|June 6th, 2019||#1|
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Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Bremen, Germany
England the state with the highest concentration of pot-smokers among the youth
. . sorry , that really is a persiflage on the Canadian flag but I couldn't resist . .
. . and , most ironically , Canada to this day is a part of the Commonwealth.
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I just read that in a German newspaper. That's why I don't have a link.
But maybe this story will still circulate wider . .
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Hmmm . .
Pot-smoking among the youth most distributed in England . .?
No offense but there goes the cliche that English folks are , well . . a bit stiff . .
English have the reputation of being ,in a way, "consevative" . .
. . you know what I mean.
Yet . . the most young pot-smokin' guys and gals there . .?
Hmmmm . . do they do it because life is 'boring there' . .? ( another cliche about England . .)
Do they do it because , gotta admit , the societal shift in England is a bit more harsh than in other countries ?
Do they even do it because England is so multicultural and they get it from the muds . .?
Hmm . . interesting . .
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Concerning pot-smoking in general . . .
It still is a cliche that massive consume of marijuana started with groids and / or Jamaican Rastafaris . .
Cannabis-consume has been present in all cultures , even Aryan ones . .
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This post is not meant to propagate pot-smoking nor is it meant to be rude against England , just worth sharing . .
Like I said , read it in a German paper. Maybe this discovery will spread.
Well , English kids . . Enjoy the weed . . Sure does lighten up your mood , doesn't it ?
. . to include a famous saying from British nobility though when they feel something is 'out of place' . . "That's most unusual"
sex was once a forbidden subject ... yet everybody had it on his/ her mind . . . Today race is a forbidden subject.
|June 7th, 2019||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2018
Location: planet filled with brainwashed fools
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