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In sickness

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Poor BF doesn't get that I don't like to be touched AT ALL when I'm sick. I'll come to you if I want my head petted, thank you very much. He compares me to a cat often enough, he really should get this.

Everything just hurts, from my chest to my joints to my ears, and let's not even talk about my head. Trying to kiss me- it makes me nauseous because I'll have to move my head.

Hope the poor guy's still around once I get over this bug- this must have been the hundredth time I told him to leave me alone in my shivering ball of misery.

Sitting on the sofa together is nice, though. Just don't. Touch. Me!
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  • v JTREMBATH
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    1322 days ago
  • v STARLIGHTSHADOW
    Me neither. I'm well aware I'm prickly and unsightly and really, really ungrateful at the moment. It's a long-distance relationship, too, so we only get to see each other on the weekends. This week is a special situation, he has a case in the city I live in, but I BEGGED him not to come by tonight on account of being so miserable.

    I have a bug where the vertigo is so strong I have to take around five minutes to go from sitting to standing, keep coughing myself sick and can't breathe because my nose is so congested. Every single touch just sets off a chain reaction of symptoms and ends with me retching. Not the best situation... I really feel for the poor guy but I can't help associating even his touch with rather bad things right now :(
    1322 days ago
  • v SPERRIN2012
    I wouldn't be surprised if he was gone. Being unaccepting of anothers love leaves you with none emoticon
    1322 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/13/2012 3:24:32 PM
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