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can vicodin be a waston or percocet ## Watson Pharmaceuticals does manufacture generic versions of Vicodin containing Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone (also known as Hydrocodone/APAP). They also manufacture generic Percocet which contains Acetaminophen + Oxycodone (also known as Oxycodone/APAP). Do you have a specific pill with WATSON on it? If so what other numbers are on the pill? ## watson 385 ## To Kelly, a Watson 385 would be a generic version of Vicodin containing Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vicodin.
Wed, Jan 13 '10, 3:39 PM   3  RSS feed for thread 166248
I love vicodin
I love vicodin 7.5s and 10s. I take vicodin everyday no less than 5 at a time anywhere from 5 to 8 I don't take them all throuout the day I only take them in the evening and I love it. Watson 853, Watson 385, Watson 387, m360, m362, m358, ip110, ip118 , Watson 3203 v3594, v3601, Watson 540 are some of the best. It's a fairly expensive addiction as I buy in bulk supply but I manage to always have them, but my very favorite pill is yellow and has E712 on one side and 10/325 on the other it's not vicodin it's percocet, for those who don't know percocet is just like vicodin but stronger and more addictive. I only like vicodin and percocet, I don't like pills such as oxycontin, methadone, morphine etc. Those don't give me the feeling I like and they're more da... ...
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Sat, Feb 16 '13, 1:33 PM   5  RSS feed for thread 223134


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