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  • #127398

    Road Pavement
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  • #127580

    Lord Wankdust
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    “This site sells you cheap cigarettes”

    Hey Lord Wankdust’ll sell you a cheap kick in the face and a punch in the bollocks.

    As a light comparison. There are no jokes here BTW for our beloved US BG cousins. This is what we pay in the UK for smoking. I haven’t smoked in twelve and a half years. Look at this and see what health costs as expressed in taxation actually mean. By the way it is “end of life” costs, ie. your palliative care, hospital care while you die etc. Lung Cancer isn’t cureable. So UK smokers get fucked both ways. So do Americans but they don’t get healthcare free at point of need.

    http://www.usa-cigarettes.com/marlboro-72s-gold-pack-box-cigarettes-p-384.html

    In the US 10 x 20 packs of Marlboro Gold = $25.00 = £18.91

    https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/all-cigarettes/marlboro-king-size-cigarettes–gold-x200

    In the UK 10 x 20 packs of Marlboro Gold = £107.00 = $141.30

    Cost of smoking 1 X 20 pack per day over a year in the USA = $ 912.50 or £691.28

    Cost of smoking 1 X 20 pack per day over a year in the UK = $ 5157.45 or £3,905.63

    The majority of the price difference is Taxation because of the costs of Cancer Care to our National Health Service. The NHS Care doesn’t mean you get cured. They always die.

    • #127592

      MasterPlan
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      NHS advises people to vape in order to quit smoking, yet last year the government placed crippling regulations on it.

      Tobacco here is indeed so expensive, it forces people to buy them in the black market. Not very wise.

      • #128268

        Lord Wankdust
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        NHS doesn’t advise people to vape.

        Vaping popcorns your lungs – don’t do it.

        The only NHS study looked briefly at questionnaires completed by less than 200 smokers and vapers. The vaping thing hasn’t even been going long enough to properly assess the damage by vaping. But the popcorn effect of vaping on lung tissue was noted immediately. The vaping industry (like Tobacco did for decades) is fighting the publication of results.

        Imagine puffing steam (@ 100 degrees plus) across raw chicken). Imagine your lungs. Ipso Facto.

      • #128417

        MasterPlan
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        Thanks @lord-wankdust But vaping is certainly safer than regular cigs.

        I got these two links on it, but they do not provide as prescription.

        https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/quit-smoking/using-e-cigarettes-to-stop-smoking/

        https://www.nhs.uk/smokefree/help-and-advice/e-cigarettes

        I have smoked for too many years, but since I swap for vaping (about 3 years ago) my health improve tremendously. Only a month after swapping, I could ride my bike for 5hs, until my legs were exhausted… but I still had my longs. Really impressive! I never totally quit tho. I have love for weed, and here, weed and tobacco go together meaning for a month I smoke weed and tobacco, and for a few months I only vape, but I always go back to weed. Not really a story of success.

      • #128551

        Lord Wankdust
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        I didn’t say vaping wasn’t safer than inhaling smoke from burning tobacco. It is, in relative term, a little safer.

        It’s probably safer walking a cross a tightrope only 40 feet from the ground rather than one at 100 feet.

        Well done on stopping smoking cigarettes.

        However the vapour produced is NOT free of harmful chemicals. The liquid nicotine when heated up in its chemical matrix thern inhaled through delicate lung tissue is far from safe. There have been NO long-term tests done at all. But clinicians have noted “popcorning” on the lungs of those who vape.

        Our lungs are only designed to cope with fresh air. Everything else we try to inhale through our delicate, fragile lung tissue damages them.

      • #128573

        MasterPlan
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        I appreciate your concern @lord-wankdust but I would lower that high to less than 20 feet and much lower considering the idea that it’s purpose is to use it as an intermediate nicotine dispenser until you need no nicotine at all. I agree it is not safe for the long run… it can also induce kids to start vaping due to its appeal and flavors… but comparing it with other products like nicotine gums or nicotine patches… it is 300% better(not safer/better) than those. Vaping is nothing short of a miracle that saves lives and, in my opinion, the tobacco industry is is doing a great job in vilifying it.

        https://vapingdaily.com/what-is-vaping/popcorn-lung/

      • #128735

        Lord Wankdust
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        Our lungs are only designed to cope with fresh air. Everything else we inhale through our delicate, fragile lung tissue damages them.

        The safest way to take nicotine is in liquid, tablet or chewy-gum form (but brush your teeth afterwards). Heating up the nicotine drug in a chemical matrix and inhaling the hot vapour through your lungs should rightly be vilified. While not as harsh as inhaling burning tobacco, it is terribly harmful and poisonous to the lungs. There is a “popcorning” effect. Drown in your own mucus. Lovely. Be sure and film it for us here on BG.

        Our lungs are only designed to cope with fresh air. Everything else we inhale through our delicate, fragile lung tissue damages them.

      • #128818

        MasterPlan
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        I don’t think there is much ‘fresh air’ left in London, or most big cities… and most of us live in them. I’m no heath specialist my Lord, in fact… I live of pizza and caffeinated drinks for most part. I shared the prejudice for e-cigs and had no intention to vaping at all. I was in the supermarket with may little one some years ago, and in hopes to please her I asked, “tell me something you really want” hoping she would take me to the clothes or a toys section 😛 You can guess what she asked me… and I stopped smoking that week. Her mother had promised her the same long before… and pretended I was the only one who smoked in the house. (I guess I use it for nearly 5 years now)

        There is still too much controversy on the subject… just look at how weed is vilified globally despite the many studies that support its cause. Vaping is still completely ILLEGAL in Brazil, just like weed. ‘It’s a new thing’ can also be extended to mobile phones and microwaves ovens. I guess we will only know in the future… but I do endorse them, based on my personal experience… and a hand full of credible studies I happened to put my hands on. But thanks for your concern.

        Trivia: Chinese guy who patented modern e-cigs in 2003 lost his father to lung cancer.

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        @lord Wankdust smoking tobacco puts a resin coating on the lungs that protects them from toxins in the air. mullein and thyme are two of many herbs you can take in tincture form and your lungs will heal from anything in a few weeks. so whatever damage smoking may “possibly” do to your lungs, is far outweighed by the positives of smoking tobacco for your lungs and your all round health in general.

  • #128557

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    I quit smoking butts 15 years ago, I do smoke weed, but I don’t vape. I’m old school, I only smoke out of glass and my weed is so high test that you really don’t want more that two blasts. Usually, I only do one, unless I can’t sleep.
    I find that price for USA cigs unbelievable, Marlboro is around $70.00 a carton at the store. Could they be counterfeit?

    • #128628

      MasterPlan
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      If that is what you have, I prefer to get cancer…
      bong
      I’m not really a fan of bongs really… indeed I love a joint, but it is impossible to roll them with the supper dense weed I normally find.

      • #128631

        illegalsmile55
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        If the bowl was glass I’d smoke out of it! When I say glass, I mean everything is glass. Bong me!

      • #128831

        MasterPlan
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        If I want to get rid of tobacco… I guess I really have to move to a bong, but they are not really an option when you can only smoke outdoors. Not sure how a metal or glass down-pipe makes a difference. Acrylic bongs are not as cool, but are certainly safer to carry around. I still have a lot to learn 🙂

      • #128839

        illegalsmile55
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        It’s just my preference, that’s all. I have broken more bongs and pipes than I care to say. My floor is tile, it’s not very forgiving. If I’m going out on a boat, for example, I roll a joint. I’m kinda skeeved about smoking a joint with people I don’t know well, you never know where their mouth has been.

        @masterplan

      • #128846

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        I’m not keen in sharing it ether but it goes strongly against tradition, specially back home and strangers easily come to partake. I’m adept to the British ways now… and I feel as comfortable sharing an underwear. Just learned a new word, Lol.
        https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nigger-lip

      • #128849

        illegalsmile55
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        Really?! That term is as old as I am. Maybe older! It is appropriate sometimes…
        @masterplan

        Edit: are you talking about nigger lip or skeeved?

      • #128853

        MasterPlan
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        ‘I hate whenever some cunt nigger-lip my joint, it skeeves me.’
        I’m learning proper English!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
        Here is a Greek kiss pipe, couldn’t find it in glass tho 😛 😛
        gr

      • #128856

        illegalsmile55
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        Whoever kissed her, had a huge Fucking tongue! Holy reamed out!!
        @masterplan

    • #128634

      Hoping for Nemesis
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      If you can love..in a few sentences. Why do you smoke weed? Apart from helping you sleep.

      @illegalsmile55

      I was thinking about songs. We have both gone off posting songs for the moment.

      • #128841

        illegalsmile55
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        Do you partake in a glass of wine, or a drink/beer? Same-same. I like how it makes me feel.

      • #128857

        MasterPlan
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        Personally I find that alcohol and weed have very different feelings. Alcohol cuts inhibition and brain power… some people feels the same about weed… but not me. It gives me brainstorms, and makes me extra cautious and shy.

      • #128861

        illegalsmile55
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        I agree, I meant that you feel good when you partake in booze or weed. I’m extra cautious when high too. I liked booze when I was young because I was shy and it made me outgoing and funny. I’m not shy anymore, so I really don’t need booze. lol I grow a few different strains, one makes you speedy, and it’s great when you have stuff to do. Another makes you totally relaxed and sleepy. I have 4 herniated discs in my neck and I have one strain that really helps with muscle spasms and the neuritis that accompanies it.
        @masterplan

      • #128867

        Hoping for Nemesis
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        That explains a lot . Ie with regards to pain control.
        @illegalsmile55

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        MasterPlan
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        Damn @illegalsmile55, that doesn’t sound good at all. I’m glad you found ways to cope with it without the need of abusing pills… One simply can’t overdose on weed.

        @hopingfornemesis
        There are two main variants… Sativa(speedy/happy) and Indica (sleepy/pain) and both contains THC, the latest is my favorite and the main difference is a component called CBD… but most are somewhat hybrids… leaning to one side or another.

        carl

      • #129067

        illegalsmile55
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        Even without pain, I would still smoke weed. I have smoked since I was 13, which is longer than most of the members here have been alive. 😀
        I’ve never done anything really stupid while getting high,except maybe acting silly, but I can’t say the same for alcohol. I never did anything smart while drunk. Nothing!
        @masterplan
        @hopingfornemesis

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        13?? My child didn’t drink coffee at 13 Lol. Well.. I started at 15, and never developed a taste for alcohol. Today is safe to say it is very safe past 20 years of age. The biggest trouble lies in acquiring the product and knowing what was used in its production. Those babies are so valuable people often use strong pesticide when under risk of losing the plants, and some countries have harsher laws against growing weed then rape. Not a joke 🙁

      • #129091

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        It wasn’t daily at 13!! But by 15-16 it was…you’re right about big grows, who knows what they use on it, poisons, etc…
        Thankfully, it’s legal here, but I’ve grown my own for many many years. I just used to have to do it covertly, but now people drive by and stare at the wonder behind my fence. I still feel a small amount of paranoia when a cop drives by and looks. 😀 it’s so imprinted on my mind to be scared of cops that I’m still a tad uncomfortable when I see them looking. Everything is organic, no chemicals at all. I am an excellent jolly farmer.
        @masterplan

      • #129100

        MasterPlan
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        @illegalsmile55
        Since it is legal I bet cops shouldn’t be your main concern. What a shitty day would be to wake up and see they are gone 2 weeks prior to harvest. Whenever it is illegal this is absolutely common… since you can’t call the cops for it… But you are very right in one point. So many good citizens likes weed… it makes loads of us fear and hate cops. I mention prior, when I’m cot with weed.. I always point to Prof. Nutt, look at the guy… there are many nice videos on the net about him, and many other scientists protested by resigning in solidarity. Weed here is still big deal 🙁

      • #129301

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        Stealing weed is an ongoing problem, especially now, you can just drive down any road and you’re gonna see weed growing. I get paranoid in September, they’re getting close to harvest. Everybody around here knows I’m loaded for bear, and I haven’t had any problems. Someone is almost always here at night, I have motion lights, and cameras, but that wouldn’t stop some people. I’m sure they would be more concerned about getting shot. 😛 I’m totally serious! Last year I heard a vehicle door slam outside, I got up, turned on my bedroom light and pulled out my .357, three seconds later, another door slam and they drive off. Next day, I’m taking a walk and a distant neighbor came out of his house and apologized for “scaring” me the night before. He had pulled over to close a door that hasn’t completely closed and saw me like I wanted. I told him I wasn’t scared at all, he grinned and said yeah, I can see why.
        @masterplan

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        @illegalsmile55 careful, don’t do a pistorius on someone for checking their car door. Where i live i find bags of weed on the road, i give it to friends. There’s so much of it about they might as well legalise it. the other drug is steroids, loads of men are strutting around all pumped up , they look so silly, like cartoon superheroes of the 80’s. If a man needs to be juiced up to have the confidence to walk down the road we’re a fucked up human race.

      • #129359

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        And I was concerned about the ax 😛 Damn @illegalsmile55 … since we are indeed listening to Svarge26’s advise in here, just hang a dead nigger in your front porch and you should be able to sleep without disturbance, lol. I agree with @sloth12, confrontation isn’t the best way to go. Hide the crop among companion plants, it helps to keeping then inconspicuous along with other benefits. Since it’s legal… improved security like cameras does help.
        Polluted… What F. road do you live?? I got a bunch of McDonald’s coupons for you!! All weed here is grown indoors.. it isn’t cheap at all!!! Maybe you are just lucky to live next to too many grow houses. Bags on the ground?? That only speak of our state of affair were people dispose of merchandise due to the severe penalties involved. Cannabis is a class B drug raised from class C not long ago.

      • #129348

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        Ooh. @illegalsmile55 .you have sent a frisson of excitement through me. Do you have a bearskin rug as well? 😉

      • #129614

        illegalsmile55
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        LMAO!
        I believe you’re thinking of someone else. 😛

      • #129361

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        @illegalsmile55
        I’m growing watermelons for the first time this year. Guess what I have traipsing through my yard at night.

      • #129617

        illegalsmile55
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        Maybe you should make a scarecoon, and dress it like a klansman. They last part of that sentence was redundant, huh? 😛

    • #128911

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      @illegalsmile55 I totally agree that price is crazy low. Just one pack of Marlboro runs $6.00 to $7.00 per pack average and $14.00 per pack, high end i.e. NYC. Cartons are around $60 to $70, average and $130 to $140, high end.

  • #128873

    Sphincterpiston #59535
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    I smoke weed cause it strips away my inhibitions for the strippers…

    • #128877

      MasterPlan
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      Strippers gonna strip you away from your weed and your money 🙁
      Inhibition?? Are not suppose to strip for those strippers Mr. Sphincter.

      @asskingforanal

    • #128883

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      Then the strippers strip you of your money while negros strip your car in the parking lot. And all you got was rancid chicken wings and a gonorrhea infested vag on your nose.

      Actually, I’ve had worse nights at Applebee’s. You going back soon? ‘Cause I got nothing going on here.
      @asskingforanal

  • #128884

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    there is not one single mother fucking independent study that proves tobacco/nicotine causes lung cancer. it is a scam pushed by hollywood movies and the brainwash box.

    mining and agriculture cause lung cancer. the corporation knows this. so they put the same chemicals and minerals stirred up by mining and agriculture into cigarettes and whammo they have their scapegoat. only a brainwashed fucking retarded cuntflap thinks tobacco causes lung cancer.

    over 4500 years of smoking tobacco and lung cancer didn’t exist. lung cancer only appeared shortly after the start of the industrial revolution and that’s a fucking FACT.

    i will debate any cunt on this topic and bury them.

    i don’t drink alcohol or do any drugs, but i smoke tobacco that i grow myself. the health benefits from smoking natural tobacco are endless, hence the war on it.

    • #128893

      MasterPlan
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      No one is vilifying you for growing your own tobacco @svarge26, but giving your kid cigarettes is not helping him loose enough weight. I concerns me he is still fat as fuck.

      • #128906

        svarg26
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        at least he won’t be running around like a fuckwit on crack.

      • #128918

        MasterPlan
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        @sverg26 There is a very crazy Brazilian guy called Olavo de Carvalho, who has many thousands of followers and many of his ideas match yours like a glove… among them, he is a tobacco apologist… who claims smoking is indeed good for you. The cunt once lived in Muruca, sadly, I could not find anything on him in English. Are you the last English speaking tobacco apologist?? I would really appreciate if you could provide me some info on the subject. As I token of friendship, I leave you this study… Indeed I could not find much. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10942038

      • #128931

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        i don’t click on links for obvious reasons.i would start your search on the health benefits of tobacco by figuring out why doctors prescribed it as a medicine up until the 1950’s. then compare that with the appearance of the many neurological disorders that we see today.

      • #128971

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        @masterplan I don’t know the science and svarg’s theory may be off, I don’t know. But lung cancer rates in the US have risen even as smoking has decreased. That’s worth mentioning.

      • #129006

        svarg26
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        oxford academic
        “A Short History of Lung Cancer”
        Hanspeter Witschi
        Toxicological Sciences, Volume 64, Issue 1, 1 November 2001, Pages 4–6, https://doi.org/10.1093/toxsci/64.1.4
        Published:
        01 November 2001

        most of the article dances around the truth, but besides the title, two parts really stand out.

        “Clearly, lung cancer is an important and widespread disease that constitutes a major public health problem. This was not always so. Some 150 years ago, it was an extremely rare disease.”

        “There are very few—some might say none at all—studies in which it has been unequivocally demonstrated that tobacco smoke can cause lung cancer in experimental animals.”

        you know what the science says now. you can now tell your family and friends the truth about tobacco.

      • #129011

        MasterPlan
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        That is gods curse because of faggots numbers have skyrocket. God doesn’t directly target them tho Lol. He is soo cool. Svarg, not god 😛 Could it be the filters that are cancerous ???

        I looked it up and I don’t have a very good answer, but among my readings pollution is pointed as the main culprit. It is worth mentioned that smoking is so related to the decease that non-smokers do not qualify to proper screening scans.

        As a personal matter, I’m by far the one in my family with worse health habits, yet… I’m also the one least cursed by decease. It is hard to attain knowledge with so much controversy about everything… I tend to accept undisputed scientific arguments and disregard the media hysteria… In fact I use the former to further investigate on it. Most people seams just to read the headlines. I certainly believe the link between cigs and cancer but the following article actually claims breathing holes in filters is the main problem 😛 Only god knows what is going on…
        https://www.healthline.com/health-news/filtered-cigarettes-caused-rise-in-common-lung-cancer#1

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        MasterPlan
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        Sorry, Svarg. I just seen your post… so I wasn’t writing in response to you. Thanks for the info… I will look it up shortly.

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        Thanks Svarg, very interesting read. Thanks for taking the time to share this info with us. I do in fact like to smoke, and have done it for a number of years… sadly it does impact quality of living… even if links to cancer can’t be direct correlated. I turned to vape in recent years, and despite the fact that it can be dangerous… I have the feeling I don’t smoke at all… when it comes to physical activities. Lead was once used as wine sweetener, so I may be completely misguided on the matter… but since you smoke, I should recommend you to try.

        On the link you presented… very interesting to know how small it was the rate of lung cancer in the past and it sure demonstrates cancer and tobacco link is not a totally unanimously opinion on the scientific field, but I hope we can agree that, the tobacco we find available in shops… are cancerous as fuck. I hope we can pinpoint the culprit of such harm in the near future, but cancer is no easy bastard to deal with.

      • #129138

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        apart from organic additive free tobacco, ammonia is in all commercially sold tobacco. vaporizing ammonia turns the nicotine into a crack like substance highly addictive and damaging to your lungs and brain. avoid all gmo nicotine products. stick to natural tobacco. all studies on tobacco use the gmo type. in 1982 tobacco was the first plant to be genetically modified. why modify tobacco first? for the same reason that they put fluoride in water. they want to fuck your brain up.

      • #129350

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        I remember this fat fuck. It embarrassed the Indonesian gov so much they tracked down the father with his toothless vacuous smile and delivered him a beating within an inch of his life. The child then received proper medical detox treatment etc. I loved it!

        I love it when thickheads and malcontents get a good beating!
        @masterplan

      • #129393

        MasterPlan
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        Did they @hopingfornemesis?? Smoking is actually common place in there… and associated with masculinity. Very few women smoke, prices are cheap according to our standards but to them… is quite expensive. Acording to the link that follows… that particular case above did little to change their ways.
        https://www.asiasentinel.com/econ-business/indonesia-smokers-increase/
        https://www.pri.org/stories/number-children-smoking-indonesia-getting-out-control

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        I am not commenting on the nation as a whole @masterplan. I was commenting on that very case. That footage went viral and embarrassed the gov at the time in a very bad way.

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        And I’m not contesting what you said @hopingfornemesis, sorry if it sounded that way, but I guess it did. I always read way more articles than the ones I post in here. Hope people in general takes the time to read them, I was just pointing it is not and absurd thing according to their standards.

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        No problem @masterplan. I was not upset. Just clarifying for you and others. I like that you read broadly as i do too.

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      @svarg26 I’m not a smoker so I never thought about it but your comment makes sense. It’s the chemicals that are carcinogens in cigarettes. My great grandad grew and dried and rolled his own smokes and lived to 105. I’m not saying people who smoke store-bought cigarettes won’t also but it is interesting that his smoking didn’t cause any major issues. He died in his sleep of just natural causes. At that age, they don’t really investigate but I’m sure it wasn’t cancer as he had no pain and breathed as well as anyone his age.

      • #128925

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        your grandad was a smart man. tobacco heals damage to the brain. i bet he didn’t have any neurological disorders either. when you stop smoking in old age your brain deteriorates quite fast. the only way to stop this is to smoke again, or you will die. tobacco is indeed brain food. that’s why they are taxing it into oblivion. they want your brain to rot.

      • #128969

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        @svarg26 He was indeed still very sharp until the last couple of years. He forgot where things were and got confused but at his age, that was normal. But around 90 or so, he still lived independently and drove until he was 96. He had to quit because of his vision. He never had dementia and loved to read and keep up with news.

    • #128973

      lady-lexis
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      I could definitely accept that growing and smoking your own tabacco could be less harmful than store bought in the same way as food; you know exactly what you’re getting then, minus any additives.

      Cancer is a funny thing, I figure if you’re gonna get it, you’re gonna get it one way or another and that’s it. I’ve heard of too many people who’ve smoked their entire lives and never developed cancer. The most I think I’d agree to on the subject is that smoking might INCREASE the risk of cancer (along with pretty much everything on the planet but most importantly, genetics). They put that right on the box and I suppose there’s a reason it doesn’t say ‘smoking WILL give you cancer’.

      • #129000

        svarg26
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        in reality, smoking tobacco actually puts a resin like coating on the lining of your lungs, that protects them from the cancer causing chemicals that you breathe in the air.

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        I have never heard such @svarg26. Where did you hear or learn of this?

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        @Hoping for Nemesis i studied ethnobotany and horticulture while working in australia during their mining boom, because i wanted to learn how to grow tobacco and cacti in the arctic region for when i returned home. i have read pretty much every study ever done on tobacco.

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        Thanks for getting backto me @svarg26. I did read your links and i have to admit i am pleasantly surprised re neuro-protective effects of smoking.

        Without raining on your parade,i would like to add that something can do good in one area but damage you in others. Aspirin of course helps in headaches and pain but gives you ulcers etc.So I look forward to seeing the net result of all studies. My dad has smoking-induced ephysema and he reckons it isn’t! I will probably need to smoke soon as i will have jakob creuzfeldt disease from eating contaminated meat in England! No wonder the English are mad!😉

        Ethnobotany hah? Cool. In a former life i studied natural products chemistry at uni. ie therapeutic properties of native plants and animals in Australia as well.

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        @Hoping for Nemesis i highly recommend your father drinks a mix of mullein, thyme, elecampane and white horehound in tincture form. he will be cured in no time. i look forward to hearing the good news.

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        Tincture is alcoholic solution. Airdried form of plant? Roots,stems ,leaves ,seeds or flowers? How long soaked? Quantities of plants? Dryweight?
        @svarg26

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        @Hoping for Nemesis search mediherb. i used them while in australia because i worked in a mine. take 1 tablespoon a day for the lungs to rejuvenate and heal themselves. that’s what i did and it worked for me.

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        Thanks re mediherb
        @svarg26

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        @Hoping for Nemesis glad to help.

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    I don’t smoke weed, in fact i don’t drink, smoke or do drugs but i would suggest you just grow your own, That way you know what’s in it and it won’t fuck your head up. I don’t even eat out because i don’t want anyone else cooking for me after they’ve been picking their noses or playing with their genitals, i might buy the odd sandwich from a supermarket. I would never eat at a paki restaurant or a chinese. All i’m saying is wherever possible make your own drugs or food.

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      Me too @sloth12 . Apart from paki and chinese food. I love those!

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    I knew of a time that people where hitting me up for cigarettes so I made some that where laced with poison and bio-waste, Just enough to put them in the hospital and later sent to a group homes for people with mental problems.

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      sounds like some fuckwit got high off his own supply.

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    Fags are great, smoking is class.

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  • #129462

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    i don’t drink, smoke, or do drugs. i do, however, drink so much tea…. surely, that must count for something?
    i also drink lattes sometimes, when i can afford to splurge.

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      caffeine!
      I love a latte! It is a splurge for me too, but I am a coffee freak. I grind beans fresh and make one cup at time. I don’t drink soda, just water all day, but I drink a few lg. coffees every morning.
      @xunseenx

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    Vaping of e-liquids speeds up the death of lung cells by 50 fold (50 X faster). The chemicals in the vaping liquids are now proving to cause chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), an umbrella term for diseases including severe bronchitis, asthma and emphysema.
    Prof John Britton, Director of the UK Centre for Tobacco & Alcohol Studies at the University of Nottingham, said e-cigarettes were still far safer than smoking. However one should bear in mind that the Tobacco Corporations own this “academic seat” and have bought up most of the vaping companies.

    Kills your lung cells 50 times faster than not vaping at all. It’s a no-brainer. Just don’t be a smoker or vaper anymore. Do something better with your life and get on and enjoy it… these corporations were never your friends eh?

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/08/13/vaping-may-damage-immune-system-lead-lung-disease-study-suggests/

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    Dead cheap. For the people of England, smoking a pack a daily would cost U$430 a month as points out our Lord. I used to smoke and sell polish tobacco my girls brought from their regular trips home. It was the only way. I assume weed is cheaper over there also.

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    @icecreamlair haha well straight edge now but i did a few drugs in my time. I tried weed a few times and it did nothing whilst my friends were quite happy. I tried acid which was interesting but nothing to get excited about. Magic mushrrooms did nothing. Alcohol was good until my body started reacting. The only reason i’m straight edge really is because my body punishes me for my indiscretions. I never judge though. I don’t blame anyone for wanting to get high and escape this life for a while.
    Yes i would love to be able to cook bread. I’m sure boogers in food wouldn’t kill us but still. Did you know that chicken from those fast food places in so cheap because they buy it from the people who are taking it to be destroyed. The man who is supposed to destroy it sells it to the pakis/indians who then coat it in flavouring and sell it on usually to black people who from what i remember used to bo so fussy about how they prepare and cook chicken. .

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    My grandma would bake fresh bread everyday and also make home -made yoghurt as well. Yumm!!
    @icecreamlair

  • #129128

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    american spirit are additive free and a good choice for store bought tobacco. however, i would find some seeds, as tobacco grows awesome in pots.

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    lol. tobacco grows like a weed and if left alone it will grow past 6ft in 2 months. no need for a green thumb or your time and effort.

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