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By  KeXu

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#1 and #27 - "Love, the kind you clean up with a mop and bucket Like the lost catacombs of Egypt Only God knows where we stuck it Hieroglyphics Let me be specific I wanna be down in your south seas But I got this notion that the motion of your ocean Means small craft advisory So if I capsize on your thighs, high tide B 5, you sunk my battleship Please turn me on I’m Mr.Cofee with an automatic drip" - Bloodhound Gang's "Bad Touch" (circa 1999).

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Yeah, and those pills you mentioned don't work on people with extremely sensitive inner ears. I can't ever go on a boat, big or small. I can't even swing without getting sick. It sucks! I feel OP's pain.

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14 - I'm the same way, and I've found that the patches that go behind your ear work well for me. No idea why, but even the prescription pills don't work for me. I even get motion sickness while driving.

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This doesn't have to do with the ears only. It could be olfactory and autoimmune. So whether or not you take medication, you still have a high chance of feeling "seasick".

Yeah, yeah blame it on the seasickness... Anyways, damn OP that sucks but as other already said, you could have gotten pills. Perhaps they even had them on board. But I doubt that'll make you feel better.

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