Maybe that’s why they’ll deny the potential for addiction one moment, and then spend hours trying to spread the disease to some braless slut the next. Marijuana becomes a substitute for healthy interactions and exercise As pot starts to become a recreational habit, the young user will let other aspects of his life suffer. Others never take up exercise at the moment when it should be a crucial counterpoint to the sedentary regimen of school or work.
In general, the smoker stops seeking healthy outlets of social interactions, opting instead for a tight circle of fellow users.
Pothheads seem to be popping up everywhere these days.
They’re in the pages of the New York Times as well as on our primetime TVs.
Part of the reason for this according to founder Justin Mateen, is that mobile phones – and smartphones in particular - have become so ubiquitous.
“Mobile phones have become an extension of who we are,” he tells The Huffington Post.
The settings tab allows you to choose whether you want to be matched with men or women or both, how far away you are willing to search (i.e. Pictures of potential suitors pop up on your screen one by one along with their ages (your age is also pulled from your Facebook profile), and whether you have Facebook friends or mutual interests in common.
The 18-year-old first kid was caught smoking what looks like a joint at a concert in a video that emerged Wednesday.The app then matches you to other Tinder users in the area around you – whether you’re at home, at work, in a bar, or on a trip.The app is free to download, and only takes a few seconds to install. Photos are automatically pulled from your Facebook profile pictures (the app allows you to delete whatever you don’t want available).An eyewitness claimed that Obama was smoking pot, according to the website.Obama sparked some controversy in July after she skipped out on Hillary Clinton’s historic speech at the Democratic National Convention to rock out at Lollapalooza instead.They’ve muscled in to our political debates and have even laid claim to huge portions of the internet for their very own. According to the media, “stoners” come in two types: they’re either buffoonish and harmless or comedic and brilliant. Today, we’re going to take a look at the characteristics that define the marijuana world, with a specific focus on the truths that make these people so annoying to mainstream society. Rather, we’re presenting an unflinching portrait of pot “culture,” a gruesome reality spawned from America’s relaxed attitude towards abuse, addiction and crime. Cancer cures, William Randolph Hearst, “Hemp for Victory,” big pharma, blah, blah, blah…