A sneezefree day

Trip Start Nov 17, 2012
Trip End Ongoing

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Flag of Australia  , South Australia,
Sunday, July 7, 2013

I am seriously concerned because potatoes aren't like bananas are they. I mean I can quit eating bananas easily, without spoiling too many food opportunities, although I do make one hell of a good banana bread! But potatoes...they are everything. Which reminds me I was thinking again today, dangerous as it is I know, are they a vegetable? If so why do they make you fat? Vegetables don’t make you fat. But they are with every meal, especially now, since we have a sea of them for free, If I end up hating them I’ll hate everything. You see, once Seaman and I (the Italian housemate) were teaching each other our languages and naturally, one of those lessons was synonoms for both female and male sex organs. We were attempting to cover all of the bases, for comprehensive understanding of the language and so I posed the question, what did your mum call it when you were younger? The answer, Pattatina, made me laugh out loud as this means small potato.

As the next few days go on by, I flitter between feeling as though I’m getting easy money and hating every slow second of it. But with a level head I know that if it wasn’t for the constant sneezing, runny nose and streaming eyes it would be completley doable. On the first day I was sure it was just my cold, which even that was unbearable as I have no time to take off my two pairs of gloves to find a tissue to blow my nose and even when I do find a tissue it’s covered in dirt and contacting it to my face just causes another sneezing fit. The second day the runny eyes become even runnier, I can’t see and my throat hurts so much I can’t swallow. Throughout the whole day my breathing is wheezy and tight and this goes on until the moment that I eventually get to sleep that night. I do however, find a pack of anti allergy pills (which I more than likely stole of mum at some point, cheers love) and I am excited at the prospect of a sneezefree day.

My fellow spudbuddies see the dissapointment scrawled across my face as the sneezes start to come. It’s not an allergy.
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