It's official. I have the head cold from hell. My sinuses are at the brink of exploding and my voice is turning rather man-ish. Hot, right?
It's been six days of sniffles and coughing and I finally went to the doctor and got some meds today. They made me wear a mask before the let me in. Karma sucks.
So anyways, I'm fairly sure I'm going to end up with a wicked persistent cough after all of this is said and done. Swollen sinuses and coughing kind of go together like douche bags and popped collars. It's inevitable.
What does that mean? It means I'm going to be sucking my weight in cough drops for the next week. Friggin' sweet. I hate cough drops. I also hate that they actually suppress my cough and justify my need for them.
But after what my friend said to me at work today, I'm a little concerned.
I guess the MRT officials are fining people for eating any kind of candy or lozenge on the trains now.
Here's the video from RazorTV of the Straits Times to prove it.
I'm at a loss here. If I can't have a cough drop, am I supposed to hack my lungs up in the train?
Great idea. Let's get everyone sick. Let them vomit from motion sickness and cough clouds of infectious disease into the air.
But please don't eat that mint or lozenge!
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