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Baked on cheap fegs by Edwin Shittingworth - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 18:06:13 EST ID:u4k1xuwk No.173548 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've googled this shit at least once a month, can anyone explain to me why I get baked for at least an hour when I smoke cheapo ripped up cigs from my bong? I don't understand how nicotine alone could give me such intense physical and mental effects, what da fuck is in these things?
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Edwin Shittingworth - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:09:58 EST ID:u4k1xuwk No.173549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump, shaking like a leaf from a good bubble
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Phineas Blenningpot - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 04:05:35 EST ID:Xt1Opzyu No.173550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173548

If you used the bong for weed in the past you're probably smoking tar left over from past use. Modern tobacco burns intensely and well, better than dried marijuana, so it's not hard to imagine you getting this effect.

Think of it as holding a lighter to an empty bowl to get what's left out of it, except you are using burning tobacco to heat it up even more than the flame itself. If you are getting high at all, it is from residual marijuana, not from the tobacco.

There is the small chance that you are getting high off tobacco, but that only lasts a very very short time and the first or second time you use it, and only if you smoke a large amount in this first or second time. Especially out of a bong, I thing the first possibility is much more likely.
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Henry Dicklecocke - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 20:43:42 EST ID:u4k1xuwk No.173551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173550
I feel ya dude, I've smoked my fair share of gack in my life, this boyos clean as a whistle despite smelling like literal cancer from the cigarettes.
I get an intense rush from 1/5th of a cig, which then gives me an afterglow that lasts an hour or more similar to smoking some reggie after a few weeks of kush. It's a dirty high, but I'm extremely interested in why this happens to me, despite doing it daily or so for the past few months.


How bad will my Nicotine Withdrawl be? how long to lose tolerance? by Rebecca Gazzleham - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 18:07:34 EST ID:ID6Z+fD8 No.173445 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so 3 weeks ago, out of boredom i decided to try a nicotine spray i happened to have, 3-4 sprays was heaven at start, the euphoria was amazing, it got me thinking all happy thoughts and dancing, just being in an amazing happy no worries zen state, helped me focus on things and get my motivation going ,anxiety also disappeared.
So i kept at it for about 10 days when the spray was no more, using about 8 to 15 mg nicotine per day, then i borrowed a friends vaporizer to see if it would be the same, Not quite the same buzz, but it still kinda felt good,used about 25mg nicotine/day.
Well i gave it back,deciding that vaporizing wasnt for me, since dosage wasnt quite exact ,and i didnt really like it much.
Now i got myself 105x2mg chewing gums.

but the euphoric buzz is gone, the positives have also diminished , i need to chew like 5 gum to feel anything....so i guess, it's time to stop.

I really want to experience the magic that i felt 3 weeks ago, with my virgin tolerance.

How long do you think i should stop to go back to base level (no smoker,occasional spliff). And should i taper off slowly? (i've got like 90 gums left,so i can reduce intake slowly, or would it not matter ?
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Jack Backlewat - Wed, 10 May 2017 10:02:15 EST ID:y/TzF5wr No.173483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173479
I can agree. I just switched like a week or so ago and barely touched any cigs or vapes
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Hannah Claystock - Sat, 27 May 2017 04:03:09 EST ID:sXrdcCyf No.173515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173478
>need to chew like 5 gum to feel anything
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Lydia Hepperfoot - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 06:06:03 EST ID:aAqt8D2Z No.173537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Guys, problem solved, i just begun smoking normal cigarettes.
I must be the first person to do it backwards, treading the path least walked upon
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William Fucklechane - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 01:41:10 EST ID:m47PjyDa No.173546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>but the euphoric buzz is gone, the positives have also diminished

Welcome to tobacco. At least you're not fucking your body up.
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Shitting Pittworth - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 16:57:16 EST ID:Xt1Opzyu No.173547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173479

What kind of Snus do you recommend? I have been smoking big time for years and picked up some of the Camel Snus stuff at the gas station. It's awesome, way better than cigarettes


Anyone here with a tobacco related illness? by Nicholas Blammerbanks - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 23:48:12 EST ID:FmnFZ8tB No.173530 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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All the packs here have some warning label on them showing something awful that could happen if you smoke, and I read that 1/2 of people who smoke their whole lives will die from some smoking-related illness. However I can't seem to find any of these people. I see old guys smoking all the time and none of them have cancer, the worst I see IRL are people coughing a lot (COPD?). No one I know has gotten a serious illness from smoking. What happens to people who get cancer, do they just withdraw from society or commit suicide?

If so many people get sick from tobacco why don't I see them more often? I'm not doubting that tobacco causes illness, I'm just saying they should be everywhere but I never see them.
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Phineas Draddleshaw - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 20:50:01 EST ID:TyBJP2Da No.173536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My sis's husband died of lung cancer at just mid-life, which was very sad to all, and they were both heavy smokers. I'm past 30 and never met anyone else having a lung cancer. Doesn't mean it doesn't exist. People usually want to hide their ilnesses even from many of their friends and sometimes family - it's a natural psychological reaction. I also had a young friend, around 20, who died of cancer and she was also a heavy smoker. But it was not lung cancer - difficult to say was there a connection or not. People who don't smoke get cancers, even lung, and also there are people who live to 111+ years of age smoking large cigars and never catching that. Like this great old man on youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXyfCGDnuWs
If you want to be extra careful about health you should definately try going with e-cigars and nicotine gum as those two should have very low or non existing cancer potential compared to smoking. Could still ocassionally puff the real thing on those special moments. These were what I chose but I know some just want the real tobacco all the time and I am not about forcing other peoples things.
On the scientific side - some studies determined that the chance of getting lung cancer from smoking regularry is 6.26%. It doesn't sound much especially since it can happen at really old age and not all 6% when young. I think it's more probable to die to other things. Still, it's one more thing with everything else, so you have in total slightly more chance of dying younger than otherwise. I'm not a pro and this is only about own experience and what can be read on Internet. Also, getting a cancer is not always fatal - early enough there is chance of irradiating or cutting it out if it does not spread too badly. Still a nasty thing + not many survive in the end.
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Nell Pallychire - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 02:04:42 EST ID:3AleRz0f No.173542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can't site this but I read somewhere stopping increases your chances of cancer
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Hamilton Drussleway - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 05:54:56 EST ID:sXrdcCyf No.173544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173542
Bullshit.
Source or GTFO, why would reducing your carcinogen intake increase your risk of cancer?
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William Fucklechane - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 23:43:31 EST ID:m47PjyDa No.173545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173544
The same reason people think colors represent what's in an ecstasy pill. People are retarded and spread bullshit.


RYO general by Hugh Happerwutch - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 00:52:57 EST ID:xHGxX/HH No.172946 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Whatcha
>smokin on
>rollin with
Optionally,
>filterin with

After a year or so of smoking tailormades I have seen the light.
Never rolled joints or anything so pls no bully my rolly.
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Walter Blommleshit - Tue, 02 May 2017 00:42:38 EST ID:OVTtRwfZ No.173466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172946
just started rolling my own. That fresh tobacco hits you so much better than pre-rolled. Rolling at first was hard, but i got the hang of it and made a really nice roll. But ive since lost my dexterity to roll another great one.

im smokin that spirit black, sprinkled with clove. i can make a joint, no problem, but keeping a consistent roll when using a filter is a bit hard.
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Fuck Blunkinkat - Fri, 05 May 2017 19:47:22 EST ID:bRQ2dtDE No.173471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Red, filtered Luckies. Call me a pleb if you want.
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BLINKEYBiLL - Sun, 07 May 2017 01:02:24 EST ID:yUF7wzZj No.173474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173054
cHAMPION RUBY? only royal smokers?
Australians: champion ruby for everyone and white ox for srayians on paper
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duiguy - Wed, 31 May 2017 19:49:03 EST ID:tUXmk9vV No.173522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How long should a pouch of american spirit last? I find myself smoking about 5 a day, small fags, and some packed full. I dont use filters, and ive gone through 2 pouches in a bout 2 months.

whats the equivalent to prerolled packs?
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Nell Pallychire - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 02:12:37 EST ID:3AleRz0f No.173543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Friend of mine gave me these are they good or bad?


Canadian cigarettes by Priscilla Socklehet - Sun, 21 May 2017 20:35:53 EST ID:7WyubmZ2 No.173506 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I live in Canada and Canadian cigarettes are expensive ($10-$12 per pack to America's $5 or less per pack). Not only that, the US of A seems to have a larger selection. I mainly smoke Export A Gold but I've been known to smoke Paul Mall XL from time to time. Can anyone recommend some good Canadian cigarettes? I like my cigs smooth but strong aka bold
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Walter Blummlesire - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 02:22:24 EST ID:HW5EtJNf No.173534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173506
number 7 reds, next reds. Smooth, bold.
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Jack Blengershaw - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 19:51:17 EST ID:QOQPJPOQ No.173541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I used to smoke Next Gold, they're a nice balance between strong/smooth. Rothman Specials and Belmont Special are good medium body smokes too if I remember correctly but Belmont's are fucking luxury tier price-wise if you live in the western provinces, they used to be dirt cheap to buy in Ontario as far as Canadian smokes go but that could have changed, its been awhile.


Archieving perfect feeling sedaded chill with nicotine by Phineas Draddleshaw - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 20:33:55 EST ID:TyBJP2Da No.173535 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a very random cigarette smoker and sometimes using pipe tobacco with a pipe as well as an e-cigar. Mostly going with nicotine gum though. Not feeling addicted though - it is always random and not every day. I begun to use it for anxiety, but I'm not anxious anymore and now instead using it for stimulation. I read that if you take small amounts of nicotine it is stimulating, and if taking large amounts it is nicely sedeating. I am having trouble archieveing the later, but I'd like to. Problem is, when I've reached stimulation, which is fun, if I keep doing more I soon end up feeling nauseous and uncomfortable instead. Should you just keep pushing it? I've only few times reached the nice sedation and it was always by smoking pipe really hard but very slowly - building the state over as long as one hour. Any tips? Am I just unfortunately oversensitive? I know u could chill out with weed, but that on other hand feels overly sedative and I mostly don't prefer the slight psychedelia and affected run of thoughts + here it's illegal.
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Frederick Blatherstone - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 00:56:09 EST ID:IOyO+HOl No.173538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173535
I recommend weed for you tbh
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Frederick Blatherstone - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 00:56:09 EST ID:IOyO+HOl No.173539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173535
I recommend weed for you tbh
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Jack Blengershaw - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 19:28:43 EST ID:QOQPJPOQ No.173540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nicotine isn't sedating at safe doses, too much of it might make you feel faint but that's only happening if you take enough to cause nicotine poisoning. If you mean the relaxing effect people get from smoking tobacco, it's caused by a combination of smoking technique and other chemicals/toxins that are in the tobacco smoke that can influence the effects of the nicotine. There's lots of chemicals in tobacco besides nicotine that can influence the buzz, some have a mild psychoactive effect(like maoi type effects) and some are just helping to cut off oxygen to your brain that can seem sedating I guess, it's more noticeable to recreational smokers than addicts who smoke on a regular basis.

You won't get a sedative effect from oral dosing the nicotine, have a beer or something with the nicotine if you want a more relaxing type experience but that's just a guess, I don't know how oral/sublingual nicotine feels with booze. Some people like to smoke cigarettes only when they're boozing though, it's called getting crossfaded and feels quite nice.


Your go-to pack of choice by Nathaniel Billinghood - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 21:47:07 EST ID:BWa0qq0d No.169836 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Eliza Gaggledidge - Tue, 16 May 2017 21:43:17 EST ID:BPDD7FRO No.173494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Brazilian here. Sorry for the shitty camera quality.
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Eliza Gaggledidge - Tue, 16 May 2017 21:45:31 EST ID:BPDD7FRO No.173495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171770
What other cigarettes of Souza Cruz have available to buy in Germany? Curious Brazilian here. Where they are made?
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Jarvis Benkinkidging - Wed, 17 May 2017 22:59:28 EST ID:9MRczgil No.173500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173494
Best cheap legal filters. Derby sucks, and if you wanna go cheaper just the imported 'not quite legal' San Marino, Gift, R7, Outback... But being a brazilian as well I'd prefer most brands of packaged or self-made palhas (aka paiol, palheiro). But I do like the red Minister here and there. Great vintage propaganda they had btw.
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Doris Crundleson - Thu, 18 May 2017 17:01:26 EST ID:pYLi37Z9 No.173502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171770

I too my friend go for Dunhill. Usually white. But then i tend to do the Dunhill rainbow depending on the mood and sometimes I jump to black or red thinking i will smoke less (filthy lies and repressed deceptions) then go down to blue and finally come back to Dunhill white for a few months.
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Emma Gallerspear - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 19:09:40 EST ID:wEYW+w2M No.173533 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>169836
In high school I smoke Gitanes wide without filter, but Germany to the end of 90's was limited level of nicotine


First cigarette by Esther Bripperforth - Tue, 08 Sep 2015 01:24:38 EST ID:4BhQdaMp No.170202 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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when did you have your first cigarette?
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Thomas Huttingsad - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 06:18:40 EST ID:QDv9GSpZ No.173526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It was early 2006 when I was 12, I stole one of my Mom's Somona Light 100's.
Lit it up in the field and after that I started stealing full flavored from my dad.
About three months into this my dad caught on to this. We went to walmart one day and got his cigarettes and we went back into his truck. After we both got in he says "cigarette?" I was shocked so I denied I smoked because he thought I was going to be pissed since I was only 12. He told me he knew all about my smoking and said he didn't care because he started smoking at my age. From that point on he got me cigarettes when if I gave him money for them, got my first pack of Marlboro reds after that.
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Polly Cattingwater - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 06:40:50 EST ID:oO/5McPX No.173527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Was maybe 14? Went to a friends house to get tobacco to mix with weed (as is the standard where I live) Offered me one, nice buzz until about half way through I felt like I was dying.
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Nicholas Pibbleford - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 13:02:56 EST ID:yKf5mxEg No.173528 Ignore Report Quick Reply
when I was 13 my friend and I would walk through this plaza with a lot of ash trays and take half smoked cigarettes then burn the butts to "clean" them and then smoke them
my first full cigarette was the same year when a different friend's mom gave me one
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Nicholas Blammerbanks - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 23:38:45 EST ID:FmnFZ8tB No.173529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First time I had a cigarette was when I turned 19, the legal smoking age here in Canada and I bought my first pack.. First tobacco of any kind though I was 16 and I had a cigar with my friends.
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Emma Gallerspear - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 18:56:42 EST ID:wEYW+w2M No.173532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>170202
I was 5 or6 yo


UK wants to ban smoking in homes. by Edward Blathercocke - Sun, 07 May 2017 20:17:54 EST ID:6QR6UCpU No.173475 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3503143/council-tenants-could-soon-be-banned-from-smoking-inside-their-own-homes-in-bid-to-protect-children/
Another retarded idea. I don't see how me smoking in my room hurts a child when I don't have any children of my own. Sure, maybe some smoke gets out, but it will be less than the pollution and toxins from car fumes anyway. This is just controlling what people can do in their own homes now. Another stupid law, it will just get people smoking in the garden and out the windows, which is more likely to subject their neighbours and children to second hand smoke than keeping it in their room. Even more retarded than banning packs of 10 for a minimum pack of 20. How will making people buy more cigarettes make them cut down on smoking? I really hate the UK and our shitty, nannying, authoritarian cunts of a government.
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Edward Smallstone - Wed, 10 May 2017 16:39:13 EST ID:sxLLSlub No.173484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173475

Doesn't the UK ban everything though? It would be weird for them to not ban this after butter knives and intercourse with your own race.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sun, 14 May 2017 01:22:46 EST ID:PvFP2OSK No.173490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173475
You're clearly not thinking of the children.
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Clara Decklekune - Sun, 28 May 2017 06:12:25 EST ID:2qXMjo0D No.173518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
To be fair, it's not in all homes, just those provided by the council (I believe the American equivalent would be Section 8). I think they're clumsily framing it but it does cost a lot to clean up a home where someone has smoked long-term and you're hardly going to get that money from the people who are provided with council homes.

Personally, I always smoke outdoors anyway since I don't like the smell (protip: a smoking jacket isn't just a slightly oddball fashion statement, it's legitimately useful for keeping your clothes from smelling).
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Nicholas Blammerbanks - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 23:53:58 EST ID:FmnFZ8tB No.173531 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Faggot lobsters should have rebelled now you have no FREEDOM. You can't smoke indoors or watch BDSM porn now. Meanwhile 6 million Smumslims come in and gang rape your daughter and you can't do anything about it because of political correctness.


Choline supplements to quit smoking by Wesley Gicklemedge - Tue, 30 May 2017 20:01:21 EST ID:fYTxfG80 No.173521 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone ever tried it? Did it work?
I have sensitive pansy lungs so even my relatively light habit has fucked me up somewhat, looking to get that mental acuity/temporary contentment without shitting up the rest of my body


Dip thread / BWD by Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 01:29:03 EST ID:vVt7LlfN No.167630 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Riding high on some Ethylphenidate with a fat lip of pic related. Playing guitar. Feels good man.

Who else likes dip? What kind? Experience dipping while on other drugs?
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Shitting Pinkingold - Sat, 20 May 2017 10:36:17 EST ID:FbahJdF7 No.173505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173212
Pic related, hard to find but from what I hear it's dank.
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Hannah Claystock - Sat, 27 May 2017 03:57:55 EST ID:sXrdcCyf No.173514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173498
>I want to start smoking

Why? I'm genuinely curious. I've never experienced any positive effects from smoking except a headspin (which is only subjectively positive).
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 27 May 2017 23:48:09 EST ID:QSFQtF9I No.173517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173504
Good choices. I like Kodiak Wintergreen too.

I usually hold it in for ~30 minutes, but it depends on the activity. The buzz peaks after just a few minutes, and by keeping it in longer, you gain very little but the flavor and the satisfaction of something keeping your mouth occupied.

NB because I ran out of dip and didn't feel like buying more. I'll call it a tolerance break.
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Phineas Dingerfoot - Tue, 30 May 2017 13:41:58 EST ID:Z4wiDZYq No.173519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173514
Mostly because I used to be a heavy pot smoker in my teens and I'm just looking for something to take the edge off of all the bullshit I put up with. That and everyone around me dips. I quit smoking pot last August for the job I currently have which drug tests (Marine Corps). I would still smoke weed if i could but obviously its out of the question. I cant really smoke bogies either bc altbough they make me feel nice for about five minutes,if I smoke more than one I get dissy and nauseous. The effects I get from dip are much less anoying,the buzz comes on more gradually and its much more mellow and relaxing than cigarettes,which I dont really like the head rush from. Also the fact that it fucks up your lung capacity makes it a no go for me either.
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Phineas Dingerfoot - Tue, 30 May 2017 13:46:14 EST ID:Z4wiDZYq No.173520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173517
I did manage to find some red seal and I happened to liked it, although it was a little too dry for my tastes. Rn Im dipping grizzly longcut mint but ive seen kodiak a few times already and ill have to try that next.


Herbal smokes by Shit Popperworth - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 09:45:07 EST ID:fFTDGU1H No.173386 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thinking about trying herbal cigarettes, what are your opinions on them? Can you recommend anything?

Just curious if they would be a better alternative to tobacco, only concerned about increasing blood flow by quitting bacco.
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Charlotte Passleford - Sat, 27 May 2017 05:47:28 EST ID:Eo4JcaL0 No.173516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you do try them, it might ruin the illusion that you like smoking cigs because smoke looks cool. You only like smoking because nicotine injects dopamine into your brain


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