luka

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i probably wont have any i have to restore myself to something like factory settings for a bit
 

catalog

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you can't go around having breakthrough all the time anyway. rest up and consolidate all the good work you've already done. starting with that photobook, it's time to send off to asda.
 

luka

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im going to smoke some hash with Jim soon that will help reorganise my psychic life around a different pole
 

WashYourHands

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They probably get a bad rap but a tall glass of chilled wheat beer would be oooh la la. Even Sainsbury’s was stocking grotesque shit like Blue Moon

It’s ok, can stop whenever I want, honest
 

luka

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not had a drink all week feel awful feel like damon albarn in that photo. listening to this
 

catalog

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I've not had a drink all week either, I'm felling really rough though with cold and flu symptoms. Don't think it's covid but I'm gonna get a test anyway.
 

catalog

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I'm at that stage with it where I might just do that if it doesn't clear by tomorrow. Wanna go to bed for a week at the moment.
 

luka

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a bulb yheah. i dont know if it is possible i havent done it. i do the orange juice and the pseudoephedrine though. i hate being sick
its rubbish.
 

catalog

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pseudoephedrine = sudafed? I'll try that tomorrow. I'm caning the hot honey and lemons. Yes it's awful being sick, can't stand it. Basically just a cold but it's doing my head in as well.
 

luka

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  • Pseudoephedrine is also called by the brand names Sudafed or Galpseud Linctus.
  • When it's mixed with other medicines, it can also be called Benadryl Allergy Relief, Benylin Day & Night, Boots Chesty Cough & Congestion Relief, Multi-Action Actifed Tablets, or Galpseud Plus Linctus (you'll need a prescription for this because it comes in a 500ml bottle).
 

Leo

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yes i think sudafed, its essentially speed. its the best thing. cures all ailments.

there's daytime and nighttime versions. I often take nighttime sudafed or Benadryl when boarding a flight from here to the UK. knocks me out, I can usually sleep for nearly all of the seven hour flight, very little jet lag.
 
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