Thursday, April 10, 2008

Can Zofran get you high?

Ok, so, like, No. It's for nausea. Nausea is a fancy way of saying "feeling like you're going to throw up and wishing you could just die". Zofran doesn't make you feel high, it makes you stop feeling like barfing.

It's twenty dollars for 4 milligrams. You can't find a cheaper way to (try to) get high? Might I suggest cough syrup?

How bout you check out 52 projects, or Learning to Love You More, or the Generosity Game or You Are Beautiful. How bout you go for a walk. How bout you learn to be happy with the life you've got?

Who am I kidding? I'm talking to the kind of asshat who steals Zofran from their grandfather who's dying of cancer.

A little tired of people finding her blog this way,
ephelba

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

yeah so your a bitch

ephelba said...

Ahhhh, yes, but I am not your bitch, and I can spell.

Anonymous said...

Amusingly, I found your blog by googling "Can zofran get you high" - but for completely different reasons than you thought. I just took a zofran for the first time, and for some reason, feel really really benzoed out.

So, you shouldn't let google search terms cause you to lose too much faith in humanity.

Anonymous said...

hey you're a stupid bitch and please dont try and come back with some no you are bullshit because i'm a harvard law student respect people's questions and stop being an ignorant retard :)

ephelba said...

Obviously. That's some learning going on up there in Harvard. Wow.

Thank you, thank you, anonymous posters for making my point for me.

As for you, lonely anonymous the second, I hope that your need for the Zofran has passed and that you are in good health.

Carissa Sky Zabala said...

I actually googled "can zofran make you sad" and you were a top result. I just clicked because I was amused.

Zofran has been my best friend for two days, the first time in 3 months that I haven't fought nausea.

Bethy said...

If you were a decent writer, I might have thought twice about your argument. Learn sufficient comma usage, and work on your tone. Not many people want to read blogs posted by angry, ignorant women suffering the beginning stages of menopause. Listening to old people complain seems a little bit too cliche if you ask me.

maranda and alex stewart said...

"who let the bitch out? Who? Who? Who? Who? Who?"

ephelba said...

I write this blog because of what I want to say, not because of what people want to read. In fact, the point of this article is that I wish certain people weren't reading it, most specifically, people who are trying to get high on Zofran. So if I've turned you off, great! And, if, I haven't, maybe, I, can, try, some, other, method.

Anonymous above nailed it when she pointed out that the internet is a big place, and not everyone who googles "Can zofran get you high" steals it from their grandparents.

Kolton said...

Dude I steal my dying grandparents zofran all the time to hustle the fiening niggas and the local children at my park :) and btw.. if a harvard law student has enough time and actually cares to reply to a getting high post.. the world has seriously astounded me.. and if anyone wants to say I spell wrong. Fuck you this is a bullshit post so I obviously dgaf about spelling.. peace and love from brooklyn juggahoes

Jon said...

I read your blog cause I was just prescribed Zofran and wanted to make sure it didn't make me High. Have got some driving to do. I know some anti nausea medications will make you feel kind of loopy. I understand being angry with someone for stealing from the grandparent. That is fucked up. But don't be to quick to judge others for feeling they need to get high for some people like myself have been through some tremendous agony in their lives and that is the only way to stop the pain sometimes. Thanks for the post. It was very entertaining