Ahhhhhh penis and balls jokes. the lamest joke award goes to…ta da daaaa….Chad, well done!
I agree with alordslums….But i also think that Samuel L Jackson would only sleep that one on the right with the best pair! The others yep you are getting shot, Just be glad that he has not got a light saber in hand!
I’m pretty sure the Bunny tattoos are press ons, not permanent. If they’re permanent, they’re not well done. You can find the press on Bunny tattoos in any dollar store without ever having to touch the Heff.
Percocet is paracetamol and oxycodone. It’s quite a powerful analgesic. Hmmm… but having it with Red Bull seems strange – you’d be up from the Bull, but zoned from the percocet. They’d cancel each other out, so what’s the bloody point?
A better treatment combo would be percocet plus beer. Much better. That dentist still sounds like fun, though.
I would appriciate this to be taken down immediately. I’ve contacted this site, multiple times and instructed them to do so. This was a script WRITTEN AS A COMPLETE JOKE!! I never thought someone would put it on a whole other site beats me. I can’t believe that. I just got my wisdom teeth taken out and it was given to me to make me laugh. (Im ALWAYS the one with RED BULL) ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!
This is WAY more drama than needs to happen. I work with great doctors at this practice, and this was a COMPLETE JOKE!! It beats me how raunchy some people can be!!! Grow UP
@38–that’s why you don’t post anything that could be taken the wrong way online. Everything online is left up to personal interpretation, you can’t expect people to have the same reaction you did if they didn’t know the circumstances.
That being said, the last one made me smirk. Oh how I love Darwin’s way of dealing with sluts.
@ahmayzingrace – Everything can be taken the wrong way. All it takes is someone with a questionable intelligence, and I see a lot of people here meet that criteria.
@straight2thepoint – It was funny, and I know it was a joke. I’m sorry to say I’m apparently the only one here who realized it was a joke.
@ everyone else – Get a grip. You are horrible people. Seriously, how could you NOT see that it was a joke? I used to love reading the comments on this place because the posters seemed to be more intelligent than other comment boards I read. Today, I was proven wrong.
However, my favorite people, such as alordslums, BritishHobo, and wordpervert seemed to retain their sense of humor and common sense. Thank you for still being sane.
Also, the one on the right appears to have short hair. Unless it’s in a ponytail. If not, she should be the one getting shot. Leave the one on the left alone.
Caffeine can (I believe) enhance the painkilling effect, and Red Bull probably has caffeine in it. Wikipedia states: “Tylenol Ultra was introduced in Canada, with 500 mg of acetaminophen and 65 mg of caffeine”. So taking Red Bull with a painkiller is not as dumb as it sounds.
Hey moodymark, I looked up Tylenol Ultra. We have a similar drug that’s been recently released here in Aus. The idea of the drug is its caffeine content expedites the analgesic response of the acetaminophen (paracetamol). So yeah, you’re spot on.
But taking it with Bull could be a bit dicey – the caffeine in the Bull plus the caffeine in the TU might be a bit much for some. Tolerance to caffeine would determine an individual’s response, though.
Some people are very sensitive to caffeine, and I’ve heard of people having bad reactions to too much of those caffeine-based energy drinks. Add a drug with caffeine in it as well? Hmmm…
People with a known history of heart rhythm disturbances (and some don’t even know they have this problem until they have stuff like this) could find themselves in all sorts of bother.
Percocet (oxycodone) is a depressant, so that’s where my original confusion was coming from.
Ok, too much raving for a Sunday morning. Apologies if I’ve bored anyone stiff.
Caffeine is merely put in drugs to inhibit the drowsiness caused by opiates (oxycodone, codeine etc), and is often in non-drowsy formulations of cold and flu tablets. They used to put caffiene in powders to make them addictive, often housewives would get together, have a bexpowder (containing caffeine, aspirin and something else) with a coffee, then a few hours later get a headache because of the caffeine withdrawl, have another etc etc and get kidney failure and die..
Not relevant but anyway
Not relevant but anyways..
not to be a total buzzkill, but even though it was obviously a joke, it’s not smart to play with the DEA. they take those prescription pads very, very seriously, and it’s entirely likely that this posting could cost someone a lot of aggravation at the least.