Sunday, July 24, 2011

Things you learn from colds

1) Liquid versions of NyQuil and DayQuil work better than the gel-caps
2) The labels lie.  If that's "good" tasting, I don't want to taste the bad.
3) Never, ever mix red NyQuil and blue NyQuil.  Trust me.  Don't do it.
4) The cure is as bad as the disease
5) Get the lotion tissues.  Your nose will thank you.
6) You can learn to do shooters by chugging medication.
7) No matter how hard you try and dump the medicine past your tastebuds, you'll still taste it.
8) Three-year-olds love taking the tissue you stuffed up your nose to keep the drips from reaching chapped skin out.

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