Find a safe place Being relaxed and not in a hurry makes smoking easier and therefore safer. Bring condoms and lube with you Stimulant drugs can increase your sex drive. Clean your hands and your own mouthpiece Use soap and water or alcohol swabs to wash away germs that could go in your mouth. Start with a small amount If you don’t know how strong the drug is, this can help reduce your risk of overdose.
Use your own mouthpiece or pipe This will help you avoid getting or spreading infection. Use a shatterproof Pyrex pipe Other pipes can get too hot or give off toxic fumes. Avoid using broken or cracked pipes Damaged pipes can lead to burns, cuts and infections. Drink water, use lip balm and chew gum These things will help keep your mouth moist and reduce cracks, blisters and risk of infection. Make sure the drug is in the right part of the pipe bowl If necessary, tap pipe gently. Avoid burning your fingers Hold the pipe halfway down the stem.
Apply heat to the bowl Keep the heat source moving around until smoke fills the pipe (so the bowl won’t crack). Use screens instead of Brillo (steel wool) Brillo can break apart and be inhaled, and its coating can make you sick. If you prefer, it's okay to wrap the brass screens completely around the Brillo and use them together as a screen. Use a wooden push stick Wood is less likely than metal to damage the pipe. Inhale slowly This will help prevent burning your lungs. Exhale immediately Holding it in doesn't make the effects stronger—it only hurts the lungs more. Handle the pipe with care It'll be hot after using it. Eating when you're coming down will help you sleep. Feels like: heart is pumping fast short of breath hot, sweaty and shaky chest pain nausea faintness. Looks like: fast or no pulse fast or no breathing hot and sweaty skin confusion, anxiety unconscious vomiting seizures. If someone ODs… It is important to recognize the early symptoms of an overdose and seek medical assistance. Roll the person on their side (if unconscious) Call out for help—do not leave the person. Contact the health unit in your community for information about obtaining alcohol swabs, mouthpieces and push sticks. Visit HealthLink BC for locations, www.healthlinkbc.ca. Self-help tools: Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service: 1-800-663-1441 (BC) 604-660-9382 (Greater Vancouver) List of Ducky-related quotes. The following is a list of quotes, relating to the Land Before Time character Ducky . These include quotes said by the character in the film and TV series' runs, and quotes said about the character in the real world. Ducky (her stomach growls, she giggles): My stomach is talking. Ducky: (Trying to coax Spike out of his egg) You should come out. Ducky: (Examining Spike after he's hatched) You are a spiketail. In The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure. In The Land Before Time III: Time of the Great Giving. : Ducky: (Petrie falls into the water) Petrie, you are a flyer, not a swimmer. In The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock. Ducky: Now Spike, do not be scared to walk home in the dark.
Spike: (grumbles in agreement) Ducky: But, just in case, you go first. Cera: And I remember the day Dinah said her first words. That means "the bright circle is shining in my eyes and it hurts." Cera: How'd you know that? Ducky: That means "Never make Grandpa Three-Horn mad." Cera: Are you sure about that one? : Ducky: (Crawling along the log lodged at the top of the ditch) I do not like this. Petrie: If you fall, there's skinny little river way down there you might land in. (Ducky looks down and calculates the possibility) Ducky: (sarcastically) Oh thank you, Petrie! It is an undeniable truth that kids love dinosaurs. There's just something about these gargantuan prehistoric proto-reptiles that fascinates young people like nothing else — and long before Jurassic Park could scare the pants off budding baby paleontologists, there was the 1988 animated feature The Land Before Time , which has since been canonized as a classic for generations of tricera-tots.
It was so successful that it spawned more than a dozen direct-to-video sequels, plus a television series and even a video game — not to mention kicking off a dinosaur media obsession with films like We're Back and Dinosaur , and television series like Jim Henson's bizarre puppet sitcom Dinosaurs .