How bout you grow the fuck up and take real drugs you dirty hippie
Hot rails of horse for this little barney
edibles at coachella doesn't sound appealing. good edibles will put you out and have you melt in the spot you're so comfortably laying in. not a good effect to have at coachella IMO
We walked in the Heinakin tent ....it was loud as fuck and thumping with some shit techno...but some fools were so wasted on psychedelics that they sat in there for hours.....same thing goes for the fucking open drums....some fools played them for long periods of time while others fucked outta their mind stayed there as we went past them going to the stages...
Would you honestly recommend not having any edibles during Coachella? All these undercover cop stories have me a little nervous to bring in a tiny pipe and toke up before bands.
What's the best approach to consuming two rolls? Take both simultaneously or space them apart?
Ask your drug dealer
"and always know your dealer"
how many people do you think roll at coachella.. ?
like ballpark percentage?
if in that hour you start rolling then wait a while [at least one hour] and take half.
really depends on your tolerance though. this is a pretty good way to go if it's your first time.
but in keeping with the rest of the replies, go hard or go home
If there was ever a drug to try for the first time at Coachella, Id say E. The first time I ever rolled was at Coachella 2010 and it was the best night of my life. I spent about 30 minutes in a portapotty (probably thinking I was gonna vomit but still having a really good time in that stall staring at the wall). I stumbled out into Hot Chip during "Over and Over" and it was ON.
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