7 definitions by TJM91

This pill is shit. Just like Seroquel and Zyprexa. I don't understand how this pill has such a modern image when it is one thing: complete and utter SHIT. It's an antipsychotic, one of the shut-you-up drugs. Psychiatrists prescribe this shit so they can boot you out the door and make their money. The side effects I can't really comment on, except for one: hyperness/hyperactivity. This isn't a fun focused and attentive high feeling you get with Adderall. Its definitely more like a feeling of bugs are crawling under your skin, your muscles HAVE to be in motion, and you can't sleep. Someone can take this pill and they will be squirming around and being hyperactive for almost 3 days. Seriously, when I was driving on half a pill of this stuff, I was going about 60 over the speed limit on the road and I wasn't even aware of it. The drug manufacturer (Bristol-Meyers Squibb) makes those commercials saying that 2 out of 3 people on an antidepressant don't feel relief, so they should add Abilify. So this leads people to think Abilify is an antidepressant when it is truly an antipsychotic that is used to shut people up! After the manufacturer got the approval for the adjunct treatment of Abilify to their antidepressant, their sales skyrocketed!
The commercials are a complete lie. All of a sudden when these depressed people take Abilify, the weather is better, everyone is smiling, and the world is a better place. When truly they should either A. go see a counselor to talk about their depression, or B. get a different antidepressant. Oh, and it cost me $50 for a copay and my insurance another $600. So it isn't cheap. If your doctor wants to immediately put you on this, they are a drug pusher, unless you are schizophrenic, then it may help you.

Stay away from abilify!
by TJM91 April 25, 2010
Hydrocodone is a semi synthetic opioid generally used to treat moderate to severe pain when used medically. It is a schedule III (C-III) narcotic in the Controlled Substance Act in the United States of America meaning it has a moderate abuse potential, unlike C-II or C-I drugs which have much higher abuse potential.

When used recreationally, hydrocodone produces effects very similar to morphine, heroin, and oxycodone. Intensity is slightly lower than morphine or heroin because these two drugs are generally administered intravenously.

Contrary to popular belief, hydrocodone is actually a very addictive drug when misused. When used under medical settings exactly as prescibed, most users of hydrocodone do not become addicted to the drug. But many other people can go doctor shopping to obtain this drug and use it for their own recreational use.

When people withdrawal from this drug whether they are addicted or just dependent(dependence just means the user's body responds negatively to the absense of the drug, but not necessarily addicted) on it, the person will be overcome by a feeling of a bad case of the flu, unless the person seeks methadone or buprenorphine replacement therapy. Withdrawal symptoms generally include, insomnia, shakes, chills, anxiety, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, restless leg syndrome, and goosebumps. Withdrawal symptoms begin shortly before the next dosing time, and continue for 72 hours, increasing in intensity, then after the 72 hour peak, the symptoms drastically recede. Usually after a week, all physical withdrawal symptoms end. Usually, an addicted person who was using the drug for recreational purposes only, will have a protracted phase of withdrawal that is only psychological which can last around 6 months. During these 6 months, the ex-user will feel compelled to use the drug again, talk about the drug a lot, and have a strong desire to use, despite the fact they have no physical withdrawal symptoms. Usually after 6 months of abstinence from hydrocodone, the user will have almost no phsychological withdrawal symptoms.
I was prescribed 80 hydrocodone (10mg hydrocodone/ 650mg acetaminophen)with 3 refills to help with post operative surgery. I used it every once in a while, for a month until I got my cast off my arm. Then a few months later I took one for a headache. I really liked the feeling so I just started taking one every day, then I started taking it twice a day, and then I upped my dose. I obtained all the refills from the pharmacy without any questions.

This is the point in which I was addicted. I started stealing pills, buying them off the street, because if I didn't have them, I would be in the worst pain of my life. I did this for about a year until I was taking about 18 of these pills at a time. I thought I was dying the last time I used because I puked a river. So I went through the withdrawal which was hell.

Today I still feel a desire to use the drug, despite the fact that my liver may be shot, and all the negative things that happened.

I can give you two words of advice, if you are in severe pain and need this drug, use it for your pain. If you are looking to get high, DO NOT use this drug, stick to something like weed.
by TJM91 February 8, 2009
An individual who is addicted to narcotic drugs like heroin, morphine, oxycodone (OxyContin/Percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin), or other opioids, but can still maintain a normal and successful life.
A functional junkie is a person that can have a family, have a successful career, successful education, and maintain relationships, as long as they have their dope, because once they don't have it, then everything spirals out of control.
by TJM91 June 19, 2009
Rush Limbaugh is a liar, hypocrite and asshole.

Limbaugh could not serve in the military due to his debilitating condition called, flat feet. (Yeah, I know, horrible disease there, people dying all over the world cause their feet are flat.)

Limbaugh supports the war in Iraq, and berates soldiers that want and need to come home, he calls them, "phony soldiers". (Good idea Limbaugh, so this soldier who got his leg blown off in a car bomb incident, shouldn't be coming home in your mind, he should be serving in this corrupt war in the middle east, while you get to sit your fat ass down and flat feet in your radio chair.)

Rush Limbaugh has this hypocritical belief that all drug users should be put in prisons and that they are the scum of the earth. (Well, let's look at this, Limbaugh gets to write phony presciptions so he can eat his morning OxyContin and get through his day. That's okay though, Limbaugh doesn't have to go to jail, he gets to go take a "vacation" and be clean of his habit.
by TJM91 April 18, 2009
2 Girls 1 Cup is a perfect example of today's declining morals in society.

The video itself involves two women who are caressing each other's bodies, and then, it happens, one of the girls takes a massive dump, into a cup, then both of the women start consuming the feces.

At this point most viewers of the video can't think it can get much worse. They couldn't be much farther from the truth.

Shortly after consuming the shit the two women start vomiting. They are not only puking the poo out, but they are puking the shit right back into each other's mouths, or back in the cup.

The final part of the video concludes with the two bitches reconsuming the partially digested feces/vomit mixture.
2 Girls 1 Cup involves two(2) crazy ass bitches(girls) and a cup(1 cup), and lots and lots of poo.
by TJM91 January 26, 2009
A failed attempt by the United States' government to mandate a legitimate drug policy.

A Little bit of History:
The DEA was formed in 1973 by president Richard Nixon. The primary goal of the DEA was to combat the importation and smuggling of hard drugs like cocaine and heroin. In time, the DEA became a brutal force that essentially set out to catch every drug producer, manufacturer, dealer, and user.

DEA Today:
The Drug Enforcement Administration of the United States today is responsible for the search and seizure of drugs out there in the United States. Though their intentions may be good in the eyes of some, for others they have been the cause of countless numbers of deaths of innocent people.

Another major problem with the DEA is the scheduling system that has been mandated. From a pharmacological standpoint, many illicit substances under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 have potential benefits to certain groups of individuals. Unfortunately, the DEA has some of the tightest restrictions known to mankind on these substances.

A common substance known as marijuana, is currently illegal on the Controlled Substance Act. The DEA claims a substance called Marinol has the same benefits as regular marijuana. Marinol is extremely expensive, (Upwards of $450 for a one-month supply) and contains only one cannabinoid, synthetic THC. Regular marijuana contains about 60 cannabinoids which can offer potential benefits to those with nausea, neuropathy, and HIV/AIDS related fasting.
We need to look at the Drug Enforcement Administration like this:

The DEA is a government agency that has the power to fight almost all the drugs coming into the United States of America, if the DEA does this, then they will have done their job, and they will not need as much funding. Therefore, the DEA needs to continue having a "War on Drugs", so the top officials can receive their annual bonuses and raises.

In essence, the war on drugs will never end, unless all drugs (which are mostly plant derived) that originate from plants go extinct, which is not going to happen.
by TJM91 March 16, 2009
Another way of saying "I am".

Popular in ebonics.
by TJM91 May 17, 2009