I like shrooms, haven't done them in years though. Mostly smoke pot, don't do much anything else besides that and drink, and the occasional adderall these days. I'm a pretty average person when it comes to drug use.
I don't do drugs anymore, but I'd have to say that cocaine was my favorite.
"When a resolute young fellow steps up the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find that it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
I have always wondered what it was like, but I am afraid to try it. Might like it too much and never come back to reality so I would never try.. What were your thoughts on it??
On which one?
LSD:It basically feels like being born. Over our lives, we hear the sounds of footsteps, the inflections of voice...we see the effects of shadows and light and let new thoughts flitter about in our head and then leave as if they had never existed without us even raising an eyebrow. But when we were first born, all of this stuff was incredible. We just went from *nothingness* to a whole lot of somethingness in zero seconds flat. So it's kind of like that. Opening your brain up wide to REALLY experience things as if its the first time. It can be unnerving, but if you're among friends in a safe place, I don't really think it's anything to worry about.
Dmt:It's almost not worth wasting words on this one. It's like loading the entire universe into a cannon and firing it at your brain. For 5-10 minutes, you actually *exist* in a place that is so amazing that a sober mind cannot fathom it. The only downside to this drug is that it ends.
Ketamine: Dissociatives have always been my favorite kind of drug. I like being able to see the world with an objective eye. And ketamine does just that. In fact, if you take enough to go into a "K-hole" (which some people enjoy and some people don't) the experience becomes nearly painful in neutrality. You think INTP's are objective?
Anyway, Fear is never a good excuse to hold yourself back from awesome experiences. Skydive. Scubadive. Muffdive - it doesn't matter.
An even worse excuse would be obeying others. Great men don't obey. But of course, responsibility is the most important thing, imo.
An inscription above the gate to Hell:
"Eternal Love also created me"