At 3/20/13 10:47 PM, HollowedPumkinz wrote:
I honestly want to know. Sell me on drugs, any kind of drugs, like pot and LSD and all that good shit. What does it do for you? Why do you do it? Does the price of doing it justify the effects?
If you can be responsible and do it without forming a habit, then it's fine, depending on what drug. There are some that I don't think you should ever try even once, some that you should only do very rarely, and some that are okay to do on a somewhat regular basis, but within reason. That's just my opinion. For example, I don't think you should ever go near crack or heroin.
There's nothing in it that appeals to me as far as I know
That's fine. Drugs aren't for everybody. If you're not interested, you're not interested.
Which is why I'm curious, if you do drugs, why do you do drugs?
because it's enjoyable. I don't know what else to tell you.
What does it offer you that is better than sobriety
I wouldn't say it's better or worse than sobriety. It's just a pleasurable activity.
to what extent do these effects prove superior to say, drunkenness?
Alcohol is physically addictive and far more dangerous than cannabis. And cannabis is even safer if you vaporize it.
I haven't smoked pot in several months, but I've enjoyed many times. It occasionally makes me paranoid, but only because it's illegal. If recreation marijuana were legalized, I'd probably be more at ease when smoking or vaporizing it. And I'd like to try psilocybin at some point as long as I can have a trustworthy person keep an eye on me while they stay sober. And I've thought about dextromethorphan, but I'm not sure about it. Other than that, I don't think there's anything I'd be comfortable trying, but I don't judge.