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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    The conservative Christians often tie me up in the city square and stone me for a span of 2 weeks, during which I can contemplate over my heathen ways. Can't say I enjoy it too much. Some day, I'll gather a massive amount of stones and get them all back for all they've done.
    Conservative christians are some of the biggest reef worshipers on the planet. So they are among that group being stoned. They just don't want it legallized because they know less people will use it.

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    If I believed in Hell I'd be super stressed out, too. They just need something to take the edge off.

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    Smoked for 3 years daily and still picking up the pieces so in short : dont do it if you feel that you will become wiser or it will enhance your life, because it wont work
    out of such a mindset and you will always end up at square one when the veil goes up.

    Thats my expierence and thought about it tho i still do it occusianly(?) i have to admit. But i know i have to stop when i get the shakes and i feel like i am a 5 year old in the company of strong strangers - i.. i... need some sugggah ! while trembling like a little girl. So no go for me.

    I do love opiates and benzo's though, so much for straight with myself :P

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    I just stopped using weed after using it for a few months. But my ESFP neighbor is constantly forcing me to take hits here and there, which I sometimes accept..

    I haven't ever been drunk, though. Alcohol seems a bit more Hedonistic to me.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Here in Abu Dhabi, there's this kind of tobacco called "Dokha" and you buy it in these little bottles with differing degrees of strength depending on how much you pay, (i.e. if you pay 10 dhs you'll get a shitty 10 second buzz as opposed to paying 40+ and getting anywhere from a good buzz to an amazing 10 minute mind-splitter); and you smoke it through a small pipe called a Medwakh. It works pretty much the same way as pot, but I'm not sure if it's legal in the States. It should be though cause its only tobacco :S Look it up. Dokha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Also there's Shisha of course, which some of you gringos might know as Hookah, which is just the dumbass ignorant-American way of saying it.

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    Nope, never done any drugs outside of alcohol - not even weed. It's just not my thing at all - I don't see a point to it, I don't want that feeling of loss of control, and I don't trust myself enough not to get addicted to one of the substances. Oh, also, I've always wanted my reason for happiness/enlightenment/whatever to be due to myself and what I do, not as the result of a substance.

    Edit: I did try shisha out of curiosity a few times; guess that would be considered a drug. Oh, and in college I smoked a couple of cigarettes when drunk. ha! I am such a badass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metaphours View Post
    Also there's Shisha of course, which some of you gringos might know as Hookah, which is just the dumbass ignorant-American way of saying it.
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    I had a friend who bought morning glory seeds from a local hardware store and wanted me to eat them with him. I didn't, because any shaky offer from an ISTP can't be too good.

    I guess they induce slight LSD-like effects on you, he said it was LSA. The chemicals used to preserve the seeds made him sick and he threw up that night. The next morning he called me and told me he couldn't configure his hands and legs with his brain, and didn't have any gait control. But he was fine, just messed up and freaked out.

    Moral to the story, kids..don't take anything you're not sure of!
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    I've never been, so I have no idea. I'm crazy enough as it is.
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