Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Calling It In


Yes, I'm still sick. No, the thought of what that Harridan, MJ, from Infomaniac would say has not kept me from posting anything. Well, maybe a little. Mostly it's due to Saki having gotten so accustomed to bossing me around while I'm home all day that he now stands guard over the keyboard so I can't type anything. It is so Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. I suppose I'll be having rats for lunch next.

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  1. Feel better soon!! And remember, "But ya ARE in that chair, Blanche. Ya ARE in that chair!"

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  2. still sick??

    you simply must ply your body with Oscillococcinum!

    Found at health food stores (and some regular drug stores)! It is most effective BEFORE you get sick, but every little bit helps!

    You let them dissolve under your tongue...and they're sweet like shugah.

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  3. Lots of fluids and lots of rest.
    That'll do it.

    Feel better!

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  4. Per your keyboard, does this mean you are pussy-whipped?

    Feel better

    Cheers

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  5. Perhaps you need a cat scan.

    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

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  6. I think I need to choose my blog audience better.

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  7. Poor Peenee. Where's that good for nothing nurse Cherry Ames when you need her?

    At least you have nurse Saki and nurse MJ to ire you out of the sick bed and make a small cry for help.

    Have you tried flying a paper airplane with HELP written on it out the window?

    Anyway, I hope you got well.

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  8. Does the cat call the bank and fake your voice to draw funds? Now THAT is talent!

    Feel much better!

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  10. Jesus gawd! I hate that "this post has been removed by the author" bullshit. It looks like I wrote something distasteful and then thought better of it. Can I help it if the office internet posted my comment twice?!

    Oh. No sir. I am working. For reals.

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