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  • Submitted by MDoyl44 on Mar 21, 10 at 11:13am

    If you feel like staying alive, take ibuprofen instead. Tylenol's active ingredient is acetametaphin which when mixed with alcohol can cause death.

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    Submitted by Vilexxica on Mar 21, 10 at 11:04am

    Oh, I'm sure it'll work wonderfully, assuming you had no long-term plans for your liver or general health. You know.

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    Submitted by cmiyc on Mar 21, 10 at 11:54am

    Say goodbye to your liver.

  • Submitted by maynard on Mar 22, 10 at 1:19am

    So, you're not really supposed to mix caffine and alcohol together, so by adding Tylenol to the mix while your immune system is low is probably a bad idea.... Dunno... Just saying.

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    Submitted by MrMarsden191 on Mar 21, 10 at 11:56am

    Yeahhhh, you should probably go to a hospital, like now.

  • Submitted by kulove on Mar 21, 10 at 11:10am

    Your liver will punch you internally

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    Submitted by Michguy on Mar 21, 10 at 12:57pm

    When the combo of alcohol and Tylenol kill your liver, you too will want affordable health care for the transplant you will need.

  • Submitted by paradigm2200 on Mar 22, 10 at 12:20am

    Only someone from Westchester, NY would do something like this. Rich retards....

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    Submitted by DJJ on Mar 23, 10 at 11:11am

    I know Xanax mix well

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    Submitted by mikoDigital on Mar 22, 10 at 9:27am

    Way to score one for the Westchester "I'm retarded" team. I'm betting on your kidneys failing first.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 21, 10 at 1:06pm

    You seriously are not supposed to mix Tylenol and alcohol, how did Elvis Presley die anyone?

  • Submitted by cheesepizza on Mar 21, 10 at 11:16am

    Ruhtard, considering 103 is like a death temp, I'm thinking this is too stupid to be legit

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      Submitted by alilfallofrain on Mar 22, 10 at 3:53am

      103 isn't a "death temp," actually. Yeah it's a sign that you're REALLY sick, but it's not quite an "omg you're dead!" temp. 105 is about when your cells start denaturing/dying.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 22, 10 at 12:15pm

    Science fair project junior year, cow livers, everclear and tylenol. Don't do it.

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    Submitted by hvltn on Mar 22, 10 at 8:32pm

    Advil isn't Tylenol. Different meds. Tylenol and booze make your liver implode.

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    Submitted by credawg86 on Sep 15, 12 at 11:40pm

    Actually take double the dose, let natural selection take its course

  • Submitted by danoyella on Mar 22, 10 at 7:49am

    Bitch, stay in bed.

  • Submitted by jengaopc on Mar 21, 10 at 11:45am

    This person is kinda my hero\nDrink on mutha fucka, drink on

  • Submitted by enders_game on Mar 21, 10 at 9:27pm

    Yeah, that temp signals usually a severe're body is fighting..and with the jager bombs lowering your immune system...well sorry need to go to a hospital..

  • Submitted by gago131 on Mar 21, 10 at 11:14am

    You'll b fine. I took 4 advil last night with a beer. Took it as a preventative!! LOL no hangover today!!!

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      Submitted by Drchb on Mar 21, 10 at 1:17pm

      That's an ignorant statement since advil is ibuprofen and tylenol is acetaminophen. Those are very different drugs that react different with alcohol.

      • Submitted by leime721 on Mar 22, 10 at 10:22pm

        exactly- if you're going to take anything with alcohol, take ibuprofen (advil). tylenol (or anything else with acetapminophen) + alcohol can't be simultaneously metabolized, because the job is done by the same enzyme. and to the geniuses who said the kidneys would feel the impact first, go to sleep. or class. the metabolization of ethanol and acetaminophen occurs in the liver. --also, more than 5 tylenol is a really bad idea... especially if anyone's trying to be