Thursday, January 17, 2008

Recovery

Recovery continues from the life-threatening flu that almost overwhelmed me last week.

This illness didn't involve all that much congestion, being mainly high temperatures and aching muscles. However, there was a fair amount of sneezing and snuffling. Which leads me to a hypothetical question.

If - for instance - someone decided to use an old T-shirt for a week as a handkerchief - because tissues were very scratchy on his nose - and then throw the old T-shirt out, but, when it was time to throw out the old T-shirt, it turned out not to be an old T-shirt at all, but one of his favourites, used by mistake - should that person then throw this disgusting item out anyway? Or just stick it in the washing machine and wear it anyway because really, who's going to know? It's a problem.

I have another story in Skin Two fetish magazine soon, and must regain my health to be in good shape for anticipated stampede of glamorous fetish/gothic models to my door. When my modest flat is once again crammed full of the world's most beautiful women, I need to be healthy enough to make tea and be hospitable. I always like to be a polite host.

3 comments:

  1. germaine3:02 pm

    stick it in the wash. soak it first if you feel so inclined but that's really not necessary. no one will know. unfortunately the same does not apply to someone who pukes in the back of her uncle's borrowed van after a night out partying.

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  2. I don't know... Someone who puked all over her parents sofa got back home from casualty to find it cleaned (by fairies, one assumes). In this case a shirt of sneezles is sure to be fine!

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  3. Yes, it's hard to disguise the effects of puking. The T-shirt in question has proved to be an easier task...

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