NIDA for Teens: The Science Behind Drug Abuse
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YOU: Chill out. It's not my fault that Mario doesn't want you. Maybe if you were a better girlfriend, he wouldn't be coming to me in the first place. So, have some class, mind your business and leave us alone.

The Next Day

YOU: Oh, okay... I guess I'll just sit over there by myself today.

After Lunch

JENNIFER: Um, are you okay?

YOU: Ugh, Mario asked me out, and now Karla and all of our friends are mad at me. But SHE broke up with him, and it's not my fault that he likes me. She's so dramatic, I mean it's giving me a huge headache.

JENNIFER: Wow... That is kind of lame of you.

YOU: Yeah, but hey, I heard you had some, um, pills. Can I get some of those?

JENNIFER: Um, okay...

Sharing Prescription Drugs is never safe.

JENNIFER: Here you go.

Later That Day

YOU: Oh, man. (vomiting noises)

STUDENT: I think I'm gonna be sick. That's the most disgusting thing I've ever seen.

Vicodin can cause nausea and vomiting.

ANNOUNCER: When you take medicine, prescribed for you by your doctor and take it as directed, prescription drugs can help you. But misusing or abusing prescription drugs is dangerous and you never know what the effects could be.