Wesser wrote: »
Its deffo legit
Every person has a dark side.What defines a person with good character is not a spotless life of constant kindness, smiles and even temperament - but a willingness to see in themselves their deepest and wildest selves, lust, greed, jealousy and envy. Their complete & authentic self.
A belief in gender identity involves a level of faith as there is nothing tangible to prove its existence which, as something divorced from the physical body, is similar to the idea of a soul. - Colette Colfer
antgal23 wrote: »
No, and I don't want or need one
funnydoggy wrote: »
Why, are you a pangolin?
afatbollix wrote: »
Had my second J&J jab on Wednesday, No pain in the arm this time but felt crap the next day. (Just imagine what real Covid would of felt like!)
Seems 1 jab will be approved and my trial will be forgotten about but at least I helped out a bit.
Also had results from an anti-body test, Neg for Covid but positive for a vaccine antibody so I was in the vaccine part of the trial
martingriff wrote: »
I thought J&J was a 1 shot vaccine
antgal23 wrote: »
That's two questions
1/ I'm healthy
2/ what's a pangolin?
is_that_so wrote: »
It is but they have a two shot trial going as well. Data in summer I think.
noplacehere wrote: »
Got my first AstraZeneca yesterday. Was fine all day, and didn’t even get my usual balloon arm like when I get the flu jab. However last night was tough enough, got full blown chills. Couldn’t warm up (no temp), then all over body pain, even my toes hurt.
However totally fine again by now
CalisGirl wrote: »
I got first AZ dose yesterday. Grand for first 6 hours afterwards, then sore injection site and flu like symptoms. Exhausted, sore muscles and joints, sweats, couldn't turn over in bed without extreme effort.
Now a day and a bitafter the vaccine, I'm on the mend. Still on bed rest taking panadol due to aching joints but feel I will be grand tomorrow.
Delighted I got the vaccine - can't imagine what the actual covid would be like. But if today wasn't Good Friday, it would have been a sick day from work.
tommybrees wrote: »
Can I ask what you'd think somebody of 80 or 90 years of age would fare if they had the same symptoms as you had? Do you think they would find it tough?
shtpEdthePlum wrote: »
Glad to hear it!!
I'm freezing cold now this evening. Our house is very badly insulated but even with the heating cranked up and a water bottle, my extremities are nippy. I wouldn't have great circulation usually but the OH isn't feeling the same cold I am at all. No other issues really though so not complaining.
Did anyone else feel chilly after getting it?