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02-21-2019, 01:46 PM - 2 Likes   #62821
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Thanks Charlie, thought I was pretty much over it, but several trips to the loo this morning tells me otherwise.
Yeah, what Racer said. It's no fun going through being gone through, but it's the only way to get rid of whatever it is you need to rid yourself of.

Ok, that statement should come with a footnote. I have had evil lurking within that needed a bit of help by antibiotics in addition, but those trips were still required. Right now I think Charlie is a more probable subject of such ailments than you are, though.

Just see to it that you don't get dehydrated and you will pull through eventually.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Thanks Charlie, thought I was pretty much over it, but several trips to the loo this morning tells me otherwise.


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My sympathies Bob, I've been down with a nasty respiratory one since Monday, spent Monday in bed never got up except for the loo, Tuesday dosed myself with meds went to work made it worse, yesterday same as Monday didn't get up fever and slept, this am I had to come in and deal with things dosed myself up with meds again and found out why they say to take with food, serious gastro pain mimicking a heart attack, ate a small muffin and lay on the floor in my office until it passed. feel ok now heading home (well symptoms lurking but suppressed, will miss a fun night out with a bunch of artists writers and actors for dinner then a spoken word and rock show after, been looking forward to it for ages oh well. hopefully it clears enough to enjoy a dinner out at a supper club with friends planned a month back and prepaid
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Thanks for the encouragement guys!
Sorry to hear about your situation Eddie, hope you have a fast recovery.

I think it's viral, Mrs Bob has an issue too, she barfed a few times very early Monday morning and felt bad for a couple of days.
I only barfed once, the other end has been my problem.
One of our mistakes was feeling well enough by yesterday evening for a small meal of bbq and sides, I even had a couple of bourbons on the rocks. She has had a queasy stomach today.
Too soon for all that I'm sure. Chicken broth on the menu tonight.
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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
Yeah, what Racer said. It's no fun going through being gone through, but it's the only way to get rid of whatever it is you need to rid yourself of.

Ok, that statement should come with a footnote. I have had evil lurking within that needed a bit of help by antibiotics in addition, but those trips were still required. Right now I think Charlie is a more probable subject of such ailments than you are, though.

Just see to it that you don't get dehydrated and you will pull through eventually.
Me? Nah, tip top shape (touch wood).

We got some snow last night and my new-old snowblower didn't fail me....choke, two squirts on the primer, one pull....vroom! Did our lane way and other half we share with the neighbour beside...and two neighbors beside us. Fun FUn FUN!

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Thanks for the encouragement guys!
Sorry to hear about your situation Eddie, hope you have a fast recovery.

I think it's viral, Mrs Bob has an issue too, she barfed a few times very early Monday morning and felt bad for a couple of days.
I only barfed once, the other end has been my problem.
One of our mistakes was feeling well enough by yesterday evening for a small meal of bbq and sides, I even had a couple of bourbons on the rocks. She has had a queasy stomach today.
Too soon for all that I'm sure. Chicken broth on the menu tonight.
Speaking of jolly good cleaning out....our street got widened today

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All this talk of being sickly.

Racer got a chest cold a week and a half ago.

It has finally stopped kicking his ass.

Still some throat soreness and coughing, but on the mend.

There, I said it.

Time for a soothing shot of scotch.

Sipped smoothly.

For medicinal purposes of course.
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Speaking of jolly good cleaning out....our street got widened today
And your driveways and yards buried.

Build a terrain park and get those freestyle skis out.

Sweet.
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And your driveways and yards buried.

Build a terrain park and get those freestyle skis out.

Sweet.
He was actually very good about only dumping snow into the yard....no driveways YAY!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
All this talk of being sickly.

Racer got a chest cold a week and a half ago.

It has finally stopped kicking his ass.

Still some throat soreness and coughing, but on the mend.

There, I said it.

Time for a soothing shot of scotch.

Sipped smoothly.

For medicinal purposes of course.
Feel better soon...sounds like the correct medicine
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just made a soup that will kock the ass of this cold loads of ginger thai red curry past coconut milk smoked paprika red lentils and carrots all now blended smooth and i can taste it despite the cold

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just made a soup that will kock the ass of this cold loads of ginger thai red curry past coconut milk smoked paprika red lentils and carrots all now blended smooth and i can taste it despite the cold
That actually sounds tasty Eddie.
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despite the lack of bacon it is good. creamy and spicy and clearing my head. crappy samsung pic but starting w a mug of it

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I'm sipping some of Mrs Bob's sparkling apple water.
Since it's carbonated, I put a pinch of salt in to un-carbonate it.
Pretty tasty, reminds me of being a kid and eating green (unripe) apples with salt.
Along with a piece of toast it's helping stop my hunger pangs.
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wow i havent had applea w salt since i was a kid


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I don't add salt to anything.

Otherwise the doctor will threaten me with blood pressure drugs when he finds my blood pressure too high.

Besides, bacon has enough salt for me and all of you combined.
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