I woke up yesterday feeling like I was upchucked by Satan… which, I can’t say I was too disappointed about. It gave me a legitimate reason to do nothing but be a lazy sack all day. Score! But, as I laid here in a mush of blankets with tissues corkscrewed into nose (sexy, eh?) I discovered two things:
- I never add pictures to my posts. What the hell? That’s boring and something that needs to be changed.
- Too much cold medicine makes you do weird things.
So… here’s a picture of my husband trying to shove himself into a pet carrier.
Why, you ask? Because why the hell not.
19 thoughts on “when cold medicine makes you crazy”
Ahhhh! That was funny. By the way, you just gave me a brilliant idea. I’m catching a cold ASAP! If you know what I mean.
Even the cat wonders why your husband is stuffing himself into the carrier… “Dude! Are you okay?”
He probably misunderstood. The phrase is, “keep doing that and you’ll wind up in the dog house.” Honest mistake! 😀
Cute! Makes me feel like catching a cold too.
Superb. So so funny. Add more pictures, I love them.
I bet the cat thinks it gets the bed now that dad took the carrier!
I often put an Airborne tablet into Chardonnay. Yummy and good for a cold.
Whoa. Now this is a tip I can get down with.
I’ve pounded some Nyquil in my days (often with a double-bourbon chaser), but never so much to put me into the cat’s crate. Hope you feel better or at least more sane very soon!
Thank you! 🙂
Are you sure the cat isn’t forcing him in there? Isn’t turnabout fair play? 😉
Didn’t think of that. She hates it in there, and is pretty demanding and vengeful, lol.
You’re funny! I look forward to more of your entertaining blogs xx
Hlarious! How odd it is, that this is exactly the sort of thing I would do . . . I love your writing style. You’re so funny!
Thanks, Hannah. That means a lot 🙂
You’re welcome! I’m looking forward to reading more! 🙂
I think your hubby was tippling a bit too much on the NyQuil. 😉
I think so, too! lol
You haven’t lived until you’ve tried shoving yourself into a pet carrier…which reminds me, I haven’t tried that since growing to adult size…