In line for a jab at school, the two in front of me as soon as they saw the needle.... plop! It was a case of find them a chair! Dont think they ever lived it down !I'm dragging him in doors to the surgery tomorrow for his first vaccine. Wish me luck because he's usually a big girl when it comes to needles.
I'm quite slim and was really thin as a kid. When having a hayfever injection in my early teens the doctor joked that if he pushed the needle in too far it'd come out the other side of my arm!Get mine tomorrow might , fine with needles except when I was a teenager about 17 and needed a tetanus shot. The nurse at the Hospital was really pretty and offered me a chance to have the jab in my bottom or my leg . I was so embarrassed I opted for the less embarrassing leg [in the thigh actually] , big mistake , you should always opt for the bottom because the muscles in your leg tighten and it goes numb . I limped around for a couple of days, basically for the first few hours I could only walk around in circles .
Well done to you and Mrs Terry. I've logged in to your Microsoft tracking device and you need to help Mrs Terry in kitchen.Myself and Mrs Maltrab both had the Oxford vaccine this evening, I am concerned because when I am walking now I sound like a Morris 1000 gear change