Just this past weekend, me and a few friends just happened to have 19 grams of massachusetts finest herb, so we had a huge tokefest the whole weekend. well, we were toking up in this cool spot we always go to in the woods. its a short walk from the local baseball and soccer fields, near a nice little country store. well, we were emerging from the woods on the path after quite a bit of "celebration". Now i look down on the ground, and what do i see? well i see hundreds of green leaves, most 4 or so inches in diameter. but these green leaves have seven jagged leaves each, and resemble a marijuana leaf! Well you can imagine our reactions to such a find, it was pure pandemomium, we had a lot of fun picking and taking pictures with our new found plants, and ironicly, it was the day we chose to film our marijuana movie for history class, so we added some cool scenes with that. but i am wondering what kind of plant this is, and if it is very common? i know it cant be real weed, i live in north east massachusetts..maybe just a common weed? ive seen plants like them before, but with only 4 or five leaves, never 7. this is one of the leaves...
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ it makes your cock smaller...when i started it already wasnt THAT big, but now its like a goddamn asparagus...-ATLANTASKI
'Ok, so I'm going to assume that you know someone named 'your' and he is, in fact, a homosexual.
Or do you mean to say: 'you're' gay?'-Tom Sorrell
i donno this for sure, but it could be jimsonweed. jimsonweed is a hallucinagin that is smoked or mixed into food- most commonly herbal tea. It is highly dangerous, and its experiences have been documented on occation. The reason for it being dangerous is that the line between euphoria and OD is so fine that it cannot be measured and varies greatly from person to person... therefore a pinch of jimsonweed- unlike marijuana- can kill and person and do nothing to others. The plant itself is widely available across the US, but not for sale. It is mostly consumed by adolescents interested in a cheap hallucinagenic drug but it rarely abused, as its abusers are probably dead. Consumtion of this plant can result in increased heart rate and intense sweating. I read up on intoxication stories. Often, users of the drug see objects that aren't there and are prone to grab them. Also, inanimate objects become animate, as in a case where a college student in the grand canyon began talking to a rock and ate dirt shortly before drowned in the colorado river. It gets its name from a period of consumption written up by Jamestown colonists. It was said that the consumers acted in "particularly queer" ways and woke up two days later not knowing exactly what happened. OD can be controlled by intense observation of the victim. The term "particularly queer" is very often associated with the behavior that arises from jimsonweed consumption. DANGEROUS STAY AWAY DO NOT SMOKETH THEE