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Old 02-20-08, 03:36 PM   #1
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Ask the Stoned Guys... Part Duh

cuda2k and Sixty Fiver: two guys medicated up on (legal) pain pills and are here to answer your questions and supply any advice you seek. Ask away.

Note: Sixty Fiver has been on pain meds for a while now and I'm about to take my first dose after my second round of surgery. The fun starts once again. When asking for advice from the stoned ones, asking "how" sorts of questions are often best considered by our foggy minds. "If" type questions and others that are easy to answer with a Yes/No answer often get lost in our muddled thought process.

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This thread is for entertainment purposes only and the Really Stoned Guys assume no liability for any injuries (especially those caused by your bookie, Italian, Russian or otherwise),death, exam failures, marital strife, or episodes of getting lucky that may stem from taking any advice from two guys who really are pretty farking stoned.

We must stress that you should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

We did... they gave us ass kicking drugs.

On second thought, if you get lucky, you should really buy us each a beer. (Or two... or five... after we're done with the pain meds that is. Mixing those two may result in answers that no one wants to know.)

Sincerely... two really stoned guys.
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Old 02-20-08, 03:39 PM   #2
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Dear Pain Free Professor:

How come they call it the funny bone when it hurts like all get out when you hit it?

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How come they call it the funny bone when it hurts like all get out when you hit it?

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Because it's funny as hell to everyone around you to nearly bend over in half in pain from something as simple as bumping one's elbow against an object. I certainly find it funny when someone does it. Not so much when I do. I probably couldn't feel it right now if I did hit my funny bone. Yeah, pretty darn sure those pain meds are already hitting my system.
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I had a funny bone once...she was a birthday party clown.





That was the best 12th birthday party I've ever had...
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Dear Medicated Masters of the Magic 8 Ball:

How many packets of McDonalds ketchup would it take to fill one of those red squeeze bottles that ketchup comes in at cheap restaurants?

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That was the best 12th birthday party I've ever had...


What did the cannibal ask his tribemate as they ate the clown?
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How many packets of McDonalds ketchup would it take to fill one of those red squeeze bottles that ketchup comes in at cheap restaurants?

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One more than any McDonalds has on hand at any given time. Give up on the dream. Or steal a few from Wendy's before you start your attempt to find out for yourself. But one rule though, no wasting food and you'll have to eat all that ketchup yourself. Straight.
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One more than any McDonalds has on hand at any given time. Give up on the dream. Or steal a few from Wendy's before you start your attempt to find out for yourself. But one rule though, no wasting food and you'll have to eat all that ketchup yourself. Straight.
The answer was 50.
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What you believe everything you read on the interwebs? Here's another fact about ketchup you'll no doubt enjoy: http://www.weeklyworldnews.com/top_story/85
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I prefer mayo on my fries...
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That is so wrong that it is wrong on levels of wrongness that have yet to be conceived.
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jsharr - Tell that to the Dutch.
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Oh Foo Masters of Pain Relief,

Why did this need a Part Duh? Why not just bump the first?
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Stoned Guys - The Sequel

We're even better and more stoned than we were the first time.
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Why did this need a Part Duh? Why not just bump the first?
A fresh start with a fresh round of happy pills. After 15 pages of the old thread, I thought a new one was in order. Just to keep it simple.
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Oh Gurus of Transcendental Medication,

Why does everything have a warning label, except for really dangerous stuff like guns, barbed wire and pointed sticks?
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Why did this need a Part Duh? Why not just bump the first?
As your stoned overlords and masters of pain relief we have no need, and sometimes lack the ability to explain why we do anything.
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Why does everything have a warning label, except for really dangerous stuff like guns, barbed wire and pointed sticks?
If I was allowed to be playing with any of those things I could go and see if they have any warning labels but until then I can only tell you about the warning labels that come on puppies, tissue, and pretty girls.
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Man, if only I'd looked closer for the warning label on girls....*sigh*
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should I ride after I hit the vaporizor?

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Dear Stoned Guys,

Have you ever taken Lou Reed's advice and taken a "Walk on the Wildside"?
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should I ride after I hit the vaporizor?

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Absolutely. If you can see straight and don't have any stabbing pain from slipped disks or fresh incisions then RIDE. But first you have to spray paint your helmet pink. Bright Pink.
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That is half the fun of looking.
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