posted on Sep, 27 2013 @ 08:09 PM
I had chicken pox when I was about 15. God damn it, worst thing I ever had. But I didn't die. (much to the chagrin of you folk I'm sure he!) however
the doctor I went to see, who diagnosed my ailment, once he had identified it, wanted me to remain as far away from the other people in the waiting
room, and even his staff, as possible.
Until I left. And when I got home, it was nothing but bed, baths and booze. Oh lots of booze. god damn it.
pinetarsol has forever remained an evil memory...
So, if your kid gets it, you dont' want everyone else to get it, no matter if it's a right of passage or not. I do agree that it's a part of
growing up, luck of teh draw.. but if you can prevent it, do so.
It is not pleasant. And by allowing a sick child into school, that's absolutely irresponsible.
I also had german measles when I was a kid. I was told to stay home. The nurse wanted me to share a glass of water so she could become infected with
it before having kids. I obliged. I had no idea what the strange lady was asking me, but slurp slurp.. have at it, lady.
When it comes to things that are actually killing people, elderly, young, frail, etc.. well, I am not lining up for a shot. Because I, for a long
time, was away from society in general. Now I am onpublic transport all the time and that rubbish is packed. I am certain I will get something
eventually, with all the migrants and people who have no concept of body odour, who cough and sneeze and splutter and wipe their snot on hand rails
and all sorts of brilliant things I see. I think I'll just start wearing a face mask, like the pretty asian girls I see all the time.
You're all disgusting !!!!!! lol