Started by Stellar, January 04, 2021, 02:48:04 PM
Voting closes: May 21, 2048, 02:49:56 PM
Quote from: Silphion on November 25, 2020, 01:03:39 AMHow many more people had a similar experience, I wonder?Almost every member in my family circle, one after another,came down with a wicked virus between Oct 2019 and Jan 2020.Symptoms were the same, spasmodic coughing fits for two weeks or so.Young and old, all survived and it was regarded as a common cold.
Quote from: Jackstar on September 04, 2022, 07:53:59 AMWe had it at home in November 2019. It presented as a fast-progressing flu for about three days; everyone got it and recovered easily, and it was really only notable at the time as remarkable in that I felt anything at all. (I am immune to most Punyling-illnesses and, like their scorn, rarely acknowledge any discomfort in any way beyond eating extra boogers at the dining table.) By now, it would seem that I have fully integrated an effective immune response into my system: no COVID outbreaks have brought about anything exceptional out of me other than an increased tolerance for those wearing poorly-fitted surgical masks with little dicks and bunnies printed on them.I don't even feel the need to correct other peoples' spelling errors anymore. See? I'm evolving.