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    Yeah I know, but what kind? Is it a type of Coke or what? What's it based upon?

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    its a designer drug..methylenedioxypyrovalerone
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    Want to know more?
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-new...-from-13090406

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    Jeez, you wonder what drives folk to take that shite? Are their lives *that* bad that they have to block it all out....? Or what's the attraction?

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    IME some people will take anything that's going. Doesn't need to be any reason for it.
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    There's always a reason... No-one 'normal' (happy and contented with life) would touch that shit.

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    Nobodies happy and contented all the time.
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    Sure, but you need to be pretty fucked up to take that shit. Even when I was a teenager, aside from the odd spliff and a few magic mushrooms, I stayed WELL clear of anything heavier. I didn't need to 'escape' from anything. There are plenty of such 'zombies' too around Wrexham town centre, mostly on 'spice'..

    It's a sad reflection of our society.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    There's always a reason... No-one 'normal' (happy and contented with life) would touch that shit.

    Marco.
    I consider myself to be reasonably happy and contented with life, but if something looked like fun, I wouldn't let anyone tell me not to do it, preferring to do some research then make up my own mind. Amazing I turned out normal really. Having said that, this monkey dust does NOT look like fun I worry for the kids of today.

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    I've noticed that people who have always been wealthy do a lot more drugs than people who have always been poor. You'd think it was just a question of economics and most of the time it probably is. But I've known a couple of poor people who totally cleaned up their act when they got wealthy, no more drink and drugs, healthy eating, running, cycling. And yet they were chronic users previously.
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