Post by Horned Fuckin' Gramma on Jun 14, 2012 19:40:13 GMT -5
I mean, my first impression is never take more than you can handle. But what? That guy's gonna have a wicked sunburn, but he sure looks like he's having a great fuckin' time. I think? I mean, I wouldn't wanna be that guy, but at least he seems... happy?
Wow, I can't even imagine what that would be like. Luckily it's pretty much impossible to OD on acid, but he's probably not going to be the same after that. If it wasn't for people helping him out he probably would have stayed in the sun all day and could have died.
How dumb do you have to be to take 50 hits of acid? Even if you are high or drunk and think you're invincible, doesn't some part of your brain think that maybe this isn't such a good idea?
My friend had about a half full eyedropper of acid that we would drip onto sugar cubes or just our tongues sometimes. This one time he went to take a couple of drops on his tongue and the dropper lid popped off...allowing the entire bottle to empty into his mouth. He spit out as much as he could but he ended up frying for a few days. Pretty much had to stay locked up in his house the entire time. Dude is totally fine now, but it was a really scary scenario.
Post by DREW OF THE RUSHES on Jun 14, 2012 20:51:33 GMT -5
Oh my god. Yeah, that's going to be a major, years-long recuperation process. He's going to be having flashbacks probably the rest of his life.
The "exaaaactly" thing reverberates: you know how you get stuck when you're tripping really hard? Like on an object, or a phrase, or a motion or something like that? I remember a trip when someone told a funny story and my friend said, that's not a funny story, that's a minor inconvenience! And I repeated the phrase "minor inconvenience" over and over four about 12 hours, and then it was like a constant nagging in the back of my mind for like a week. Also once I was rubbing my face in a friend's pillow and I didn't let go of that pillow for like five days. That kid is going to be singing "exaaaactly" for the rest of his life.