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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-22-2005, 10:27 AM Thread Starter
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Ephedra substitutes?

Anyone know of any?

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Discipline, hard work, good diet.

How about Caffeine.
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meth?

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Discipline, hard work, good diet.

Not the road I wanna go down.
I don't mind cheating at some things

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Unfortunately the most effective drugs often seem to have that one really nasty side effect... sudden cardiac arrest resulting in death.

Hell Cocaine was the most widely used remedy and pain killer until some racist POS decided to link it to ficticuous stories of "crazed" Blacks in the South attacking white women... and so the FDA was born and Cocaine was banned.

Why is it most of the problems and darkest times in our coutries history seem to find their roots in the deep South. sorry :OT
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I used ephedra because it was a better cure for my asthma than anything else I was prescribed

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i used it (with great results) until one night I went to lay down in bed and I thought my heart was going to pound right out of my chest. and ken was nowhere around.

scared the piss out of me, never used it again.
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i used it (with great results) until one night I went to lay down in bed and I thought my heart was going to pound right out of my chest. and ken was nowhere around.

scared the piss out of me, never used it again.
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I believe there is an adjustment knob on the vaginator 2000, turn it down.

HAHAAH, dude, you are facking killing me this week.


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not fair making fun of me when I'm too busy this week to catch that post.
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not fair making fun of me when I'm too busy this week to catch that post.





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and I would NEVER use something called the "vaginator"

I much prefer the name "clitterati"
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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-28-2005, 11:52 AM
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Clenbuterol? Just a thought...

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