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Temporary filling by Nicholas Babbletack - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:29:21 EST ID:WywZYzcu No.54595 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I just got the first part of a root canal done yesterday and the dentist filled up my canals with some medicine, gave me a temporary filling and told me to come back in two weeks. Problem is that the fucking temporary filling has chipped already. I think it was a little bit too big for my mouth or something because I started to notice a crack forming yesterday when it looked in the mirror. And then when I woke up this morning, a little bit had chipped off.

The chip isn't so bad though. Just looking at it, it seems like none of the inside of my tooth is actually exposed. I think the temp filling was just a little too large for my bite, so maybe it was only natural that this little bit should break off? I don't know. Should I bother making another dentist's appointment for monday? Will he just look at it and tell me to fuck off when he sees that inside isn't exposed?


unexperienced by Sidney Chigglehire - Wed, 02 Nov 2016 06:27:03 EST ID:/Ttk4zqa No.54591 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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should I get a professional for a chemical peel or do it myself?


Antihistamines by Sophie Gallerdit - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:44:50 EST ID:136Uxvsq No.54550 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hopefully this is an appropriate enough place to ask about this.

I've been caught up in daily heroin use, which I know is bad, etc., etc., but the thing which is giving me problems at this point is the diphenhydramine which I've been using to counter the histamine release.

I get the itch badly enough that I often end up just not being able to stop myself from taking several hundred milligrams of DPH every night. And because I'm taking such a large quantity of it on the regular, I've been having significant problems with urinary retention. I've been looking into cetirizine as something with slightly fewer side effects, but I checked and it looks like that can cause urinary retention too.

Does anyone here know of any way to counter a strong histamine release without any risk of urinary retention? I was thinking that topical DPH or hydrocortisone might work, but it's a pain in the ass to have to rub cream over your entire body, so something oral would be preferred.
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Beatrice Smallson - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 22:22:12 EST ID:J7AbzEbo No.54558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do less heroin :^)
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Ebenezer Chimmerstock - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 02:46:16 EST ID:47AipvbZ No.54559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54550
try /opi
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Ebenezer Chimmerstock - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 03:02:25 EST ID:47AipvbZ No.54560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54550
If you do over say 30 mgs pf dph, more will not help. It is not a bad drug in essence, bit say taking 300 mgs, it is not a good scene. If two 15? mgs pills do not work, pursuing more would not help.

Understand this, it is a nasty drug over 150 200 mgs.

I never had reaction so don't know. But if two 30 mgs do not work, more will not help, rather make things more complicated.

I do have a concrete solution, I think, draw a bath with Epsom Salts, as directions, get you hit. Before during or after. It should work. Don't get too high and drown.

Just somebody freaking do it. Benadryl doe not really work.

Keep diph amounts to 75 mgs or less. though. more is not better. Never was.
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KFTchan !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 21:18:32 EST ID:Jh6RqOBm No.54579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As much as I hate to discourage the use of DPH, you should really switch to something like cetirizine or loratadine to counter the itch if you don't enjoy the body load.
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Shitting Blandermerk - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 17:08:34 EST ID:G89pD4na No.54589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I will never understand why somebody keeps doing opis when they get the itchies that bad. I'd rather suffer lots of tiny cuts or cigarette burns than put up with that. If the high itself causes the acute phase to suck that badly why bother even keep doing it?


Dull Pain in lower right abdomen by Thomas Nittingneck - Tue, 25 Oct 2016 21:29:29 EST ID:H14PVYf5 No.54582 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey what's up

The last 2 days I've been having a dull ache in my lower right abdomen, was wondering if any of you could shed some light? It's pretty dull, might go away for a few hours and then come back. When I inhale it is sometimes there. or when I move a certain way, I must stress that it's very slight, but noticable. I've been pretty unhealthy the last 2 months, not eating right but I'll fix that starting today.

So any opinions ?

Pic related is the area, I must stress that it is a dull ache.
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Priscilla Chidgebanks - Sat, 29 Oct 2016 01:09:33 EST ID:Rcc6zzY+ No.54585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Of all the abdomen pictures you could've found...
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笑沌 !8x8z91r9YM - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 04:32:16 EST ID:Xpdyl/VY No.54586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54582 appendicitis?
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Charles Gidgeshaw - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 06:28:04 EST ID:RHr4Azhl No.54588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
epiploic appendagitis


Heart Attack, Panic Attack, Bradycardia, Alcohol Poisoning? by Barnaby Blatherman - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 12:57:01 EST ID:PIrNNKId No.54577 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night I drank to much, while probably consuming my normal amount of BHO. I had a rule of thumb that was no alcoholic beverages above 8%~ ABV, as I can't control myself around them(had gotten up to a half handle last year). I had gotten myself down to a beer or two a night of your typical 5%~ ABV. Then I spotted a six pack of Steel Reserve 8% pints. Downed four and a half of those by noon.
Eventually I felt the normally, bleh sickness of over drinking, and rather than just fading into a blackout it turned into a sense of impending doom. Similar to when I tried DPH as a kid, but the immense feeling wasn't just mental. My heart was slowing down, I was forcing myself to try and breath faster than my heart. A few times it felt like the beat skipped for several seconds and had to starting thumping on my chest, forcing myself to breath, belch, anything. Eventually it would make a big, exaggerated thump. Maybe really not that long, had nothing to time it on nor the ability to focus, but it felt like an absurdly long time.
I've experienced tachycardia from BHO in the past, and that's something that's easy to calm yourself out of, but this was something much more terrifying. I thought I was going to die.
Took almost an hour of forcing myself to vomit till I got the drunkenness down to a reasonable level. Then the rest of the day just trying to get myself unshaken, and breathing at a normal level.
Was it just alcohol poisoning? Was it possibly more than that? Should I see a doctor, and what should I talk about?

I know I've been hard on my heart the past couple or so years. Think I'm quitting drinking, and all cannabis concentrates. I've got it all in the trash. It was to much, my chest still feels sore.
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Lydia Murdville - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 18:20:17 EST ID:X+95Z8j5 No.54584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Holy shit jolly african-american, how do you experience what is clearly a heart attack then NOT immediately call an ambulance? That's just balls out stupid given how critical fast treatment is to minimize the damage and risk of another.


Medical Questions by Hubert Cumberdale - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 20:04:16 EST ID:9Wq27ZST No.54564 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have two. One: I drank a lot of bourbon yesterday, four or five glasses and one beer, and now, 24 hours later, I have stomach pain. I assume that the damage to my stomach has been done, and that I am feeling the effects of it. So, would it be pointless to take a proton pump inhibitor like nexium or an antacid? I am drinking lots of water, which has helped significantly with the pain.

My second question is a little harder: for the last 10 days, I have woken up with severe wheezing, which I can mostly remediate with an albuterol inhaler (but it comes back when I nap or sleep). It started when I snorted 14 bags of heroin over the course of five days and has not subsided. I have never had wheezing before this. I have cut down on weed smoke considerably, but it has not improved. My doctor prescribed albuterol, allegra, flonase, and a chest x-ray to see if it is a walking pneumonia. I seek general advice.
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Charles Duffingfield - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 15:11:45 EST ID:J7AbzEbo No.54574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
  1. what my dude
there's no reason to believe that the bourbon broke your stomach. your stomach holds stomach acid and shit. now that shit is hardcore. sounds like all the beer gave you gas that got stuck in your colon and gave you stomach pains.
2.
stop snorting heroin with the god knows what else tiny impurities are in it
unfortunately, i cant say anything else on this cause i have no idea what the fuck is going on there
hopefully the x-ray confirms or deconfirms something
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Barnaby Sundleham - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 00:42:51 EST ID:TaIW1K+E No.54575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54574

this nigga knows wassup, he said all the shit i was gonna say


Accidentally got peppermint oil on genitals! by Lydia Hablingdet - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:05:11 EST ID:Qqq6fN8p No.54568 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My dick fucking burns and I'm panicking! I'm serious this thread is not a joke. Any tips on how to help the burning? Pic unrelated
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Lydia Hablingdet - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:48:10 EST ID:Qqq6fN8p No.54569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54568 nvm, it went away after airing out for 45 mins or so. Genitals feel fresh and cool now lol. Sorry admins for ridiculously stupid thread.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:51:43 EST ID:sJXJuo7N No.54570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rub down your penis with a cloth soaked in alcohol, then rinse it with water repeatedly. The alcohol might increase the burning temporarily, but it should remove the menthol and such.
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Rebecca Publingshaw - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 03:37:08 EST ID:bXRDFRoZ No.54572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54568
It's possible to have that 'accidentally' happen to ones-self I guess.
Naw, stuff is strong. Even dangerous. We used wood putty for
stain and lacquer and stain in new construction to fill holes. Putty, seems harmless. New guys would use the portolet and come back like, ummm,
hear burns don't it. Don't worry, it will stop, or try to wash it but that does
basically nothing.


I have a cold... by Jack Granddale - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 11:09:51 EST ID:OMRfG0ie No.54563 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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And I've woken up with really bad eye mucus for the second morning in a row. I have to blindly navigate my way to the bathroom, grab a washcloth, wet it with warm water, and wipe my eyes a hundred times just to be able to see. And even then, I still won't get it all.

Why?! This hasn't happened to me during a cold/flu for 10+ years and the person that I think got me sick isn't dealing with this bullshit. Why is this cold different? And how do I prevent/treat it?


acute pancreatitis by Albert Bammlebick - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 14:10:53 EST ID:B/4xWBGk No.54490 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone have experience with acute pancreatitis? I think I may be experiencing it now after a particularly heavy weekend of binge drinking. I can still eat here and there and am drinking water, but I have nausea and severe pain in my lower left stomach / radiating to my back. I probably will have to give up drinking for good. Really don't want to go to the hospital yet though. Anyone experience anything similar
or can offer some advice?
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Edwin Piblingfuck - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:42:22 EST ID:HqM4X6HA No.54521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54490
Get some blood work done. I think it's called lipase, my last was waay high.
Previous it had been high to different degrees. Previous to this after not drinking
for a few months it went back to normal, high but normal levels.

My doctor was very happy. My last was highest it has ever been after non-stop drinking and my liver was inflamed according to tests which only once it was barely elevated. So going to a GI doctor.

The pancreas is responsible for breaking down fatty foods in the lower intestines. Responsible for releasing something that breaks these down and keeping the lower intestines I guess hydrated.

So in most levels can go up and down, drinking the liver isn't necessarily the target
or over-consumption. But the slight, or worse pain and back pain is a sure sign
that alcohol is the culprit.

SOme do not notice or realize the back pain is relater to an angry pancreas.
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Basil Baddleshaw - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 11:57:31 EST ID:ljtyfMGq No.54522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54521
It's too bad you have to pay a $25 copay AND the blood test fee.
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Nathaniel Greenfield - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 00:42:38 EST ID:ofeKnP/d No.54531 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54522
Yea, having medicaid if not on another plan is a very worthwhile pursuit. Two dollar co-pays, followups are generally no fee, flu tenacious shots. Ongoing treatments with other doctors, ER visits cost nothing? Surgery, hopefully never needed seem to have a 2 dollar co-pay if even that, at a hospital. Blood work part of the $2dolar co-pay.
Prescriptions one dollar. If one has no insurance seek medicaid if you don't make enough money per their guidelines.

Basically medicaid kicks in almost immediately when you apply. Seek a primary care physician, family care practices
as generally more personable I guess.

Just apply for it if you don't make enough money per their guidelines. A 10,000 dollar hospital stay may just cost 2 3 dollars as well ongoing after care included with the initial co-pay.
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Nathaniel Greenfield - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 01:48:44 EST ID:ofeKnP/d No.54532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54490
It causes too many negative changes of usual body functions in basically every way.
The heart can take a real toll, and that is constantly beating. We need that to be the
best that it can be.

It just messes with everything. Sometimes people feel OK again, and jump right
back into the hazardous situations with alcohol. And the same issues happen
over an d over.

Do quit, it serves no real purpose.

Good Luck.
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Ebenezer Chimmerstock - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 03:23:40 EST ID:47AipvbZ No.54562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54490
Get drunk again, feel shakes, get medication. Go to hospital er, m,ake sure to get blood work results Get blood results, That would measure the pancreas. Mine is high ATM. Alcohol is the likely cause. Well it i.
One could keep drinking and never feel this, bit it id still there.

Alcohol is a waste of time, health, basically everything if one drinks a lot.


Murders by Phoebe Dimmlelidging - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 13:45:28 EST ID:Cx81FyyN No.54556 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Recreating various outside crisis situations or not results in invisibility and speed,altering you and reality,personally affecting reality,your mind returning to the past(time travel).People who are acidic,nervous,shitty and others are being assalted,bleeding and puking acid.They're hungrily pulling and grabbing peoples sleeping genitals,thirstily turning peoples places into a hotel/outhouse and anally attacking colon cleansed people .Surrounded by the future,the past and nightlights,barking dogs,abductions,disappearances,suicides,murders,suffocations,draining energy.Being pulled towards the future or the past along with your iron coins and other materials your in contact with and surrounded by,people are disappearing,people are being replaced with clones,robots,etc,people travelling back in time are being attacked,getting into accidents or sending messages.People are travelling to the future and to the past.Aliens,people are visiting and sometimes leaving this world,which worlds and times are they from?They're stealing peoples DNA,cloning,growing and using the clones.The souls of the dead and others are travelling into other peoples bodies to be young and healthy.The things in the spectrums that have the opposite affect of the things in the spectrums that cause aging,retards,sickness,etc and there's the others in the middle.Some people know other peoples thoughts and are communicating telepathically,interuptions,influencing,scolding,interference,torturing and controlling peoples minds.People are communicating with other people through nightmares.People are using other people to say their thoughts.They're turning people into traitorous sex fiends or idiots by getting them to look at and/or sniff something or by injecting them with something,preparing them for what´s happening now and after(animalism),your suspicious,nature's,etc examples,stuck in this nest.They're waking people up again and again and people are waking up in this place and they're causing other sleeping problems and deaths,picking,poking,prodding,digging people with medical instruments.The TV creeps and others are accusing people of being criminals and others in a past life,threatening,hynotising,insulting and bother…
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Isabella Sopperlock - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 05:45:21 EST ID:NBjAZ7qL No.54573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What drugs are you on and where can I get some.

nb


i have a crooked nose by Oliver Pegglespear - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 18:20:39 EST ID:ywyDq/5o No.53227 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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sup /med/

serious question here

I have a crooked nose, it dont really notice it when i look straight into a mirror but in pictures and videos or when i smile its so fricken crooked.

i was wondering if i could maybe , "take fall down some stairs" or hammer my nose till it brakes " with the precision of a samurai warrior" and help it straight with my hands with a towl under my nose would that fix it?

whats the best spot to hit a nose to brake it safely.

thoughts, concerns
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Skade - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 18:28:20 EST ID:VCmpsl8r No.53229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why not try all of them, see what works.
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Graham Seffingmark - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 22:18:17 EST ID:ptk4v0vU No.53237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nasal anatomy is surprisingly complicated. There are several bones that determine the shape and alignment of the nose, as well as the septum, which is made of cartilage.

If you were to break your own nose, you could break these bones in any number of places, break the cartilage (yes, that's possible), and even break the sensitive turbinates, which are responsible for the normal functioning of the nasal cavity. You would almost certainly not achieve any sort of aesthetic outcome, and your nose would likely wind up looking worse than it does now.

If the appearance of your nose bothers you that much, save up for a rhinoplasty.
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doctordaft - Mon, 12 Oct 2015 22:37:21 EST ID:XtCJ4kEe No.53266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jesus Christ, this board is ripe with opportunities to educate good medicine.
No, all your suggestions are poor choices. You very likely will damage your fragile septum and cause ongoing breathing issues, sinusitis, etc. In fact, trauma to the nose is a common cause of rhinitis and life-long nasal problems. In fact, why don't you take a light and look into your nostrils. Is one bigger than the other? Does the septum in-between protrude significantly into the opposite nostril? If so, your crooked nose is likely a deviated septum, which is easily fixed with a low-risk septal repair.

BOOM, I'm doing god's work.
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Hamilton Snodford - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 21:00:10 EST ID:xT10Otg2 No.54430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53237
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笑沌 !8x8z91r9YM - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 03:43:43 EST ID:Xpdyl/VY No.54548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53227 Humour me for a moment if you would.
What do you think has caused your nose to be crooked? How often do you examine yourself in mirrors or photos? Do your family or friends fail to see what you're talking about when you point it out to them?

A common fixation of Body Dismorphic Disorder is percieving a crooked nose.

self-rhinoplasty is not the most rational response to this situation. Additionally, the following statement,
>I have a crooked nose, it dont really notice it when i look straight into a mirror but in pictures and videos or when i smile its so fricken crooked.
leads me to suspect that you may be experiencing or developing BDD.
If this is the case, the issue could be psychosomatic and anything you do may greatly exacerbate the situation.

I'm not saying this scenario is likely but if any of what I said made some sense, you might want to consider talking to a therapist before you knock yourself out with the ugly stick.
As bizarre as it may sound, I met once with a young man who ended up in inpatient at a psychiatric hospital when he was unable to convince his family, friends and physician of his crooked nose.


What the heck is on my face by Isabella Nossleshaw - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 16:00:35 EST ID:Azcj1kEc No.54535 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I fell asleep and woke up with this small dry patch on my cheek, it's reddish and doesnt hurt, its not itchy or anything its just this weird feeling dry patch. How do I make it go away?
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Sophie Fiblingsit - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 04:38:22 EST ID:Yhw67OwL No.54536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wish people would post more interesting stuff.

Moisturizer. If it persists see a doctor for hydrocortizone. nb
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Edwin Gemblebanks - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 00:32:47 EST ID:QkzcWdPC No.54538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54535
You can get cortozone cream over the counter if this persists. Epsom salts can work wonders for red skin things, yet can dry out sking, not sure it it wwould work for this, but lotion, and or cortozone cream should fix it.
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syn - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 20:29:18 EST ID:bPwcRvzZ No.54545 Report Quick Reply
Maybe if you posted a picture...
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Nell Snodshit - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 02:43:51 EST ID:VQxNAg+6 No.54547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54535
It's like some crazy person shouting "EAT ASPIRIN! Eat it! It is good for you!" and when you ask why, tey say "IT MEDICINE!" and you say "Will it help my explosive diarrhea?" and they respond "IT MEDICINE!"....


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