It's pretty common for me to say I'm failing apart nowadays - things hurt that I didn't even realize I have. But lately it's just been crazy. I've had this twitch in my left eye for a month and a half, which coincidentally is also how long I've had a series of intense headaches behind the same left eye. I've gone to the doc for that and he thinks the twitching will eventually go away (it has lessened somewhat) and that the headaches are sinus-related (I'm taking the antibiotics to see if I get better, but so far they've just made me extremely sick to my stomach). Then for the past week I've had a crick in the neck - not nearly as bad as the one that my officemate has (he can't even turn his head), but bad enough where I can't get a good nights sleep. And of course, people say the useful "you must be sleeping wrong." Pray tell, how the hell do you sleep wrong? I haven't fastened my ankles to the top of the door frame and slept bat-style (although I might try that if it'll help me sleep), I've merely laid down on a bed and rested my head on a pillow (one pillow, not four as I've seen some people do, although how they accomplish it I have no idea). Am I doing something wrong? Did I miss a class where the teacher taught everybody how to sleep?
I just sneezed - ouch! When it hurts to sneeze, you've got problems. Well, it could be worse, I could have [insert disease which causes body parts to fall off here - yes, I know what it is called, but if you do it then you're partially culpable for my insensitive joke and thus can't start casting stones]. I should have been a lawyer.