Flu Invulnerability

Hey, pal, cough on me. No, seriously. Come right over here and hack in my face. That’s it. Let it all out. Everyone needs a good cough once in a while; you need to clear your lungs. Good job.

Now…wipe your nose on the side of your hand. Good. Now shake hands with me. No, don’t bother wiping your hand first, just bring it on. Don’t be all wimpy; you just coughed on me. See. How hard was that? Wasn’t a problem for you, was it? Wasn’t a problem for me, either.

C’mere and give me a big, wet, sloppy kiss. No, no. Don’t back away. Come over here. That’s right. We’re living in the new millennium. This kind of thing is no longer frowned upon. Moisten those lips and come at me. Don’t be shy. Make it a long, hard, deep kiss. Like all the kids are doing nowadays. Perfect.

I got my flu shot. What about you?

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3 Responses to Flu Invulnerability

  1. Scoob says:

    Don’t forget the Thermosol, the additive in immunizations that helps them “keep” on a shelf. Did I add that Thermosol has mercury in it? As in the mercury “they” tell is us is bad to eat in certain kinds of fish but it is OK to inject in our veins?

  2. Krissy says:

    The flu shot contains a “trace amount” of Thermosol with 50% or less of that being mercury.

    We would all be amazed at the things we consume and ejoy that contain perservatives to lengthen shelf life. For example, trans fat. Yup, I know they are not good for me but I do love cookies.

  3. Roger says:

    Trans-fat has been made such a big deal of that they are taking it out of everything now.

    It would be interesting to find out how much mercury is harmful to people of various ages and compare that to the amount of mercury in things like fish or flu shots. The term “trace amount” doesn’t really tell me anything.

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