To: Paul Walbridge <>
Subject: Pelagidips
From: jenny spry <>
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 13:53:35 +1000
Hmmm, not a bad idea. Have you ever considered administering full strength *
Bulweria?* It may be unethical though, and and I don't know how you would
prove you got informed consent from a Dipidus sufferer but ....

What ever you do, don't self administer *Bulweria *though*,* you may go past
warm and fuzzy to hallucinating and claim to have seen a Jouanin's Petrel
off Southport and end up being accused of stringing. Dipidus is so cruel.



On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 1:38 PM, Paul Walbridge <
> wrote:

> Hey Jenny,  a strong dose of *Pseudobulweria *at least eases the suffering
> and in a warm setting in an exotic location (Southport). Leaves a pelagidip
> with a warm fuzzy feeling and the strong desire to return, (least that's
> what I'm hoping). Cheers - Paul W.
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