Hardest drug I'd ever do? That's a difficult question for me, because I've done a plethora of drugs in my lifetime and I'm still pretty young. Out of everything, I'd say I wouldn't do a hard drug again. The only thing that is even relatively safe, I think, is marijuana. Everything else gives terrible side effects, but for me they didn't start until long after I stopped the drug. Of course, I don't know which drug caused what in the first place. Shit, I'm high right now, even. It isn't cool.
I don't barely even post on these forums anymore, but I feel the need to say this....just be careful what you do with your spare time. Weed can occupy a lot of it, and then all of a sudden, weed IS your spare time. Not for everyone, but for me, weed was a gateway drug. Nobody ever wants to admit that weed CAN be a gateway drug, but it's true. Without weed, I wouldn't even know what getting high is. Now, I've stopped everything besides weed, and thats my next goal, but it wasn't easy. I don't mean to intrude on the way others live their lives, especially on a goddamn internet forum, but at least think about what I'm saying here...because all this time later. I know deep down, drugs, getting high, even weed, isn't cool. I want to break away but after years it becomes a lifestyle, and truth be told the friends you make during a time of usage are usually great friends with terrible motives.
This surely isn't true for everyone, and I have a lot of respect for people who have smoked weed and still ONLY smoke weed. But it isn't that easy.....or it wasn't for me. Just think about it, that's the only point to this entire post. Don't be me, watching your future walk away in front of your very eyes....because it's happened to me, and all of my friends who started out just smoking weed, innocently and not knowing the possible consequences. We all sit talking about this, years later, wanting to change things, needing to change things, not knowing HOW to change things. That's not what weed transitions to for everyone, but this has happened to me and my peer group, and a lot of the same groups around me, only they don't realize it yet. If you see yourself heading down the same road, be the person who realizes it, before it's too late. Trust me, if you ARE headed down this road, the temporary pleasure doesn't outweigh the permanent consequences. Peace out, guys. Be safe.