Its a thin line between Love&Hate

aboutthatplurlife:

times-like-these7:

sorelatable:

If your name is on one of these I just wanna let you know your parents are basic bitches with no creativity

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Sounds like someone’s sad they couldn’t find their name on a coke bottle

Basically

the-blistering-idiot:

Drugs under microscope: Cocaine

“It’s not the side-effects of the cocaine - I’m thinking that it must be love.
It’s too late to be grateful,
It’s too late to be hateful,
It’s too late to be late again,
The European cannon is here.” ― David Bowie

Cocaine is a naturally derived CNS (central nervous system) stimulant extracted and refined from the Coca plant grown primarily in the Andean region of South America. Cocaine is typically a white-ish powder with a bitter, numbing taste. It is most often insufflated (snorted), though it can also be injected and used orally.

While powder cocaine can be smoked to some effect (despite common belief otherwise), it is a very inefficient method of ingestion. Because of the high temperatures present when smoking, powder cocaine tends to burn rather than vaporizing. For this reason, freebase cocaine, also known as crack in its street form, is created from powder cocaine for smoking. Freebase cocaine vaporizes at smoking temperatures providing more effect with less material, as well as faster onset and a more intense high than powder cocaine.

Problems:

Street cocaine is quite often impure. The more direct the route of administration, the more dangerous this can be. Injecting impure cocaine can be deadly. Repeated snorting can cause severe damage to the nose. Smoking of freebase cocaine can cause breathing difficulties.

Contraindications 

Research shows that cocaine use during pregnancy may increase chances of miscarriage, premature labour, and stillbirth.

Cocaine is likely to be passed to a child during breast-feeding, resulting in irritability and lack of appetite in the baby.

Addiction Potential 

One of the most problematic aspects of cocaine is its addictive qualities. While cocaine is not believed to be physically addicting, it is, without a doubt, psychologically addicting. Those who use cocaine heavily or regularly frequently encounter great difficulty ceasing use.

Many people find themselves drawn to overusing both crack and powder cocaine. Initial tolerance develops rapidly, especially with heavy use, though tolerance appears to level off relatively quickly (users do not generally require more and more material over time, once they have reached heavy use).

Effects:

As with many substances, the effects of cocaine depend greatly on the person and the dose. Possible effects include feelings of well-being, decreased appetite, stimulation, sexual arousal, and increased focus. Negative effects can include increased body temperature and heart rate, agitation and anxiety, paranoia, dizziness, nausea/vomiting, violent 
behavior, kidney failure, seizure, stroke, and heart attack.

Onset 

Onset varies depending on method of ingestion. Snorting cocaine will produce effects within a minute. Smoking freebase cocaine produces effects almost immediately…often before exhaling. Injected cocaine also produces effects within a few seconds.

Duration 

The effects of snorted cocaine are quite short with the primary high lasting only 20-40 minutes. This is one of the reasons leading to problems with addiction. As the effects wear off, more is often snorted. This pattern of repeated use can quickly move in the direction of addiction. A hit of smoked Crack (freebase cocaine) will typically produce effects lasting 5-15 minutes.

Information taken from - Erowid

the-blistering-idiot:

Drugs under microscope: Cocaine

“It’s not the side-effects of the cocaine - I’m thinking that it must be love.
It’s too late to be grateful,
It’s too late to be hateful,
It’s too late to be late again,
The European cannon is here.”
― David Bowie

Cocaine is a naturally derived CNS (central nervous system) stimulant extracted and refined from the Coca plant grown primarily in the Andean region of South America. Cocaine is typically a white-ish powder with a bitter, numbing taste. It is most often insufflated (snorted), though it can also be injected and used orally.

While powder cocaine can be smoked to some effect (despite common belief otherwise), it is a very inefficient method of ingestion. Because of the high temperatures present when smoking, powder cocaine tends to burn rather than vaporizing. For this reason, freebase cocaine, also known as crack in its street form, is created from powder cocaine for smoking. Freebase cocaine vaporizes at smoking temperatures providing more effect with less material, as well as faster onset and a more intense high than powder cocaine.

Problems:

Street cocaine is quite often impure. The more direct the route of administration, the more dangerous this can be. Injecting impure cocaine can be deadly. Repeated snorting can cause severe damage to the nose. Smoking of freebase cocaine can cause breathing difficulties.

Contraindications

Research shows that cocaine use during pregnancy may increase chances of miscarriage, premature labour, and stillbirth.

Cocaine is likely to be passed to a child during breast-feeding, resulting in irritability and lack of appetite in the baby.

Addiction Potential

One of the most problematic aspects of cocaine is its addictive qualities. While cocaine is not believed to be physically addicting, it is, without a doubt, psychologically addicting. Those who use cocaine heavily or regularly frequently encounter great difficulty ceasing use.

Many people find themselves drawn to overusing both crack and powder cocaine. Initial tolerance develops rapidly, especially with heavy use, though tolerance appears to level off relatively quickly (users do not generally require more and more material over time, once they have reached heavy use).

Effects:

As with many substances, the effects of cocaine depend greatly on the person and the dose. Possible effects include feelings of well-being, decreased appetite, stimulation, sexual arousal, and increased focus. Negative effects can include increased body temperature and heart rate, agitation and anxiety, paranoia, dizziness, nausea/vomiting, violent
behavior, kidney failure, seizure, stroke, and heart attack.

Onset

Onset varies depending on method of ingestion. Snorting cocaine will produce effects within a minute. Smoking freebase cocaine produces effects almost immediately…often before exhaling. Injected cocaine also produces effects within a few seconds.

Duration

The effects of snorted cocaine are quite short with the primary high lasting only 20-40 minutes. This is one of the reasons leading to problems with addiction. As the effects wear off, more is often snorted. This pattern of repeated use can quickly move in the direction of addiction. A hit of smoked Crack (freebase cocaine) will typically produce effects lasting 5-15 minutes.

Information taken from - Erowid

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green-globbin:

buttchunks:

A living legend.


Goals

green-globbin:

buttchunks:

A living legend.

Goals

1. I always write about you. I don’t really know how to write about anything else.
2. I hope no one else ever loves me since you can’t anymore.
3. It’s four a.m. I can still hear you breathing in my head. I should probably stop thinking of you.
4. Just leave. I don’t know what I’m doing. I’m trying to make your ghost love me and it’s not fucking working.
5. I need you to go. I love you more than I love me. I can’t do that. I always have to put myself first.
6. I wish I didn’t remember all the nice things you said to me. I might start to think you loved me.
7. I didn’t want to fight. I’m sorry. I love you.
8. I’m not keeping you here. You can leave whenever you want. I’m not going to beg you to stay.
9. I’ve done everything except break all my fingers for you. What the fuck do you want from me?
10. Stop haunting me.
Texts I Sent Your Phone After Your Parents Disconnected Your Number (#588: June 25, 2014)
And how odd it is
to be haunted by someone
that is still alive.
I Guess the Old You is a Ghost (#589: June 25, 2014)
The thing is, we could have. We could have done anything, could have done it all.
It’s the Only Thing I’m Really Sure About (#594: June 28, 2014)

I remember you. Every goddamn thing. I can see your face in my mind and I can hear your voice in my ears. I can feel your fingertips burning me and I remember.

God, do I remember.

You’re Not Who I Should Think About at 3 AM (#596: June 30, 2014)