Jaded, you come demanding that I introduce some novel thing to you. Silly boys, you should know that any spectacle would merely pall as passing time imprints upon your memory the small details, to never be lost again.

Again your peevish importuning. Very well. So memory is the problem. Don't deny it. It lurks behind the restless urge for more. The solution, then, presents little problem. Drink this.

Bitter? Don't worry; memory quickly passes. Dizzy? Surely you wouldn't expect wholesale cell structure modification without effects of some description? Betrayed? No. Novelty you wanted; you will acquire it. Seconds passing, your memory of them fading.

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