I haven't had a flu jab in aeons, and don't know why the cat forced me to go.
She's not normally that catty.
Maybe she is; she is, after all, a cat. But I have to agree with her: We are all mad.
Thankfully, I didn't vote for it... not that that is going to make the slightest difference, as the UK sinks slowly beneath the waves. 'Bye bye,' we'll say, and wave, with our stiff upper lips quivering, whilst the xenophobic fucks that caused it will moan that the result 'wasn't quite what we expected,' and bleat 'where's the nearest food bank?'
The USA will eventually get rid of The Donald, but the UK has generations of misery ahead.
Hey ho. We all have our blonde
Trumps Johnson's to bear... or should that be bare?
My Johnson's quite happy where he is. Asleep. Dreaming. No! Stop it! I've warned you....
Anyway, to cut a long (but not nearly as long as Jason's) rant short: I had a flu jab this afternoon and I'm not a happy chappy.
They say: The flu jab doesn't cause flu as it doesn't contain live viruses. However, you may experience side effects after having the jab, such as a temperature and aching muscles for a couple of days afterwards.
I say: Bollocks, and ouch, and damn I feel achy and meh.... I think I'll take to my bed for a month or two.