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Cynadar Candidate | joined 11 November 2004 | 33 posts

Now listening to... posted 15 May 2005 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by Cynadar, Candidate

Nine Inch Nails -- With Teeth

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First Word that Comes to Mind posted 15 May 2005 in Off-Topic DiscussionFirst Word that Comes to Mind by Cynadar, Candidate

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Drugs posted 08 August 2006 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by Cynadar, Candidate

The first time I smoked pot (it was actually the second time, but it was the first time I was put into an altered state of mind), I was at home with my brother and I didn't really get "high." It was a horrible attack of paranoia! I couldn't sleep at all that night. But, I've never had a similar experience.

But the next time I smoked, it was an amazing experience. It was right around the time the new tool album came out (10, 000 days), so I was listening to that CD (yeah, I know that was only like 2-3 months ago...). The song "The Pot" was crazy awesome! Every song on that CD was amazing, and I had a whole new insight into the filler tracks the put on there as well as the regular songs.

Anyway, it really just depends on your surroudings. Because, when we used to get high at home, it usually wasn't as fun. And music is usually very important to me when I get blazed. Bad music doesn't really change the high that much, but good music can make the high so much better.

Another random thought: one time, I got really baked while I was working on some huge essay for school. I was able to work on the essay just fine, and I had some amazing insight as well (I looked back on it when I was sober and was amazed at how well my research had been that night). The only thing that really hindered my work was extreme euphoria. I became so happy and felt so amazing, that I had to set the books down for a minute to sit and enjoy the feeling (which only last a few minutes anyway).

I'm going to stop rambling about different experiences now. My final point is: using drugs is really affected by your surroundings and mood and can change based on either. view post


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