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Healer Kapoor
I don't think that's widely recognised
Tue Feb 27, 2018 05:12
45.56.152.110

Oh good. She had a little soldier on her hands, who wanted to keep on trooping. She could overlook the borderline rudeness in his tone, given that she doubted he was functioning anywhere near normal right now, but that was also one hundred percent why he was not going anywhere. One hundred and two point five percent, in fact.

“You’re shivering,” she pointed out in a very reasonable tone, “And I doubt that the only thing hurting is your head.”

He was going to bed. That was not up for discussion. Given that he had been able to stand on his own, she’d considered telling him he could sleep it off in his own room if he preferred, but that option was now solidly gone. The only choice remaining to him was whether he changed into the hospital pyjamas provided or passed out in his own clothes. And honestly, she wasn’t fussy which, so long as he rested. The main question was how to get him there.

“Even if you go to class,” she pointed out, deciding that was probably the ‘important thing’ he had to do, “You won’t take any of it in. Plus, you clearly have a virus of some kind given your symptoms, which you will then be in danger of passing onto your classmates. That doesn’t strike me as terribly responsible behaviour,” she added in a tone of mild censure, her eyes loitering on his prefect badge.

  • University of Beinstubborn. You?Joe Umland, Mon Feb 26 11:30
    So much talking. He just needed something for his headache, and probably some food - however painfully his stomach contorted at the mere idea of eating anything. Still, she was the one in control of... more
    • I don't think that's widely recognised — Healer Kapoor, Tue Feb 27 05:12
      • It's a very exclusive institution.Joe Umland, Tue Feb 27 10:09
        Joe could only shrug slightly in response to the comment that his head was probably not the only thing which hurt. “Pulled something in m’back,” he conceded. He put up a hand to protectively cover... more
        • I think we should stick with my opinion on the matterHealer Kapoor, Wed Feb 28 06:07
          She was glad she hadn’t confirmed his identity using his full name, because that meant she still had it up her sleeve, said in reproving tones, to wield if he continued to be difficult. Which he... more
          • Joe almost began to protest again as his shoes began removing themselves - admitting that he was ill was not the same thing as saying he was too weak and feeble to even take off his own shoes! - but... more
            • You might have to get used to itAisha Kapoor, Fri Mar 2 20:24
              (OOC - agreed with Joe’s author in chatzy that he’s mistaking sunset for sunrise, otherwise he’s been out solid for 20 hours) He gave one last feeble attempt at arguing, and then was in bed, taking... more
              • Some hours earlier, implications - however solid - would have flown over Joe’s head. Now, though, he still felt terrible, but he was much more in command of his faculties, enough to realize a losing... more
                • Things seem to be heading in the right directionHealer Kapoor, Sat Mar 3 06:17
                  “I hope that’s just cos you were feeling ill and is not a frequent habit, otherwise I suspect you’ll be back here rather often,” Aisha commented, when Joe said he’d only had coffee for sustenance... more
                  • Excellent.Joe, Sat Mar 3 21:09
                    “Not regular, no,” said Joe. “Food didn’t appeal, but I was...really sleepy and thought it would wake me up.” He paused and added, “It didn’t work.” He raised his eyebrows slightly in surprise when... more
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