Whilst surfing through the forums, I came across this old thread, where Homer eats three mushrooms, and says “I’ll keep you posted.”
This leads me to explore my naivete in the field. I’ve never seen any appeal to anything, and will truthfully claim the hardest stuff I’ve ever done is alcohol, caffiene, and the occasional cigar. So, while pondering the cited thread, I had a question. I figured I’d add a few more questions:
I was under the impression that one mushroom was enough to get you high. Folks in the thread are talking about “eights” or “quaters” (I assume they mean pounds). What, do you just find these things in the forest somewhere? And do you really need to eat that much?
‘Cocaine’, ‘coke’, ‘crack’, ‘ice’, ‘rock’ . . . Some is snorted in white lines, some is smoked with the little glass jar lookin’ things . . . What’s the difference between them, and why do you ingest them in different ways–for different highs? Are they mixed differently using a regular, standard cocaine to make different drugs the same way they use regular unleaded and add detergents and such to make mid-grade and super?
Pot: I understand you can roll it up like a tobacco cigarette and smoke it. What’s the point of the bong? To cool the smoke? Now, I have ‘taken a hit’ off a tobacco water pipe, which I assume is basically a bong (think an Arab “shisha”). Same thing, just different smoked stuff?
Don’t any of these things give you a hangover like too much beer or whiskey does?
Honest questions. Like I said, I just never understood the appeal, but figured I’d ask.
I’ll await your response with an ice cold Miller Lite.