm afraid. Sometimes fine, others delirious!

gemstone

Good to see you, Hanne...hope all is well. And speaking of which...how are The Bugosi's doing?

Elfie

Hi all of you - it's an interesting debate you are having right here... :-)))

jignut

Thank you Junee for a new word for my vocabulary.

wicca

Oh yes, I have been to Bunga Bunga (named after its leader Sir Bunga Hola) several times. Rumor has it he a clone of Tonald Drump. I do see a definite resemblance
.

suemarie

It's the same here in the Colonies, nowadays......

juneshone

to trump in England is to pass wind from the nether regions

gemstone

Heimlich...quick!!!...there must have been something in my glass...

patsquire

Yes gemmeee, for better or worse we'll soon stop calling him "The Donald" and start calling him "The President."

gemstone

Ho-hum...I can hardly wait 'til Tonald Drump becomes a magnificent world leader and strides around the world bringing peace everywhere...including Bonga Bonga and Bunga Bunga...although he will have his work cut out for him with our own glorious leader and psquirt! Pass the tad, please.

patsquire

Spoken like a true Bonga-Bonga patriot sir!

The Bunga Bungans are known to be a low, cowardly people as well as dirty, slovenly and lazy. This certainly proves that they originally descended from ancestral Bonga-Bongans, and have made great strides in improving their lives!

lelabugosi

Thanks once again, all!
Mr.Squirt......Someone else also pointed that one out to me, and this was my statement - "Bunga Bunga is a renegade nation, out to steal our secrets in their dastardly bid for world domination.......THEY SHALL NOT PREVAIL!"

I stand (and sit) by those words!

patsquire

Friend of yours, Lela? Maybe even a relative?

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/WXDXAFGW/Bunga-bunga

patsquire

Congratulations and good luck on the long, slow road to a full recovery. I'm thinking about you two every day.

mrsmike2

Great news Lela B...and Mrs B....Hopefully the recovery is more rapid now your home in your comfy house... next goal get off the couch and to your room and getting rid of your potty chair...Your a good man !!!!

Trouble_and_Frog

What great news Lela but what a pity Mrs B can't luxuriate in her own bed . . . mind you it does mean she has a new goal to aim for and look forward to and I don't mean football (soccer to you) :-)

lelabugosi

Thanks, dark-messenger and Juneee!
Yes, it is a complete shambles, Little-biscuit-thingy.....Worst thing that could happen, in my opinion.

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