スカイナー鼻炎N

スカイナー鼻炎N is a fairly effective multi-symptom cold medicine that I am on at the moment. My sore throat is mostly gone, mucus has slowed down, eyes hurt less, I am not coughing as much, and my headache is a little bit less. I hope I don’t throw up, I need to keep some water down. (Plus I don’t want to see the partially digested instant curry)

Stupid pigs. I don’t even know any Mexican pigs…

If I go to school I am wearing one of those fun masks. (Joke, I hate valveless masks)

4 thoughts on “スカイナー鼻炎N

  1. Do you have the swine flu????

    I can’t believe that you don’t want to wear one of those masks!! tres chic!

    hmm.. you really should wear your gas mask. It would be funny. But gross if you sneezed.

    Feel better!!!!

    Ingrid

    • No, I don’t thing I have the swine flu. I am feeling mostly better now.

      A gas mask has valves going the wrong way. The masks sick Japanese people wear aren’t to prevent the sick person wearing the mask from picking up other germs, but to prevent the sick person from spreading the disease. A gas mask filters the air going into the person, and just lets the exhaled air go out without any filtering.

      • Actually, mostly Japanese people wear the masks because they have hay fever, though they will wear them (sometimes, not always) when they’re sick or worried about getting sick or whatever.

        I kinda doubt they are terribly effective, though.

    • Chic Mask

      Are you sporting the popular cadet blue mask or have you gone for the more conservative champagne white? Do you have a cold? You are drinking lots of tea, right?

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