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Hamnavoe

Hall of Fame
Recently, one of my lights broke so I called an electrician to repaire it. I was hoping that he could do it on the day, but he didn't have the sufficient equipment, leaving me in a state of darkness (both literally and figuratively) and despaire
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
I was once despaireate four an attitude adjustment via fashion/personal grooming to repaire my fragile ego after a breakup. My hair stylist suggested Paireing up a paireoxide rinse with a Paire of diamond stud earrings. It backfired when I was MUGged four the earrings and I got a Paire of black eyes to boot.
 

Hamnavoe

Hall of Fame
A couple of months ago, I discovered that I had a pretty bad case of athlete's foot. I headed down to the chemist's to pick up some potassium Pairemanganate. I'd never used this treatment before, so it was something of an exPaireiment for me, but worked great.

The next week, I went down to the Paireson at the chemist who recommended this to me and thanked them. They told me to Pairesist with this method, but alas, I did not follow her advice. The athlete's foot returned, much to my exasPaireation, but using the Pairemanganate again has got it back to normal.

This was a valuable life exPaireiance, and since this ordeal, I have tried to heed other's advice more, and understand that I am not Pairefect and to think I was would leave me Pairenially in bother.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
A couple of months ago, I discovered that I had a pretty bad case of athlete's foot. I headed down to the chemist's to pick up some potassium Pairemanganate. I'd never used this treatment before, so it was something of an exPaireiment for me, but worked great.

The next week, I went down to the Paireson at the chemist who recommended this to me and thanked them. They told me to Pairesist with this method, but alas, I did not follow her advice. The athlete's foot returned, much to my exasPaireation, but using the Pairemanganate again has got it back to normal.

This was a valuable life exPaireiance, and since this ordeal, I have tried to heed other's advice more, and understand that I am not Pairefect and to think I was would leave me Pairenially in bother.
I'm glad you used Paireagraphs to tell your story but I have a Paire of questions to ask you:

1. Was it just one foot afflicted or the Paire?

2. Was it a Paire of pros that advised you or just one, the female you mentioned you did not pay attention to her instructions?
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
A Paire of months ago, I discovered that I had a pretty bad case of athlete's foot. I headed down to the chemist's to pick up some potassium Pairemanganate. I'd never used this treatment before, so it was something of an exPaireiment for me, but worked great.

The next week, I went down to the Paireson at the chemist who recommended this to me and thanked them. They told me to Pairesist with this method, but alas, I did not follow her advice. The athlete's foot returned, much to my exasPaireation, but using the Pairemanganate again has got it back to normal.

This was a valuable life exPaireiance, and since this ordeal, I have tried to heed other's advice more, and understand that I am not Pairefect and to think I was would leave me Pairenially in bother.
Sorry. Had to FTFY (a Paire of words into the poast.)
 

Hamnavoe

Hall of Fame
I'm glad you used Paireagraphs to tell your story but I have a Paire of questions to ask you:

1. Was it just one foot afflicted or the Paire?

2. Was it a Paire of pros that advised you or just one, the female you mentioned you did not pay attention to her instructions?
1. It was the Paire. Quite Pairenicious. My walking speed was hamPaired on the way to the chemist's.
2. It was not in fact a Paire of pros that advised me, just the one. Pairehaps if there had been two, I would have been less reluctant to discard their Pairescription.
 

Sudacafan

G.O.A.T.
And when I am not, le wild funny paranoid appears.
By the way, in French, paranoid would be pronounced differently, like paraNWAH
If we want to keep English pronunciation for French readers including Monsieur Paire, we should write “paranoïd”.
However, the word “paranoïd” does not exist in French, and the correct translation would be paranoïaque.
C’est magnifique.
Edit: We could twist it a little bit more, if @paranoidandroid accepts to be Paired, (i.e., to join Paire cult), he would turn Paireanoid.
 
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