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Women wanted to eat chocolate in UK Answered

Women in the UK are wanted to eat chocolate for a year to test whether it reduces the risk of heart problems

Kitewife? Oh, Kitewife?...you live in the UK, right?

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Oh, wait...I just read it again...you have to be postmenopausal and have type 2 diabetes...oh well...

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Labot2001 (author)2008-04-29
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Lithium Rain (author)Labot20012008-04-29

It means after menopause. Menopause is when women...here, read about it for yourself...

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Labot2001 (author)Lithium Rain2008-04-29

It means after menopause. ... I could gather that much...

And thanks for the wiki reference =]

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Lithium Rain (author)Labot20012008-04-30

Solo hablo un poco de espanol.

As a matter of fact, I'm working on translating my ibles to spanish, with the help of translation sites when I get really stuck.

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Keith-Kid (author)Lithium Rain2008-04-30

translating an ible to Spanish? 1) which one? 2) ....that's a pretty good idea..... I could translate my own....

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Lithium Rain (author)Keith-Kid2008-04-30

My spongebob cake...It's going to be called Tarta de Bob Esponja.

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Keith-Kid (author)Lithium Rain2008-04-30

bizcocho.

cake = bizcocho (caribbean and upper south America) = tarta (bottom south America)

sounds better than tarta.

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Lithium Rain (author)Keith-Kid2008-04-30

Oh. I might use that then. Thank you! :)

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Goodhart (author)2008-04-29
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Goodhart (author)Goodhart2008-04-30

Now that I think of it, this is highly discriminatory :-(

*chuckle*

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bumpus (author)2008-04-29

i thought donnisha was at it again...nvm

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Lithium Rain (author)2008-04-29

Heh. I don't know whether to congratulate or console...

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Kiteman (author)2008-04-29

She saw that before you did (the UK press went to town the story). Unfortunately (or fortunately, depends on your POV) she does not fit the criteria at all.

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