I am not feeling well.

@ciades (1624)
Philippines
October 25, 2007 10:26pm CST
I have a fever. I don't know why i have this. Supposedly i don't want to work today. But i have to. It's friday and i need to prepare some important things this coming monday. And i also almost forgot my friend invited me to watch the play of her son. She already bought me a ticket. I want to rest And i want to go home directly after work. Ticket she bought is expensive. She bought and gve it to me just last week. Do i have to go? I don't want her to feel bad. You know she's a little bit sensitive.
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@gr8life (6253)
• Malaysia
26 Oct 07
Hello ciades, Oh, I feel sorry to hear that you have a fever. I just hope you will recover soon. Maybe you should talk to your friend about the ticket and find someone else to replace you. I don't think as a friend, she will get angry at you for canceling the plan last minute due to fever. She supposed to understand this kind of unforeseen circumstance, right? She is a mother, herself. Just get some rest and relax. Aha, I can see that you are a little bit active in starting new discussions here. Should wait till you are fully recover and enjoy My Lot later, OK?
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26 Oct 07
ok thiis is zubair frm hyderabd i am writing about u so dont feel sorry because in the whole world there is no such people without the fever so dont feel any sorrry
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@williamjisir (22903)
• China
26 Oct 07
Hello ciades. I am sorry to know that you are suffering from fever today. I suggest that you take some effective pills to remove the fever soon so that you can still enjoy the play of of your friend's son to make her happy as she has spent so much to get the tickets for you both. Drink more water and also bring with you some bottles of water to help get rid of the fever after taking the medicine. Take care and stay healthy, dear friend.
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@ciades (1624)
• Philippines
26 Oct 07
Thanks a lot friend william. Thanks for that advice. Very appreciated. I will really do it. Thanks a lot and take care !:)
@peanutjar (5211)
• Canada
27 Oct 07
Hi ciades.Im sorry to hear that your not feeling well.You know?Our health is more important than some daily life routines which can be put off till we feel at least a little better for it.Dont push yourself too hard and take it easy.If the person is understanding they will understand that you do not feel well and be able to comprimise with it.Sometimes when we push ourselves too much we become more sick in the end.I hope you feel better soon,there are alot of bugs going around this time of year. Peanutjar:):)
@dpk262006 (56115)
• Delhi, India
27 Oct 07
You appear to be between devil and deep sea. In either of the situations you won't feel comfortable. If you do not go...you would feel guilty conscience, as it is a close matter relating to son of your friend and if you go...you would require to pull up your socks and mood, when one is down with fever...it is difficult to enjoy anything like plat etc. It would be better if you are unwell, do not go, take rest and let your dear friend know the real facts.
• United States
27 Oct 07
I hope you are feeling better soon. Did you end up going?
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@theprogamer (10539)
• United States
26 Oct 07
Try to tell her you aren't feeling well. But if you can't bring yourself to do it, just be careful with your day. Get well soon. -Pro.
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26 Oct 07
This is a difficult situation! Surely, if she's that much of a good friend, she will understand that you are ill? Is it possible to give the ticket to someone else that you both know? I'd understand if I was your friend, just be honest, and if she's that upset by it, I would go. I'm sure she'll understand though if you just told her how bad you were feeling. Honesty is the best policy!
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@zxkiky (59)
• China
26 Oct 07
dear ciades, i am sorry to heard that you have a fever, you should take care of yourself, you can tell your friend the truth, i believe she will understand you
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@lingli_78 (12845)
• Australia
26 Oct 07
i'm sorry to hear that you are not feeling well... i hope you will get well soon... i guess you just have to tell your friend the truth if you are really sick... you can't really force yourself to watch the play of your friend's son if you are really sick... your health is more important than that... just tell her nicely and hope she will understand... take care and get well soon...
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@derek_a (10902)
26 Oct 07
Can you explain to your friend how bad you are feeling? If she knows this then if she is a good friend, she would understand why it would not be wise for you to go to her son's play. :-)
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