An Ode to Flu, Flew and Flue

8 Dec

They say I have the flu. I don’t think that’s the case, but what do I know? I know that I have felt like crap for most of the week. Thankfully, I am coming out of this funk and decided to celebrate by writing a post in honor of the flu, or flew, or flue.

Antony Flew was a British philosopher who started out as an atheist and ended up as a deist.

At some point, he must have been right.

At some point, he must have been right.

Swine Flu has broken out several times in American history, most notably in 1918.

The European secret weapon against Native Americans.

The European secret weapon against Native Americans.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is the story of a criminal who goes into a mental institution and doesn’t come out.

But, Cheif escaped, which is fitting since his people were almost wiped out by the swine flu.

But, Chief escaped, which is fitting since his people were almost wiped out by the swine flu.

A flue is a pipe that allows exhaust gases to escape a building and hit the open air.

Otherwise known as a vent.

Otherwise known as a vent.

www.justflewthecoop.com is a blog by Jesse. Honestly, I don’t know much about the blog because I found it while looking up flu, flew and flue.

This picture has nothing to do with the blog, but it makes me laugh for some reason.

This picture has nothing to do with the blog, but it makes me laugh for some reason.

There you have it, a post about flu, flew and flue. If flu germs come near you I hope they fly out the flue because they suck.

3 Responses to “An Ode to Flu, Flew and Flue”

  1. Madame Weebles December 8, 2012 at 04:57 #

    I hope you’re back to your old self soon! I just got my flu shot. And I have no fireplace, thus no flue.

    • Rick December 8, 2012 at 05:30 #

      Wow. No flue. No flu. And, you didn’t flew the coop. Soon, I will be back with a vengeance.

      • Madame Weebles December 8, 2012 at 05:30 #

        I await your return with anticipation.

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