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You’re In My Parking Spot…! Or What Drugs Do In Our Body.

The aim of a good drug is to occupy a “parking spot” that would otherwise be triggered to do the wrong thing.

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Ever faced a situation where you had a reserved parking spot for you, but some inconsiderate bum decided to park their car there even though it said in big bright letters “RESERVED”?




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