The amount of mucus generated by my sinuses suggests to me that an alien has taken up residence in my lungs and is cultivating it so he may harvest it as fuel in some bizarre, mucus-consuming faster-than-light space vehicle.

Or, I’m sick.

Going back to bed.

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13 Responses to Snog

  1. Okay, I’m really sorry you’re not feeling well. But *that* is a very funny premise for a kid’s book! 😉 (Think Richard Scrimger’s ‘Nose From Jupiter’.)

    ~Maggie 🙂

    P.S. Feel better soon!

  2. elmwood says:

    Poor Eugie!

    Whisky, hot water, and a squeeze of lemon with some honey stirred in is my husband’s cure all for sinusy things. Sometimes, he adds a spoonful of grated ginger. He also makes buckets of the chicken and ginger soup that his mother used to make back in Hong Kong.


  3. britzkrieg says:

    Ugh. Reminds me of my Christmas cold. Take care of yourself!

  4. aimeempayne says:

    I’m sorry you don’t feel well. Hot tea always makes me feel better. I’m sure Hobkin will offer to snuggle up with you. : )

    Feel better soon.

  5. sorry about the phlegm! 🙂 Feel better eugie!

  6. an alien has taken up residence in my lungs and is cultivating it

    Damn! She’s onto us!

  7. ogre_san says:

    Being sick sucks. Hope you’re feeling better.

  8. whitecrow0 says:

    That is not what “snog” means in England! I was all ready for a frisky tale, and I get respiratory excrement! I know not whether to shudder or be sympathetic!

    (Translation from ‘crow: Feel better soon!)

  9. jmeadows says:

    Aww, feel better! *huggle*

  10. raecarson says:

    Poooor Eugie! At least you can feel good, knowing what a tremendous contribution to science you make.

    *outlines story for mucus-fueled FTL drive*

  11. Anonymous says:


    Sending goodwill vibes your way. Just finished up a bout myself of the cold ;-(


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