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  • epinephrine is the exact opposite of a tranquilizer

    Submitted by khals88 on Jan 6, 12 at 1:28pm
    • Also, you have to go to the hospital after you use an epipen - all that psuedo-adrenaline can give you a heart attack

      Submitted by Griffmaster01 on Jan 6, 12 at 4:52pm
  • Sure, just please let me know how that works out for you

    Submitted by Phys on Jan 6, 12 at 2:41pm
  • No.. Dumb ass

    Submitted by BE4TmyM34T on Jan 6, 12 at 1:26pm
  • You can try, but you won't like the results.

    Submitted by Twist2005 on Jan 6, 12 at 2:02pm
  • Please, for the sake of humanity, go ahead and give it a shot (pun intended).

    Submitted by Bean24 on Jan 6, 12 at 6:40pm
  • As a paramedic, I thank you for the job security

    Submitted by meanmedic on Jan 8, 12 at 12:34am
  • Sure, but you have to double the dose.

    Submitted by Bloomfield on Jan 7, 12 at 2:11am
  • If by 'tranquil', you mean 'dead', then by all means, absolutely....

    Submitted by lexia0421 on Jan 7, 12 at 12:59pm
  • Well initially the effects are complete opposite o what your looking for but there is a hell o a crash effect afterwords that could put someone down. Kind of a back ass words way of getting there though.

    Submitted by tequiladevil on Jan 6, 12 at 7:06pm
  • I would also like to add that you are the reason for all those stupid warning labels on things. Like, don't blow dry your hair while in the bath.....

    Submitted by lexia0421 on Jan 7, 12 at 1:01pm
  • I'll bet money that is what happens. Can I borrow $10 first.

    Submitted by medic317 on Jan 6, 12 at 4:19pm
  • Paramedics. We will never be rich, but we will always have a job. Keep on proving Darwin wrong idiots

    Submitted by andyf1008 on Jan 8, 12 at 10:30am
  • I remember reading that an epipen causes your body to produce massive amounts of adrenaline. So, no.

    Submitted by arthurlux on Jan 6, 12 at 2:58pm
  • Epinions don't calm me down either.

    Submitted by kin_in_in on Jan 6, 12 at 7:25pm