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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Nov 28, 2020.
He seemed to have made the 'other' cup a priority!!!!!!
Morphine is good for those in pain. It doesn't make you feel good like heroin supposedly does when taken recreationally. Who are the other people apart from these two groups? Probably,
Hows your pain GLP.... on the mend...?
Quite funny reading the match thread on a Stevenage board, they start off outraged that there's no option to listen to anything but the 'Hull' commentary, then twenty posts later, they're all agreeing that it's been than their normal one.
They also seem surprised at how well their team played.
Not sure i see the point in slater
I’d try and give him back in January and get another experienced head in there
You have to wonder what their normal commentary is like...
Not City related, but are Celtic players trying to get Lennon sacked?
As someone who was recently put on morphine following my accident and I’m probably in the minority, but the side effects of morphine are worse than the benefit of pain relief. I can’t for the life of me understand why anyone would take morphine recreationally.
It was a tongue in cheek post, as was the first one, it really doesn't warrant any further explanation.
Though in all seriousness, as someone who has suffered an ailment that causes excruciating pain (constantly for over a week), there's been times when I've absolutely loved the stuff.
League 1 reserves away at league 2 1st team, always likely to get a result like this. They deserved the win, we didn't. Disappointing but not the end of the world.
I've watched much more debilitating games than that, but I still think that shaving my arse with a broken bottle would have been a much more pleasant pursuit than sitting through 120 minutes and penners.
Chickentown fact - I was booked to read it out at a music festival at O'Rileys until everything shut.
I've never had any side effects from morphine, I've just had it to stop the pain and stopped having it when the pain's gone.
Just in case this is coming across as a regular occurrence, the last time I had any was 2015.
I see Eaves is getting his usually pasting on Facebook, I thought he did okay today, even if he can be frustrating at times.
Yes, I had morphine given in hospital a few years ago. Though the excruciating pain I was in had nothing to do with what had put me in there, they just thought morphine wouldvalleviate it. It made me feel,that bad they gave me something else to counteract it.
To see what morphine does look at the dating figure Goering was before he was shot in the Beer Hall putsch and what he became following him becoming addicted to morphine after he was given it for pain relief.
Back in the 1960s I knew some lads from Leeds who used to come to Brid every year and spend the summer dossing on the beach. One of them got high on something at a festival at Dane's Dyke and announced he could fly, ran off and jumped off the cliffs. Smashed himself up and was given morphine for his injuries, which were really bad, and became addicted. Bumped into him a couple of years later when working in Leeds. He said how crap life was. Felt that bad without morphine it was unbearable but when you had it didn't lift you up. A few years later I was told that in the end he was that bad that he stole a car and crashed it into a motorway bridge to end it all.
And to think Peter (did you know I used to play for Leeds) Swann thought he'd had a good game...
Depends on tolerance really. Some people recreationally take weaker opioids to get high then move on to heroin on oxycodone when the weaker stuff doesn't cut it anymore. But morphine can give you the same feeling heroin does.
Come on folks, we lost one game in the FA Cup to a team that were better on the day.
There's no need to turn to drugs just yet.
The number of times he was offside was unacceptable given the standard of opposition. I also thought he bottled the second penalty, he seemed to be in two minds as to where he should put it given he'd already taken one.
Aside from that I agree he was okay today, held the ball up well when needed and was involved in some nice link up play.
He is offside way too often, I think he might be trying to beat Mark Cullen’s record.
Is a copious amount of alcohol drugs?