This past weekend was one for experimenting.
That’s right people, I tried marijuana. So now I’m going to explain exactly how it felt for me (as best as I can, ’cause I was, like high, ya know?).
Four others and I trekked out to a big lawn on campus after an unsuccessful night partying and drinking. (I say unsuccessful because we weren’t getting super wasted or super hit on.) So, our one friend had . . . 4 grams I believe. We smoked 2. We used a bowl, and I actually lit it really well. (I’m getting the hang of it guys!) We were all freezing and we all got really giggly. I wasn’t super-duper high, but I was . . . good, to say the least. Slept like a frickin’ rock too.
Dressed up. Went out. Frustrations that will be saved for another post. Came back, not drunk and barely buzzed. So, we’re going to call him CT, asked me if I wanted to smoke (he was pretty tipsy). I reluctantly agreed. So him, me, and another girl went out and smoked. Bowl again. It worked a lot better. Dizzy, spin-y, flying high through nothing. Went inside, went in his room, smoked more with a vape. My hands were cold and I felt like my blood wasn’t circulating to my legs. I was quiet and cough-y and giggly. I couldn’t really think enough through the haze to speak. But yet, it was kind of a beautiful surrender. I was basically unable to do anything, express anything. I don’t remember everything perfectly. I know everything was shift-y and it was like the world spun around me. It was like everything was finally at peace.
Now, I am not meaning to glorify “drug” use with this. This is just one little girl’s experience with the world of pot, and it should be taken with a grain of salt. I don’t plan on becoming a pothead anytime soon (I’m too cheap for that shit), but I can see myself enjoying it from time to time. Who knows. It works a hell of a lot quicker and better than alcohol. Another bonus – I woke up feeling great today. Very unmotivated and sleepy, but great.
One revelation, though – the world may spin round and round, but it will always come back to what it was before.