Tuesday, May 5, 2009
As much fun as it is to break into trailers, there are times when it gets a little boring. You want to experiment with altered mental states, but you don't know how and you're willing to try anything.
Rabbit Tobacco: I had heard about this from someone at school. I knew we had it in our backyard; why not try it? My sister and I stole a lighter from the house and got some notebook paper for rolling it. The fringe from the spiral was still on it. We picked some leaves and rolled it into the paper and lit it up. It probably would have helped to know that it's supposed to be dried out first since we were using fresh leaves. We tried to smoke the skank weed, but nothing really happened at all. It was still fun lighting it on fire. Lighting fires in the woods was a hobby of ours so even if we didn't get high, we had that.
Pass Out: This is a game that involves hyperventilation and choking. It's not for the faint of heart. We would stand against a wall and then bend over and start hyperventilating. After we started feeling lightheaded, we'd straighten up and have someone come over and push against our neck until we "passed out". I'm not sure what the attraction is to blacking out, but it passed the time in an interesting way.
Secondhand Pot: I had tennis class in the afternoon and we had to walk along this breezeway to get to the courts. Often kids would be skipping class to smoke out there and just taking a casual stroll and lingering near them would give you a pleasant buzz. Giggling uncontrollably while playing tennis in 90 degree heat is insanely enjoyable. Once my calculus class had an infestation of yellow jackets and we had to go and do our work outside on the benches near those kids and it was the first time I actually liked doing math!
Not having pocket money, we had to find creative ways to have good times. I'm sure there are other failed experiments that I can't remember, but I'm sure all of them were dangerous and foolish.
*Disclaimer: Kids, do not try any of this at home!
Posted by Jessica at 11:40 AM