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Question: What drugs have you done?
Weed,hash
LSD,NBome
MDMA (X)
meth crack >.<
Cocaine
Not prescribed Prescriptions
ERRR THING
None
Coffee
OTHER (plz suggest)
DMT
Shrooms
Nicotine
ALCHOL
Salvia
Herion
MPDV
ENERGY DRINK
Bro Im fried.
Triple C's

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October 30, 2013, 08:43:54 PM
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lol at the crypto crack heads
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October 31, 2013, 02:21:20 AM
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Not prescribed prescriptions aka "hillbilly heroin." It's uncanny how many people show up to the ER with "back pain."
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October 31, 2013, 02:24:00 AM
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You may only select up to 7 options.

well then... I can't be honest...

all clean now, cept for beer, but still, more than 7 historically...

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October 31, 2013, 10:00:22 PM
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if i am watching this vote than i used 5-10 drugs all the time caffe, alchohol, cigarrs ... etc

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October 31, 2013, 10:13:18 PM
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Please note that a poll is never fully anonymous. The admin as well as hacker can see what you voted.

I am also a terrorist.

I was kidding FBI please don't come to arrest me. I promise I pay my taxes and I am not a Communist.

Believe me bro, in our country someone told his dad trough whatsapp that he had his own fireworkbomb for the next soccer game (it was a practical joke if you have read the whole conversation) and within 30 minutes 4 cops were at his door loaded to pick him up.
http://nieuws.thepostonline.nl/2013/10/09/privacy-2013-politie-aan-de-deur-na-whatsapp-bericht/

So i know you are kidding, but don't think that others seeing it as a joke haha

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October 31, 2013, 10:15:04 PM
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Please note that a poll is never fully anonymous. The admin as well as hacker can see what you voted.

I am also a terrorist.

I was kidding FBI please don't come to arrest me. I promise I pay my taxes and I am not a Communist.

Believe me bro, in our country someone told his dad trough whatsapp that he had his own fireworkbomb for the next soccer game (it was a practical joke if you have read the whole conversation) and within 30 minutes 4 cops were at his door loaded to pick him up.
http://nieuws.thepostonline.nl/2013/10/09/privacy-2013-politie-aan-de-deur-na-whatsapp-bericht/

So i know you are kidding, but don't think that others seeing it as a joke haha

lool they are fast, didn know that whatsapp is unreliable

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November 01, 2013, 12:02:36 AM
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Alcohol is a drug and a bad one.

LSD and DMT are too different to be on the same. The same for Meth and Crack.
You should put : Meth/amphetamine, Crack/cocaine, Coffee/Caffeine (tea is caffeine), MDMA/ecstasy, antidepressant.

Add Salvia, Mushroom, opioid/morphine/heroin (same family), Ketamine (of course), maybe 2C/2C-B, Valium/Diazepam, Viagra, well I don't know how many can you put...

EDIT : basically most medications are drugs.
ALL medications are drugs, lol. Medications are a type of drug along with illegal ones.
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November 01, 2013, 05:50:21 AM
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Shrooms is the shit:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybin#Mystical_experiences
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A group of researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine led by Griffiths conducted a study to assess the immediate and long-term psychological effects of the psilocybin experience, using a modified version of the mystical experience questionnaire and a rigorous double-blind procedure.[141] When asked in an interview about the similarity of his work with Leary's, Griffiths explained the difference: "We are conducting rigorous, systematic research with psilocybin under carefully monitored conditions, a route which Dr. Leary abandoned in the early 1960s."[142] The National Institute of Drug Abuse-funded study, published in 2006, has been praised by experts for the soundness of its experimental design.[nb 6] In the experiment, 36 volunteers without prior experience with hallucinogens were given psilocybin and methylphenidate (Ritalin) in separate sessions; the methylphenidate sessions served as a control and psychoactive placebo. The degree of mystical experience was measured using a questionnaire developed by Ralph W. Hood;[143] 61% of subjects reported a "complete mystical experience" after their psilocybin session, while only 13% reported such an outcome after their experience with methylphenidate. Two months after taking psilocybin, 79% of the participants reported moderately to greatly increased life satisfaction and sense of well-being. About 36% of participants also had a strong to extreme "experience of fear" or dysphoria (i.e., a "bad trip") at some point during the psilocybin session (which was not reported by any subject during the methylphenidate session); about one-third of these (13% of the total) reported that this dysphoria dominated the entire session. These negative effects were reported to be easily managed by the researchers and did not have a lasting negative effect on the subject's sense of well-being.[144]
A follow-up study conducted 14 months after the original psilocybin session confirmed that participants continued to attribute deep personal meaning to the experience. Almost one-third of the subjects reported that the experience was the single most meaningful or spiritually significant event of their lives, and over two-thirds reported it among their five most spiritually significant events. About two-thirds indicated that the experience increased their sense of well-being or life satisfaction.[136] Even after 14 months, those who reported mystical experiences scored on average 4 percentage points higher on the personality trait of Openness/Intellect; personality traits are normally stable across the lifespan for adults. Similarly, in a recent (2010) web-based questionnaire study designed to investigate user perceptions of the benefits and harms of hallucinogenic drug use, 60% of the 503 psilocybin users reported that their use of psilocybin had a long-term positive impact on their sense of well-being.[45][124]
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November 01, 2013, 07:46:22 AM
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Shrooms is the shit:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybin#Mystical_experiences
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A group of researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine led by Griffiths conducted a study to assess the immediate and long-term psychological effects of the psilocybin experience, using a modified version of the mystical experience questionnaire and a rigorous double-blind procedure.[141] When asked in an interview about the similarity of his work with Leary's, Griffiths explained the difference: "We are conducting rigorous, systematic research with psilocybin under carefully monitored conditions, a route which Dr. Leary abandoned in the early 1960s."[142] The National Institute of Drug Abuse-funded study, published in 2006, has been praised by experts for the soundness of its experimental design.[nb 6] In the experiment, 36 volunteers without prior experience with hallucinogens were given psilocybin and methylphenidate (Ritalin) in separate sessions; the methylphenidate sessions served as a control and psychoactive placebo. The degree of mystical experience was measured using a questionnaire developed by Ralph W. Hood;[143] 61% of subjects reported a "complete mystical experience" after their psilocybin session, while only 13% reported such an outcome after their experience with methylphenidate. Two months after taking psilocybin, 79% of the participants reported moderately to greatly increased life satisfaction and sense of well-being. About 36% of participants also had a strong to extreme "experience of fear" or dysphoria (i.e., a "bad trip") at some point during the psilocybin session (which was not reported by any subject during the methylphenidate session); about one-third of these (13% of the total) reported that this dysphoria dominated the entire session. These negative effects were reported to be easily managed by the researchers and did not have a lasting negative effect on the subject's sense of well-being.[144]
A follow-up study conducted 14 months after the original psilocybin session confirmed that participants continued to attribute deep personal meaning to the experience. Almost one-third of the subjects reported that the experience was the single most meaningful or spiritually significant event of their lives, and over two-thirds reported it among their five most spiritually significant events. About two-thirds indicated that the experience increased their sense of well-being or life satisfaction.[136] Even after 14 months, those who reported mystical experiences scored on average 4 percentage points higher on the personality trait of Openness/Intellect; personality traits are normally stable across the lifespan for adults. Similarly, in a recent (2010) web-based questionnaire study designed to investigate user perceptions of the benefits and harms of hallucinogenic drug use, 60% of the 503 psilocybin users reported that their use of psilocybin had a long-term positive impact on their sense of well-being.[45][124]


didnt tryed shroms yet :O so i cant tell that

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November 01, 2013, 09:46:42 AM
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Bitcointalk can be a drug.... Its addicting...

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November 01, 2013, 09:54:01 AM
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Bitcointalk can be a drug.... Its addicting...


i aggre, i am addicted to MHS's

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