Not sensitive to eggs(Was actually tested), and strangely enough not. The opposite is true though. Which inferrs that I am either severely fucked up(it is so true), or I may be related to polar bears (probably also true).
Which inferrs that I am either severely fucked up(it is so true), or I may be related to polar bears (probably also true).
. . . . *Thinks about his youth and the abuse he put his poor liver through* ah. . .. you might not find much of it left.
Here is hoping. Lord knows we have lost so much alreadyI’m due for some Covid related troubles methinks. I work for the gas board as an emergency call out gas engineer, and apparently stopping houses from blowing up due to gas leaks makes me a ‘key worker’
‘So far, so what?’ I hear you say! I returned to work three weeks ago after being off for eight months with what I thought was a simple torn cartilage but turned out to be various forms of arthritis attacking my legs and spine. Here’s a sexy pic of my leg-
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In case you can’t tell what’s going on here, one of my knees is slightly bigger than the other.
Turns out all the excruciating back pain I’ve suffered through for years was actually my spine and hip fusing itself together! Huzzah!
To get this thing under control I was started on some medication that suppresses the immune system to stop it from attacking my body. It has worked great so far, and as I said I’ve managed to get back to work and that was good and all, but then this bloody Covid-19 has kicked off and now it’s looking like I’ll be placed under house isolation for 12 weeks. Bad news cos I won’t be able to see my kids for a long time.
Anyway, I have what I think is an interesting family story about worldwide pandemics and how they can have unforeseeable and unintended results;
My great-grandfather was captured at the Battle of the Somme in the Great War and was released some time after November 1918 during the Spanish Flu Pandemic. He returned home to Scotland only to find his wife and children had been killed by the pandemic. How is this a good thing? Well he remarried and started a new family, and this is when my granda entered the world. So if it wasn’t for the Spanish Flu killing off my GG’s first family, I wouldn’t be alive! I mean, it’s horrific to think about really. The poor guy lost a wife and kids. But still, good for me
Funny how life turns out. Hopefully this new one doesn’t finish what it’s older cousin started 100 years ago.