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Told My Mom I Smoked On Accident.

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by BuffaloStoner, Jun 14, 2013.

  1. Yeah. I was blazed and she came in my room. The way she looked at me she knew I was high and we got in a fight about it the night before.
    Shit. I should just tell the story.
    She walks in my room while me and my buddy were playing nba. And I was the bigger man and apologized for the night before(as it was a big figt about if I smoked or not) she asked for what and this is we're mine and my (sober) buddy's story differ. I thought I said sorry for the fighting. He said I told her "I'm sorry I smoke". Yeah. Shitty way of doing it. I was gonna try and sit down with her and tell her but there goes that idea... She went on to talk about how if I wanna be a cop I can't smoke and she's afrai I'm gonna fuck up my life. But I went to see "Man of Steel" after. Great movie 👍
     
  2. Cool story.

    When do u turn 18?

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  3. This is my first post btw! 😁
     
  4. Wait, so you had a big fight argueing to your mom that you didn't smoke, and then the next day said "sorry I smoke" by accident?
     
    Shouldn't have lied in the first place brah. :confused_2:
     
  5. Yeah pretty much. It's been like a month long fight an it blew up yesterday. I'm thinking about telling her this weekend and explaining that I would quit before I apply for the sheriffs dept and that it isn't effecting my grades. And if she doesn't like the whole "smoke" thing. I'll bring up the pros of vaping
     
  6. I'll confirm this...this new generation of lil stoner kids don't listen to marley..they listen to techno and shit and have schoolwide orgies and "skittle parties" where they take a bunch of otc medication all mixed together.

    I completley made all this up bit I believe its true...
     
  7. But you don't know what I listen to or what I do so how can you confirm this
     
  8. I'm either not high enough to understand this thread or I'm too high to try
     
  9. The rules about cannabis and police recruits are being relaxed! :smoke:
     
    Seattle Police Department Loosens Rules On Marijuana Use For Recruit
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/19/seattle-police-marijuana-rules_n_2333912.html
     
    The way things are going, whether you relax off duty with a beer or a joint, shouldn't make that much difference in a few years!
     
    You might want to take a look at My List for some help. Here's a few to get you started-
     
    When Your Kid Smokes Pot       (news – 2008)
    http://mensnewsdaily.com/2010/08/08/when-your-kid-smokes-pot/
     
    Study of 4000 indicates marijuana discourages use of hard drugs.     (news – 2008)
    http://www.csdp.org/publicservice/medicalmj08.htm
     
    Merck Manual - Marijuana (Cannabis)       (excerpt - 2008)
    http://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/special_subjects/drug_use_and_dependence/marijuana_cannabis.html?qt=marijuana&alt=sh#v1027079
     
    Teen Pot Smoking Won't Lead to Other Drugs as Adults        (news - 2010)
    http://www.webmd.com/parenting/news/20100902/teen-pot-smoking-wont-lead-to-other-drugs-as-adults
     
    High Childhood IQ Linked to Subsequent Illicit Drug Use, Research Suggests
    (news – 2011)      http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/11/111114221018.htm
     
    Teen Marijuana Use May Show No Effect On Brain Tissue, Unlike Alcohol, Study Finds
    (news – 2012)     http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/21/teens-marijuana-brain-tissue-alcohol_n_2331779.html
     
    Teens who use only cannabis appear to function better than those who also use tobacco     (news - 2007)       http://www.news-medical.net/news/2007/11/06/32262.aspx
     
    Teens Who Smoke Marijuana But Not Tobacco Are Different From Other Teen Groups     (news - 2007)     http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/11/071105164453.htm
     
    Swiss Study Finds Marijuana Use Alone May Benefit Some Teens     (news - 2007)
     http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,308258,00.html
     
    Are Cigarettes More of a Drag on Teens than Marijuana?      (news - 2007)
    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=are-cigarettes-more-of-a
     
    I would strongly suggest that you read them before giving them to Mom!
     
    Hopefully those, or others from my List, will get you out of the worst of the trouble you are in.  But there is more for you to show Mom! You need to show her what cannabis can do (besides not screw up your life  :smoke: )!  These two articles are often enough in themselves to convince folks that there is much more to cannabis than getting high (although that is fun!).
     
    Marijuana May Slow Alzheimer's      (news - 2006)
    http://www.webmd.com/alzheimers/news/20061006/marijuana-may-slow-alzheimers
     
    “THC blocks an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase, which speeds the formation of amyloid plaque in the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease. The Alzheimer's drugs Aricept and Cognex work by blocking acetylcholinesterase. When tested at DOUBLE the concentration of THC, Aricept blocked plaque formation only 22% as well as THC, and Cognex blocked plaque formation only 7% as well as THC.”
     
     
    Pot compound seen as tool against cancer      (news – 2012)
    http://www.sfgate.com/health/article/Pot-compound-seen-as-tool-against-cancer-3875562.php#page-1
     
    “When McAllister and Desprez exposed the cells to cannabidiol in a petri dish, the cells not only stopped acting "crazy" but they also started to revert to a normal state… The researchers stressed cannabidiol works only on cancer cells that have these high levels of ID-1 and these do not include all cancerous tumors but, rather, aggressive, metastatic cells. But they've found such high levels in leukemia, colorectal, pancreatic, lung, ovarian, brain and other cancers.” [SIZE=10pt]  [/SIZE]
     
    When you go through my List, keep your family's medical history in mind. Did Great-uncle Joe die of Alzheimer's? Did your Mom's cousin Betty get breast cancer? Does Aunt Mary have fibro? Things like that!  Now as to how to get my List - all you have to do is send me an email! My email addy can be found at the bottom of my sig! The List is free and comes as a PDF. Good luck! And I hope to hear from you soon!
     
     
    Granny :wave:
     

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