I’ve been dragging myself around for the best part of thirty minutes and there’s still no sign of my: if it wasn’t for this I’d be in bed… I don’t even know what this is, or if there is one. I am actually stuck in Minority Report…

So I can’t think of a better time to use an informal Italian salutation––

398333_10150764249786041_1681142892_n Than owning a day three illness and being in no mood to rock the grumpy… I’ve tried to string something together with words and what have you but’ve utterly failed; I’ve three separate paragraphs on the go going no-where–– so I’m not going to try for much longer. I don’t do ill very well; it’s a rare occurrence and I’ve never got the hang of it too well. I’ll just have to finish the post this should’ve been another time.

I think shitfuckbollocks says it all really!

Ciao…

Image: Part of a set I took in Rome between 0200 & 0700, empty…

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26 thoughts on “I’ve been dragging myself around for the best part of thirty minutes and there’s still no sign of my: if it wasn’t for this I’d be in bed… I don’t even know what this is, or if there is one. I am actually stuck in Minority Report…

  1. mindlovemisery

    I hope you feel better soon! I have been sick a lot this year and it sucks. I wasn’t able to write today either I did my post for Curious Flowers but it is so disjointed they only good thing I can say is that it somehow expresses how I feel and illustrates the chaotic state of my head

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    1. Just a Little Background Noise Post author

      I’m trying to keep up with everyone’s writing – I like to read everything I can, but I was struggling with simple subject, verb, object sentences. I’ve managed some simple comments – but uggggh… I’ve actually come back to bed and feel miserable. But on the brightside, I get to write about being grumpy when I’ve beaten it :p

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      1. Just a Little Background Noise Post author

        Thank you 😀 I always try to see absurdities for what they are – we’ve got to laugh at things I think. Ourselves especially! I’m really glad you enjoy the writing!

        My face is trying to smile – snorting is definitely out today! 😀
        With anyluck I can hold more than a couple thoughts together for more than thirty seconds without crashing tomorrow *fingres crossed*

    1. Just a Little Background Noise Post author

      I will, I’ll be getting up the same time tomorrow and doing my thing until it becomes dangerous; even though it might be fun to write about, I hate not being able to think – I just wonder if this is how stupid people feel all the time! 😮

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  2. David

    OK, it sucks to be sick and, in a way, it sucks to be grumpy, but, really, when else do have a legitimate excuse to be a curmudgeon? Claim it! Then, when people claim cough/sneeze all over them and continue. Of course, that’s only entertaining for a few days. I hope you become capable of something else soon.

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    1. Just a Little Background Noise Post author

      I get called grumpy all the time, which is mean I think – I smile all the time 😀 right… With any luck I can get the nose under control, ’cause that kept me up most of the night. I just hate moaning about this stuff – I like moaning about other stuff: kids on scooters, neighbours – nevermind. A nother couple of days at most I think – at least there’s some cricket on tomorrow!

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      1. David

        Cricket … the sport where Americans used to their non-FIFA football get their comeuppance. “Wait, what’s he doing? Why? But it bounced first, right? They should nail that thing down so it doesn’t fall off so much.”

      1. Just a Little Background Noise Post author

        On the plus side, not getting it right gives you the opportunity to define it, for example:

        -that bollix (or whatever)

        excuse me?

        -an exclaimation of disbelief, annoyance et cetera…

        The et cetera’s the kicker!

        You should check out the poster for Harold Lloyd’s film ‘Mad Wednesday’ – the tagline was priceless

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