Humble Treat of Sugar Rush

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she chickened out

((So I had a ‘Golden Velvet Cupcake’ from Casey’s Cupcakes. I must say, it tastes as good as its shiny presentation!))

((So I had a ‘Golden Velvet Cupcake’ from Casey’s Cupcakes. I must say, it tastes as good as its shiny presentation!))

Headcanon #3832

wir-headcanons:

Before Litwak came into possession of it, the Turbo-Time Cabinet seen in the movie originally belonged to Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzaria.

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(I’ll ask again, why doesn ANYONE WHO’S EVER HAD BATMAN CAPTIVE not just take off his mask right away? That was like the whole plot of the Dark Knight, without his mask he’s just a man)

There’s your problem. This isn’t The Dark Knight. Most of the villains here probably don’t care about his identity, hell I’m sure Anarky would rather it remain a mystery.

iirc its got some electric trap bullshit that knocks you on your ass if you touch it
(In any verse it’d be better to know than not unless you’re like Joker or Anarky, it’s less of a problem in this series and moreseo in the original animated series where Batman got kidnapped a lot more by people with no special motives but it still bugs me and booby trapped or not it’s not gonna help much if he’s unconscious, it’d be fairly simple to move it from a distance)

((Maybe it’s just a matter of intentions? After all, have they really considered the thought, save for a certain few villains, to use his identity and relations as a leverage back then?))

Stopped taking tylenol this morning and instead started taking advil as my painkiller…

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XD I remember why I hate advil so much.

No matter how much water you drink the pill actually gets sticky and can stick in your throat… It burns!

x.x

((Liquid or small white pills?))

The Liquid gels. x.x They get wet and they actually become particularity slimy… My guess is that gel or sliminess was supposed to make it so it slips down your throat. x.x Quite the opposite. XD I literally had to eat waffles to get it down.

((Actually, the liquid gels are meant to dissolve in your stomach for better dispersion. Have you exposed those to some kind of heat prior to taking them? It might be because you didn’t store them properly.))

Nope, room temp in my med cupboard. x.x I remember discussing this in one of my nursing classes.

Yes they are meant to dissolve in your stomach but it can be quite difficult to get it there. You either need to keep downing water or eat something. x.x it’s like as soon as it gets wet it already is dissolving on the way down. So it sticks in your throat. You need to swallow it fast.

XD I am one of the unlucky ones.

((Well, there’s your problem right there! You need to chill those pills to keep them from dissolving too fast. They’re like the gummy supplements. Very sensitive melting points. Too hot, and they become sticky.

I usually hate the size of the pills. Yet, swallowing with water is probably the only way I can ingest them. You just have to get used to it.))

OH! Who told you that!? O.O

Ok here is a little lesson from a To-Be Nurse.

Unless the pharmacist explains to you another method of storage pills and medicines should be stored at room temp. There are things such as certain cough medicines that should be chilled but I don’t think advil is one of those.

Advil, Ibuprofen, Asbrin, and many others should be stored at room temperature. Sometimes they are even put in non transparent containers to keep light out.

Something as simple as temp change or light can actually alter the drug and make is something that could potentially be kind of bad to take.

The best place to store pain killers or anti-inflammatories that are taken orally is in a med cupboard that is dark and at room temp unless told otherwise b your pharmacist or doctor.  

As for the advil liquid gel… XD It’s just mean.

((True. I can see the point of that. No arguing with that.

As for the pills themselves, they shouldn’t be in the state that you placed them. No chilling, but at least place them somewhere where they can’t melt or soften up!

Also, my mother told me. She’s a nurse as well. When I said ‘chill them’, I meant place them in a cooler spot, not literally chill them!))

Stopped taking tylenol this morning and instead started taking advil as my painkiller…

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XD I remember why I hate advil so much.

No matter how much water you drink the pill actually gets sticky and can stick in your throat… It burns!

x.x

((Liquid or small white pills?))

The Liquid gels. x.x They get wet and they actually become particularity slimy… My guess is that gel or sliminess was supposed to make it so it slips down your throat. x.x Quite the opposite. XD I literally had to eat waffles to get it down.

((Actually, the liquid gels are meant to dissolve in your stomach for better dispersion. Have you exposed those to some kind of heat prior to taking them? It might be because you didn’t store them properly.))

Nope, room temp in my med cupboard. x.x I remember discussing this in one of my nursing classes.

Yes they are meant to dissolve in your stomach but it can be quite difficult to get it there. You either need to keep downing water or eat something. x.x it’s like as soon as it gets wet it already is dissolving on the way down. So it sticks in your throat. You need to swallow it fast.

XD I am one of the unlucky ones.

((Well, there’s your problem right there! You need to chill those pills to keep them from dissolving too fast. They’re like the gummy supplements. Very sensitive melting points. Too hot, and they become sticky.

I usually hate the size of the pills. Yet, swallowing with water is probably the only way I can ingest them. You just have to get used to it.))

Stopped taking tylenol this morning and instead started taking advil as my painkiller…

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smourice-toastygraham:

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XD I remember why I hate advil so much.

No matter how much water you drink the pill actually gets sticky and can stick in your throat… It burns!

x.x

((Liquid or small white pills?))

The Liquid gels. x.x They get wet and they actually become particularity slimy… My guess is that gel or sliminess was supposed to make it so it slips down your throat. x.x Quite the opposite. XD I literally had to eat waffles to get it down.

((Actually, the liquid gels are meant to dissolve in your stomach for better dispersion. Have you exposed those to some kind of heat prior to taking them? It might be because you didn’t store them properly.))

Stopped taking tylenol this morning and instead started taking advil as my painkiller…

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XD I remember why I hate advil so much.

No matter how much water you drink the pill actually gets sticky and can stick in your throat… It burns!

x.x

((Liquid or small white pills?))

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