College prep carried out serviceable.Jim
I don't care who you are, that's funny.
Oh, how terribly familiar! BTDT.
Like woah man, the universe is like, a beutiful thing man, it's like I can see everywhere man.
I can see the music!Yeah, been there...
Haha!! "You have 4 eyes." LOL!!! That's funny right there.I've had 4 wisdom teeth pulled at the same time. Was put on Vicodin and Tylenol with codeine. Was on the stuff for a day and then took myself off it. I could handle the pain, which wasn't that bad. Just didn't want to be on the meds. I never even got loopy on the Vicodin. Weird.
Reminds me of a couple of parties I was at back in the late sixties."Dave?""Dave ain't here."
"Sleep, poppies, poppies"
I must be getting old. The thing that jumped out at me was Druggie Dad telling the kid that being unconcious on drugs "kinda felt good didn't it". That kind of early teaching about what adults call "feeling good" can come back to haunt you.Even in my mis-spent youth pharmaceutical pain killers were never my idea of a good time.
Oh, yeah. BTDT indeed.Self-inflicted, too.
"Druggie Dad telling the kid that being unconcious on drugs "kinda felt good didn't it""Yeah, that squicked me, too. I remember being knocked out to have my wisdom teeth removed, and I did not enjoy that sensation AT ALL. Like Wai, I didn't take my pain meds either--some minor aches were preferable to nausea and disorientation.The kid's got more sense--he knows there's something not-right about the way he feels. "Am I gonna feel this way forEVER?"
Hah! The poor kid is stoned to the bone. I know I'm probably the odd one out on this but I hate feeling like that.I've never cared much for any mind altering substance. I don't like the feeling of not being in total control of myself.Still funny though.Joe
Poor kid. He appears to hate that feeling as much as I do.True confessions: at the age of 40, I finally got drunk for the first time in my life.Won't do it again.
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