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Re: Stop Stansted

" guess that's ok for men Jon, but women like to have particular face creams, shower gels etc and if you can't take that in hand luggage because of checks then you are forced to use the hold. I assume you are not allowed to have hairdryers in handluggage these days? My mum had some unopened rheumatism cream taken off her in krakow because she forgot to put it in her suitcase. "

Ooops, I use face cream too, plus a couple of other non-gender-specific unguents. But I prefer to stick them in the suitcase rather than have some bramble jelly throwing tyrant (or anybody else) rummage through my spongebag at the security gate.

Re: Stop Stansted

Apols jon I misread hold luggage for hand luggage....yes of course you must use moisturiser. Very pleased men have caught on to the idea of pampering themselves

Re: Stop Stansted

There's a cosmetic surgeon with premises in my office building. You'd be amazed how many men leave his clinic with bandages over their facelift scars.

Re: Stop Stansted

No-one's coming near me with a knife!
Plastic surgery, yuk! How stupid can you get?

I wouldn't mind a few massages, though. Failing that, a long soak in my own juices in the bath wouldn't go amiss.

Re: Stop Stansted

Eugh, what exactly do you do in the bath?

Re: Stop Stansted

Well, I never cogitate or masticate.

John Prescott would call it relaxificational bathing.