Discussion in 'Cannabis and Marijuana' started by jakesanders, Aug 22, 2005.
if someone has been smoking all summer and has a bloodtest in a week, is there any hope to pass?
maybe if you had 2 weeks but 1 is not gonna cut it
its not a drug test, its for mono, but i have a feeling my parents may ask for it to be tested anyway....
Then the doctors would have to ask you your permission first. They gotta tell you what tests they are running, and you as a human being have the right to refuse a drug test.
Otherwise their license to practice medicine goes bye-bye.
The best bet in this cirumstance is to go on the offensive, whip yourself into a furry of self indignation.
if your parents (or whoevers parents) ask why you don't want a drug test, say it is simply because you are offended by the idea that they distrust you enough to require one, and they should know you would never do it.
it should work, and get them feelin' a tad guilty...
^haha nice. but my parents would still give me the test, and i'd fail... haha
Mono? Whats mono?
Jake, when you go in to get the test, ask your doctor what they test for. If he/she tells you it tests for drugs, tell him you refuse to take it. If he says it doesn't test for drugs, yet the next day your parents barge into your room with a failed drug test paper in there hands, the doctors license to practice medicine gets revoked. I think lieing to your patient is a pretty dangerious thing to do.
^indeed it is...
diuretics. drink some every day and piss like mad. when u are in the bathroom, dont start pissing or stop pissing into the cup...those are times when toxins are highest. start, stick the cup under after a couple of seconds, and then pull it away and finish pissing.
and when u come out, slap the piss cup onto the counter and say "first rounds on me, ladies". it wont help you pass but you'll get a chuckle.
but god no chance ur passing lol.
errr.... aren't we talking about a bloodtest here, not a piss test?
^I didn't feel the need to point that out to him, but yes, we're talkin about a blood test.
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