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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I don't know about mbti type but I find it hard to find an E 9w8(sw1w9) that doesn't smoke pot.
    Is that the most hippy Enneagram type? The peacemaker?
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    Your all dorks lol, Jk.. Not really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poimandres View Post
    Clearly ISTP is the least likely type to smoke pot!
    Haha, that is definitely false.

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    I think the most likely type to smoke pot on a very regular basis are people with anxiety issues. Generalization, but there it is.



    I neither demonize nor glorify the herb - I have found it to be generally pleasant and stimulating. I think that being in an altered state can provide respite that gives you real insight into your emotions that you might not have noticed otherwise. I don't buy into it being a 'higher' state, but it is a different one and I really do feel I'm a better person from the experiences. I don't smoke large amounts - and I don't get sleepy or lazy from it.

    I wouldn't really want to smoke more than a few times in a month, but in practice I haven't smoked in a year or more.
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    Well I'm all about the Canabis and I know quite a few SP/NFs that like to indulge as well. I don't see a particular coloration with INfJs smoking pot but then again I consider myself a real INFJ so there is much to wonder here. Most of my SP friends smoke and are all rather laid back, well established people. For me there is no question, Canabis is in general has way less adverse effects on people than alcohol does. This being said anything is bad taken out of moderation. Still i can't help but chuckle when i think about all the biases that Canabis carries, and yet alcohol continues to be sold under the federal government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_priori View Post
    For me there is no question, Canabis is in general has way less adverse effects on people than alcohol does. This being said anything is bad taken out of moderation. Still i can't help but chuckle when i think about all the biases that Canabis carries, and yet alcohol continues to be sold under the federal government.
    I don't use either but I agree that it's kinda nuts to stigmatize (and penalize) the use of one and not the other.
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    I know right, maybe they should start making fast food places like McDonalds illegal cause that stuff.. is bad for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_priori View Post
    For me there is no question, Canabis is in general has way less adverse effects on people than alcohol does. This being said anything is bad taken out of moderation. Still i can't help but chuckle when i think about all the biases that Canabis carries, and yet alcohol continues to be sold under the federal government.
    Yeah, not to mention that smoking cigars/cigarettes can really damage you as well and yet you can buy them once you turn 18. And it's still legal for you to smoke them even if you're under 18!

    And to the OP, Previous posts have said it could be an FP/NP thing, when I haven't smoked it once in my life. Believe me, I've had plenty of offers. I just can't take them for personal reasons. Although people always take that the wrong way, think that I'm against people smoking it in general, and then try to debate me on it. And then they don't understand me when I say I'm okay with other people doing it, it's just not something I want to do myself.
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    I think that has more to do with political views than personality type I suppose, but if I had to take a guess I'd go for ISFP.

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