Apparently, it works. Guy instantly got back together with girl in the backdrop of the disgusting emergency room and they smooched like they own the darn place. Because apparently, it works–I mean taking 30 slimming pills in the guise of suicide to win back the one who ditched you. I know, i know, we’re not supposed to be judgmental–or as the more fun word, judgeful–but i’m not judging girly who just swallowed 30 slimming tablets each tablet containing caffeine equivalent to two cups of coffee. I’m not judging anyone, I’m just saying that she’s a whiny, maladjusted brat. If I knew this would work then my parents would’ve probably bought me that Super NES back in 1993.

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  1. what i used to do for patients like those… insert NGT, foley cath. give activated charcoal without cathartics. and pag umiiyak iyak na, palabatiba mo sa boyfriend nya. hehehe. evil.=)


  2. \”give activated charcoal without cathartics\”– tee-hee.


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