So I was at work talking to my coworkers about trippy concerts. Things like "Dead" concerts and such where people smoke a lot. That lead us to talk about weed. I spoke about how a lot of people in college laced it. I also discussed how I never smoked it in college, mainly because I hated the smell. Also, because I just knew that the first time that I smoked it, it'd be laced with something and i'd end up on the Empire State Building naked. Now most people take this for what it's worth. They don't take my reasons word for word and dissect it. So, what does one of my coworkers say?
"It's a shame that you didn't have anyone that you could trust to smoke with."
Um really. It's a shame that i've never smoked weed? Thanks. I'll put it on my bucket list.
He was dead serious and said it so somberly. I looked at him like he was crazy and stated that it wasn't because I didn't have friends that I could trust, it just wasn't something that appealed to me. He really looked so sad. I never thought that the day would come where someone thought that you truly missed out on something by not sparking the jay. To those that did. That's fine. To those that didn't. You're fine too. Gracious.