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EARTHTOELLE
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Pachucha - that means sick

Friday, June 10, 2011


Me talking about being sick, biting my nails, guests from the Amazon and of course... weight.
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  • v AUNA_CALM
    Hey, I don't think it was your new friend that got you sick. Because it sounds like you've had the flu, you have all the classic symptoms of an intestinal flu. Riding the bus does expose you to a lot of germs. Maybe you should stockpile some jars of sauce, or pre-make some and freeze for whenever you're stuck in the house that long again. Wear that fingernail polish, that's really helpful. When I used to bite my nails as a child, it was because I didn't have any clippers. It can wear down your teeth, like someone else mentioned. I hope you feel better soon. Try to swim whenever you're at the pool, that would be one way to add fitness to your days. Being active also stimulates your germ-fighting abilities. Also, I know you have to know about how the sun can damage your skin... But it can also give you a fever, and help germs to grow stronger. They like it really warm. So you might sun a little less... Take care!
    1869 days ago
  • v JUNIE33
    When I read that biting on your nails was "bad" for your teeth, I stopped.
    1870 days ago
  • v HANKENSTEIN
    I bite my nails until they hurt sometimes. I'm psycho.

    Wait, pasta with nothing on it? NOTHING? You should just eat the newspaper instead. You don't have to wait 11 minutes. LOL
    1871 days ago
  • v EARTHTOELLE
    Hmmm cant tell you why... it works for me.

    Tnx 4 the advice - Im definitely walking lots - I dont even have a car!
    1871 days ago
  • v FYRCOP
    Couldn't get it to play. I have to admit your lead-in was intriguing.

    Dennis

    St
    ay focused, keep moving and walk, walk, walk!
    1871 days ago
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