Be careful of that Nyquil/Armor All combination.
Never put armour all on you motorcycle seat. Bad things can happen.
“Well, of course I smell of liquor, Officer! That’s what happens when you drive your car through a liquor store!”
posted on 04/29/2012 9:28:57 AM PDT
Great now you will probably have to start showing your ID to get products at the Auto Zone.....
It never is the liquor, is it?
posted on 04/29/2012 10:19:02 AM PDT
by Mr Ramsbotham
(Laws against sodomy are honored in the breech.)
Say what? She didn’t claim unintended acceleration?
posted on 04/29/2012 10:45:34 AM PDT
by Ole Okie
When asked if she had taken cold medicine, Brooks replied, "Nyquil and somebody cleaned the inside of my car and they put Armor All on my brake pad and my foot slipped off the brake pad."
Yep, that's happened to me too. I'd be in the pharmacy stocking up on my Nyquil, minding my own business, and outside in the parking lot, vandals would be breaking into my car in order to clean the inside of it.
I've learned to steer clear of those neighborhoods.
posted on 04/29/2012 11:02:30 AM PDT
(I am 20 days away from outliving Phil Hartman)
If you are caught driving in Arizona with any amount of drowsiness-inducing medicine in your system you will be sent to prison for a mandatory 18 months. The judge has no discretion in the matter.
posted on 04/29/2012 12:10:53 PM PDT
by Jeff Chandler
(I heard Osama was unarmed and carrying a bag of Skillets candy when Obama shot him.)
As far as I’m concerned, driving after drinking Nyquil is no different than driving drunk. Nyquil is powerful stuff. Honestly, I’m surprised they’re still allowed to sell it without a prescription.
posted on 04/29/2012 12:28:37 PM PDT
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