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QUESTION:
Fellow stoners: What does it feel like to toke up?

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  1. La la la la land

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  2. at first you'll feel a little foggy, then everything will seem very funny. you'll definitely know you're not sober. after the laughing stage wears off you'll probably get hungry, and then after that you'll feel sleepy (referred to as being burnt out). and that's about it.

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  3. I tend to get pretty abstract even when I'm sober, but when I'm high I feel like I can understand time and higher dimensions in a more fundamental way. I feel honest and forthcoming and I can talk about my passions with new clarity and vigor. My vision goes to shit -- I can still see, but my brain cannot interpret what I'm seeing. (I once couldn't find my way out of a field.) I'm often worried that I'm not being clear, so I will belabour a point to death. And there's the paranoia -- I'm comfortable enough with my friends, especially if they're high or drunk, too, but I feel very scrutinized by all sober people. Going out in public while high makes me very uncomfortable, and my friends and I have rock-paper-scissored over who had to answer the door for pizza. I have anxiety, and while weed doesn't make the cyclical thoughts go away, it does remove the fear that goes along with them. However, the paranoia may or may not have played a role in my first panic attack. (I've had more panic attacks while sober, though) Sometimes it makes tv shows way better, sometimes it makes them unwatchable. Doctor Who especially can really go either way. All food tastes amazing. Orgasms are on another level.

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    1. Sex is alright... but jerking off is incredible stoned

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  4. If you don't know what it feels like to "toke up" then you have no right to call stoners your fellows.

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  5. Usually feel a slight pressure behind my eyes, feel a little bit more giggly and carefree (excepting the very odd time I become paranoid), and I think weirder thoughts. I've always sort of thought of it as feeling like a warm hug for your mind.

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