Paracelamol con 500

Is there a doctor in the blog? I want to ask: why when you are younger you drink more white wine, but when you are older you drink more paracetamol?. Can it be used as a less corny metaphor than the metaphor of the summer and winter of your life? Like, in the summer you drink wine and in the winter you drink paracetamol, therefore youth is wine and old is…And why after drinking wine you get more chances to use a condom but after drinking paracetamol you only get chances to use more paracetamol? And why condoms and paracetamol come packed in the same shape? And why when you get older you find yourself keeping paracetamol into your wallet instead of  keeping a condom? Or is it just the winter time? Am I snowballing with this? Sure, I am snowballing, that must be winter time. Ok. Stop. Just another finding I did: in Spanish, if you change a “t” for an “l” you get “Paracelamol 500”, which sounds like  “To make love with 500” said all together with an slang accent. Weird.

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