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bad trips
    #3223339 - 10/06/04 05:30 PM (13 years, 2 months ago)

i posed this the other day in responce to some other guys post but im sure a lot of you folks have allready taken a look at his post long befor i posted my response.

well my thoughts on bad Tripp's are that when u trip to the point where
you find your self in the middle of the solar system or go back in time to when the earth was a barren plant and these sights look realer than any thing you have every seen in your life it can be very frightening. i think that the first time any one goes Thur this they will likely call it a bad trip when i went Thur this i thought i was going to die and begged my friend to call a ambulance Lucky he did not call one in my opinion mushrooms are a lot more than a Saturday night high i think they force you to see life in its true form how many time do you hear someone say for a year after the trip they feel like nothing in life really matters and a lot of things we do in life are pointless some people call this mental illness i call it truth or a better term would be forced truth. what i mean by forced is that when someone takes a large dose of shrooms thinking they are just going to see some colors and melting walls and they find them selves talking a hard look at life it can be disturbing.

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Re: bad trips [Re: mushroomman23]
    #3223468 - 10/06/04 05:59 PM (13 years, 2 months ago)

Yeah, the bad trips can be the best ones.

The unexamined life ain't worth living.

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Re: bad trips [Re: mushroomman23]
    #3223492 - 10/06/04 06:05 PM (13 years, 2 months ago)

I totally agree wit you mushroomman

But I still try to enjoy life while I'm here even though I know its pointless. Although there is always the chance theres something after death, but I havnt made up my mind about that.


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