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Old 11-19-2020, 10:31 PM   #2151 (permalink)
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Thx for clarifying. Glad it came back for her but sorry to hear about fatigue. "Post-viral" responses can be a real drag.

And besides being an official X-Men your wife now understands the basics of flavor 😁.

Different note....Hello Tushy gets really cold around mid-November in this old house. If you see reports about the first ever case of a frost bit sphincter then you'll know I made it to internet famous.
Your fault for being cheap and not going for the Tushy Spa!
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Old 11-19-2020, 10:33 PM   #2152 (permalink)
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Thanks I think. If I could upload videos easily from my phone to here, I would post them. I'd happily text them to someone. My X-Men superpower was handling nasty tastes because I couldn't taste it.

The smell thing is really unfortunate actually. I can't smell hardly anything. I had to get really close to some elk stew for me to smell it. I'm really nervous for Thanksgiving because 1/4 of the fun is smelling it, and my mom's apple pie.

For those who poo-poo the Rona. It's worse than a bad cold. I don't think I realize how crappy I felt until I started to feel better. It didn't knock me flat like some, but it wasn't fun. I unknowingly exposed my 72 year old dad, his 72 year old buddy who came out with me, and my two nephews, who tested positive. They live with my brother who doesn't have good health, and I was really nervous.

I wasn't loosey goosey with protocol, but I wasn't super vigilant either. I was pretty scared there for a minute that I could have given it to my dad. It gave my poor wife and daughter the runs for 6 days. I went to church feeling fine and exposed people there (I wore a mask in all but one meeting, but we were pretty socially distanced in that meeting between 3 of us). I felt really bad.

Bottom line, take it pretty serious. You don't want someone to get it who goes south.
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Old 11-19-2020, 10:34 PM   #2153 (permalink)
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Your fault for being cheap and not going for the Tushy Spa!
I'm going to my parents this week who came home from Germany cause of the Rona. They have no bidet. I'm already not looking forward to it. Once a luxury is now a necessity. I'm seriously thinking about getting one for them.
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Old 11-19-2020, 11:37 PM   #2154 (permalink)
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Thx for clarifying. Glad it came back for her but sorry to hear about fatigue. "Post-viral" responses can be a real drag.

And besides being an official X-Men your wife now understands the basics of flavor 😁.

Different note....Hello Tushy gets really cold around mid-November in this old house. If you see reports about the first ever case of a frost bit sphincter then you'll know I made it to internet famous.
Your fault for being cheap and not going for the Tushy Spa!
We bought the spa but we don't have the money to hire a plumber to adapt our weird, old faucet setup to the warm water line. Plus, we aren't bringing workers into our house given my wife's pregnancy.

My bum is better but not it's best yet. But who needs coffee with that temperature blast during the morning constitutional.
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Old 11-19-2020, 11:48 PM   #2155 (permalink)
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Thanks I think. If I could upload videos easily from my phone to here, I would post them. I'd happily text them to someone. My X-Men superpower was handling nasty tastes because I couldn't taste it.

The smell thing is really unfortunate actually. I can't smell hardly anything. I had to get really close to some elk stew for me to smell it. I'm really nervous for Thanksgiving because 1/4 of the fun is smelling it, and my mom's apple pie.

For those who poo-poo the Rona. It's worse than a bad cold. I don't think I realize how crappy I felt until I started to feel better. It didn't knock me flat like some, but it wasn't fun. I unknowingly exposed my 72 year old dad, his 72 year old buddy who came out with me, and my two nephews, who tested positive. They live with my brother who doesn't have good health, and I was really nervous.

I wasn't loosey goosey with protocol, but I wasn't super vigilant either. I was pretty scared there for a minute that I could have given it to my dad. It gave my poor wife and daughter the runs for 6 days. I went to church feeling fine and exposed people there (I wore a mask in all but one meeting, but we were pretty socially distanced in that meeting between 3 of us). I felt really bad.

Bottom line, take it pretty serious. You don't want someone to get it who goes south.
Thanks for that honesty. It's caught a ton of we'll meaning people off guard.

We've been high risk the entire time (CDC's most recent report updated news about pregnancy to include noticeably higher fatality rates compared to non-pregnant women of same age) but found ourselves letting our guard down for a bit. Not sloppy but a few subtle returns to old habits. We had our first seasonal funk the last few weeks and waiting 48 hours to get the results was nerve racking. I was scared at the possibility we'd accidentally risked our little eggplants safety

We had really hoped to quaran-team with another couple but the "math" on it all just didn't make sense. It's been a long year of relative physical isolation but it will be worth it knowing we did our best to protect ourselves and the ones we love.

Fingers crossed we can deploy the vaccines to healthcare workers in the near future than the highest risk citizens. I'm hopeful my parents can visit their new granddaughter this spring with a vaccine to protect them and our soon to be child. Long way off from whatever normal we recreate but it seems like we are seeing a horizon line.
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Old 11-20-2020, 08:30 AM   #2156 (permalink)
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One problem with connecting Hello Tushy to the hot water line is that after sitting in the pipes for a while the hot water is just as cold as the cold water in the pipes.

Have you ever just turned on the hot water at a sink and had instant hot water after lets say overnight? There are some instances where you will have it quicker than usual but not often.
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Old 11-20-2020, 09:58 AM   #2157 (permalink)
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They have no bidet. I'm already not looking forward to it. Once a luxury is now a necessity.
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Old 11-20-2020, 11:10 AM   #2158 (permalink)
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One problem with connecting Hello Tushy to the hot water line is that after sitting in the pipes for a while the hot water is just as cold as the cold water in the pipes.

Have you ever just turned on the hot water at a sink and had instant hot water after lets say overnight? There are some instances where you will have it quicker than usual but not often.
You can run the water through the Tushy before using the bidet function. There are work arounds for this, Critter.

And the cold spritz is actually quite nice, I must say!
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I belive that most of us have to take care of this, as we don’t know when and where we can meet it. You can see that for now different treatments are not saving people from it.
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