Ambien is the Nectar of the Gods

Loyal WVFF commenter, Sukatra, referred to Ambien as the “Nectar of the Gods.” We agree. We’re reminded of this video, which I wanted to embed via Revver (as opposed to the YouTube version) just because I feel like it. And Google found it first. But alas WordPress thinks it’s better than Revver.

I did this in 2006, and I think I scored the song for the video. And then later used the song for Viral Video Genius (because I was in too much of a hurry to score the latter).

15 Replies to “Ambien is the Nectar of the Gods”

  1. I remember that video. That was when I first thought Ambien may be in my future. Anybody know how it mixes with Prozac? Because that is MY nectar of the gods. I would be at a loss without my Prozac. And I would have killed my husband by now, so I’d probably be in jail. So, yeah, can’t give up my Prozac.

  2. Both Ambien and Prozac are available as generics, in case anyone wanted to know.

    Never mind how I know this.

  3. I use the generic Prozac (Fluoxetine), so I knew that. Didn’t know about the Ambien. It’s generic name is Zolpidem. God, I love Google.

  4. *slaps Marilyn upside the head* There shouldn’t be an apostrophe in its!

    I’m very, very disappointed in U.

  5. You are absolutely correct! I am so ashamed! I am the one who usually corrects people for that error! I must go hang my head in shame. 🙁

  6. I’m sorry, it was really not such a big deal. You probably just had taken your Ambien already. Honestly, it was an error soon forgotten. In the morning, no one will care. At least, I won’t.

  7. Getting back to Nalts – I like this video, but the “grown man drinking from baby bottle” is getting a little cliche. Could you give that one a rest for a couple years?

  8. Marilyn and All:

    Some people using Ambien–especially those taking serotonin-boosting antidepressants–have experienced unusual changes in their thinking and/or behavior. Alert your doctor if you notice a change. Serotinin-boosting antidepressants include paxil, prozac, and zoloft.


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