“Do I get stress headaches at work? Yes, definitely. From the moment I get in, it’s “Denise we need this! Denise we need that!” Which is stressful… ‘cause my name is Linda. Denise is the other black woman that works here. By 10am, someone in the copy room makes a joke about Kobe Bryant, and everyone looks at me to make sure it’s ok. And I smile like it’s ok. But really, my head and neck are starting to throb. Then I spend the rest of my afternoon training my interns, and answering their questions, like, “Yes, black people use shampoo”, and, “No, I don’t know any good reggae clubs around here”, and, “Yes, Condoleezza Rice is very articulate, why do you sound so surprised?” And, “No, I can’t tell you where to buy weed!” And that’s when I reach for Excedrin.”
three snaps for truth
I’ll take 12,764,987 bottles, please.
“Do black people use shampoo”
That has got to be one of the most incredibly ridiculous things I have ever heard.
The other ones are pretty high up there too.
Seriously though Excedrin is some pretty amazing stuff. It still worked for me after I became immune to Advil, Aleve, Ibuprofen, and Tylenol.
It only took me another year to build up immunity to it too, but I was taking the full dosage every other day.
So, like, for normal people it should last awhile.