View Full Version : If you could take it back, would you?
05-03-2001, 08:18 AM
Many of you seem VERY anti-drugs, so I am wondering, if you could take it all back and have never messed with X or 'cid or whatever else, would you?
05-03-2001, 08:35 AM
NEVER!! i'm all about experiencing life in all ways...and i believe i have gained valuable knowledge of myself and others and some insight to a place where only i know exists ;) good question!
05-03-2001, 08:36 AM
i would never take a thing back i have done in my life. if i did take anything back who knows who i would be, where my life would be, etc, etc. i am pretty satisfied with who i have become.
Never I had so much fun doing drugs and now that I have gone through it all Im still having fun with ouot them. I take it as a learning experience. Don't knock it tell you try it. Thats not saying to go out and do a bunch of E but it is saying the only way that you flame an E-tard and truly understand them is to once be one.
05-03-2001, 08:52 AM
I am certainly not anti-drug. They just stopped being fun for me. I would not take back any of the experiences for anything. The combination of all my life experiences make me who I am today and I like that person. I guess if I could change anything about those times it would be my own level of responsibility (being safe, etc).
05-03-2001, 09:53 AM
No I wouldn't take it all back. It was actually doing all these drugs that made me realize how stupid it was to do so. At first its fun, but after a while it ceases to be so and you just stop. It is then that you can see how truly foolish it is to compromise your self control and the time in which you could actually be experiencing something other than intoxication. I am not antidrug by any means, I think everyone will go through some sort of experimentation, I am simply anti time wasting,and anti person with no dignity disrupting the fun of others.
05-03-2001, 12:16 PM
I would have never rolled so that I didn't have this massive tolerence and could atually get high this weekend. :D
05-03-2001, 12:18 PM
aaaaaaaaaaaw! lol :D
05-03-2001, 01:10 PM
I can't speak specifically on the subject~ but too many good things in life are dependant on the bad and vice versa. You learn from your mistakes and hopefully you grow from them. I would never change anything that had happened in the past, no matter how badly I might wish things had turned out differently, because the past is what makes me who I am today~
i'm not sure if i'd do it the same way, but i certainly don't regret anything
~GeE eYe JoE~
05-03-2001, 02:51 PM
I had alot of fun doing everything that I did. I wouldn't change it for anything. I have learned a great deal about life, and what kind of person I am.
05-03-2001, 10:32 PM
As Madonna said,"Absolutely no regrets".
All of the choices I've made, whether good or bad, have defined who I am today.
[ 05-03-2001: Message edited by: Nukegrrrl ]
05-03-2001, 11:30 PM
everything i have done has made me who i am today...i've been there and done that with drugs and actually, i'm glad that i went through it at a younger age because it opened my mind to new things, and taught me that there is something to learn from everyone and everything in your life...
good god...i feel like i'm a 23 year old living in a 18 year old's body...arg!!
05-03-2001, 11:33 PM
Nope. Like everyone else has said... It makes me who I am now. Also you are only young once then you have the rest og your life to wish you were young again.
05-03-2001, 11:44 PM
I would take back the IV speed and heroin abuse when I was like 17-18 but the acid and E were fun times.
05-04-2001, 01:20 AM
I learned so much about myself, I would never go back and change my drug experiementation! I don't think it is a bad thing at all, but them again I waited until I was 18 and mature enough to handle, it and make wise desicions about when, and where, and with whom.
05-04-2001, 07:38 PM
i'm not anti-drug. but yeah, i would. 15 yr olds don't really need to be doing coke, speed, e, experimental psychedelics, etc.
Miss Abra Rose
05-04-2001, 07:53 PM
I'm not anti-drug either, I'm just against the whole irrresponsible drug use. I wouldn't take back any of my personal experiences because I think I learned from them. I don't believe you should ever look back or regret anything that you do. *shrug* There isn't any point to regret. So I'd never take back anything I've done, stupid or not.
05-04-2001, 09:15 PM
Holy FUCK no!!! Drugs kick @$$... the key is to keep them in moderation, a tab here, a joint there... it keeps it real fun and exciting...
05-04-2001, 09:21 PM
Nope. I wouldn't decide not to do everything I've done when it comes to drugs. I have a list of drugs I've never touched, and ones I never plan to add to that list. I know something most people forget to remember. Moderation. If you're doing the drugs in moderation, not all the time, or eeeeevery once in a blue moon, then you're not really doing alot of harm to yourself. When you do them all the time, even the ones you think are safe, in their own way are making you fool yourself. But if it's just once in awhile, you should be all good...
But no, I have no regrets candyflipping my first time, at my first party. It made me open up to the scene, and more importantly, myself to people. Before that, I was always insecure and afraid of people sometimes. In a strange way, I'd say ecstacy and acid kinda opened up a door inside me I'd thought I'd never open....
05-05-2001, 12:56 AM
NO FUCKING WAY
I try to avoid it now for the most part. I would really have to say acid made me who I am now and E lead me in the right direction.
05-05-2001, 09:44 AM
05-05-2001, 03:02 PM
i'm sober now cause i choose to be for my own reasons, but i enjoyed my time high. i might have done it a little more responsibly now that i think about it. taking cash advances on your credit card for drug deals that go wrong is always a bad idea! :p
05-05-2001, 03:40 PM
Its all about the experience
05-05-2001, 11:54 PM
they gave me a way to look at life totally differently. It also made me help understand people in general, and then me not wanting to do drugs so much. So HELL No would I take it back, if I had the chance I would do all the drugs again for the first time.
05-06-2001, 04:06 AM
05-07-2001, 04:45 AM
I agree, a very good question.
I would take back the drug use if I would have known then how I can't just do drugs...I am predisposed to abuse them. I am now fairly dependent on marijuana and dabble too much in other ish...so even though I've learned and changed a lot with drug use, I think I could have learned the lessons in much less painful ways. Also drugs carry a harsh social stigma that I would like to be able to avoid, but alas, cannot.
"Look who do I have to have and why
A city's child
Real mode- you have to talk about it
An old pro- still we're 'bout it, 'bout it
Don't frown about it
It's best you keep quiet
You could never lead a riot
Money don't make you a leader
A leader usually reads
Go read a book
He shaked then he shook
"I need that crack, I need that crack"
You're swingin' the pipe
Do what you like
Goin' "doom doom"
Reflect on the room
Reflect on your life
Go stab yourself with a knife
Reflect on your life
Time isn't real
How much time
Can you kill?"
"I was tweakin by myself one night that's when I wrote this tune
Didn't have no need for that bed in my hotel room
Sometimes right now since I've left the pen
I feel like I'm right back in it again
Sometimes I play, waiting waiting for some bright holiday
So I got myself a gun and I'm right back right back where I'm from"
---Sublime "Right Back"
Perhaps those quotes mean more to me than to you...but sometimes you feel like the people making the music have been through almost exactly what you are feeling at the time.
[ 05-07-2001: Message edited by: aesthetica-go-go ]
05-07-2001, 10:46 AM
i take dugs, i don't like taking them but i do, and i probably always will, that's why i'd take it all back if i could
05-07-2001, 04:18 PM
Originally posted by fresh-n-clean:
<STRONG>i take dugs, i don't like taking them but i do, and i probably always will, that's why i'd take it all back if i could</STRONG>
i truely pity you.. seek help. from friends, family, professionals, what ever it takes. at least you have admitted to the problem, thats the first step..
05-08-2001, 12:41 AM
I would'nt take away the good memories and the fun times but to make things perfect like everyone else I would take back the bad trips and the body damage. However you cant have the best of two worlds so fuck it. Bottom line...nope.
05-08-2001, 04:38 PM
i can't say that i would take any experience that i've done away...i've always thought i could be drug free up until my senior year...i guess it would have been cool to not have done anything til i got out and say that i went all through high school being this good little girl..but it didn't happen and i don't regret it..you only live once..so what the hell...i'll say that goin to raves made me start on E and that's the worst thing that i've taken ..i don't do it all the time and i'm not addicted..but get this i took E before i got drunk and i've never smoked weed yet..and i don't plan too...but i've had soo much fun with all of you and that's why i wouldn't take it back.
Boucnin' Bridget of GAF Crew
05-08-2001, 06:49 PM
Heres the deal with me, I wouldn't take back trying the drugs that I have done, but I would definately take back the amount of the drugs that I did. Every drug I've done I've gone overboard with, ex. try acid a week later do it again, after that doing it every friday and saturday for 4 months straight. try E, next week Im sellin it and taking it about 4 times a week. I am in rehab now, I dont want to do anything but smoke weed. I dont feel that is my problem but I have to quit that, atleast untill I'm out of rehab. But once I'm out I know I will go right back to smoking again. I just dont want to fuck with any of the harder shit no more.
05-08-2001, 11:11 PM
Originally posted by Popeye:
<STRONG>i truely pity you.. seek help. from friends, family, professionals, what ever it takes. at least you have admitted to the problem, thats the first step..
i probably don't have as bad of a problem as that post makes it seem, my only real vice is pot, i smoke pretty much everyday. it doesn't however get in the way of my everyday life. i have bad anxiety problems that go away when i get stoned, i guess i'd rather get stoned every night instead of laying in bed worrying about things out of my control for hours at a time and get no sleep. i do very few other drugs and i don't do them often, it's just pot that won't go away. i could stop if i really wanted, but i feel the negatives would outweigh the positives
05-09-2001, 06:46 PM
I like the drugs and the amount of the drugs I take. Few and far between, but each has been a successful experience and has taught me something, even if it taught me never to touch it again ;) so yeah, no regrets at all :D :D
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