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- Sun, 27 Sep 2020 14:30:23 EST rg2sfSv6 No.4941569
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Can insects get high? A few days ago a beetle was sitting on my window screen so i blew some smoke on him, and now this is the third day in a row he's been back on the window screen.

Guy could at least bring his own bud next time
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Salvageing THC Distillate - Sun, 27 Sep 2020 19:57:24 EST jxzxOno7 No.4941576 Reply
>>4941569
I'd like to think so. Although animals bodies are of course quite different than ours
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Sanford Black - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 05:26:49 EST FdzSPDym No.4941616 Reply
>>4941615
no its fucking not. Theyre two distinct classifications of arthropod you fuckwit.
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Connor Brapsack - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 05:27:33 EST iPd2lCOi No.4941617 Reply
>>4941615
arachnids are a subphylum of arthropod, as are insects, but arachnids are not insects.
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Penny Cancer - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 05:31:32 EST XyJn0h9B No.4941621 Reply
>>4941569
They're extremely persistent little buggers. They used to visit me every summer too and one of them even survived being zapped multiple times by my electrical swatter. Then I just put up a mosquito screen.
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Jenny Snodgold - Wed, 14 Oct 2020 20:46:40 EST AEQq08eC No.4941978 Reply
Yes because thats how the plants defend themselves by making insects unable to attack.
It probably affects them differently then us though.
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Graham Wummledale - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 05:50:49 EST jsCrw7UL No.4941996 Reply
>>4941982
so then it wouldnt be a waste you fucktard, you'd have a constructive use for the drug
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John Handstands - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 09:15:47 EST hA7EIrqj No.4942061 Reply
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>>4941569
Not sure if insects can get high, but long ago there was a thread about a dude who smoked a bowl of ants and claimed it got him buzzed. So you can get high on bugs, but the jury is still out on whether or not they get high.

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