50 Things That Sound More Appealing Than Having A Cold
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50 Things That Sound More Appealing Than Having A Cold

I am not being dramatic, these are facts.

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With cold weather comes all the sickness. As someone who's been dealing with more than her fair share of that lately, I can personally attest that these 50 things would, without a doubt, be a whole lot better than having yet another cold.

Having a hangover 

Running a marathon 

Jumping off of a bridge 

Plunging into freezing water 

Holding my breath for 10 minutes

Staying awake for three days straight

Having spiders crawl on me

Having snakes put on top of me 

Being locked in a coffin

 Having 15 years taken off my life

 Farting really loudly in a lecture hall

 Slipping in front of everyone on campus

 Letting my cat scratch me 

 Waking up at 3 a.m. every morning

 Doing 100 push-ups every minute

 Writing a 20-page essay 

 Deleting all 3,000+ emails in my inbox right now

 Never being able to use Instagram again 

 Never being able to use Snapchat again

 Never being able to use Facebook again

 Getting 20 tetanus shots

 Being bit by a dog

 Being bit by a raccoon 

 Having a cockroach crawl across my foot at a restaurant

 Ripping my pants in public

 Having my fly come down in public

 Never being able to eat pizza ever again 

 Having a nightmare every night

 Have someone record me sleep talking and post it every single time

 Jumping off of a roof

 Failing a final exam 

 Forgetting my own name

 Never being able to have caffeine again

 Never having coffee again

 Never wearing leggings again 

 Only wearing bootcut jeans

 Have the AC in my car break

 Having the AC in my house break

 Having the feeling of a popcorn kernel stuck in my teeth

 Going to the dentist every day

 Having a very talkative Uber driver every time

 Having a stomach bug

 Only ever eating salad for dinner

 Never eating Chick-Fil-A again 

 Having an ingrown toenail 

 Sitting outside in single digit weather with wet hair

 Never being able to use a bath bomb again

 Having period cramps for twice as long

 Never drinking a strawberry refresher from Starbucks ever again 

 Drinking Windex

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