Likes to draw Wants to make a manga
^ games, books, reviews, blogs
^ Likes K-ON and boobs and stuff
EDIT: Although it's for the wrong person, I must now forever live and agree with this choice.
Is a victim of a ninja post Another Sony fanboy
BTW @DarkChaplain, it is no secret. IBG can like her girly stuffs too, mmkay?
^ From what I can collect :
- Plays World of Warcraft?
- Live in the US
- Has a Samsung Galaxy Note
- Is a good girl
- Gives out chastity belts sometimes
Enjoy's busty loli's.
Hate's dark colored nipples. Pink all the way.
Is on his way to recording the many tales of his adventures such as his origins of becoming a rapist.
Lord Commissar E-Book Enthusiast Is really REALLY into Warhammer 40000 And really really REALLY likes video games. LOVES TO PINCH
^Is a swine, but a decent one.
Always seems excited when I log onto chat, though I almost never say anything.
Has fuckin' awesome gravatars.
10/10 would bang.
Biggest yaoi fan on CL Nuff Said
Is Chris. Lives in OC. ...Vietnamese. Is in love with Justin. Major faggot. Has the ugliest phone ever.
Kosuke is... My other half. Loves BL. Dies a lot.
Maudia is MAGIC The First Shrine Maiden Persona fan
^Older than Moses Uses Skype on a PSP Is secretly a member of the Illuminati.
^ Has a shrine, complete with shrine maidens,
Also like pringles...I think
Loki likes to wew
and doesn't like me
s'all i got
Hates a whole bunch of people Draws cool pictures Streams random ass shark movies that make me laugh a whole bunch
DC is a tsun type. yes. he is secretly in love with Dec
edit: yes I've edited the post 3 times.
What is ecstasy?
Ecstasy (also known by its chemical name, MDMA) is often seen as the original designer drug because of its high profile links to dance music culture in the late 80s and early 90s. Clubbers took ecstasy to feel energised, happy, to stay awake and to dance for hours. The effects take about half an hour to kick in and tend to last between 3 to 6 hours, followed by a gradual comedown.
The main effects and risks of ecstasy include:
An energy buzz that makes people feel alert, alive, in tune with their surroundings, and with sounds and colours often experienced as more intense. Users often develop temporary feelings of love and affection for the people they're with and for the strangers around them. Short-term risks of ecstasy can include feeling anxious or getting panic attacks, and developing confused episodes, paranoia or even psychosis. Some people have been known to take another ‘E’ when they haven't yet felt the expected ‘high’ of their first ‘E’. The danger then is that both Es kick in at once and you’ve got a double dose of effects to deal with. A big problem with ecstasy is that it’s rarely pure. You can’t be sure what’s in it and you can’t predict how you’ll react. Sometimes, there is no MDMA at all. Though a recent study found that in some parts of the country the amount of MDMA in ecstasy was increasing.
What does ecstasy look like?
Pure ecstasy is a powder made of white crystals, known to chemists as MDMA. Ecstasy is usually sold on the street as tablets, although it's getting more common to see it sold as powder and called by its chemical name, MDMA, or 'crystal'.
Ecstasy pills come in all sorts of colours and some of them have designs or logos stamped into them.
Some dealers pass off new man-made drugs like PMA and 4-MTA and ‘legal highs’ as E’s.
Their effects can be very different or they may take longer to kick in with a risk of the user ‘double-dosing’ to get the buzz they’re looking for (risking double the side effects).
How do people take ecstasy?
Ecstasy pills are usually swallowed – although some people do crush them up and smoke or snort them.
A recent study has suggested that some ecstasy pills may be marketed as being stronger than others, and that increased strength may be reflected in a higher price.
MDMA powder can be ‘dabbed’ onto the gums or snorted.
People have been known to take another E when they haven't initially felt the expected ‘high’ from the first one, this is called ‘double dosing’. The danger then is that both Es kick in and you’ve a double dose of effects (and risks!) to deal with.
@Ipotane pot for short, right? Pot (n. Slang) - Marijuana
Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal drug in the U.S. It is made up of dried parts of the Cannabis sativa hemp plant.
Pot, ganga, weed, grass, 420
Short-term effects of marijuana use include euphoria, distorted perceptions, memory impairment, and difficulty thinking and solving problems.
Statistics and Trends
In 2009, 28.5 million Americans age 12 and older had abused marijuana at least once in the year prior to being surveyed. Source: National Survey on Drug Use and Health (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration Web Site). The NIDA-funded 2010 Monitoring the Future Study showed that 13.7% of 8th graders, 27.5% of 10th graders, and 34.8% of 12th graders had abused marijuana at least once in the year prior to being surveyed.
edit: now I've edited this post 3 times too.