ALL THIS "HEATWAVE" SWEATING has brought me out in the most terrible "athlete's" feet and prickly heat. That river of perspiration running down my back has sprouted all manner of fungal growths. I know what's happening because it happened before at my old house with radiators on full blast in high summer. The house where I lost my mind.
So I'm now covered in two types of antifungal emollients. One a "wash" the other a "creme" formulation.
These unguents are said to go on working for some time after application and hopefully will get zonked out straight away by this highly proactive nuking situation.
I also bought miracle "yukky foot smell in old boots and trainers begone" spray for about £5 ~ and amazingly it works!
If there's any other intimate medical details you'd like to know ~ just ask.
It's what that comments box is all about!!
PS: "foot mushrooms" ~ Fußpilz or Fusspilz ~ being the Germans' charmingly direct expression for "athlete's foot"..!
PPS: Can anyone name the "brand" of mushrooms illustrated?... If so, you might get a cash prize!
(And also might not)...
MICHAEL JACKSON: "MILK OF AMNESIA" FOUND AT STAR'S HOME
MICHAEL JACKSON was on some hardcore pharmaceuticals, the Sun newspaper reveals. The most recent allegation being that a bottle of Propofol, an "anaesthetic induction agent" (ie something you IV and it zonks you right out) was discovered in the late superstar's boudoir.
Media sources are claiming the singer regularly "begged" his nurses for this medication and that he was taking it just to sleep at night!
Propofol is classed as a nonbarbiturate hypnotic agent that should be used with extreme caution in conjunction with opioid analgesics. In other words, it is being alleged, the combination of this with everything else Jackson was alleged to be on, could well be what finished him off.
This medication should only ever be administered by a trained anaesthetist in an operating-theatre situation, physicians insist.
So what on earth was it doing in Michael Jackson's bedroom..?
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