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im not kidding about this....

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by boogie hands, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. boogie hands

    boogie hands 12oz Legend

    Joined: Feb 15, 2001 Messages: 16,059 Likes Received: 13

    if there is anything funnier than someone wearing a raw chicken as a cod peice i want you to show it to me.....
  2. JohnnyHorton

    JohnnyHorton Senior Member

    Joined: Apr 2, 2002 Messages: 2,201 Likes Received: 0
    how about the dude trying to pull it off ?
  3. Æ°

    Æ° Senior Member

    Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 1,974 Likes Received: 6
    Why did I think a cod peice was something worn around the neck?
  4. Gat Bush

    Gat Bush Veteran Member

    Joined: Jul 23, 2003 Messages: 9,817 Likes Received: 130
    how can he sleep at night?
  5. <KEY3>

    <KEY3> Veteran Member

    Joined: Mar 24, 2004 Messages: 6,878 Likes Received: 2
    ahhh.... The Vice Guide to Throwing a Party.
  6. Hoblow

    Hoblow Senior Member

    Joined: May 12, 2003 Messages: 1,618 Likes Received: 12
    Oops, jinx on key.
  7. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Veteran Member

    Joined: Aug 19, 2002 Messages: 8,297 Likes Received: 117
    okay and here i thought i would never see a chicken as a cod piece...
  8. swif1

    swif1 Veteran Member

    Joined: Dec 13, 2001 Messages: 7,067 Likes Received: 29
    What's a "cod piece?"
  9. GLIK$

    GLIK$ Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Jul 23, 2002 Messages: 22,277 Likes Received: 117
    say No to art college kids.
  10. saraday

    saraday Senior Member

    Joined: Nov 29, 2004 Messages: 2,054 Likes Received: 1
    Salmonella and food poisoning
    Reviewed by Dr Dan Rutherford, GP

    What is salmonella?

    Salmonella is a type of bacteria. It is usually found in poultry, eggs, unprocessed milk and in meat and water. It may also be carried by pets like turtles and birds.

    What kind of infection does salmonella cause?

    The salmonella bacteria attacks the stomach and intestines. In more serious cases, the bacteria may enter the lymph tracts, which carry water and protein to the blood, and the blood itself. The bacteria attack all age groups and both sexes. Children, the elderly and people who are already ill are much more likely to get a serious infection.

    What are the symptoms of salmonella poisoning?

    * Diarrhoea or constipation.

    * Headaches.

    * Stomach cramps.

    * Nausea and vomiting.

    * Fever.

    * Possibly, blood in the faeces.

    In the case of less serious infections there are fewer symptoms - usually only diarrhoea two or three times a day for a couple of days. Most mild types of salmonella infection clear up in four to seven days without requiring any treatment other than rest and plenty of liquid.

    A more severe infection may cause excessive diarrhoea, stomach cramps and general health problems. In such cases, treatment with antibiotics may be necessary and a doctor should be consulted.

    When is it necessary to contact a doctor?

    * If diarrhoea continues for more than 24 hours.

    * If the diarrhoea is frequent and intense.

    * If the patient has severe stomach cramps.

    * If there is blood in the faeces.

    * If the patient has fever of 38oC or higher.

    * If there are signs of jaundice - a yellowish discolouration of the skin or eyes. This may indicate problems with the liver or the bile ducts that take the bile from the liver to the stomach.

    * Dehydration.

    What is the danger of dehydration?

    Frequent diarrhoea and vomiting may drain the body of fluids, salts and minerals. Dehydration occurs when the patient loses more liquid than they can take in. Cases of dehydration should always be checked by a doctor and can be very dangerous in babies and the elderly.

    Signs of dehydration are:

    * the tongue or the mucous membranes in the mouth are dry

    * dry, chapped skin

    * increased thirst

    * dark urine

    * lack of, or decreased, urine output

    * weakness.

    How can salmonella infections be prevented?

    * Pay attention to cleanliness.

    * Make sure that all food is thoroughly cooked.

    What are the basic rules for preparing food hygienically?

    * Always wash your hands with soap after going to the toilet and before preparing food. Dry them on a dry towel.

    * Wash your hands when you switch from preparing one type of food to another, eg vegetables to meat. This helps prevent the exchange of bacteria between different ingredients.

    * Kitchen utensils must be properly washed with soap and water before use with another type of food. Again, this stops bacteria being exchanged.

    * Use different cutting boards and knives for preparing different foods.

    * Change the dishcloth every day. Wash dishcloths in water that is at least 60oC.

    * Store food in the refrigerator. Meat, poultry and fish must not be left out of the fridge for long periods.

    How should food be cooked to avoid salmonella poisoning?

    The only effective way to kill salmonella bacteria is with heat. For this reason it is essential to cook food thoroughly.

    * Poultry must always be thoroughly cooked or boiled.

    * Minced meat must always be thoroughly cooked or boiled.

    * Never crack a raw egg on a bowl containing other foods - use a knife to crack the shell.

    * In most eggs, the salmonella bacteria exist only on the shell. Eggs should be scalded in boiling water for five seconds before use.


    Based on a text by Christel Bech, nurse

    Last updated 16.02.2005
  11. ElectricitySucks

    ElectricitySucks Veteran Member

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  12. CACashRefund

    CACashRefund 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Oct 8, 2004 Messages: 14,171 Likes Received: 272
  13. Kr430n5_666

    Kr430n5_666 Banned

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  14. The Leader

    The Leader Senior Member

    Joined: Jan 23, 2005 Messages: 1,591 Likes Received: 1
    Never put raw chicken on genitalia?

    There goes my weekends :\
  15. Abracadabra

    Abracadabra Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Dec 28, 2001 Messages: 22,906 Likes Received: 113
    no. being invited to partys requires having friends which automatically rules out tease