November 16, 2004

I have donated…

Ever since I came to England I have donated:
1. A can of Tesco tuna chunks to the Children In Need;
2. One Pound Only to the African branch of the Children In Need;
3. One Pound Only to the demanding Children In Need;
4. £1.11 to the Breast Cancer Campaign; and
5. A pint of blood. To England. With love.

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  1. well done! i went to give blood today but they wouldn't let me because i had given blood 11 weeks ago so i need to wait another couple weeks before i can give again!

    16 Nov 2004, 19:15

  2. Poor you! It was my first time. Quite interesting experience, I have to say. But yes, I did like the feel of it (I'm weird) and I think I do share your anxiety to donate more

    16 Nov 2004, 19:41

  3. hehe, darling, hope u can get better soon, and have another try after couple weeks ago. i believe it's good for ur health and ur mind…...hahaha

    16 Nov 2004, 19:49

  4. I do hope they didn't suck up my brains because I haven't even started on the assignment yet…

    16 Nov 2004, 21:18

  5. Alex


    17 Nov 2004, 00:27

  6. Alex

    Er I mean, well done on the donations! Knowing your luck your pint of blood will go to the same starving needy child you donated the Tuna to – but the kid had to have an operation to remove the £1 from his throat after you force-fed it to him, hence the need for the blood transfusion.

    17 Nov 2004, 00:33

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