Sunday, March 06, 2005


Still furiously ill.

If you need something to look at while I hack up a lung, check out my new favorite website where they publish random crap people hear in NYC.


Urrrgh. Cold remedies anyone?

Posted by Spurious Nurse at 3/06/2005 02:49:00 AM


  1. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 9:56 AM  
    Theraflu. Seriously, it's not just for flu anymore.
  2. Blogger Bucky Four-Eyes posted at 10:24 AM  
    You can't beat the one-two punch of Dayquil and whiskey. Or Nyquil and more whiskey.

    Or just whiskey.

    Hope you feel better, poor sick Plum!
  3. Blogger Susie posted at 10:33 AM  
    Hi, Plum, I've been here before, but don't think I've commented because I had nothing clever to say. But this time, I can give advice: hot lemonade with honey, it doesn't tast GREAT, but it does seem to help. Another thing that I think has really helped me is an herbal tea made by Traditional Medicinals, called Gypsy Cold Care. Health food stores and such have it here (Maryland). I hope you feel better. I might try the song title thing, that intrigues me. Like you, I'm a little suspicious of memes. I don't like games with too many rules. Take care!
  4. Anonymous Spurious Plum posted at 11:13 AM  
    Awww, you folks are the sweetest. Thanks for stopping by to check on the sick lady.

    Now I'm wondering, if I mixed all five: Theraflu, Nyquil, whiskey, lemon and honey, would it be the best of all worlds?

    Worst case senario, my head would explode, which at this point would be a huge improvement.
  5. Anonymous kalki posted at 3:15 PM  
    BEN & JERRY'S. If that makes you too cold, then Ben & Jerry's with hot chocolate. It might not be a proven standby like Theraflu, but you'll feel better, guaranteed.

    Whatever works, I hope it works soon. Feel better!
  6. Anonymous Spurious Plum posted at 7:10 PM  
    Kalki- Great (tasty) idea. Every year or so Ben & Jerry's creates a new ice cream flavor. Whiskey/Lemon/Theraflu is up to bat.

    Holy Moses, what would you call a flavor like that?
  7. Anonymous kalki posted at 8:12 PM  
    "Coo coo A-CHOO", maybe?

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