I know everyone says you shouldn't smoke marijuana as a kid. It causes brain development issues and all that. Well, we smoked it quite a bit. I will be indulging in some of my memories when I used it. So I first smoked it in the 9th grade. It was okay but it got more fun when summer came around. The first night we ordered pizza and ate the whole thing. At some point, I knocked over my dog's water bowl and had to mop it up. Over the next few years, we would smoke it any chance we could.
Our latest smoke sessions have started requiring blankets. The leaves are starting to fall, and it's no longer 80 degrees midday. What we're most excited about is the fact that the mosquitoes have finally returned to Hell, where they belong. Our friend, Brittany hasn't been with us to smoke this week, but we've all definitely been keeping in touch.
Ah, marijuana. Is it good? Is it bad? A debate that has never quite died down since it appeared in the United States in the 1930s. Everyone is allowed to have their own opinion, but fact trumps all. Both sides of the marijuana debate should know that marijuana can be both good and bad. Take it from a former stoner.
Mary Jane... where the hell do I start?
I used to be a stoner. I loved the way smoking made me feel. It got rid of my PTSD symptoms and anxiety and gave me an excuse to eat all the ice cream in the freezer. I also loved acid (LSD). It gave me revelations about what I was doing wrong with my life and taught me to be a better, kinder person. Also, it was fun and trippy and a blast to do with friends.
Smoking marijuana can come at a big cost that most people don’t realize. I know this from an experience of my own. This past year, I was a sophomore in college, now a junior, I lost practically everything. At the beginning of the semester, I started my first internship that offered a scholarship and I started a new work-study job under the same supervisor for my internship. I had it good until the middle of the second semester. Marijuana usually made me feel really anxious to begin with. I do have an anxiety disorder and it’s really suggested by doctors to be cautious with marijuana because sometimes it makes your anxiety worse.
Marijuana had a big impact in my life during my senior year of high school. It was around April when my ex- boyfriend had broken up with me while I was depressed and had developed insomnia. I had a lot of stoner friends and they always bragged about how weed helped calm their anxiety and would help them forget about things for a while. When I would smoke weed I always did it just for fun, until one depressing day I tried to get stupid high to forget all my problems for a while.
I’m forty soon and I’ve been smoking weed for over twenty years. I fucking love weed. I’ve never smoked like Snoop; never grown my own supply; never been a dealer, never owed a dealer and never felt like weed has been a hindrance to anything I’ve ever tried to achieve. So why do I feel like now is the time to let weed go for good?
The topic of marijuana has been talked about for years. Whether it being the lasting effects, the types, or the medical benefits, there is a resounding discussion on marijuana anywhere that you go. Many people support the topic of using marijuana, although a fair amount of people disagree with the drug. Some states have already legalized marijuana, but is it truly needed and helpful for society?
For a lot of people, smoking weed is a lifestyle choice that can make or break a person's desire to date you. Stoners usually tend to date fellow stoners because of the fact that smoking weed together can be a bonding thing.
So I love smoking pot. I just started smoking about five months ago and wow. Let me just say that I was blown away. I questioned why I hadn't been doing this all along. It got to a point where I was doing a wake-and bake whenever possible and inviting friends over to get high very frequently. I enjoyed every minute of smoking and being high. The only down side I saw was that I was picking up weight due to munchies.