Blazing bud

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Zev, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. I'm a pot smoker, no cigarettes. Anyone else here blaze?
    I watch WWE high sometimes no lie :gusta:
    I live in cali (admins have my IP logged. :upset:) I have a medical card so I get that OG 818 CHEM DAWG HASH yah diggie?
  2. Getting just a gram or 1.5g tomorrow, bout to get some carmel eggs for munchies tomorrow ~!
  3. None of you ever smoke weed.
  4. brown eggs? uhh are u being racist>? :boss:


    UK people have such dirt weed.
  5. I gave up the habit.
  6. brown eggs WTF MIKE >;[


    im 17 i can keep this habit up for another 5 years i think :laugh:
  7. No one smokes weed.
  8. :okay:
  9. Statistically speaking, I believe this statement is factually incorrect.
  10. Now why would I smoke weed? In case you haven't noticed I'm a level 2 awesome. :otunga:

    Bitch as Dolph though always unintentionally showing of that he's level 5.... *Grumble*
  11. Never did, never will. Health is important to me, especially now that I want to attend wrestling school.
  12. No-one on Hackforums smoke w..... shit wrong forum.
  13. Marijuana

  14. This is the song you all get high to. Admit it :otunga::pity:
  15. Fire, Flame, Ganja, Garbage, Grass, Green, Happy Smoke, Happy Stick, Herb, Herbals, Hooch, Hoot Hoot..

    Whatever you want to call it, never will do it.
  16. Smoking weed = being unhealthy?

    News to the Diaz Brothers
  17. It's not healthy bro, you know that too.
  18. Nick Diaz smokes more trees than anyone on Earth and runs triathlons in his spare time, and is widely regarded as having the best cardio in all of MMA.
  19. Cool story bro.

    Research on the long-term effects of marijuana abuse indicates some changes in the brain, similar to those seen after long-term abuse of other major drugs.

    For example, cannabinoid withdrawal in chronically exposed animals leads to an increase in the activation of the stress-response system and changes in the activity of nerve cells containing dopamine. Dopamine neurons are involved in the regulation of motivation and reward, and are directly or indirectly affected by all drugs of abuse...

    In simple terms, being a pothead and smoking up all the time can lead to long-term side-effects.

    Long-term marijuana abuse can lead to addiction, i.e., compulsive drug-seeking and abuse despite its known harmful effects upon social functioning in the context of family, school, work, and recreational activities.

    Long-term marijuana abusers trying to quit report irritability, sleeplessness, decreased appetite, anxiety, and drug craving, all of which make it difficult to quit. These withdrawal symptoms begin within about 1 day following abstinence, peak at 2-3 days, and subside within 1-2 weeks following drug cessation.

    A number of studies have shown an association between chronic marijuana use and increased rates of anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and schizophrenia.

    With marijuana (as with other drugs), proponents of its use site other studies and have contradictory opinions.