Part of the problem might have been the chili fries. "What are chili fries?" I thought. I got the peri peri fries last time and they were fries that had peri peri spice on them, I guess. Whatever peri peri spice is.
So I thought that these would be fries with some kind of chili spice on them. I was right! But there's a reason that this is the only place I've ever seen who sell this. They weren't very good. And I ended up getting some of it up my nose which made for an eye-watering dining experience. Spicy chicken wrap and these chili fries.
I also got some South Indian curry, that yellow rice, and naan bread. So that will be two meals. And I still have about 70% of those fries left and about 30% of the chicken wrap. I can probably get two meals just out of those fries.
My finger is itching like crazy. I don't know if it's that cream working or the underlying condition.
When I went to pick up the prescription, the receptionist says, "Do you also want to make an appointment for a blood test"? What? No. Why would I have to take a blood test? Is this related to the prescription.
She alleges that an appointment for a blood test was made in January and that I never showed up.
So...I don't know. I vaguely remember something like that maybe happening but I also sort of remember cancelling. If indeed an appointment was made, I absolutely would have cancelled. I don't just not show up.
But yeah, I think, sort of coming back to me a little bit, that they wanted to do a blood test because I had gone in like three times asking why my fingers are swelling and their answer was just "I don't know." So one doctor finally said, "We can do a blood test." But to what end? Would that solve anything? I don't think that these people have the first clue what the problem is.
I'm thinking it's chilblains. I've looked at pictures online and that's what it is. Also, this only happens in the winter.
Maybe I should wear gloves inside.
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