A question

What is in prescription paper that makes dogs like the taste?

A corollary: whay are so many sinks and toilets addicted to oxycontin?

Update: As usual I’m a step behind the rest of the internet.  Here’s an actual video of narcotic pills sending themselves down a sink, courtesy of Placebo Journal. Thanks to Hal Dall, MD in the comments for the link.


Comments

  1. TheNewGuy says:

    If a patient claims that a prescribed narcotic “didn’t work” for them, I make them bring back the unused quantity before I’ll switch them to another narcotic.

    That stops a bunch of that nonsense. The “I flushed it” excuse gets them nothing.

  2. What is in prescription paper that makes dogs like the taste?

    Must be the same thing present in homework paper.

  3. I also want to know

  4. Obviously, commodes have some mind-control abilities. As soon as you enter the bathroom with medication, they begin to send out confusion-waves that ultimately result in the accidental dumping of the pill bottles contents in the commode.

  5. Oxycontin is made from lemming parts. To see the march to the drain go to http://placebojournal.com/shopcontent.asp?type=NarcoticMystery