I'm so confused.
And that statement shouldn't surprise you if you have been visiting this blog for awhile.
I got some medicine and the warning label got cut off.
It says "May cause diarrhea during .... "
What in the wide world of fudge is going on here?
What in the wide world of fudge is going on here?
Inflation has affected warning labels now.
Or maybe Rite Aid is doing a cross promotion with "Final Jeopardy" and I have to answer in the form of a question: What is during kegel exercises?
Based on my history with medicine that may cause diarrhea it is an almost certainty that diarrhea will be in my forecast so I need answers.
When is this going to happen?
During a Rae Dawn Chong film festival?
Working on my Scottish accent?
My diarrhea is not to be trifled with.
Signs of the apocalypse
- I liked a JustinBieber song on my music streaming service.
And the song is "Ghost" for those inquiring minds.
- I ate broccoli this week.
And it wasn't covered in a pound of cheese,
I've never been a fan of "the little trees" as Kyle would call them when he was a much smaller dude.
But it isn't my least favorite.
That honor goes to Brussels sprouts.
If I admit to eating them then we are really in trouble.
I will persevere.
I will keep moving forward.
I will be the stream.
Oh dear. You need to find out. What if it causes diarrhea during Congressional Hearings? Or Supreme Court Decisions?ReplyDelete
Side note: What is that medicine? I might actually be taking it. It certainly would explain a great deal.
Side note to the side note: I don't really want to know your medication. I was making a point.
I don't think I need medicine to get gastrointestinal issues from Supreme Court decisions, Debby. Love the side notes.Delete
And that is why I stay away from medicines.ReplyDelete
Wise move, Bathwater.Delete
Brussels sprouts are like little balls of snot.ReplyDelete
Can confirm, Mike.Delete
You know Bieber has made some great songs. Ghost being one of them. He's finally grown up.ReplyDelete
I am discovering it right now thanks to Hayden, Joey.Delete
Omg, those were all hilarious memes this week! Especially that first one! It’s how I felt after being a Girl Scout leader on weekend camping trips.ReplyDelete
The first one is great, Bijoux.Delete
Every time I go pick up a prescription they ask me if I wanna talk to the pharmacist and I say yes. Even if it's a refill. Because of course! I've had the coolest conversations with them. And have learned a lot.ReplyDelete
The Dispose of Trash meme is right! There's only ONE person at the end! WTF?
Yes, we do need answers about the trash disposal meme, Sixpence.Delete
Great memes and I hope you get better and don't have the runs, except for when he hit a line drive on the softball diamond.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jeff. I am doing my best.Delete
I think if the diarrhea hits your best bet is Brussel Sprouts ... which I love by the way.ReplyDelete
I will be saying "That seal's got pineapple on it" for days to come just to f**k with people.
I love this journey for you, Bob.Delete
While practicing your Scottish accent, brussel sprouts are called "dims". Maybe it is time for me to invest in Charmin t p.ReplyDelete
Hi, Jimmy. (I think) Dims, huh. Had no idea. Would not be ordering in that in Scotland.Delete
Most likely the runs will hit when you're the farthest away from your house while you're mowing the lawn. I like Brussel sprouts much better than the little trees, even when they're smothered in cheese.ReplyDelete
I guess that is what adult diapers are for, Dave R.Delete
OMG this made me laugh out loud. Good luck on the medication! And Rae Dawn Chong, my goodness that is a name I haven't heard in a while. And brussel sprouts are fabulous, what you talkin' about? With bacon and balsalmic vinegar...Mmm.... I'll take your broccoli and brussel sprouts, you can eat all my mushrooms and seafood.ReplyDelete
I will trade you for mushrooms and seafood, Peggy. Except shrimp. Someone in a book described as the cockroaches of the sea and I have found them disgusting ever since then.Delete
I'm with you on the veggies; little trees and brussels sprouts, in that order. However, if served to me, I will eat them. Maybe not all the sprouts.ReplyDelete
Broccoli begrudgingly but no thanks to the sprouts, Joanne.Delete
I would call the pharmacy where you filled it and ask about it. Well, unless you enjoy unexpected surprises!ReplyDelete
Maybe. Maybe not. I will never tell, Bonnie.Delete
I love Brussels sprouts. And broccoli! But I hate diarrhea. We need an update to the "during..." I'm intensely curious.ReplyDelete
Some things need to remain a mystery, Margaret.Delete
I hope my motel neighbor wasn’t terribly offended by my loud guffaws at 4 am pacific coast time.ReplyDelete
Roasted and seasoned Brussels sprouts are the bomb in my world.
I think that is to be expected in motels on the Pacific coast, Ed. Why? Why not?Delete
I agree with Ed. Brussels sprouts should be bombed off the face of the earth! At least, that's how I interpreted his comment. GAG!ReplyDelete
I think your interpretation is right on, Deedles.Delete
That is definitely a dire warning; I would want to know when it's going to hit. Great memes, my SIL hates Pineapple.ReplyDelete
I guess I needed some mystery in my life, kden.Delete
Those are some big pills, might be tough to swallow them; perhaps that why people chew them, and then have diarrhea? I do hope you call the pharmacy, cause we're going to need an update to the diarrhea. Doesn't make you want to take the pill for sure. Apocalypse for sure, you like something of Justin Bieber....egads! My favorite vegetable is Brussel Sprouts with broccoli a close 2nd. In fact we'll be having sprouts for dinner. I think the way they're cooked has a lot to do with whether or not people like them. Same with broccoli. My Mom, and I think all our of Moms boiled both and they had either no flavor or icky flavor; thus they bad for you cheese sauce on broccoli. Zapping broccoli in the microwave for 4 minutes partial covered on high with salt, pepper, wee bit of water, and garlic powder, or pepper flakes and it's yummy. It stays pretty green that way too, not gray like it looks after being boiled to death. Sprouts, cut in half, drizzle with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder. Spread on a cooking sheet and cook at 400 or 425 for about 20-30 minutes...depending on their size, how many you're cooking. Let them caramelize a bit. Let me know if you give it try.ReplyDelete
I will pass the recipe along to Mrs. Shife because she is in charge of the veggies in our house, Sandy. If I had it my way, we would just eat corn on the cob and carrots.Delete
Mmmm. I went to this restaurant that had as an appetizer deep fried broccoli cheddar puffs! So deliciousReplyDelete
Sounds yummy, JM.Delete
Well now I want to know during what.ReplyDelete
I love brussells sprouts. But I like most vegetables. You just have to cook them right and my mom used to boil the heck out of everything. lol
It still remains a mystery, Mary, but I didn't get any surprises so I guess that is good.Delete
if you just keep guessing about when it will be diarrhea maybe it won't start up at all.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a plan, YDG.Delete
what the fuck?ReplyDelete
Brussell sprouts are from the devil! There is no way to make them any more palatable! I hope you figure out when you are going to get diarrhea before you actually get diarrhea!ReplyDelete
So far so good, Jeanette.Delete
I like Brussel sprouts okay but that didn't happen until my taste buds got old and worn off :) I do hope you called the pharmacy and got clarification on that unhelpful half-sticker ...ReplyDelete
The pharmacy and I are on good terms again, jenny_o.Delete
Waving hi as I make my blog rounds and wondering if you got to the bottom of the diarrhea?ReplyDelete