Here I go incriminating myself again...
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Here I go incriminating myself again...
just alcohol really nowadays, used to be a total pothead at uni but pretty much gave it up as it started making me paranoid... (or maybe THEY really were trying to get me!!). Tried shrooms a couple of times.. very eye opening experience i would recommend everyone should try at least once
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Now Judge :p
Wait not heroin, just opium, and Vicodin, which is pretty much heroin in a pretty package...
But seriously don't do heroin.
Currently I'm watching my childhood friend die, while not answering his phone calls because he wants a ride to get heroin. He gave me my first guitar because I didn't have one but wanted to play when we were 9. Recently ish I gave him one because he didn't have one and I know he likes to play I thought I owed him that much but he pawned it for heroin ...
Please don't do heroin. :)
I would also like to add that while drugs/alcohol may not be for everyone they have been a semi-important part of my journey.
They have allowed me to explore consciousness and in enabling that, and instilling that interest have opened my heart to a more trans-personal self experience.
Last edited by ii V I; 07-30-2011 at 12:57 PM. Reason: had to add stuff
Yes, don't do heroin. Please. No personal experience myself with it was always scared of where it takes people -- especially my favorite artists.
I've done alcohol, weed, cocaine, LSD, shrooms. That's it. Today I only smoke weed. In the 70s we used to get thai stick which was weed dipped in opium supposedly. The last time I did that was at a party where a bunch of us ended up smoking it in an upstairs bedroom. Then at some point I went downstairs to get a beer, which was out on the back porch. As I approached the door, the girl I had a huge crush on was standing nearby, so I tried to act nonchalant as I reached for the sliding door handle. Then for some reason, my brain registered that the door was open so I walked face first smack into it, so hard that I fell down on the floor. My crush looked down at me with something between pity and disgust and asked me if I was ok. I wasn't because my heart was breaking. I'm sure I never had a chance with her to begin with, but at the time I thought I had blown it.
I like mushrooms, they are yummy. :) I don't even get what you mean by mushrooms. I thought it was a joke in the poll. :P Mushroom risotto is nice. I am not kidding. I have no drug experience, nor do I know how most people use them, hahaha! BTW, when does most people experience drugs, in high school or in college? I am assuming college/university. Honest inquiry, as I never experienced them myself. ^^ I was too much into my own world when I was very young, and never had (to my knowledge) friends that did drugs (at least, they never shared the fact with me.)
Psilocybin mushroom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some people consider them a less extreme alternative to LSD, but from my understanding they are two completely different trips.
Are cupcakes a drug? They should be, just too godamn delicious to be legal.
Seriously tho, don't do cupcakes, it'll mess you up man!
Shrooms for me were a body thing where my whole body pulsed and I saw waves and shit. The visuals seemed to be mostly slight distortions of things. They actually felt very organic and sometimes cartoon like. I felt emotionally intense also.
Acid seemed to affect mostly my mind. My body felt a little strange, but I mostly just had an intense feeling going through my head. Instead of emotional intensity, I feel thoughtful intensity as thoughts go through my head way quicker than normal and I start to make strange connections. The visuals are more choppy and computer like. Kind of hard to describe.
My drug of choice is music.