As long as you're not allergic to ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, etc.) or
naproxen sodium (Aleve), it's best to avoid paracetamol/acetaminophen
(Tylenol, etc.). It's especially useless for toothaches since it does
not reduce inflammation.
Wrong. Paracetamol simply works in a different way to remove pain. Some headaches or other pains go away with paracetamol, some with ibuprofen, it depends if it's caused by swelling or not. I just take both at once, that kills any pain in 5-10 minutes and lasts for hours.
I wouldn't need to manage my anger if people could learn to manage their stupidity.
It was silly of me to think I couldn't find a 24 hour dentist in
Baltimore, or cities much smaller. It's just that unlike the last
time, these days, no dentist will pay for a listing in the phone book
that says this, because a) phone books are out b) dentists who do this
change all the time, so now there are services.
There are at least 3 listed for Baltimore, with 800 numbers
Then take Ibuprofen at the same time. Toothache isn't any worse than say a headache.
It's hardly suffering. I don't see a doctor every time I get a headache.
We used to mock the Americans' litigiousness, political correctness, health & safety obsessions and the like.
Now Britain is full of lazy lard buckets who'll sue for everything they can get if they even stub their toe on something.
It does have its drawbacks. My Toyota with DRL's did that and it was a
manual transmission. When I come home at night I stop at the cluster
mailbox to get the mail. If it's dusk or full dark, I sort through my
keys in front of the headlight. With that feature, I'd shift into
neutral, put the handbrake on, and my light source would go off.
No it would not. The headlights stay on. Only the DRL goes out with
the parking brake on.
DR:s are not headlights. In MOST cases they use the headlight bulb but
run at roughly half output. Some (like Chrysler Minivans) use the side
marker (AKA parking) lamps
I always switch off the engine in a manual when I get out even for a few seconds. It's easier than making sure it's in nuetral and the handbrake is on. It's second nature to slip it into gear, switch off the engine, and apply the handbrake, I do it without having to think about it. If I try to do what you do, I end up leaving it in gear and it lurches forwards, or it's on a hill and the handbrake won't hold it by itself.
Clarence is a very old male name, and I've never heard anyone shorten it to Clare, it would sound female.
You've got it backwards anyway: "Clare is a given name, the Medieval English form of Clara. The related name Clair was traditionally considered male, especially when spelled without an 'e', but Clare and Claire are usually female." -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare_(given_name)
Watching his date from the corner of his eye while he poured her a drink, the young bachelor said, "Say when."
She replied, "Right after that drink."
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