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Old 07-30-2020, 05:42 PM   #2121 (permalink)
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It's official, I can't even fail a test when I want to. We're all aboard the 'Ronacoaster in the Cakes' household now. At least so far we've got only very mild symptoms, feels somewhere between really bad seasonal allergies and a mild cold.

I wonder how much we could charge to rent ourselves out for 'Rona parties that those morons seems to like holding...(just kidding, we aren't even letting the kids play in the yard)

Well I hope it stays mild, and you don't lose your sense of taste like I've heard people will.

Good luck to you and yours.


You might find this funny, though he cusses a bit (ok, a lot), so careful around the kids.
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Old 07-30-2020, 10:24 PM   #2122 (permalink)
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Hey if I'm going to catch 'rona, I want the strain that only manifests as a mild cold or allergies

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You play your cards right and I might be able to send you a CareRona package

Mrs. Cake lost her sense of taste and smell a few days ago, but so far I haven't really. Whenever I get sick with anything my sense of smell goes funny; there's a specific "sick smell" I get where I can still smell things normally but there's this overtone of sickly/sweet weirdness to it. Yep, holds true for the 'rona too.

I might have to steal his use of 'koof' though.
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