OKOK??? anyone know

Discussion in 'LSD - Acid Trips' started by Hazard, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. Hazard

    Hazard Member

    ok so last night heres the deal going home at like 11 30 at night from smoking a blunt decided to drop a stamp to trip the rest of the night but i was high so i poped it then like 40min later munched out then got home and stayed up till around 2 or 3 and gave up on it was it the food that cancled the effect? or has it just not digested yet and it can kick in anytime ? or what this is the second time a stamp goes dud from two different dealers
     
  2. If you eat drugs, you're supposed to get high. Hope this helps.
     
  3. PharmaPhunk

    PharmaPhunk Banned

    lmao, this is all you need to know.
     
  4. elover

    elover ritz with cheese

    If you're going to ask a question. At least type a legible paragraph...

    Also it sounds like a dud hit.
     
  5. maybe it was just really weak, and the effects were obviously present when he typed the paragraph, but just discounted it as being really high. sometimes really really weak blotter will just feel like a stone a bit..
     
  6. elover

    elover ritz with cheese

    Don't give him that much credit...
     
  7. Peter Popper

    Peter Popper Tripper

    was it a 40cent stamp?
     
  8. elover

    elover ritz with cheese

    loloololololololol0l, are stamps that much? I ask that like they're a lot, I have never bought a stamp before.
     
  9. Alaxsxa

    Alaxsxa Member

    41 cents now.
     
  10. StonerBill

    StonerBill Learn

    why the hell would you use a stamp???? thats a huge bit of paper.

    if youre worried about the food killin the drug, just leave it in your mouth for ages
     
  11. elover

    elover ritz with cheese

    He was making a joke, about my post telling someone not to give someone else that much credit...
     
  12. I recommend not leaving food in your mouth for ages. It just doesn't seem safe, and unless you swallow it, it won't really be able to provide nourishment.
     

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