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By Rawrssa - / Sunday 13 March 2011 05:52 / United States
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By  FYLDeep  |  25

That's what I would think. Judging by my own allergies, reactions usually happen within an hour. 20 minutes is often long enough though. Unless she's been sucking jizz drops and got case of the herpilyderpilies.

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By  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

That really sucks OP but I am curious as to how you didn't notice that you were allergic to them by day two of sucking on them? I doubt it took a full week for any signs of an allergy to show.

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  FYLDeep  |  25

That's what I would think. Judging by my own allergies, reactions usually happen within an hour. 20 minutes is often long enough though. Unless she's been sucking jizz drops and got case of the herpilyderpilies.

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  cradle6  |  13

Not necessarily. Certain allergies and food intolerances can be days before symptoms occur. Its a reason people don't often associate their sickness with the food.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

I get what you are saying, but usually if you have an allergy that results in sore, or blisters the first signs show up within the first couple of hours. There isn't usually a several day delay because that reaction is generally a sign of a pretty severe allergy.

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  breakofdawn1  |  0

instead of liking cough drops you like huge long penis in your mouth. they make you feel more alive when your dad walks into your room and there are four guys all around you.

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  xdrenched  |  1

Could be a canker sore or a cold sore...your immune system is probably weak from being sick which is why the sores show up around then. Sores doesn't sound like an allergic reaction. But you can't tell though without getting them checked out in person!

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