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November 18th, 2003
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Herod's Evil
Came down with a bad cold. Or the flu. Or Herod's Evil. Hemingway, it features a fever, a sore throat, and a runny nose. As usual, I contemplate my last will and testament etc. ygurvitz, you know the drill. The rest of you are welcome to cheer me up in witty and ingenious ways.

If I make it despite it all, I'll have a chance to thank you in person. If not, a fond adieu.

The music was not matched to the entry's content, I swear.

update: smashing earache, too. ygurvitz, be quick about that moosthead, damn you!

Current Mood: ill and miserable
Current Music: Tom Lehrer -- We Will All Go Together When We Go

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Date:November 18th, 2003 07:31 am (UTC)

Having no ingenious way of cheering you up,

I have to resort to my usual ungenious one, i.e.:
Cheer up, ye fesh!
(And oh, it has been some time since we shared a pizza, hasn't it?)
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Date:November 18th, 2003 08:51 am (UTC)

Re: Having no ingenious way of cheering you up,

Nor have we, come to think of it. Any chance you'll be hauling your behind up to Jerusalem any time soon?
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Date:November 18th, 2003 10:22 pm (UTC)
Oh dear. What does the doc say?
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Date:November 19th, 2003 12:21 am (UTC)
I don't know. I'll only bother him if this doesn't go away in three days.
Date:November 19th, 2003 02:52 am (UTC)

i'll do my best


למוס יש שפעת, מסכן הוא המוס
יש שיאמרו שעשו לו מנחוס
אבל פה בינינו יודעים זאת כולם
שפעת היום יש לחצי עולם

לי לי לי לי

שפעת ומוסי זה דווקא לא רע
ליד הוא יקח ספר שעוד לא קרא
ואם במקרה ירגיש מטושטש
יכין לא ארנולף חלב עם קצת דבש

לי לי לי לי

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Date:November 19th, 2003 03:20 am (UTC)

Re: i'll do my best

Thanks :)
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Date:November 19th, 2003 05:51 am (UTC)

The uncommon cold

Are you sure it's that common? I mean, it would be much nicer to have a special cold no one else has. You can call it by a pet name, or maybe put a patent on it. Call it the Bartov virus. Yeah, that sounds nice. Bartovokok. That would be special.
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