The Drug Treatment: DATURKEY

To be positive: To be mistaken at the top of one’s voice.

Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary
US author & satirist (1842 – 1914)

Yesterday, I went to the doctor’s (no, unfortunately not the Doctor) to because of my problem. She looked at it since I told her in was in patches on my neck, back, arms and my legs and then she went on a rant. Which was surprising since doctors are portrayed as calm, to-the-point and anti-rant. She ranted on about steroid cream, QV Cream/Sorbolene and special hypo allergenic soap for showering with and the inevitable Claratyne. So to condense it, my dear readers, the doctor K___ says that Virgilius Sade (also known as: V. Sade, VS, Vir, Virgilius Sade the Great) is in essence now, a human turkey that must be drugged, seasoned, semi-baked, glazed and stuffed to keep alive. Or something like that. I am on the second day of the prestigious Turkey Treatment and it is going down by units too fantastic to calculate.

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  1. Damn, you had my hopes up!

    Why do you listen to those doctors? Listen to me! It’s obvious that you’ve gone to a dungeon and decided to fight some vampires and have contracted their disease. You’re on your way to becoming a vampire buddy.

  2. Anne Rice’s bunch of blood-sucking pansies, Dracula or Nosferatu?

    • WendySkeleton
    • November 7th, 2007

    I think Dracula looks awesome, but Nasferatu sounds much cooler.

  3. Maybe a hybrid? Hmmmm, choices, choices…

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