Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Subtle Differences.

Me + nighttime cold medication:
 
However, Mrs C + nighttime cold medication...

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  1. One Sudafed has the same effect on me as a Vodka gimlet. I'm a lightweight either way. Ooh! Pretty colors! Good night, now...

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    1. Vodka has the same effect on my wife too. Only, those 15 minutes before she falls asleep will be filled with her hysterical giggling at random things & threatening to beat me up.

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  2. Yeah, I'm with Mrs. C on this one. Give me a tiny half-tablet of nighttime cold medication and I'm out with potential for sleep walking.

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    1. At least if she sleep-walked I could steer her to the bedroom. Mrs C's more of a curl up wherever the drowsiness hits (on the couch, at the dinner table, on the floor in the middle of the room, etc) & just sleep there.

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  3. Hahaha I wish anything had that immediate of an effect. My metabolism is set to "simmer." With NyQuil I eventually fall asleep and about 4-5 hours later I bolt awake with a lethal dose of the jimmy legs.

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    1. I have the same metabolism when it comes to falling asleep. When I do finally give in, though, it's "lights out" all the way. My legs could start tap-dancing off the side of the bed to the tune of Flight of the Bumblebee & I still wouldn't wake up.

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  4. NyQuil is evil. Albeit a necessary evil.

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  5. So funny how people are affected by medications.
    I fall asleep pretty well when I take cold medication. That would be great if the whole "not being able to breathe" thing didin't keep waking me up.

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  6. Nothing and I mean NOTHING knocks me out. A few years ago, I was on codiene and it made me feel like a million bucks. I wanted to build a house.

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