Queer-y of the Day on Drugs

I had some old meds I needed to dispose of.  I used to be able to take them to the pharmacy, which is much safer than flushing them down the toilet so as to hop up all our microbes and disposable sewer alligators on pain meds and outdated antibiotics.

Apparently, now we are supposed to take them to the local Sheriff’ station.  So there are three bins right by the front entrance.  One is for prescription drugs; one is for possibly infectious materials, like needles; and one is marked “Illegal Drugs.”

Question:  What kind of person walks up to a well-populated Sheriff station and deposits illegal drugs in a metal can?  🙂

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34 Responses to Queer-y of the Day on Drugs

  1. m5son says:

    That is hysterical!
    Answer……someone who is high on illegal drugs.

  2. Christine says:

    Look at it this way: you’d only toss your cocaine if you were truly repenting of the habit and never going to touch the stuff again, right? So the police will know who NOT to arrest. 🙂

    Either that or the bins are for things like ritalin, commonly prescribed for children but a common illegal street drug.

  3. SR says:

    Oh everybody does don’t you know that Lilly? The signs of the times:>)) This is how I dispose of mine. I put them in a bowl of water and let them disolve. Then I take a baggie and put them in it and through them away. But inside of the baggie I also put a whole lot of other garbage. I figure if someone wants them that bad go for it. Things like coffe grounds, raw outdated eggs, raw meat, I scope dog poop daily and if I have some meds to get rid of I dissolve them and in the dog poop bag they go Like I said, if they want them that bad, go for it!! Just some suggestions. God Bless, SR

  4. pattisj says:

    LOL It would be interesting to know if anything goes into that can.

  5. melodylowes says:

    Ha ha! So does that mean YOURS were legal then? 🙂

  6. Excuse me officer, I was just walking down the street and I found this bag of crack quite by accident. I assure you it was not mine…. LOL

  7. selah says:

    shaking my head at how weird things are getting.

  8. The same person who would break into said bin to retrieve drugs…

  9. dorannrule says:

    Another one of life’s little mysteries….. 🙂

  10. Lindy Lee says:

    Oh! my dear Apronhead, don’t know whether to laugh or cry at this one but I do “Like” it; good, better, best, as always…

  11. randallslack says:

    I guess it’s the Sheriff’s way of “weeding” out the stupid? (pun intended) 🙂

  12. Judy says:

    We’ve done this~per instructions in a disposal program brochure. Dissolve old meds in water, add kitty litter…enough to make it thick and dry-ish. Put in bag and place in trash. Since we’ve never had a cat, you should have seen us trying to decide what kind of kitty litter to buy! 😉

  13. Ah, I think you should set up a camera, a CCTV, somewhere near those bins to know. Or, maybe you could ask to view the cctv of the police station – you would know what kinds of persons admit to their deeds, hahaha. Hello, Ms. Lily… 😉

  14. Probably the person with the same mentality who walks up to the Fire Station and gives away a newborn baby.

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