Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Sick Day

I spent the night writing around in abdominal pain with a 100.3 fever and cold sweats. At 4:00 this morning, I cried "uncle" and left voice mail for my boss and laid back down. I'm still not right, but the fever and chills are gone.

Tomorrow, I'm going to see if any of my peers had similar problems after their "Free" burrito. If not, I guess it's some kind of stomach flu.

Thanks to all who've wished me well so far.

3 comments:

A Midnight Rider said...

I'm thinking that restaurant is not long for KC.
If they give out free burritos tomorrow, you going to be there?

What are the chances of you buying one?

Noah said...

"I'm thinking that restaurant is not long for KC. "

I'm with ya.

"If they give out free burritos tomorrow, you going to be there? "

F*** no.

"What are the chances of you buying one?"

Slim to none in the near future, but If the urge strikes I'll give them another go. I can tell you that "the crave" won't be back for a while, if ever. there are some foods (like mushrooms) that made me sick ages ago that I now avoid like the plague to this day, some 2 decades later.

Sirrus Rider said...

Beware Mexican's bearing free burritos. (Same rule applies to a Mexican woman offering easy sex.)

We have Chipotles here in Houston and have had them for a little under 10 years. I went there with my church group when the first Chipotle in the area opened and I was not excited by the food. I rather eat at Freebirds or Mission Burrito.

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