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Re: [IPk] a cautionary tale



Good cautionary tale that!

The same thing has nearly happened to me a few times. Going shopping is one
good reason to wear the pump on a belt under your shirt. That's what I'll be
doing from now on.

Tony

----- Original Message -----
From: "Diana Maynard" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 9:45 AM
Subject: [IPk] a cautionary tale


> I had a really nasty moment on Saturday when shopping, because I thought
I'd
> lost my pump for good! I was in M & S, tried on some jeans, then went onto
> another couple of shops. About half an hour later I was in another shop
> trying on some other clothes, and I realised my pump wasn't attached to
me!
> Not only that, but it wasn't there at all! I thought back, and remembered
> that I'd taken it off when trying on the jeans, and put it on the chair
with
> my clothes (I almost never do this, but for some reason I thought it would
be
> easier to detach the pump while trying on the jeans). I always check that
> I've left nothing behind in the changing room, but I figured somehow I
must
> have left the pump. By this time it was almost 6pm and the shops were all
> closing, so I hurried back to M&S to find there was a huge queue in the
> changing room. Of course I couldn't remember which changing room I had
used,
> so I had to wait until everyone came out and then look in them all. People
> must have thought I was some kind of weirdo hanging around the changing
rooms
> until people came out! Anyway, luckily, I found the right one and
discovered
> my pump lying on the floor under a chair. I was sooooo relieved!
> I will definitely think twice about detaching my pump in a changing room
from
> now on!
> Di
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