How to take an overdose — 9 Comments

  1. Everything was in order until I checked the little brown bottle.

    We professional OAPS call that ‘alcohol’.


    Seriously though you might want to check on ‘interactions’ for the cocktail you took before you take tonight’s dose. Just because you feel ‘ok’ now doesn’t mean your body can take another, even single, dose of what you had last night. Google or dispatch a pigeon to your local apothecary….unless of course you’re comfortable leaving Herself a rich widow.

    *is just a little worried about you* …probably because Granddaughter2 was just here, milking the cutes like only a 2 -going-on-20 year old female can, and i’m still feeling all emotional and soppy.

    • Alcohol = cold tea.

      *is just a little worried about you*  Come on outa that!  You’re just scared you might lose a spot for your occasional outpourings.  Anyways, that was a few nights ago and I am back to normal now.  Whatever the fuck normal is…..

  2. You’ve got to cut down on tablets and pills Grandad. Find excellent beverage substitutes for them. Ever visit a herbalist? Or a witch doctor?

    • No chance.  I’d miss the odd hallucinogenic experience when I wash ’em down with whiskey.

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  3. Okay, as a grumpy old bastard who also has a 7 day yoke (as you put it) for his damn pills I’ll say unto you:

    Be more freakin’ careful!

    There, do you feel better now? People care about you. Even me. (yes, I’m late but I’ve had legal matters to attend to and all that.)

    • I don’t do “careful”.  I like recklessness.  It breeds excitement and adrenaline.  Or occasionally death.  Small price to pay for a it of fun though?

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