Some people will do ANYTHING to get stoned…
Here’s the latest stupidity from the Marching Morons, who apparently will do anything they can do to get high, since the law continues to keep up with them, banning more and more products that are getting closer and closer to average, everyday items we use around the house.
And the latest is bath salts.
Apparently it’s a certain kind of bath salts, those with the ingredients methylenedioxpyrovalerone and/or Mephedrone. These are contained in a specific brand of bath salts that’s apparently been marketed toward the stoner crowd, Ivory Soft:
Read what some of these morons are saying about their ‘high’:
Earlier today, my friend brought over a bag of novelty “bath salts” that he had bought from a local head shop in the area. I, being no stranger to the bath salts and knowing the euphoric and stimulant properties they hold I decided to indulge with him without question. We started with a 100mg line, snorting 50mg up each nostril. At first it felt like razor blades going up my nose, but it didn’t last long and was followed up by a huge rush of energy. I felt the need to jump up and do anything and everything. I could tell my friend was in the same mindset because when I glanced over at him he had already began pacing around the room, talking a mile a minute. This intense surge lasted for roughly an hour before it began to die down and I felt that I could actually sit down without jumping out of my skin. I didn’t feel the euphoria I felt with some of the other blends I had tried, only stimulation which was kind of a turn off for this blend. Not really suggested unless you want to pay for an expensive bath salt that just makes you uncomfortably awake.
We thought this person was kidding, until we read the rest of this garbage at the link:
Unbelievable. It’s one thing when people will get out and grow a plant that’s not indigenous to the area—or dry and smoke a plant that is, that will give people a high (and they do exist in the area)—but it’s quite another when people screw up everyday living by making it more difficult to obtain regular household, cosmetic or personal care items because THEY’RE USING THEM TO GET STONED.
It’s our understanding that Brandon Phelps is considering legislation banning the chemicals found in these particular bath salts (thus banning the salts themselves). That’s fine; but quite honestly, WHAT’S NEXT?
We’re kind of afraid to find out.
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