Happiness to all…
Prozactly, prozacted, prozactive, prozaction
Prozac is now in the dictionary, no more a slavish noun but a fully fledged adjective with rights of its own. According to the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, someone lively and excited may safely be described as ‘on Prozac’.
From an article entitled: Eternal Sunshine. The Guardian May 13th 2007
Prozac doesn’t care to remind you to take it.
I would like to part company with my crutch but fear what may happen if I do. I still take the drug knowing that I may do without it.
Just in case the sky falls in.
The sky outside of my apartment is blue, so blue it is almost untrue. The sea has the same unreal quality. It’s dotted with boats of all descriptions, all owned by rich wankers who think that this is their birthright. In fact, I have just moved from my comforting…
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