Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Important Update!

It's come to light in the comments that my excessive use of the word Ritalin in a post I wrote earlier today may put off some sensitive folk who otherwise would have enjoyed my blog.

Fourni said...

Nice space. But is this a Ritalin advert or something? I loved your blog until all the Ritalin worship.



Thank goodness for alert readers! In the interest of keeping readers happy I would like to suggest that when you read that post you substitute the word, "Ritalin", or, "drugs", for another, less offensive term. My suggestions are whiskey, Jesus, boisterous sex, and Dick Cheney.

7 comments:

Lynn said...

LOL. Thanx for the interesting word pictures!

"Boisterous sex" is an essential component to my homeschool planning?

When you score that "boisterous sex," 85 (chocolate) makes an excellent chaser?

molytail said...

That was such an odd comment there. Maybe that person hasn't been around your blog enough to 'get it' ?

I'm sorry, I must confess. I do. not. like. dark. chocolate. :-P

lorraine m said...

"And it has caffeine which, in addition to my boisterous sex and morning coffee makes my mood even and my day ordered"

Works for me Dawn...

audrey said...

my Dick Cheney....

heeheeheee, that's the funniest one of the bunch. Really. Trying saying it out loud.

Dawn said...

Molytail - that's what I'm thinking. I guess if a person dropped in and that was the first post of mine they read it might seem a little weird...

Audrey - It's my favourite too. It's dirtier then the boisterous sex one! :D

kitten said...

Well, IMO if someone gets offended over you saying you have to take Ritalin then they have a problem.
I would like to ask why? I have to take Provigil. (They are in the same group) But Provigil is stronger and cost a lot more! I have Narcolepsy, that is why I ask.
It really helps me stay focused and get things done, other wise would not.

Ritalin Prescription Medication said...

My name is Nathan Finch and i would like to show you my personal experience with Ritalin.

I am 32 years old. Have been on Ritalin for 2 years now. This drug has saved my life. I have seen drastic differences between times in my life when I was taking it and when I was not. I failed out of one school and graduated top of my class in the next. Floated from job to job and then became very successful. I don't like the way I feel when I am taking it (I'm boring -- no personality) so, I time my doses to help me in the office or when I have to focus on mundane task's at home like paying bills, taxes etc. and then go without it when I'm recreating.

I have experienced some of these side effects-
Initially some apatite suppression, insomnia and slight gitters. This was corrected by reducing my afternoon dose.

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Nathan Finch