Drugs. Hard drugs. That'll help you sleep.
I have ventolin, asprin, neurofen, and voltarin. Hardly hard. I suspect that I need to wake up if I'm going to cough a lot anyway.
Would it not be nicer to sleep through the coughing?There seems to be a helicopter circling my house. They must have heard me typing the word drugs.
It would be lovely to sleep through it but I fear that I may choke. Those helicopters are out night after night and always in the wee hours. I've often wondered why.
Maybe it's the bikies. They aren't allowed to be bikies anymore so maybe now they're whirries.
PS Probably better to not choke.
Isn't Enmore under the approach to Kingsford Smith? I'm surprised they let helicopters fly there. I hate sleeping with a cough - it's awful. Keep cough lollies by your bedside. Hope you're feeling better.
Have you ever had a look at the midnight helicopters, Dale? So many lights! So very Rainbow Brite!Mark, a cough in the midst of a Whooping Cough epidemic is not a pleasant thing to have. Not that I've ever had a pleasant cough.I'm very curious about those helicopters - they come out after the planes have all gone to bed (as has everyone else) and they're very bright and loud and terribly annoying.
You are obviously not eating any chillies Nails! That'll fix your problem mate.
Kathy, you're quite right. I don't eat enough chilli. Chilli is quite mean to me and is, therefore, not my favourite thing.
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