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Old 11-19-2013, 12:35 PM   #41
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Darn accountants ...
Its' a curse!
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Old 11-19-2013, 03:27 PM   #42
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Its' a curse!
and the curse goes on andy.....worse still....you turn into an estate agent like me!!
"my name is harry,i was an accountant & now i'm an estate agent..help me,please!"!!
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I'm glad you found a source of almost saltines. I was going to suggest water crackers (water biscuits).
ta tax!! couple of people on the various posts i read suggested cream crackers or water crackers too.other folks said they weren't salty enough tho'.i'll run with the doria's & watch the seasoning.
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forgot to mention,some of the posts were from pregnant us ex pats,craving saltines.reading the posts it seems that saltines have quite a "crave" following with mum's to be,your side of the pond??

Saltines are eaten to remedy the nausea (morning sickness) in pregnant women. That's terrible if they are in a country where they can't get them!
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Saltines are eaten to remedy the nausea (morning sickness) in pregnant women. That's terrible if they are in a country where they can't get them!
There are lots of home remedies for morning sickness. Saltines haven't been around all that long, in terms of human history.
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