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annetjie - 01 Jan 2020 15:48:43 (#4761 of 4879)

I will deffo check that out!

SantaLawls - 01 Jan 2020 16:32:22 (#4762 of 4879)

Basically get a bottle of Night Nurse, mix one measure of it with two of Creme de Menthe and pour over crushed ice! You will sleep it off - possibly for several days!

Lawlsie and JtT take no responsibility for the outcome of this remedy and neither is licenced to provide medical advice.

SantaLawls - 01 Jan 2020 16:33:56 (#4763 of 4879)

Seriously Annet Night Nurse has promethazine in it which can make you very sleepy - hence the name. It's probably not a very good idea to mix it with strong alcohol as you could knock yourself out for a long time!

SantaLawls - 01 Jan 2020 16:35:30 (#4764 of 4879)

I mix alcohol and drugs all the time but I know what my tolerance is and I tolerate Codeine and alcohol very well. Also Kalms and whatever else I fancy taking. Everyone is different and it can be dangerous to have cocktails of the two.

LemonGrass - 01 Jan 2020 16:47:25 (#4765 of 4879)

Night Nurse contains paracetamol, so best not to have too much alcohol.

SantaLawls - 01 Jan 2020 16:55:36 (#4766 of 4879)

Depends. I mix alcohol and Paracetamol all the time. Also Ibuprofen. They work very well together, for me, and give me a nice floaty sensation that's deeply pleasant.

However... I really don't drink much. I'm talking about, at most, a glass of wine.

Some people can't take Codeine. It makes them feel sick and/or gives them constipation. Can be very unpleasant. I'm one of the lucky ones. I take to it very well. Some people when they take Codeine make more of it - morphine essentially - in their livers. I read this on one of the leaflets that came with it.

Basically you need to experiment to find out what works best for you. Sleep is the best cure for a virus as you can't take any meds will get rid. But sleep can be difficult when you're ill that's why Night Nurse is so potent but I hate the effect of it. Feel drowsy and horrible the next day. It has alcohol in it as well as paracetamol by the way.

xDiggy - 01 Jan 2020 16:56:35 (#4767 of 4879)

5-2 away. Looking up!

SantaLawls - 01 Jan 2020 16:57:46 (#4768 of 4879)

The Leeds game the other day was quite spectacular. Our neighbour is a mad Leeds fan so we followed it through the wall. He later apologised for the noise but we said no need to apologise. We enjoyed the vicarious thrill.

4CorbynBirds_3LePens - 01 Jan 2020 21:39:32 (#4769 of 4879)

Happy New Year to all on JtT.

This Christmastime username will become redundant now that Corbyn is stepping down. I'll need a new one for next time.

LemonGrass - 01 Jan 2020 21:53:17 (#4770 of 4879)

We used to have the Blair Babes, now we have the Corbyn Birds!

SantaLawls - 02 Jan 2020 11:43:03 (#4771 of 4879)

Steer Karma!

SinnerBoy - 02 Jan 2020 20:17:32 (#4772 of 4879)

Groan...

Lawlsie - 03 Jan 2020 14:41:44 (#4773 of 4879)

Back to life. Back to reality. Back to life. Back to reality.

FleurDuMal - 03 Jan 2020 14:47:34 (#4774 of 4879)

And a slavering lunatic across the Atlantic, trying to start WWIII.

Lawlsie - 03 Jan 2020 14:48:08 (#4775 of 4879)

War war war! This war's spoiling the fun at all the parties. I get so bored I could SCREAM! Besides, there isn't going to be a war.

FleurDuMal - 06 Jan 2020 08:21:22 (#4776 of 4879)

Urgh. First day back at w*rk after two weeks off. I am not pleased.

Lawlsie - 06 Jan 2020 08:25:14 (#4777 of 4879)

Ah well that’s where going back on the 30th was a godsend. Re-entry issues nowhere near as bad. My sympathy

Lawlsie - 06 Jan 2020 09:42:04 (#4778 of 4879)

50 books a year challenge, Dry January, Veganuary, detox Jan... am doing none of it!

FleurDuMal - 06 Jan 2020 09:47:37 (#4779 of 4879)

January is a terrible month to give anything up.

Lawlsie - 06 Jan 2020 09:49:48 (#4780 of 4879)

Or start a new regime. Shouldn't start till Feb when the days start drawing out again and it's still light at 5 o'clock.

January still has bits of Christmas in it! Much too soon and sudden to start being healthy. There's the inevitable lag and who hasn't over bought and still got food left over?

Leave it till Feb if you must embark upon self improvement. Or better still March when Spring comes along. Even better, not at all. Just enjoy life and stop beating yourself up about pleasure.

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