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posted on 20/3/20

My eldest has got it. He flat shares with a junior doctor and he was showing all the signs. Both of them self isolated since Monday.

Says he’s been awful over Wednesday and yesterday. Went for a run the silly fwcker and says his chest tightened up so much he almost collapsed.

All the typical signs. Aching all over. Dry cough. Difficulty in breathing. Thinks he’s getting there thigh but to the same opinion he’s going nowhere near a hospital. Really worried about him but he says he’s fine.

posted on 20/3/20


Magnum hopefully the fella & his grandweans will laff about it many

years from now. Oldest daughter is up to hi doh as I found out on my

hamecoming today. She was to get the keys to her newbuild house

Monday & getting stressed as this is up in the air now. She acepts now

that health & life are a wee bit more important than mortar &

landscaping.



posted on 20/3/20

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
My eldest has got it. He flat shares with a junior doctor and he was showing all the signs. Both of them self isolated since Monday.

Says he’s been awful over Wednesday and yesterday. Went for a run the silly fwcker and says his chest tightened up so much he almost collapsed.

All the typical signs. Aching all over. Dry cough. Difficulty in breathing. Thinks he’s getting there thigh but to the same opinion he’s going nowhere near a hospital. Really worried about him but he says he’s fine.
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Brutal mate. Sure he'll be fine. I guess people who have had it and shaken it are in good shape.

I took a short walk yesterday. Felt about 90 when I got home so know what he was feeling

How's your old dear?

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 20/3/20

Think I saw the 'outlier' stat that 7% of French deaths were under 55?

Young 'uns out giving it yee haa and getting it?

Who knows.

Pash.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 20/3/20

Felt about 90
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Match yer looks, mate.

posted on 20/3/20


Ginger that's a parent's worst.

'I'm all right'.

In my experience it's easier when it's hysterical over-reaction.

Hope it works out & the young fella's correct.

posted on 20/3/20

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 2 minutes ago
Felt about 90
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Match yer looks, mate.
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Fair comment!

Can't be too critical of governments who are dealing with an unprecedented mess....but..that whole age thing was badly handled and badly reported.

The youngsters believed they were invincible because that's what they were more or less told until yesterday.

They didn't have enough data to support that IMO.

posted on 20/3/20

comment by New Magnum. The Mild Drover (U16400)
posted 10 minutes ago
comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
posted 2 minutes ago
My eldest has got it. He flat shares with a junior doctor and he was showing all the signs. Both of them self isolated since Monday.

Says he’s been awful over Wednesday and yesterday. Went for a run the silly fwcker and says his chest tightened up so much he almost collapsed.

All the typical signs. Aching all over. Dry cough. Difficulty in breathing. Thinks he’s getting there thigh but to the same opinion he’s going nowhere near a hospital. Really worried about him but he says he’s fine.
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Brutal mate. Sure he'll be fine. I guess people who have had it and shaken it are in good shape.

I took a short walk yesterday. Felt about 90 when I got home so know what he was feeling

How's your old dear?
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Don’t want to over analyse it and could be miles off the mark but about 2 weeks ago woke up aching all over, shortness of breath, off my food, shocking heartburn and totally shattered.

Went on for about 9 days non stop and just seemed to recover. Felt awful and didn’t even think it was this thing as it happened just before all this week’s bad news. The comfort I take is of it was then hopefully that’s it and maybe got som immunity. More importantly if I have got through it my boy will. If it wasn’t then I’ve no idea what took me down.

Mum is recovering physically and seeing as they’re not going out with recent events hasn’t had to face the fear factor of stepping outside again yet. Appreciate you asking mate

posted on 20/3/20


Parachuting in here as per & not 100% up to speed.

Looks like not too good a time for you Ginger.

Apart from the general concerns that is.

Hope things work out for you mate & all on our forum.




posted on 21/3/20

Carry oot in the park was still the socialising of choice in my teens. cumbernauld fields. My early drinking and sexual experiences all happened there.

I think there were some girls there too

posted on 21/3/20

comment by super phoenix rangers - I drank a lava lamp (U14864)
posted 8 minutes ago
Carry oot in the park was still the socialising of choice in my teens. cumbernauld fields. My early drinking and sexual experiences all happened there.

I think there were some girls there too
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posted on 21/3/20

Woke up through the night with a headache, shivers, and body in pieces.

No shortness of breath, cough, or fever so hoping it's just a general cold I've picked up.

posted on 21/3/20

comment by super phoenix rangers - I drank a lava lamp (U14864)
posted 36 minutes ago
Carry oot in the park was still the socialising of choice in my teens. cumbernauld fields. My early drinking and sexual experiences all happened there.

I think there were some girls there too
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Was it the clearance between the police station and the Link?

Was my weekend bar when a teen,never seen so many empty 70 shilling cans & vermouth bottles

posted on 21/3/20

comment by JukeboxJunkie (U10162)
posted 19 minutes ago
Woke up through the night with a headache, shivers, and body in pieces.

No shortness of breath, cough, or fever so hoping it's just a general cold I've picked up.
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Think yer rattling mate Keep safe and get checked if you can Juke

posted on 21/3/20

comment by Bluebell (U7064)
posted 15 minutes ago
comment by JukeboxJunkie (U10162)
posted 19 minutes ago
Woke up through the night with a headache, shivers, and body in pieces.

No shortness of breath, cough, or fever so hoping it's just a general cold I've picked up.
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Think yer rattling mateKeep safe and get checked if you can Juke
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yeah i was the same last sunday, temperature, headache and shivers. So been in asolation this week. Didnt develop a cough and temperature gone since yesterday.

Stay home, stay safe, watch all yer box sets and if your symptoms worsen get on to NHS

posted on 21/3/20

Aye keeping an eye on it, the fifth day of symptoms is often key according to a lot of info being shared.. it's when the body starts to overreact and make you seriously ill, end up with viral pneumonia and potential scarring of the lungs.

comment by 67 (U9258)

posted on 21/3/20

Double haun job Ower the park back in the 80s. One was a looker one was....well....wizny. just kept lookin at the looker.

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