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Old 05-03-2004, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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Don't ever take 2 aleve cold and sinus at once

I started feeling a cold coming in, so I go to the store to get Advil cold and sinus (what I usually take) and it works like a charm. But instead I see Aleve... hey that works pretty good for headaches right.

I always take 2 advil, so I pop two aleve... BAD IDEA

I swear that I can feel my hair growing right now. Will this be concider an upper or a downer?

What should I take next I am high.

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Old 05-03-2004, 01:41 PM
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Old 05-03-2004, 01:44 PM
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Just sit back and enjoy. Oh.... yeah, I think Abby Road would sound good about now too.

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When you go to bed tonight take a Nyquill and do a triple shot of Jack.

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When you go to bed tonight take a Nyquill and do a triple shot of Jack.

best nights sleep ever
best nights sleep?? more like best week's sleep!!

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best nights sleep?? more like best week's sleep!!
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Just sit back and enjoy. Oh.... yeah, I think Abby Road would sound good about now too.

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drink a shitload of water and try pissing it out and take a shot of whiskey and hit the bed

hope i can hold onto my license this summer
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Old 05-03-2004, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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I have been drinking tons of water. I think that will help. I need to actually function this afternoon, but it does not look too good

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I have been drinking tons of water. I think that will help. I need to actually function this afternoon, but it does not look too good
I guess if you need to "function" this afternoon...I'd stay off the booze. We wouldn't want you to end up with whiskey dick, lol!
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Not endorsing this at all but is it true that if you halucinate from taking too much Robitusson (spelling?)

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Old 05-03-2004, 03:09 PM
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You can halucinate if you take too much of ANY narcotic. It's your brains way of saying....WTF??????????

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"hair growing?" Sounds like a megadose of caffine, are those non-drowsy? Not as bad as 2 blotters and a window though.

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Old 05-03-2004, 03:21 PM
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I love that feeling.........get the same from Comtrex cold med. or benedryl.
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Old 05-03-2004, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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I do not love the feeling, this will not happen again. Funny, but not really my thing.

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I do not love the feeling, this will not happen again. Funny, but not really my thing.
Man.....I sure would love it if I felt my hair grow again. You take that for granted bro.





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Not endorsing this at all but is it true that if you halucinate from taking too much Robitusson (spelling?)
people call that robo-trippin. not quite halluciantions, but some MAJOR senses distortion.
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people call that robo-trippin. not quite halluciantions, but some MAJOR senses distortion.
When you say major, I am guessing it is STRONGLY RECCOMMENDED to go for a drive

I think I heard on the radio someone talking about Comtrex and something similiar to this. Cant remember though? I am guessing you have to take a lot of that too.

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When you say major, I am guessing it is STRONGLY RECCOMMENDED to go for a drive

I think I heard on the radio someone talking about Comtrex and something similiar to this. Cant remember though? I am guessing you have to take a lot of that too.
A friend of mine tried this once while we were driving to Wisconsin and he threw up all over my car. I had no idea he did it until we were already a considerable distance away but yeah, he was definitely freaking out.
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Not endorsing this at all but is it true that if you halucinate from taking too much Robitusson (spelling?)
Yup, my friends used to do Robitussin, amongst other things!

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I do not love the feeling, this will not happen again. Funny, but not really my thing.
Alleve usually one every 12 hours and not more than 2 in a 24 hour period.

You mildly OD'd my friend !

Just don't drive and/or operate heavy machinery.

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