My only “funny” story about getting high was about fifteen years ago. I played trumpet at the time, so my lung capacity was pretty good. I held every hit until it came back around, so for about half an hour, almost all of what I was breathing was smoke. Then I giggled a lot and ate a box of Poptarts. That’s pretty much it.
Every time since then has involved a panic attack, and I never was super crazy about the stuff anyway, so it’s been years since I last gave it a go. I’m not anti by any means - legalize away - but it’s most definitely not for me.
@dannybeans I understand the panic attack, maybe its an aging thing, maybe it’s the strain. Anyway, it’s partly why I never ever do it except for a couple times when I’m in a safe and secure place. and there’s ice cream handy …
It is amazing the variations of snacks that get invented to feed one’s cravings. I tend towards chili, adding whatever ingredients get found in the fridge or cupboard. Meat, different beans, chili powder, corn, lentils, carrots, or whatever is found.
the thing about getting high is that you get hungry but you don’t do anything about it. i can remember coming home late and when it was finally wearing off making myself huge peanut butter and jelly sandwiches tho. i also distinctly remember one instance in which i had a particular craving for mashed potatoes.
now drunk munchies on the other hand, that’s where food is really dangerous. the will and the means to put away a ton of food. 7-11 potato salad, string cheese, and tacquitos are all things i gravitate toward. also a bacon omelette and hash browns if someone has gotten me to an ihop. ben & jerrys also used to be a popular grab for me but now i only crave sugar when i’m hungover.