Its that time of year when everyone gets the flu. As much as we want to get sick to stay home and watch endless hours of TV, we have needs; attaining some physical interactions and practicing our freedoms outdoors.
FIRST, lets view the positives of this situation:
- Avoiding that conversation you would have to go through because you let something slip out that really shouldn’t have.
- Malfunctioning nose is good. Now all the stink of your brother does not exist. Neither does the smell of the burning food in the oven that you were suppose to turn off.
- No more pretending to be sick and tragically failing, forcing us to go through our day following through with our commitments.
- Finally achieving that seclusion people always denied from you.
- You’ve stuck a gold mine, CONGRATS! Bottle the leakage and sell it to those who wish to be sick and join in the bullet points mentioned above.
The list of positives encourages a reader to maintain their runny nose as long as possible, but this is because there is no not actual necessity, in my eyes, to solve this blessing.
If you just can’t stand the idea that a microscopic virus has decided to run havoc on your immune system, then, I GUESS, we should fix this problem once and for all…here is guidance to all you cream puffs:
- Any object will do the fix the leaky faucet on your face, but I suggest when stuffing your nose with things labeled “for external use only”, to not choose an objects that will become lodged Also nothing too sharp but sharp is still okay. BTW: Corks are made especially for job.
- Have some fun, shove Kleenex up the desired nostril. Hold down the unclogged nostril and ignite you snot wade launcher with a five-star (tissue?) sneeze. Then stuff both nostrils after you believe its all clear.
Enjoy your household’s flu epidemic. (: