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#13 - scienceftw (03/11/2012) [-]
Stoner posts never fail to get front page..
#29 - hueyfreeman (03/11/2012) [-]
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MFW kids at school call me stupid for not doing drugs
#133 to #29 - genephil (03/12/2012) [-]
Same here. Good for you though.

What I tell 'em is that I don't need drugs, because I'm happy. I see drugs as a source of artificial happiness, which I in fact don't require, unlike the people I know who do. :I
User avatar #30 to #29 - mindsculptorjace (03/11/2012) [-]
I don't need to sleep tonight...
User avatar #37 to #29 - vicsix (03/11/2012) [-]
I don't do drugs, am surrounded by stoners basically, but I have never been called stupid for not doing drugs. You go to a school of retards, bro.
#179 - John Cena (03/12/2012) [-]
Yep, according to these calculation that's the dumbest **** ever.
#27 - CampenCarl (03/11/2012) [-]
"Weed is not a drug! It just grows like that and if you should happen to set it on fire there may be some side effects"
"Weed is not a drug! It just grows like that and if you should happen to set it on fire there may be some side effects"
#239 - alexisanchez (03/12/2012) [-]
NOT FUNNY!   
inb4 the red sea by stoners
NOT FUNNY!
inb4 the red sea by stoners
User avatar #242 to #239 - ishitincups (03/12/2012) [-]
I shall add this to my collection of Supernatural reactions.
#240 to #239 - norwegianlolz (03/12/2012) [-]
Its the same 4 Pony-post's.... still somehow get frontpage...
#92 to #90 - triggathepirate (03/12/2012) [-]
My ****** lungs burned a little looking at this...
User avatar #41 - iamasian (03/12/2012) [-]
Drugs: Can you stop using me?
Me: No.
#25 - mrkittens (03/11/2012) [-]
Well then I say NO too rape
Well then I say NO too rape
#36 - John Cena (03/11/2012) [-]
Say no to drugs. If drugs are asking you questions, you may have had enough.
#153 - iamascrewdriver (03/12/2012) [-]
i leave this here
i leave this here
#257 - kristiannewlove (03/12/2012) [-]
i smoke weed and i still failed to find the funny,
this kind of **** gives us a bad name.
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#61 to #42 - John Cena (03/12/2012) [-]
dude, it's cool, I was scared my first time too! But man, once you do it, you'll know that there's nothin to be scared of! Being high is ******* amzing!! You should at the very least try it.
#162 - onenation (03/12/2012) [-]
I SAY... If you wanna do drugs... Don't be a dick. You need to have rules... If your ****** up :)
1. Don't knock on your friend's door past 11 after you just got ****** up with your friends.
2. Don't eat all your friend's food while your at his house all ****** up.
3. Your not superman. Your ****** up. Don't pick fights with random ass people when you are with your sober friend in walmart.
4. DON'T announce to EVERYONE and repeatedly tell your friend that your ****** up... HE/SHE does not care and can clearly see that your ****** up.
5. NOT everything is funny... It's not cool to get kicked out of the threatre laughing your ass off all ****** up.
6. It's not cool to bug someone at midnight for drugs so you can get ****** up.

Follow these rules... AND EVERYONE WILL GET ALONG! ;)
#210 to #162 - CargeLock (03/12/2012) [-]
But I agree.
User avatar #178 to #162 - stygian (03/12/2012) [-]
You should stop hanging out with scumbag wanna-be stoners.
User avatar #182 to #178 - onenation (03/12/2012) [-]
Ther're like leeches. The ones that can control it are cool... but yea. I guess I should lol
User avatar #181 to #178 - milehighpride (03/12/2012) [-]
This.
User avatar #183 to #181 - onenation (03/12/2012) [-]
That.
User avatar #185 to #183 - milehighpride (03/12/2012) [-]
Mah Dawg :3
User avatar #186 to #185 - onenation (03/12/2012) [-]
Mag **** :3 Wanna Cigg?
+10
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#193 - melloickii (03/12/2012) [-]
I'm from Canada and we don't really count marijuana as a drug xD
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#218 to #193 - demonologist (03/12/2012) [-]
Walk downtown see everyone smoking a joint. Cops aint even mad.
User avatar #219 to #218 - melloickii (03/12/2012) [-]
cop "is that more then an ounce son" no sir cop"well keep walking then"
#220 to #219 - demonologist (03/12/2012) [-]
That's only if you're white. Loooooolololololol. Racism is fun.
#199 to #193 - ludislavonac (03/12/2012) [-]
lucky you, in my country it's still a crime even to posses it :(
#155 - wedway (03/12/2012) [-]
Call me an asshole, but I think these drug abstinence campaigns are missing the point. I don't think the problem exists in the use drugs, I think it exists in the abuse of drugs. I just think it's a silly thing for people to get in legal trouble for the casual use of recreational drugs. I feel like in a truly free society, people would possess the freedom to do what they want as long as they aren't interfering with somebody else's rights, which is why I think it's silly to throw a person in jail for using drugs even if they're minding their own business and not hurting anyone or anything. Don't get me wrong, there are people out there with serious drug problems that do require help, but I don't think of them any differently than an alcoholic. Alcohol is perfectly fine in moderation, but the trouble arises when a person abuses it. I think the same thing applies for drugs. Overall, I think the abuse of drugs are a medical issue rather than a criminal issue, which is why I also think that drug prohibition is not a good course of action for the U.S. to take. Just some brain droppings of mine on the subject, interpret them as you please.   
   
inb4 tl;dr
Call me an asshole, but I think these drug abstinence campaigns are missing the point. I don't think the problem exists in the use drugs, I think it exists in the abuse of drugs. I just think it's a silly thing for people to get in legal trouble for the casual use of recreational drugs. I feel like in a truly free society, people would possess the freedom to do what they want as long as they aren't interfering with somebody else's rights, which is why I think it's silly to throw a person in jail for using drugs even if they're minding their own business and not hurting anyone or anything. Don't get me wrong, there are people out there with serious drug problems that do require help, but I don't think of them any differently than an alcoholic. Alcohol is perfectly fine in moderation, but the trouble arises when a person abuses it. I think the same thing applies for drugs. Overall, I think the abuse of drugs are a medical issue rather than a criminal issue, which is why I also think that drug prohibition is not a good course of action for the U.S. to take. Just some brain droppings of mine on the subject, interpret them as you please.

inb4 tl;dr
User avatar #157 to #155 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
I sort of agree; because the taxes would be good and it is a personal freedom. But I still think that antidrug campaigns should keep going so we can get the bad ones out of societ without having to use the law.
User avatar #160 to #157 - wedway (03/12/2012) [-]
In order to get the "bad drugs" out of society, we first need to decide what constitutes a "bad drug." Are there bad drugs, or is it the abuse of drugs that is bad? I think that anti-drug campaigns would be a lot more effective if they fought drug abuse rather than the use of drugs in general.
And in regards to taxes, I am not concerned with them as much as I am with people's rights and freedoms. Taxes are more of an afterthought for me, if anything.
User avatar #161 to #160 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
I define "bad" as anything that can't be taken in moderation. Nobody takes meth every once in a while.

Athough I woud like to see tobacco go away...
User avatar #169 to #161 - npfortytwo (03/12/2012) [-]
The tobacco industry is so large in America, that taking it away would probably have surprisingly detrimental effects to our economy.

When you consider that cigarettes are usually quite expensive and are taxed heavily, and that most tobacco in popular brands of cigarettes are grown in America, our country gains serious revenue from tobacco.

Also, nobody is forcing smokers to smoke. Ads aren't being run anymore. It's completely choice.
User avatar #171 to #169 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
I wasn't talking about forcibly taking them away. If you had read the rest of my comments you'd know that.

I mean gradually changing our culture, as we have been doing, to move us away from smoking.
User avatar #172 to #171 - npfortytwo (03/12/2012) [-]
America has been moved as far as it matters away from tobacco.

Look at it this way: There are people supporting the legalization of heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine. If that **** does ever become legal, tobacco is the least of our worries.

And besides, so what if people smoke? Let them. There's tons of designated non-smoking and smoking areas around the country.
User avatar #174 to #172 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
Like I said, I'm not talking about making people stop. It should be completely their choice. What I'm saying is get it to the point that nobody chooses to.
#175 to #174 - npfortytwo (03/12/2012) [-]
And how do you expect that to work? People really only start smoking out of curiosity, considering all of the health warnings being broadcasted nowadays.
User avatar #176 to #175 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
That means the health warnings are working, mr. condescending wonka. So we keep doing what we're doing.
User avatar #164 to #161 - wedway (03/12/2012) [-]
If a drug cannot be taken without abusing it, I still address it the same way as any other type of drug abuse. I think that if we address drug abuse in general, that is a problem that would fix itself.
User avatar #165 to #164 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
So if i understand you correctly, if taking a drug once makes you immediately addicted, that would be classified as abuse?
User avatar #167 to #165 - wedway (03/12/2012) [-]
I would consider the overuse of drugs as abuse. So if a person becomes addicted to a drug and begins overusing them as a result, I would constitute that as abuse. Addiction itself, no, just the overuse that can come out of addiction.
User avatar #168 to #167 - zanderaw (03/12/2012) [-]
So therefore if you are trying to combat abuse of that drug, you would want to stop people from trying it right?
User avatar #170 to #168 - wedway (03/12/2012) [-]
I am for anything that helps to curve drug abuse. If discouraging people from trying addictive drugs effectively does this, then I'm all for it. It all just goes back to preventing drug abuse rather than the use of drugs. This way, if we discouraged people from using certain drugs, it would be on the grounds that it leads to drug abuse rather than it leads to the use of drugs in general.
#73 - thebeer (03/12/2012) [-]
I say no to drugs, but they don't listen!
#81 to #73 - John Cena (03/12/2012) [-]
Marlyin manson?
#131 to #81 - lolzordz (03/12/2012) [-]
no its marilyn monroe.
User avatar #246 to #73 - Screenshotman (03/12/2012) [-]
My god, what the **** is that thing?
KILL IT BEFORE IT LAYS EGGS

Seriously, I don't know nor care how this thing's music sounds, he/she looks ******* disgusting.
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