By Anonymous - 24/01/2014 21:02 - United Kingdom - Broxburn
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#9, I have, every time I had the flu when I was young I was out for 2 weeks solid, and sometimes longer. I couldn't move and I would sleep for days. Only awake long enough to see my mom begging me to eat, only to throw up right after taking it in. Dry heaves are the worst. It's not laziness that keeps a person down when they have the flu, it's weakness. But to take a dump in a jug, that seems like more effort than heading to the bathroom. Of course I could be wrong; who knows she may have taken two steps and almost passed out. I know I did that a few times when I was sick as well. Imagine getting energy to be awake longer than a minute, flinging yourself out of bed, stumbling, and I mean like a drunk, out the door just to passout on the couch. I don't mean I made it to the couch, I mean I passed out, hit my face on the couch, arms hung on the side of the couch and knees to the floor. Invest in a bed pan, that's why they have those in hospitals. It's not laziness, well in your mothers case it could be. But I never assume. ;)
Thank god you know better than her.
Wow that's pretty bad. May as well start her in depends now...