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The only thing I hate about getting really really super baked is

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Sky Lucas, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. the foggy-ness and lethargic feeling the WHOLE next day. its like your timing is pinpoint and your just not as sharp. I freaking hate that
  2. I smoked so much weed last night it was unbelievable. This morning I was a really tired and lethargic but then I started waking up a bit and now I'm just a bit tired but completely normal. I guess it happens a lot more when you don't get a good night's sleep after though.
  3. Yeah especially in school. What mostly gets me the next day if I smoke a lot though is depersonalization
  4. It's just another day?
  5. Is the fact that I have to go buy more now!
  6. I don't know, I kinda like that feeling. I blaze at night, wake up and kind of just go on autopilot for my morning classes.
  7. I never get that. Me and my friends fucking blazed so much and went to sleep at 5am, then i woke up at 1pm on his couch and i was feeling energetic as fuck :smoke: Then we WOKE N BOKE
  8. eating all my food, thenbaking the next day and theres no food : ( . . . . . . lol
  9. Wow I seriously just made a thread on this kinda of because I got so messed up two days ago and I've been feeling a little autopiloty and depersonalized/dissociated the past two days! I thought something was wrong with me (not experienced) haha!

    Glad to know it's common and that I should be fine in a day or two! It's like you're only living in the current moment and become deeply focused and only focused on your present task?
  10. When I first started smoking and every few days after a T-Break I would experienced symptoms of low blood pressure. Now I highly doubt that my actual BP went low enough for me to get it checked out but I had felt like it was. It just lasted a day or two after but once I got back into the rhythm of smoking it went away. Maybe you have the same thing and gotta get used to it.

    Another thing could be dehydration. Make sure your drinking water before, after, and during your session.

    One thing I've noticed though is that 'hair off the dog' doesn't have to be about alcohol, if you get what I mean. ;)
  11. I use to feel lethargic after i came down off a high. but I never do anymore
    because i guess my tolerance has shot way up.

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