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This is a question It's not me, it's the drugs talking

They make you do stupid stuff and say stupid stuff. Drugs ROCK! Old-time B3ta person Fraser says, "I remember turning to a flatmate once, after getting stoned and sitting through an episode of Casualty, and proclaiming "Wow! Those actors are *so* talented!". And really meaning it."

What do you regret doing under the influence?

(, Thu 15 Dec 2005, 11:19)
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Diazepam Fun
My mate John (24) who's now becoming quite the regular on this board via my stories, recently had to go to hospital for an endoscopy (the camera down throat thingy). Its a quick in and out proceedure, both the camera and the visit to hospital but there's an option of getting diazepam to make the whole ordeal a little easier which John chose to have. Now to do this procedure they blow air into the stomach to expand it so everything is more visible. It was this, combined with the slight mental instability the drugs gave him to cause John to wait until they finished and loudly proclaim "Eeeeeeeee I did a little pump!" to the assembled doctors and nurses. The smooth talking bastard.

He followed this up by ringing me when he got home. I could tell he was still under the influence just speaking to him as he kept repeating the word spatula and giggling. I thought I'd take advantage and started telling him to do stupid things. This was why he hung up and turned to his mother (who had to watch him for 24 hours in case he did anything silly) and called her a 'lily livered bastard' before turning round and farting at her.

Go, John, go!
(, Thu 15 Dec 2005, 11:58, Reply)

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