How many excedrin do i take: Excedrin, Migraine, and Headache FAQs
How often can you take Excedrin Migraine?
Medically reviewed by Leigh Ann Anderson, PharmD. Last updated on Jan 31, 2023.
The usual adult dose for Excedrin Migraine is 2 caplets with a glass of water. Do not take more than 2 caplets in a 24 hour period, unless directed by your doctor.
Excedrin Migraine contains 250 mg of acetaminophen, 250 mg of aspirin (an NSAID), and 65 mg of caffeine per caplet or geltab. Taking more than 2 caplets in 24 hours may cause an overdose of acetaminophen, especially if you are using other medicines that contain acetaminophen. Taking too much acetaminophen may damage your liver or cause death. In case of an overdose, get medical help right away or contact a poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.
Before you use Excedrin Migraine, you should review the full Drug Facts label product information on the bottle. If your migraine headache symptoms persist or worsen, contact your doctor.
Excedrin Migraine is not for use in children. For patients under 18 years of age, ask your doctor. Do not give Excedrin Migraine to a child or teenager with a fever, flu symptoms, or chicken pox. Aspirin can cause Reye’s syndrome, a serious and sometimes fatal condition in children.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, ask your doctor before using Excedrin Migraine.
Why does Excedrin Migraine contain caffeine?
Excedrin Migraine is an analgesic combination over-the-counter (OTC) medication used to treat migraine headaches. It contains 250 mg of acetaminophen, 250 mg of aspirin (an NSAID), and 65 mg of caffeine per caplet or geltab. In this product, aspirin and acetaminophen are headache pain relievers and caffeine helps to enhance the pain-relieving effect of these 2 medicines.
Excedrin Migraine does not require a prescription.
Why was Excedrin Migraine recalled?
In October 2020, certain products and lots of Excedrin products were recalled by GSK Consumer Healthcare due to the possibility of holes in the bottom of bottles supplied by a bottle manufacturer. No Excedrin products were permanently discontinued, including Excedrin Migraine.
The Excedrin products that were impacted in the recall included specific lots and bottle sizes of:
- Excedrin Migraine Caplets or Geltabs
- Excedrin Extra Strength Caplets
- Excedrin PM Headache Caplets
- Excedrin Tension Headache Caplets
Bottle sizes included in the recall were the 50, 80, 100, 125, 200, 250 and 300-count bottles.
Products NOT impacted in the recall include the 24-count bottles of Excedrin Extra Strength caplets and the 24-count bottles of Excedrin Migraine caplets and geltabs. Excedrin Migraine is typically available in pharmacies, grocery stores and other retail outlets in the U.S.
GSK Consumer Health recommends that consumers should immediately inspect their Excedrin bottle for holes.
- If a hole is found, consumers should discontinue use but retain the bottle and contact GSK. GSK will retrieve the product and issue a refund.
- If no hole is found, consumers may continue to use the drug as directed.
- You can contact GSK Consumer Healthcare at 1-800-468-7746 (M-F, 8AM – 6PM) for more information.
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This is not all the information you need to know about Excedrin Migraine for safe and effective use. Review the full Excedrin Migraine information here, and discuss this information and any questions you have with your doctor or other health care provider.
- Excedrin Products: Ingredients and Dosage. GSK Consumer Healthcare. Accessed Feb. 10, 2021 at https://www.excedrin.com/dosage-ingredients-chart/
- Excedrin Migraine (acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine) monograph. Drugs.com. Accessed Feb. 10, 2021 at https://www.drugs.com/excedrin-migraine.html
- Temporarily out of stock or recalled Excedrin products. GSK Consumer Healthcare. Accessed Feb. 10, 2021 at https://www. excedrin.com/products/discontinued/
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Excedrin Migraine Is Back on the Shelves — But Is It Good for Migraine? — Migraine Again
Like a lot of things in 2020 to 2021, Excedrin Migraine and Excedrin Extra Strength were impossible to find on store shelves due to supply issues. This temporary shortage left thousands of Americans with migraine pain scrambling for an alternative. A few months after the supply issue was resolved, five varieties of the medication were recalled in 2021 due to packaging defects. Those issues have now been resolved, and most Excedrin products are readily available once again, much to the relief of many with migraine.
But for many people with migraine — especially chronic migraine — the shortage and recall might have been blessings in disguise. Although they are affordable and easy to access, over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers like Excedrin Migraine can too easily lead to increased pain and other serious side effects if taken too often.
What Is Excedrin Migraine?
Excedrin Migraine is a migraine headache relief medicine, the active ingredients of which are acetaminophen (250 milligrams [mg]), aspirin (250 mg), and “therapeutically active” caffeine (65 mg). (Amounts are per caplet.)
How Much Excedrin Migraine Should I Take?
The recommended dosage for adults 18 and older is two caplets per 24 hours. But perhaps the most important recommendation on the label is that it is not to be used for 10 or more days per month, otherwise headache pain may worsen as part of migraine overuse headaches (MOHs).
Is Excedrin Migraine Good for Migraine?
According to its website, “in clinical studies, patients with moderate to severe migraines experienced effective relief with just one dose.”
Evidence may show this medication works, but its combination of ingredients is what has doctors concerned: Excedrin Migraine is one of the most common medications that leads to a condition called medication overuse headache (MOH, formerly known as rebound headache). For this reason, some doctors at the 2022 American Headache Society Headache Symposium referred to the drug as “the E-word.”
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What Is Medication Overuse Headache?
Medication overuse headache (MOH) is a controversial but important term describing headache on 15 or more days per month as a consequence of regular overuse of acute medications for more than three months.
When the frequently used medication wears off, the headache comes back and is often more severe and more resistant to treatment. This leads people to start taking acute medications more often to avoid the headache.
“It’s a vicious cycle where they may get benefit initially but then the attack returns when the level of medication drops,” says Andrew Charles, MD, professor of neurology and director of the UCLA Goldberg Migraine Program.
MOH can also manifest as a new type of headache that lacks typical migraine features. It can lead to chronification of migraine from episodic, says Dr. Charles. “Over time, the system is sensitized, leading to more frequent attacks, more severe attacks, and more resistance to treatment,” he explains.
Since 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began requiring that certain types of OTC pain medications, including Excedrin Migraine, come with a warning printed on the drug fact label. It states: “Medication overuse headache warning: Headaches may worsen if this product is used 10 or more days a month. ”
Research suggests that, when taken on 10 or more days a month (or roughly, two or three times a week), pain relievers like Excedrin Migraine — as well as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen, aspirin, and naproxen sodium — and triptans can alter the serotonin system within the brain, interfering with the body’s pain response and leading to increased pain sensitivity.
Though they may seem safe — and they can be when used properly — OTC pain relievers are not harmless. Unfortunately, especially for people with frequent or chronic migraine, it’s all too easy to overuse these over-the-counter painkillers.
In general, the following prescription and OTC medications can cause MOH, from highest to lowest incidence:
- Opioids and butalbital-containing combination analgesics (like Fioricet) and acetaminophen-aspirin-caffeine combinations (like Excedrin Migraine)
- Triptans (like Imitrex or Maxalt) and ergotamines (like Cafergot)
- NSAIDs (like Advil or Motrin and aspirin)
Because you don’t need a prescription for the OTC acetaminophen-aspirin-caffeine combinations and NSAIDs, that means no one is really monitoring how much you’re taking.
The risk of MOH is especially high with drugs that contain more than one active ingredient, like Excedrin Migraine, which has acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine; or Advil Dual Action, which contains both ibuprofen and acetaminophen.
How to Treat and Prevent MOH
Overcoming MOH is not fun, though, and it makes managing migraine just a little bit harder. Sometimes just stopping the overuse resolves the symptoms, but not always. Treatment of MOH is a multistep process involving patient education, migraine prevention, and possibly stopping acute medications in an inpatient or outpatient setting.
Patients who experience MOH due to opioid overuse should undergo withdrawal in an inpatient setting. Find a doctor near you who can help you undergo the necessary steps to overcome MOH safely and as painlessly as possible.
The success rate of this stepped treatment approach is 50 to 70 percent effective after 6 to 12 months.
Obviously, avoiding MOH in the first place is clearly the best option. But when you have migraine or other chronic pain, that’s easier said than done. To reduce the risk of MOH, you’ll probably want more than one acute treatment in your arsenal.
“Alternating your triptan with a naproxen-based anti-inflammatory medication is beneficial because it prevents you from overdoing it on one certain type of medication,” said Thomas Berk, MD, a New York–based neurologist and headache specialist, during a special event for the American Migraine Foundation.
“Still, you don’t want to take those more than 15 days a month because they can cause not only rebound headache but gastritis and kidney disease as well,” said Dr. Berk. “Pay attention to the recommended use instructions on the bottles. These medications are meant to be used as needed due to these risks.”
All Pain Relief Medication Counts
At the 2022 AHS symposium, Todd Schwedt, MD, professor of neurology and chair of neurology research at the Mayo Clinic Arizona, emphasized that when you’re adding up how much medication you’re taking, all these types of pain meds count, not just the ones for migraine.
That seems like an obvious point, but it’s easy to forget that maybe you’ve taken Advil for menstrual cramps or back pain a few times last week, or maybe you’re taking Tylenol to bring down a fever, then you get a migraine attack and medicate for that, too. Your body cannot distinguish which ailment you’re taking meds for. (But wouldn’t that be nice?)
It’s also important to know what the active ingredients are in the medications you take, including both prescription and OTC medications. For instance, Fioricet (acetaminophen, butalbital, and caffeine) often prescribed for tension-type headaches, contains acetaminophen. So if you pop some Tylenol, you’re doubling up on the amount of acetaminophen, which can be harmful. It also contains caffeine, so if you have a cup of coffee or tea, you might feel extra jittery, irritable, or anxious and possibly trigger a headache or migraine attack.
Other Warnings and Side Effects of OTC Pain Relievers
Indeed, MOH is not the only thing to be concerned about when it comes to relying on OTC medications to manage your pain. Many of these medications come with side effects and serious problems with improper usage. To break it down:
- Taking too much ibuprofen (such as Advil or Motrin) may cause irritation to the gastrointestinal tract, including stomach ulcers and even severe stomach bleeding. It may also be harmful for people with liver or kidney disease, asthma, bleeding disorders, or to those who drink heavily. It can also cause acute kidney injury, even without a history of kidney disease.
- Acetaminophen (such as Tylenol) is gentler on the stomach; however, too much can cause severe liver damage. It’s also less effective than aspirin and does not reduce inflammation.
- Taking too much aspirin (such as Bayer, Bufferin, or Excedrin) can cause stomach irritation, and, because it inhibits platelets, it can cause prolonged bleeding and shouldn’t be used in people with bleeding disorders, liver or kidney disease, asthma, or hypertension.
Excedrin Migraine also has a warning about Reye’s syndrome in children and teenagers; a severe allergy alert (including asthma) and severe skin allergy alert; a liver warning; a stomach bleeding warning; and a caffeine warning.
Alternatives to OTC Meds Like Excedrin
Fortunately, there are alternatives to reaching for Excedrin Migraine or some of the other readily available OTC pain relievers, even more so in recent years. Here are a few acute therapies to discuss with your doctor. Please note that many of the options below also come with some risk for MOH.
Some people use caffeine to help abort an attack. But sometimes, caffeine can also be a migraine trigger for some. The trick seems to be in hitting that sweet spot of just the right amount. A 2019 study of 101 individuals with episodic migraine concluded that one to two servings of caffeine wasn’t associated with an increased risk of triggering a migraine attack, but three servings may trigger it. This handy chart tells you how much caffeine is in some popular beverages and foods.
At the same time, caffeine withdrawal can also trigger migraine. According to the International Classification of Headache Disorders, a caffeine-withdrawal headache is one that develops within 24 hours after regular consumption of more than 200 mg of caffeine a day (for more than two weeks) is abruptly stopped. Other criteria is that the headache is relieved within an hour by intake of 100 mg of caffeine, and that headaches resolve within seven days after total caffeine withdrawal.
The gold standard of migraine medication, triptans are available by prescription. They also come with a risk of MOH, although they are lower on the list of medications that cause MOH. Talk to your doctor about how much is safe for you to take.
Currently, there are five external devices approved by the FDA for migraine relief or prevention:
- Cefaly (transcutaneous supraorbital neurostimulator; no prescription required)
- GammaCore (noninvasive vagus nerve stimulator, or nVNS)
- SAVI Dual (single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulator, or sTMS)
- Nerivio (remote electrical neuromodulation)
- Relivion (external trigeminal and occipital nerve stimulation)
Talk to your doctor about which ones might be suitable for you.
A whole lot of new options for migraine treatment became available starting in 2018 with the approval of erenumab (Aimovig), a once-monthly dose for prevention of migraine in adults. These drugs target calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), which is a protein in the brain and nervous system that is believed to be responsible for the cascade of migraine symptoms we experience. Other medications in this class include galcanezumab (Emgality), fremanezumab (Ajovy), and eptinezumab (Vyepti).
Ditans and Gepants
Drugs in these two classes target the CGRP receptors and include lasmiditan (Reyvow), ubrogepant (Ubrelvy), rimegepant (Nurtec), and atogepant (Qulipta). Access varies by pharmacy and insurance plan. Because all of these drugs are relatively new, it’s impossible to determine if these medications present a risk for MOH; however, research is ongoing.
If you have access in your state, you can talk to your doctor about trying CBD, THC, or a combo to treat your attacks. Note that research is still lacking about their efficacy, and overuse of cannabis can cause issues.
There are quite a few proven home remedies that work best when used in combination with other therapies. These come in handy as either prevention, or when you’ve already reached your limit with medications for the day and are out of options, other than heading to the ER. Consider trying something new with ideas from this article on home remedies that actually work.
If you find yourself reaching for the same migraine med more than twice a week, it’s time to talk to your doctor about your other options. For a guide to creating your migraine treatment plan — including the available meds — see this article.
While the shortage of Excedrin back in 2020 to 2021 was a pain (so to speak) for a lot of people with migraine, it also provided a key opportunity to explore alternatives. If you haven’t seen a doctor since 2018 about your migraine, there’s a whole new world out there for migraine prevention and treatment, and it might be a good time for a treatment tune-up with a well-educated primary care doctor, neurologist, or headache specialist.
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I am 19 years old. Not knowing about pregnancy, at about 4-5 weeks she took Arbidol antiviral tablets, Excedrin tablets for headaches and AnviMax powder for colds. Is there a risk of fetal pathology?
There is no risk in your case.
But for a month I have been suffering from ARVI. She took bromhexine, ambroxol, maxicold. The instructions say that the listed drugs should not be taken during pregnancy. And I didn’t know I was pregnant. What to do? Terminate a pregnancy?
You have no indications for abortion.
Pregnancy 2-3 weeks. All this time she took citrine and exifin. What are the consequences in this case for the development of the fetus?
You have an increased risk of fetal death and miscarriage up to 8 weeks. After this period, the risk will be the same as for everyone.
At the 24th week of pregnancy I took one tablet of ciprolet for cystitis. What are the consequences? Fourth generations.
There will be no risk from one pill.
On the first day of menstruation, January 18, she fell ill with bronchitis. From 21.01 she took drugs: flimaxin for 5 days, augmentin. I took a pregnancy test and got two lines. Wanted pregnancy. What are the possible consequences and how will the medication affect the child?
If the pregnancy develops, then neither the disease nor the drugs harmed her.
I could not imagine that I could be pregnant. I had unprotected intercourse 6 days before ovulation. She was treated for thrush, took 3 tablets of 150 mg Fluconazole, Nystatin suppositories, 1 tablet of Fluconazole 150 mg at 2-3 weeks of pregnancy. The pregnancy tests were negative, and at the appointment the gynecologist said that there was a pregnancy. The first son has a heart defect (pulmonary artery stenosis), I assume that because of the alcohol taken at the beginning of pregnancy. 2 more children were born healthy, as they were planned. Will the first screening reveal heart defects or other abnormalities? What are the consequences of taking drugs and alcohol on a child’s development? Should I go to genetics?
In this situation, first of all, it is worth clarifying the fact of pregnancy (take a blood test for hCG or do an ultrasound). With a positive result, of course, it is worth making an appointment with a geneticist.
On the recommendation of a neuropathologist, she took Neuroximet for three weeks and Melitor at night. Didn’t know she was pregnant. Possibly since the start of the drug. Could this affect the health of the unborn baby?
You have an increased risk of fetal death and miscarriage up to 8 weeks. After this period, the risk will be the same as for everyone.
Treated thrush without knowing she was pregnant. I used one Pimafucin candle. Can this somehow affect the fetus and the development of pregnancy in the future?
This treatment cannot affect the development of the fetus in any way.
5 weeks pregnant. My stomach hurts. I take hilak forte and linex. Can taking these drugs somehow affect the fetus?
These drugs cannot harm you.
5 days late, test negative. I have been treated with Essentiale and sodium thiosulfate intravenously for 3 days. The temperature is 37 for the second day. Should I stop treatment? What is the risk to the fetus?
To clarify the fact of pregnancy, take a blood test for hCG, after which it will be possible to talk about further treatment.
We are planning a pregnancy. Passed analyzes by PCR and crops – everything is clean. After the onset of unprotected sexual activity, her husband’s chronic prostatitis worsened. The urologist prescribed medicines for her husband: Unidox Solutab, Likoprofit, Vitaprost and Diclovit suppositories. 3 days after the start of treatment, there was sexual intercourse without a condom, which coincided with ovulation by ultrasound. How dangerous was it to get pregnant while your husband was taking this antibiotic? How could this affect the sperm and can affect the child?? When should I start planning a pregnancy after the end of treatment? I am 30 years old, my husband is 36.
Spermatozoa mature within 72 days. If you become pregnant now, it is good, because if you are afraid of the undesirable effects of doxycycline, it is better to refrain from planning a pregnancy for 2.5 months.
4-5 weeks pregnant. She treated sinusitis with drugs: cefazolin, clorithramycin, bioporox, rhinofloimucil, polydex, nesopin, nemisil, washed her nose with furacilin, gargled with miramistin. Against the background of antibiotics, she took flucanazole and maxilac 2 times. After taking antibiotics, she felt nausea, which did not go away, for prevention she took Vermox 1 tablet. Pregnancy long-awaited. I’m worried about the baby.
You have an increased risk of fetal death and miscarriage up to 8 weeks. After this period, the risk will be the same as for everyone.
At the 10th week of pregnancy, an operation was performed to remove a cyst on the ovary, intravenous anesthesia was used. Screening at 12 weeks is fine. What is the likelihood of developing pathologies in a baby?
Should I take Duphaston if my progesterone level is 19 ng/ml at the 6th obstetric week?
9 weeks pregnant. I took Cerucal and Kagocel. Is there a risk to the child?
The risk to the fetus is minimal.
Second pregnancy, first birth in 2006. Last period was from 04.01. to 11.01. The cycle is irregular. As prescribed by the gynecologist, she put neopenotran forte suppositories due to increased leukocytes. 04.02. After an ultrasound, she found out she was pregnant. Temperature from 36.7 to 37.4. There was a slight runny nose. Is it normal? How much will this drug harm the fetus?
Since the treatment is local, it will not harm the fetus. Without knowing about the state of your health, we cannot determine the cause of the temperature increase. But this happens during pregnancy.
Last period was on November 13th. December 7 due to hypothermia and awkward movement – acute pain syndrome (lumbago). Treatment was prescribed: 1st day -1 injection of baralgin, finalgon ointment, diclofenac suppositories, apizartron ointment (2 days), diclofenac injection (3 days), milgamma injection (5 days). What are the child’s health forecasts?
The drugs used cannot harm the baby.
Not knowing about pregnancy for a period of 3-4 weeks, she used Genferon 500000 suppositories 2 times a day and made injections with aloe extract 1 ml 1 time per day. What could be the consequences?
These medicines cannot harm your baby.
Took 1 tablet of sedalgin plus for headaches on the 17th day of the menstrual cycle. Could this affect a possible pregnancy?
Cycle 28-29days, on the 8th day of the cycle, cystitis began, she drank Monural 3 g 1 sachet. On the 11th day of the cycle, urinalysis is normal. Can this drug have a negative effect on the maturing egg and is it worth skipping this cycle?
Can’t. Whether to skip a cycle is up to you.
Seven days ago there was an attempt to conceive, at the moment she has tonsillitis and SARS. The doctor prescribed azithromycin and erespal. Can these drugs affect the development of pregnancy?
Drugs – unlikely. But your illnesses may well be.
Pregnancy 3-4 weeks. Got sick with the flu. Temperature 38.1. She took the drug Gripko 2 tablets and intramuscularly analgin with diphenhydramine. How harmful is it to the fetus?
Influenza in a pregnant woman is very dangerous for the fetus. After recovery, do an ultrasound, check whether the pregnancy continues to develop.
At the 3rd – 4th week of pregnancy she took el-lysine, rheosorbilact and xefocam for 7 days, at the 5th week of pregnancy they had a microdiscectomy to remove a hernia of the lumbosacral region and put an implant dia. The anesthesia was spinal. She took ceftizoxime for 5 days, 3 days – analgin, ketolong, keltikan, neuromidin and omez – 7 days. I found out about the pregnancy after the operation at 6 weeks. How will these drugs affect the development of the baby?
If the pregnancy continues to develop, then these drugs did not harm the baby.
After suturing the cervix, the doctor prescribed a course of antibiotics Vilprafen. The gestational age is 21 weeks. How can the drug affect the fetus?
Taking the drug will increase the chances of carrying a pregnancy.
Pregnancy 4 weeks. With severe toothache, she drank five tablets of pentalgin. It turned out to be pulpitis, they put a temporary filling. Why is it dangerous for the baby?
A chronic infectious process (pulpitis) can cause a threat of termination of pregnancy and even its loss. Treat your teeth.
I am 28 years old, 20 weeks pregnant. I am in the hospital for conservation. Brought in an ambulance with bleeding and detachment. Fibroids 10 cm. Now they are doing Actovegin intravenously, and leukocytes are elevated in the urine test. The doctor prescribed the antibiotic amoxiclav intravenously 2 times a day. Will amoxiclav have a detrimental effect on the child?
Inflammation of the urinary tract and placental abruption are much more dangerous for the baby than the drugs prescribed for you.
She took two grammidin tablets without knowing she was pregnant. Is there a risk of fetal pathology?
The drug could not harm the baby.
Didn’t know she was pregnant. At the 3rd week of pregnancy, she drank 1/2 tablet of diazepam (0.25), and at the 6-7th week of pregnancy she took anti-tuberculosis drugs for 7 days: isoniazid (300), rifampicin (450) and pyrazimanide (1500). Will it affect the fetus? Is it worth having an abortion? Now I have 9weeks of pregnancy.
The risk of malformations in the fetus is increased by approximately 3-4%.
I am 34 years old. Delay 28 days. Found out she was pregnant. She had the flu, drank a lot of medicines and took alcohol. How likely is the risk to the unborn child?
The all-or-nothing principle applies in early pregnancy. That is, the pregnancy will either terminate on its own or continue to develop normally. To dispel doubts, make an appointment with a geneticist.
I am 42 years old, 4 obstetric weeks pregnant. Pregnancy desired and long-awaited. Used an ointment with 4% 5-fluoracil and 16% salicylic acid. The ointment was applied to three plantar warts under the patch 1 time per day at night for 2 months. She also applied varnish with ciclopirox on 1 nail on the hand 1 time per day for 10 days. Both drugs were discontinued on the 27th day of the cycle, as soon as pregnancy was suspected. How might this affect the fetus? And what should be done?
The all-or-nothing principle applies in early pregnancy. That is, the pregnancy will either terminate on its own or continue to develop normally.
There are contraindications. It is necessary to consult with experts.
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[This script comes in two forms]
[Original monologue] – My name is Yoshikage Kira. I am 33 years old. My house is in the northeast part of Morioh where all the villas are and I am not married. I work as an employee at Kame Yu department store and I come home every day no later than 8 pm. I don’t smoke, but I drink sometimes. I go to bed by 11pm and get eight hours of sleep no matter what. After a glass of warm milk and a 20-minute stretch before bed, I usually sleep well into the morning without any problems. Like a baby, I wake up in the morning without fatigue and stress.
At the last checkup I was told that there were no problems. I am trying to explain that I am a person who wants to live a very quiet life. I try not to bother myself with any kind of enemies like wins or losses that make me lose sleep at night. This is how I communicate with society and I know that this is what brings me happiness. Although, if I fought, I would not lose to anyone.
[Changed English] – You can call me Yoshikage Kira. I am currently 33 years old. Not that you care, but I live in the northeast area of Morioh Villas. Besides, I’m not married yet. To make a living, I work at Kame Yu department stores. After a long day at work, I return home no later than 8 pm. I don’t like to smoke, but sometimes I like to drink. I always go to bed by 11:8 and try to get at least 20 hours of sleep each night. Before going to bed I drink a glass of warm milk. This is always paired with a 10-minute stretch to unwind after a long day at work. Sweet dreams are a common consequence of this.
I then wake up rested and energized, like a newborn baby, ready to take on the challenge of the day. And after my last examination, they gave me a clean health certificate. For as long as I can remember, I have done everything in my power to live a productive life that allows me to find lasting inner peace. This may be a foreign concept to me, but I prefer not to think about victory or defeat, life’s troubles or enemies that bring sleepless nights. That’s how I deal with this retarded life we’re living. This is what brings me happiness in a world full of deprivation and suffering. Of course, if I ever got into a fight, I would win the battle without question.
[Skyrim begins with an imperial wagon carrying four prisoners across a snow-covered
mountain pass, a mountain pass. All are seated and bound; the one wearing the outfit is gagged.]
Ralof: Hey you. You are finally awake. You tried to cross the border,
right? Fell right into an imperial ambush, just like us, and that’s
thief in there.
Lokir: Damn you Stormcloaks. Skyrim was fine until you showed up. Empire was
nice and lazy. If they weren’t looking for you, I might steal
of this horse was halfway to Hammerfell. You there. You and me – we
should be here. It is these Stormcloaks that the Empire needs.
Ralof: We are all brothers and sisters in misfortune now, thief.
Imperial Soldier: Shut up there!
[Lockir looks at the gagged man.]
Lokier: What’s wrong with him?
Ralof: Watch your tongue! You are talking to Ulfric Stormcloak, the true High King
Lokir: Ulfric? Jarl of Windhelm? You are the leader of the rebellion. But if
they’ve captured you… Oh gods, where are they taking us?
Ralof: I don’t know where we’re going, but Sovngarde is waiting.
Lokier: No, it can’t be. This is not happening.
Ralof: Hey, what village are you from, horse thief?
Lokier: Why do you care?
Ralof: A Nord’s last thoughts should be home.
Lokir: Rorikstead. I… I’m from Rorikstead.
[They are approaching the village of Helgen. A soldier calls out to the lead wagon.]
Imperial Soldier: General Tullius, sir! The head is waiting!
General Tullius: Good. Let’s get this over with.
Lokir: Shor, Mara, Dibella, Kynareth, Akatosh. Goddesses, please help me.
Ralof: Look at him, General Tullius, military governor. And it looks like
Thalmor is with him. D**nskie elves. I bet they had a lot to do with
This is Helgen. I used to be nice to a girl from here. I wonder if Vilod
still makes juniper berry mead. Funny… when I was a boy,
, the imperial walls and towers made me feel safe.
[Man and son watch prisoners enter town]
Haming: Who are they, dad? Where are they going?
Thorolf: You need to get inside, kid.
Haming: Why? I want to see the soldiers.
Thorolf: Inside the house. Now.
Galadriel: (speaks some Elvish)
(I love prestar aen. )
The world has changed.
(Han mato ne nen.)
I can feel it in the water.
(Han mathon ned cae.)
I feel it in the ground.
(Khan Noston Ned Gwilit.)
I feel it in the air.
Much of what once was is lost, because no one alive now remembers it.
It all started with the forging of the Great Rings. Three were given to the elves, immortal, wisest and fairest of all beings. Seven – Lords of the Dwarves, great miners and masters of the mountain halls. And nine, nine rings were given to the race of Humans, who, more than anything else, want power. For within these rings was the power and will to rule every race. But they were all deceived, for another ring was made. Deep in the lands of Mordor, in the Flame of Mount Doom, the Dark Lord Sauron forged a master ring, and into this ring he poured his cruelty, his malice and his will to dominate all living things.
One ring to rule them all.
One after another, the free lands of Middle-earth fell under the power of the Ring, but there were those who resisted. The last alliance of men and elves opposed the armies of Mordor and fought for the freedom of Middle-earth on the very slopes of Mount Doom. Victory was close, but the power of the ring could not be undone. It was at this moment, when all hope was gone, that Isildur, son of the king, took up his father’s sword.
Sauron, enemy of the free peoples of Middle-earth, is defeated. The Ring passed to Isildur, who had the only chance to destroy evil forever, but people’s hearts are easily corrupted. And the ring of power has its own will. He betrayed Isildur and he died.
And some things that shouldn’t have been forgotten were lost. The story has become legend. The legend has become a myth. And for two and a half thousand years, the ring disappeared from sight. Until, when the occasion approached, he lured another host into a trap.
It hit the creature Gollum, which took him deep into the tunnels of the Misty Mountains. And so it consumed him. The ring gave Gollum an unnaturally long life. For five hundred years it poisoned his mind and waited in the darkness of Gollum’s cave. Darkness has crept into the forests of the world again. There were rumors of a shadow in the East, whispers of nameless fear, and the Ring of Power knew its time had come. It abandoned Gollum, but then something happened that the Ring did not plan. He was picked up by the most incredible creature imaginable: the hobbit Bilbo Baggins of the Shire.
For the time will soon come when the hobbits will determine the fate of all.
Frodo: I can’t do that, Sam.
Sam: I know.
this is all wrong.
By the rules, we shouldn’t even be here.
But we are.
It’s like in the great fairy tales Mr. Frodo.
The ones that really mattered.
They were full of darkness and danger,
and sometimes you didn’t want to know the end.
Because how can the end be happy.
How could the world go back to the way it was when so many bad things happened.
But in the end, it’s just a passing thing, this shadow.
Even darkness must pass.
A new day will come.
And when the sun shines, it will shine brighter.
These were the stories that stayed with you.
It meant something.
Even if you were too young to understand why.
But I think, Mr. Frodo, I understand.
Now I know.
The people in these stories had many chances to turn back, but they didn’t.
Because they were holding on to something.
Frodo: What are we holding onto, Sam?
Sam: That there is something good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it’s worth fighting for.
Contributed by Richard
Sitting in solemn silence in a dark, dark pier, In a plague prison, with a life lock, Waiting for the sensation of a short, sharp, blow, From a cheap and gapped chopper on a big black deck! To sit in solemn silence in a deaf, dark pier, In a plague prison, with a lock for life, Waiting for the feeling of a short, sharp blow, From a cheap and chipped chopper on a large black deck! Dumb, dark, dock, life lock, Short, sharp, punch, big black block! To sit in solemn silence in a plague-ridden prison And wait for a sensation from a cheap and flimsy chopper on a big black chopping block!!
Memory is so tricky. In an instant you are lost in a carnival of pleasures, with the piercing scent of childhood, the flashing neon of puberty, all that sentimental cotton candy…
Then it takes you where you don’t want to go…
wet, ambiguous forms of things you hoped were forgotten.
Memories can be nasty, repulsive little creatures. Like children, I guess. HAHA.
But can we live without them? Memories are what our mind is based on. If we cannot resist them, we deny reason itself!
But why not? We are not contracted to rationality!
No sanity clause!
So when you find yourself stuck in an unpleasant stream of thoughts, heading to places in your past where screaming is unbearable, remember that there is always madness!
Madness is an emergency exit…
You can just go outside and close the door on all the terrible things that have happened. You can lock them up… FOREVER.
Goodbye and goodbye beautiful Spaniards.
Farewell and farewell ladies of Spain
Because we have been ordered to sail back to Boston.
And we’ll never see you again.”
Do I really look like a man with a plan, Harvey?
I don’t have a plan…
The mafia has plans. The cops have plans.
Do you know who I am, Harvey? I’m a car-chasing dog… I wouldn’t know what to do with her if I caught her.
I just do things. I’m just a key in the gears. I hate plans.
Yours, theirs, all. Maroni has plans. Gordon has plans.
Schemers are trying to control their worlds.
I am not a schemer. I show the schemers how pathetic their attempts to control the situation really are.
So when I say that there was nothing personal between you and your girlfriend, you know that I am telling the truth.
I just did what I do best. I took your plan and turned it on myself.
Look what I did to this city with some gas barrels and a couple of bullets.
No one panics when expected people are killed. No one panics when everything goes according to plan, even if the plan is terrible.
If I tell the press that tomorrow a bandit will be shot or a truck full of soldiers will be blown up, no one will panic. – because it’s all part of the plan.
But when I say that one old mayor will die, everyone loses their minds.
Introduce a little anarchy, you will break the established order and everything will turn into chaos.
I am an agent of chaos.
Do you know what chaos is, Harvey?
Hey ladies, look at your man, now back at me, now back at your man, now back at me. Unfortunately, he’s not me, but if he stopped using feminine shower gel and switched to Old Spice, he might smell like me. Look down, back, where are you? You’re on a boat with a man that your man might smell like. What’s in your hand, come back to me. I have an oyster with two tickets to what you love. Look again, the tickets are now diamonds. Everything is possible when your man smells like Old Spice and not like a lady. I’m on a horse.
I have witnessed their courage, and although we are as far apart as we are, there is more to them than meets the eye.