Monday, May 25, 2009

Getting my whinge on.

Whinge is one of the few Australian (or British? who knows) slang words I feel I can get away with without sounding like a poser. It means to whine or protest or complain.

I am sick. Again. Head cold, snot production, achy. HOT. I feel so disgusting in fact that I am skipping uni today. I had a rule at MHC that I could only skip class if I was going to do something fun or if I was dying; I could only skip class once per subject per semester (I like my self made rules). Here I've tried to keep that rule up but this semester I've skipped class because I was actually sick. and instead of going to class I've slept.

So, I am sick. I don't have any honey for tea. And instead of going to class and learning I am going to sit in my bed and do some reading. BO--OR-ING.

Last time I was sick, I wanted to throw a pity party, this time - I am angry. But there isn't much to do for a headcold outside of drinking a lot of water and sneezing a lot. So, I'm off to do those things. Stay well, my readers. No matter what anyone tells you the chapped lips and tissue chafed nose is never in style.

6 comments:

  1. But having chapped lips gives you lots of opportunity to try new chap sticks! Hope you feel better soon.

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  2. Umm, staying in bed reading is considered boring? SHIT!

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  3. Donut girl - thank you!

    Carmen - So true, which is your favourite?

    Evolutionary Revolutionary - no, only when it's for an essay i'd rather not be writing. Otherwise reading in bed is a definitely NOT boring.

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  4. I'm sick too! I've had a terrible head cold with a sore throat. I'm sneezing, but mine aren't cute like yours. I sound like a large, older man. Pretty.

    Hope you're feeling better, and you found some honey, honey.

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  5. Chris - I am so sorry! :( being sick is such a bummer! I hope you feel better - and I am sure your sneeze is amazing.

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