Are you quite certain that you weren't having a nip before your last post?<quoted text>Not if the "Queen" gets off it's life giving meds. I'm going to go and have a beer, you have fun cruising for pre-teens.
"It's" is a contraction if "it is" or "it has". Let's replace "it's" in your sentence to see how that works-
Not if the "Queen" gets off it is....
As you can plainly see, that doesn't work.
Instead, you might consider using "her", as in:
Not if the "Queen" gets off her...
Don't you feel that works much better?
Now, regarding those meds, I do have to medicate prior to dental work due to a heart murmur. However, those are the only meds I ever take. Therefore, I'm not sure what you're (oh look, another contraction!) referring to.
I'll be signing off to have a martini now. I hope that it's (it + is) delicious!!!
You're (another contraction!) welcome.