Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

It's cold outside...

I have a cold. On Monday I was very bunged up, with a sore throat and feeling grim. On Tuesday I was snotty, blowing my nose every five minutes. Today I'm a bit less runny-nosed but coughing. I've had a mild headache on and off all week, and I'm knackered.

I don't have a fever and it's certainly not the flu. I get the impression quite a few people would go into work in this state: "it's only a cold". What do you think?

Poll #1287169 Work and colds

You are full of cold.

you stay home
34(68.0%)
you go to work
16(32.0%)

Someone else is full of cold.

you think they should stay at home
44(88.0%)
you think they should go to work
6(12.0%)
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