Sure, You’ll Get High, But…

The New York Times reports that drug addicts who can’t score the painkillers they need to get high are turning to…

…are you sitting down…

anti-diarrhea medicine.

According to the Times the high is real and can be powerful, and while there’s no data on Imodium addiction, doctors are even seeing cases in emergency rooms and deaths from diarrhea medicine.

So the junkies are getting high on Kaopectate substitute these days, but you have to wonder: how are they dealing with the, um, side effects? Or if you’re that high that often, does it just not matter anymore?

Author: foureyedcurmudgeon

The Four-Eyed Curmudgeon is a middle-aged male who is everything right-wing America despises: he is a big-city, ivy league-educated, liberal Jew. He currently resides in a suburb of Philadelphia. He chooses anonymity for the time being because this is his first experience blogging and he wants to get comfortable with it, and see if he likes it, before he exposes himself (figuratively speaking, of course) to the world.

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