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    Default I wrote a book mean to be read while you are high

    You'll love this. What if I told you reading a short story could feel like reading an entire novel?

    "I bet that's impossible," you're smiling already. "Is this some classic blunder?"

    But somehow, you imagine how intense of an experience it would be... Well, here it is.

    Personally, I find reading on cannabis a wholesome, out-of-earth activity. Maybe you'll too. The file is attached below:



    [/SIZE]Go for it, and tell me what you think below. (Is the font alright? How was the experience? Your feedback?)

    But WHY?? Why not go for a full-blown trip?

    I compare it to driving. Sometimes, we prefer to walk instead – to enjoy the scenery simply for the sake of it. This activity shouldn’t replace full-blown trips. It should be an enlightening, fresh and fun experience, just like walking in the park instead of driving on the highway. Doesn't mean parks are less beautiful.

    Much love. Enjoy and cheers!! (:
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    Welcome to the Talk dude, enjoy.

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    Welcome to the forum mystic

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    This evening, I shall attempt to get stoned, read the book and review it here.

    First, however, I must nap.
    Neckbeard, cute dog, pansy-ass fuck pursuing herb immunity since 1966

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    That was a short story

    From behind the bushes


    "Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post

    First, however, I must nap.
    Are you a cat in real life?

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    At precisely 16.30 (GMT) and as suggested by the author, I administered cannabis via the medium of vape and began reading.

    By 16.38, I had completed all three short stories.

    All three are unquestionably written by the same human as they are all as wretched as each other. Pretentious prittle prattle that I should like to highlight with two passages taken from TWO DIFFERENT STORIES (FFS)

    Story 1.: "When I looked closer, I noticed an alliance of galaxies...They reminded me of cornflakes scattered in milk, unattended and already moist"

    and

    Story 2.: "You are eating your morning cereal. The milk doesn’t know. It doesn’t ask."

    The author is either a wake and bake specialist and prefers to write whilst the rest of the house sleeps, or, more likely, when food is pushed under his door by a tearful parent.

    In story 3., we are treated to this, a fish-bone analogy which, in all honesty, I'd have preferred never to have read, so poor is it:

    "They stuck like ideologies, and they were painful to wash down."

    All in all, no amount of home-grown can redeem this utter drivel.

    1 star out of 5 - I quite liked the font.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    At precisely 16.30 (GMT) and as suggested by the author, I administered cannabis via the medium of vape and began reading.

    By 16.38, I had completed all three short stories.

    All three are unquestionably written by the same human as they are all as wretched as each other. Pretentious prittle prattle that I should like to highlight with two passages taken from TWO DIFFERENT STORIES (FFS)

    Story 1.: "When I looked closer, I noticed an alliance of galaxies...They reminded me of cornflakes scattered in milk, unattended and already moist"

    and

    Story 2.: "You are eating your morning cereal. The milk doesn’t know. It doesn’t ask."

    The author is either a wake and bake specialist and prefers to write whilst the rest of the house sleeps, or, more likely, when food is pushed under his door by a tearful parent.

    In story 3., we are treated to this, a fish-bone analogy which, in all honesty, I'd have preferred never to have read, so poor is it:

    "They stuck like ideologies, and they were painful to wash down."

    All in all, no amount of home-grown can redeem this utter drivel.

    1 star out of 5 - I quite liked the font.
    Lol don’t hold back Herb lmao

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    Shame he's banned he'll never get to read your review

    From behind the bushes

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    There's a critical difference between US and UK psychedelics and not many manage the cross-over. I can see what the guy is getting at from a US perspective, but to a UK reader it just comes over as pretentious nonsense.

    For example, in Britain, from the outset, classic psychedelia was introverted and child-like and always looking back - Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane, Sunny Afternoons and my Bert's lumbago....I've got a bike, you can ride it if you like...and a mouse called Gerald (for some reason)

    In America, The Doors were breaking on through to the other side - expansive and without boundaries. World's apart.

    If you want to break America, you'd best not be writing about Parklife or Village Greens.

    Equally, if you want to break the UK, don't be Nickleback.

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    Food pushed under the door by a tearful parent pmsl

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    Just like every forum needs a hotshot for 'thanks', every forum needs a Herb for a good old laugh from time to time ...had me in stitches

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