|Date:||December 28th, 2006 - 08:56 pm|| |
Oops? *pets* Dear me. Are you feeling any better now? Cranberry gives me a terrible stomach ache so I take capsules. :p
Somewhat. There's pain, now, but it's more stiffness-pain than sign-of-bacterial-infection pain. I think. That's only right now, though.
was it red? i once threw up lime koolaid for two days...i can't drink green things. o_o
but at least...you threw up instead of feeling like you were going to all day. which is, sadly, my case. warugh. but throwing up is not fun ever, anyway.
feel better, dear.
|Date:||December 28th, 2006 - 09:11 pm|| |
Good LORD, woman! Are you okay?
That's so Fangoria of you. Seriously, if I saw a coworker vomiting up red stuff, I'd be on the phone to 911 faster than you can say "bleeding ulcer."
Look, just pass it off to your coworkers as a Situationist stunt to symbolize a protest against irreponsible environmental policies by the government agency of your choice, and they'll award you cool points. :-)
Are you all right? I drink cranberry juice by the carton at certain times, but it never did that to me! You can get capsules at some of the health food stores and maybe you would be better with those.
(I had an abcessed tooth right through the holday ... Not. Fun. Either.)
Oh dear. *hugs, passes tea if your stomach will take it* And um, yes, I imagine someone puking up red stuff would freak out one's co-workers.
*pets* Same applies to tea, by the way. That's how I got my lovely black eye, which is still very highly interestingly-coloured.
I did that once with water, trying to get hydrated enough to donate blood. Yeah, that didn't work out so well.