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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 5:06 pm
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Yes drug prices are insane sometimes. Its not even like this stuff is some expensive new medication, its clearly not an expensive medication as OTC laxatives use it, and I can buy those for like $5 a bottle....although I imagine at a lower dose since those laxatives don't have the same effect of clearing you out...

It's odd in a way, Canada is cheaper typically for name brand RX drugs vs the US, but the US is often cheaper for generic RX drugs, and OTC.

Hope your surgery goes well!
Thanks mate, and I hope your prep goes ok (or as well as these things can!) and your results are something easily dealt with.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 6:33 pm
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Thanks mate, and I hope your prep goes ok (or as well as these things can!) and your results are something easily dealt with.
Hey hey, you're through the epidural and sleeve blocking stuff? How's tricks?
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Thanks mate, and I hope your prep goes ok (or as well as these things can!) and your results are something easily dealt with.
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Hey hey, you're through the epidural and sleeve blocking stuff? How's tricks?
And have you got any good drugs?
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 8:36 pm
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And have you got any good drugs?
Being perfectly honest, I'd be up for mediocre at this point.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 8:56 pm
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Being perfectly honest, I'd be up for mediocre at this point.
Just like the good old days. Joints that must have been at least 50% parsley.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 8:59 pm
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Just like the good old days. Joints that must have been at least 50% parsley.
Can't you come up with some oregano material?
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Can't you come up with some oregano material?


TBH in some cases I'm fairly sure it was just house dust.
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And have you got any good drugs?
I was given morphine a couple years back due to severe sore throat and mouth pain (very very bad infection and pain was 10+++++++++++ off the charts, never been in so much pain) and boy was that ever a nice few days, not one part of my entire body ached, that stuff was good.

I don't recommend the bacterial infection though, it was bad and almost killed me.

I so like propofol feeling, makes up for the prep needed for a colonoscopy, weird feeling though, but I find it it relatively enjoyable.

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TBH in some cases I'm fairly sure it was just house dust.
Yo bro, see dat? Dat ain't just dust, dat house dust!

Unfortunately I didn't get invited to those parties.

Still don't.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 9:16 pm
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Yo bro, see dat? Dat ain't just dust, dat house dust!

Unfortunately I didn't get invited to those parties.

Still don't.

Well I'm not surprised if you go around talking like that
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 10:32 pm
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Well I'm not surprised if you go around talking like that
That's sage wisdom.... About thyme too
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 10:45 pm
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That's sage wisdom.... About thyme too
Are you Bayleaf the gardener?
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 11:15 pm
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Hey hey, you're through the epidural and sleeve blocking stuff? How's tricks?
The pain specialist's magic trick is this Thursday. What a job title, 'pain specialist'. If she approaches me with a rubber ball I'm out of there.
Originally Posted by Lion in Winter View Post
And have you got any good drugs?
Most of my recently prescribed ones are still in their boxes, I'm not going down that road again. Mates rates if you're interested (+ tax and postage).
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Being perfectly honest, I'd be up for mediocre at this point.
That sounds a bit dicey. Are they looking after you properly over there? The least you should be able to expect is some high quality drugs.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 11:24 pm
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Just like the good old days. Joints that must have been at least 50% parsley.
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Can't you come up with some oregano material?
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That's sage wisdom.... About thyme too
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Are you Bayleaf the gardener?
Scarborough Fair was obviously a euphemism for Funny Farm
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