Pro: I’m not hungry, so I don’t have to cook/eat!
Con: The children still expect to be fed.
Pro: Less laundry, because I’ve been wearing the same clothes for three days.
Con: I probably don’t smell very good.
Pro: I’m able to sit up for ten or fifteen minutes at a time.
Con: That’s just enough time to obsess about all the work I’m not getting done.
Pro: The spam I got about “doing it camel style” made me laugh and laugh.
Con: Is there really such a thing as camel style? How does that… oh, nevermind.
Time to go back to bed.
Camel style? I think sometimes I lead a very sheltered life.
Feel better soon. The internet misses you.
I’m speechless. Feel better, pretty lady!
Well, why do you think they call it “humping”?
I;m certain it was in reference to cigarettes. That’s the only thing my brain will accept.
Apparently I am happy to have a good spam filter :)
Even sick…you are funny lady!
I love famous bloggers! ;)
Laughing is good and falls always in the pro category. Unless laugh lines are a problem. Oops.
When you are feelling better, I think you have made it your own resposiblility to explain what this Camel style thing is about. I have read the comments, I am lost. The humping thing is really funny though, humping is one of my favorite words. Just the way it sounds honest.
Is that you or the Tamiflu talking? :D
Drat! I was going to say what Tammy said!
I have heard of going through a dry spell…
Yeah, not as good as the humping comment.
Geez, I know I’ve been single for a long time, but to go out and invent new ‘styles’ while I’m out of the loop? That’s just not fair.
Although all I can think of is camel’s spitting… so maybe I want to stay out of the loop.
I admire your tenacity. Hanging on to life by a shred and you just keep on blogging and making us chuckle. Bravo.
Now… can you IMAGINE what kind of Google hits you are going to be getting after THIS post????
Oh no no no! I can’t believe you’re still sick.
I hope it wasn’t the fondue.
I love your blog. Sorry to hear you’re sick. But I can relate to the clothes thing and made an effort to put real ones on myself today. Get well!
Camel style comes after marriage, I think. The minister explains it to you when you exchange the rings.
Sending get well wishes out your way! ;)
Hope you’re starting to feel MUCH better… poor pretty thing! :(
I tried Googling it (and was afraid to actually click on some of the things that came up), but it looked like there was no consensus on the meaning . . . and I always thought I was a perv, I guess I’m more of an innocent flower than I thought!
This brings to mind the following deep question:
Why do they call Wednesdays “hump days” when everyone gets laid on the weekend?
you know, you have to share this spam now – or am I going to have to google it?
taunt us with camel-style and not follow up? tease.