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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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yes, Adalaide, do tell!!! ;)

No don't! I don't want to have to ask one of the mods to change the topic title to include [NSFW]! ;)

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Gt = great thread!

or maybe LTT = Loving this thread :-)

@IrishHeart: Humor is a lot more entertaining than diarrhea and constipation anyway ;-)

DFT: Damn Funny Thread

Spit Coffee on Keyboard Thread: SCKT (oohh, I could come up with some good ones for that acronym!)

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IrishHeart is very, very good at SCK :rolleyes::lol:

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IrishHeart is very, very good at SCK :rolleyes::lol:

oh, for the love of mike! :huh: ...I just did it again :lol: handiwipe please!

...SCK ...doing it and provoking it, she hopes?

poor keyboard, coffee, booze, water, rice pudding....yikes

KIOS (knock it off Shroomie) :lol:

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Gt = great thread!

or maybe LTT = Loving this thread :-)

@IrishHeart: Humor is a lot more entertaining than diarrhea and constipation anyway ;-)

Indeed, kiddo, although the D has oft provoked laughter....have you ever had to use a lined wastebasket in a mad rush because the WC was occupied? How about outside behind a tree? pulled off along a country road? :rolleyes:

TMI? :lol:

If we do not laugh, sweetie, we are all doomed. B)

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BTW

I was a teacher for 25 years.

Believe me, there really ARE some pretty stupid (read as: asinine) questions.... :blink: (it is one of the reasons why teachers drink so much. Really.) (JAMA, vol. 4 , Feb. 2002)

but, Dani--yours is not one of them--not at all! :)

When I told my GI about what we say IBS stands for yesterday, he

SCK.

and W/D--means withdrawal. Some have gluten w/d symptoms.

...and is also what you would have, should you ever leave the forum.

Because you'd miss us.

IMHO

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LOL, y'all are funny. Thankfully my cup that used to have tea in it is empty or I'd have STK ?

I wanted to add one more possible meaning for GI, I realized it might be used on here too after I saw it on the Wheat Belly Blog.

Glycemic Index (aka GI)

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