Vicodin 10

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I have 94 teal pills and I dont know if they are vicodin they look like them but they dnt have letters or numbers on them just the line in the middle



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Holly Says:

Are you sure they aren't xanax? I take xanax and they are usually light blue but the last order I got was teal. That is for the 1 mg.

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