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Absolutely amazing stuff. Does tend to be addictive tho, but I can live with that.

The name of this stuff is gummy bears. Found them the other day, popped a few, and viola, almost instantly felt better. I bought one bag, and two bags of tootsie rolls. Should have bought two bags, and just one tootsie rolls. Highly recommended.

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Very addictive, for sure!
We TRY to keep some on hand for the grands. Not so easy to do.

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While effective, they have some serious side effects! Just keep an eye on your full length mirror and you'll see the most noticeable one.

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I use a similar drug called chocolate lol

I belong to a TransAm forum and when members are having a bad day I recommend Fiagra

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Beer nuts.
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Beer nuts.
Same side effects. Maybe worse, because they go so well with beer.

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Absolutely amazing stuff. Does tend to be addictive tho, but I can live with that.

The name of this stuff is gummy bears. Found them the other day, popped a few, and viola, almost instantly felt better. I bought one bag, and two bags of tootsie rolls. Should have bought two bags, and just one tootsie rolls. Highly recommended.
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