So tonight is the night my coworkers reveal they are potheads. Lulz.
Supposed to be getting interviewed for a barista position next month. Really don’t care to be a barista or take people’s ridiculous coffee orders. And I’ve smoked twice last week for brief periods of time so that won’t help with any drug tests that I may have to take. But the coffee shop is walking distance from my house so that’s something.
I really, really don’t like being pressured to take substances after I have expressed I’m not interested. It’s so rude. It’s one thing if someone is unsure but showing curiosity, and another for someone to say “no thanks, it’s not really my thing”. Is it so hard to just respect someone’s choice? I say this because someone tried to talk up a branch/type of drug after I said “that’s not something I want to get into”. I really don’t care what I’m missing out on. If I did, I’d ask. And besides, why the fuck would you want to get somebody into more drugs than they already may dabble in? I’m not anti-drugs. But I’m not pro-try-everything-you-possibly-can because “hurr durr YOLO” or simply because you can get a hold of it, either.
Can someone enlighten me on why there is a sudden crack-down on California dispensaries? I realize it’s against federal law, but it seemed “okay” up until now. What changed? What is the government’s goal in doing this?
One day I went on a long, long walk around town with some friends. It was more exercise in a day than I had gotten in weeks. My muscles were tired and sore by the end of the day. I ended up going to a party later and smoking a blunt. By the time it hit me, I was in almost crippling pain. I had to lie down and try not to cry. The ache was intense. Has anyone else had physical pain intensified by smoking weed?