My friend snort this pill and now Im worried!
24 Feb 2010
Your friend is an idiot and asking for huge trouble. Tramadol can and will cause you to have seizures. It is just a matter of time before he starts flopping around like a fish out of water. He needs to mature up and get of this weak shit that does nothing but cause seizures when you abuse it... Dave
25 Feb 2010
Your friend has a serious problem that requires professional attention. This desire to get "high" at any expense is something to be concerned about!
Unfortunately, advise is not likely to motivate a non drug seeking behavior change. This is not the first nor the last time this person will do this. Without help from someone who cares, they will only get worse. The thing to do is going to make them mad at you and may be worse! But,if you value this person above their friendship, you need to tell a responsible adult.
In the meantime, all you can do is to tell this person that you care about them even if they don't care about themself. Further, that you simply can't be around them when they do this! You actually approve of their actions when you are silent. This makes you an accessory after the fact, in fact. Hope you can do tuff love. Somebody should!
End. - emnmzr4u
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