Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Controller, Sep 17, 2012.
It's that time of year..
despite my incredibly unhealthy lifestyle, i am very rarely ill.
yep can feel a manflu on its way
Its all that man-protein you been swallowing.
I pretty much feel ill 90% of the year. Winter..... full on man flu..... summer.... Hayfever. Also.... inbetween actually being ill.... i almost always have a peruvean nose leak.
already had my man flu... was killer
i saw an episode of american dad where stan medicated himself with crack.
seemed to work great until he was mugged for his shoes by a young boy in mexico.
Epidemic hasn't spread to these parts yet, am already stockpiling Brandy, Vitamin C and Escort Magazines.
At the office and i feel terrible. Severe man flu.
Night Nurse Day & Night is doing the job nicely though, boss told me to go down to the high street and grab some meds. The Day capsules have got rid of my runny nose and cough...but its the dxm filled Night capsules im looking forward to haha...
im still suffering 2 weeks on
I've gone through 2 packets of tissues already today, necked some beechams all in 1 tablets that cost me a fiver and have done absolutely sweet FA to help.
I have tomorrow off work luckily - going to sob into my pillow for the majority of the day unless I can peel myself away from my bed long enough to make a brew. I haven't even smoked for over 24 hours, definitely ill. /cry
Just come back from a hip hop festival with a murderous case. That heavy feeling on the top of your eyes is one of my pet hates.
I hate that feeling in the back of your throat when it aint kicked in but ya know its coming
got that right now
trying to smoke abit before it gets too bad
can sometimes get rid of it before it starts by loading up on vitamin c doesnt always work tho
Yeah I hate that, you normally wake up with it...
It's wicked when it turns out to be nothing tho.
apparently, or so the internet tells me... that a severe cold means you have a 'good' immune system.
Great, so I'm perfectly ok my body is just trolling me.
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