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I've never written one of these entries before...should we be frightened or relieved? [Apr. 23rd, 2006|09:42 am]
Amanda
[Current Mood |sadin pain]

Owwwwwwwwww. I hate my Monthly Gift. There's only one more precious dose of Motrin that I'm saving until Monday when I can pick up more (just in case I really need it before then), so in desperation I stumbled over to the medicine cabinet to look for worthy substitutes.

Apparently they have Tylenol in there that expired in 2001. Oh dear, help us all...

Well, I took Aspirin. I've never taken it before. I'm hoping it'll do something, and also that it won't give me those creepy life-threatening allergic reactions you always hear people talking about. *trembles* But, alas, pain has made me brave.

I can't do my research paper with these horrific cramping pains from hell, so please aspirin, please kick in....one cannot think of the infrasonic communication of African elephants when all one can feel is that NEVERENDING BATTLE OF ANGST in the nether regions...ugh...

I need a HUG. hahahaha.

[EDIT] Aspirin works, whoo!
So does masturbation. ;-)  ;-)
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[User Picture]From: glacier_kitty
2006-04-23 09:54 am (UTC)
This sounds like me during my week *hugs majorly*
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[User Picture]From: minuetcat
2006-04-24 01:10 pm (UTC)
Thank you! I'm much better now, thankfully :)
I swear...why do women have to put up with such things, why?? And how did they cope before the invention of over-the-counter drugs?? lol
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From: turkeysock
2006-04-23 10:50 am (UTC)
2001! wow tylenol doesn't last in our house for more than a few months tops :o good luck!
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[User Picture]From: minuetcat
2006-04-24 01:06 pm (UTC)
Yeah! That bottle left me a bit...unnerved. I didn't even mention the Robitussin--that expired in 2000!
And thanks! It worked quite well, surprisingly :)
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