Mistakenly take cold medicine of the “night time” variety.
Trust me, it’s not good for productivity.
Feeling better yet? Cody Lindley is the author. Nov 11, 12:52 is the time. <
I remember years back when a buddy of mine took Nyquil one day on the bus to school… he was pretty much messed up all day. Jesse J. Anderson is the author. Nov 11, 13:42 is the time. <
Hope you start feeling better than the Broncos are playing.
p.s. – new pictures are cool when they are on your site. matt fearey is the author. Nov 11, 16:16 is the time. <
Don’t care if you think I’m fibbing but I did the SAME thing two days ago (a desperate, horrible feeling and lack of options contributed to this conscious decision). Had a tough exam the next day but it was postponed since my professor wasn’t in the ‘mood’.
College rocks :) Nik is the author. Nov 11, 19:04 is the time. <
Wow, I slacked. Here goes.
Cody: yep, feeling much better, thanks. A slight cough and some residual congestion is about all that is left. I’m just hoping my wife escapes without getting it like I did.
Jesse: I know the feeling. The funniest part is trying to concentrate and respond to people when they ask you a question that requires some thinking. Good times.
Matt: don’t get me started on the Broncos. 3 losses this season? Please. And as far as pictures go, you just hold on to your britches. They’re on their way.
Nik: it’s okay that you’re fibbing – I appreciate you trying to relate. ;) Really, though, I thought mine was daytime/non-drowsy, so it really caught me off guard. Nathan Logan is the author. Nov 14, 12:20 is the time. <
What happens if you work nights though?
~tim tim is the author. Nov 15, 02:21 is the time. <
Tim, I’m no doctor, but if you feel guilty disobeying the title on the box, I would say to take the night time version and bring a pillow.
Either that, or apply the old “it’s noon somewhere” mantra to your work situation. Whatever works for you, really. Nathan Logan is the author. Nov 15, 11:53 is the time. <