Weed: So bored without it.
Basically – I’m 24. I’ve been smoking since 14, regularly since 16 (every day). When I was 21 it hit me that I was only sober 1 day a year (and those days were because I couldn’t find any).
I love weed. It helps me live. When I don’t smoke, I just feel bleh. Unmotivated. Uninspired. Unhappy. I have a hard time staying productive sober, probably because of the nagging ‘this would be better high’ mentality that sticks with me.
I’m really at a stand still. As long as I’m high, I’m happy (good bud, no reggie). Actually, reg depresses me. Why do I have to pick out stems and seeds to get a lesser bud just because I can’t run to the store and pick up an 8th of medical grade? I digress.
I’m an intelligent person. Were it not for weed, I’d probably be a real prick. It let me see what it’s like to not always have the answer, to have to study, to be ‘normal’.
Years of smoking (10 years, after all) and my mind hasn’t slipped. If only it were legal in my state, I’d be one happy camper.
So here I sit, sober, bored, wondering.. Should I: a) Quit smoking it (I don’t miss it as much when I’ve been without for a few weeks), b) Keep paying ridiculous prices for something that grows naturally, or c) Move to a state where it’s legal.
Or whatever else. I’m just trying to kill my day since I can’t seem to get anything done.
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Try combining weed with amphetamine, it’s great! You’re totally an abuser, so I don’t mind sharing the tip with fellows. I pop a Vyvanse(adderall pro-drug) for the pure motivation and awareness, then smoke as per normal throughout the day. The vyvanse prevents you from getting lazy or puffy red-eyes, and the weed keeps you calm and creative.
Oh yea, this was about what to do without drugs… hmmm….
Smoke weed less often, work on finding other hobbies. Too much of one thing sometimes makes us leave out other things and make our lives seem like a routine. Go out there, do what you like doing best(other than weed, better than weed, more rewarding than weed). Maybe you need a drastical change in your life.
@kcdwayne, if you know weed makes you a better person (you said without it you’re a prick), you can afford to buy it, and you still get all your work done, I say keep up the tokage. Provided your work and relationships aren’t harmed by your weed use, why quit? Or it may be wise to not completely cut out weed, but rather cut back on how much you’re buying. I’m a daily smoker so I know how you feel homey.