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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:58 pm 
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Apparently you are not supposed to place films on top of each other, and you're not supposed to let them touch at all. I can't find ANY information on WHY this is the case. I can't fathom any reason for it to be a problem, and I would really like to be able to lay them on top of each other or fold them over. I don't want to end up wasting it, and it's hard to tell if it's losing effectiveness since it doesn't get you high at all.

Can anyone tell me what the problem is with this?


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Hi fanSUBbed. I see you're a new member, so welcome. About the films, if you've ever tried folding them over or putting them on top of each other or even in a "bad" spot in your mouth you'll see that they get stuck together and I think they end up having a problem dissolving. I know some people have trouble even getting them under their tongue with the right placement. Personally, I didn't like the film so I'm back on the tablets, so I can't speak to the issue. There are plenty of other people around here though that are on the films. I'm sure they will chime in and give you some of their words of wisdom.

Again, welcome. We're glad you found the forum and hope you stick around.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:57 pm 
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Let me also WELCOME to this forum, fold in half and make a hard crease, then pull apart... The film pulls in half perfectly, just make sure your hands are real dry..... I can easily pull or break a film into 8 equal parts, Mike


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