Seriously, I've seen far too many friends lose themselves to that "not addictive" ****. It's cool though, they're finding out now that pot smoke is dangerous as hell, like as addictive as cigarette smoke.
I have never, not once, been surprised by a person who has told me they "smoke a little" on the side. It's always very obvious, despite what pot smokers think.
I'm a 21 year old college student. I'm an Econ major and minoring in Political Science. I want to go in to corporate law and I am, at the moment, doing very well in school. I have done internships with Synechron, Credit Suisse and SunAmerica Financial Group (I was planning on going to business school, initially). I'm on the right path, I'd say.
Physically, I'm in the best shape of my life (quit smoking cigarettes). I eat well (vegetarian for the past three months) and I exercise when possible. I play basketball almost every day. I volunteer at the local children's hospital when I can.
With all that said, I have smoked an insane amount of marijuana for the past 5 years. I have quit at times when I needed to (work), but for the most part I smoke a lot. I love to get cross-faded. I also love video games. I just beat Assassin's Creed 3 for the 2nd time (did all the side missions and everything on my second play through). Video games are awesome. I still get 5-6 hours of sleep every night, which is more than enough for me.
Point is people should just do what they want. If you can prioritize, you will be just fine. Sure, as I get older, I will probably cut down on video games and likely quit marijuana use, but I don't really see myself giving either of those things up any time soon. I guess the point is that not everyone who smokes weed and plays video games is a bum.
Last edited by nyyfan4life; 11-13-2012 at 03:08 PM.