Ah, the Asian "Death" Flu...
In Japan they simply call it Influenza Type A or B. It sounds so innocent, so simple. And yet, one little letter and you find yourself practically under house arrest (for your own good and that of your co-workers'). A fever, problems breathing, muscle, nerve, and joint pain (you name it, it's all there). To experience so many glorious sensations all at once is a humbling experience. It reminds me that yes, I am still human, and unfortuantely no, I have not passed out yet.
Phones are off limits, except for texting, as I lost my voice somewhere in the early stages. For those who know me, yes it is very tragic that I can no longer speak. Azusachan I'm sure you would sympathize as would grey_demaskena, for you would most definitely feel lonely in the tranquil silence that follows in my wake.
And that's all the energy I have for now, so don't mind me while I lie back on my little sofa. And if my eyes roll into the back of my head, worry not, for I am just resting them.