It’s full blown hallucinations when I go outside. The sky’s green and stuff. I kind of have to walk the dog or suffer barking all evening which is as painful as you might imagine. And through all this, people are asking me to do normal work stuff which I just can’t do.
Never normally get ill so it’s come as a bit of a shock.Posted 1 year ago
This is the very last place in the world I’d come for sympathy, but now I’m a bit older, holy moly, when it hits, it’s desperately awful. Paracets and Ibufrofen are stopping the muscular pain in my neck but my head wants to pop, my throat is full of 10 speed cassettes and I’m dripping pints from my nose.
Can barely walk the dog let alone get on a bike. Sympathy please. Or ridicule – won’t register either way tbh.Posted 1 year agofunkmasterpSubscriber
I had flu once. It was horrendous and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. What you’ve got princess is a cold or something. Are you one of those people who says they have a migraine when they’ve actually got a headache? You need to put two teaspoons of concrete in your next brew to help you toughen up 😉Posted 1 year agoonehundredthidiotMember
Feel your pain. Flu like symptoms started 8days ago. Was in bed until today, apart from having to get up to walk dogs, not much food.Posted 1 year ago
Nicely developed a chest infection on Wednesday, apparently the weathers been nice. I sat outside today in a fleece and down jacket, hacking cough, which looked odd as the neighbour’s were in shorts and tees.
Only on day three and if I had the energy, I’d refute some of these allegations about not really being ill. It’s the sort of crapness that means you never really sleep and when you do catch the odd half hour, you wake up with your whole head stuck to the pillow with snot.
And then the idea of getting wet is so hideous that you don’t shower or shave which makes everything a bit worse.Posted 1 year ago
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