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Differences/similarities between alcohol and marijuana


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Differences:

Marijuana:
can make you quiet, paranoid, "stoned" feeling of having your mind wander off

Alcohol:
typically makes people louder, makes things dizzy and blurry, can blackout, get sick etc, can kill you, cant drive while drunk

Similarities:
both make you laugh, both can make you sleep, both make music sound better, both can be used as a "love drug"

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Differences:

Marijuana has a pleasent (at least for me) hangover/afterglow

Alcohol has one of the worst hangovers

Similarities:
both enhance almost everything in this world for the better

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Differences:

Marijuana has a pleasent (at least for me) hangover/afterglow

Alcohol has one of the worst hangovers

Similarities:
both enhance almost everything in this world for the better

i agree witht he "pleasent hangover". if you feel anything the next day after baking, its more of a tired feeling that goes away after like an hour. alcohol hangovers can last all day.

its crazy how people are against marijuana yet drink like crazy and think a big hangover is no big deal. its like "bitch, look, marijuana is not bad for you and alcohol is killing you, ok?"

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One is used to get women into bed.

The other is used to get em' out.

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It is more fun being drunk.

imo

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Weird, i feel the opposite. I only started smoking like 3 years ago, and maybe once a month, so every single time i smoke, i get zoooted.

Im more used to alcohol and can control it a lot better

Also
Differences

Marijuana: i think everyone knowns im high (in reality they can't tell)
I am such a paranoid driver and sweating balls when driving, extra careful

Alcohol: i think i can play off being drunk (i am visibly drunk)
I am a cocky speeding driver, i think i can drive fine (i don't do this anymore), thanks to marijuana
i kno its a bad habit too
Similarities both will fuck u up if caught driving under influence

Edited by NYZSourDee, 03 July 2012 - 05:23 AM.


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Weird, i feel the opposite. I only started smoking like 3 years ago, and maybe once a month, so every single time i smoke, i get zoooted.

Im more used to alcohol and can control it a lot better

Also
Differences

Marijuana: i think everyone knowns im high (in reality they can't tell)
I am such a paranoid driver and sweating balls when driving, extra careful

Alcohol: i think i can play off being drunk (i am visibly drunk)
I am a cocky speeding driver, i think i can drive fine (i don't do this anymore), thanks to marijuana
i kno its a bad habit too
Similarities both will fuck u up if caught driving under influence

you cant deny driving high is A LOT easier than driving drunk. i have only drivin after drinking ONE time. i was very concentrated on the road and tried my best not to fuck up. on the other hand, i have never had problems drivng high. maybe when i am beyond blazed, but then i just completely focus on the road and all is good.




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