ows: hey Isaac, give me another one of those "love boats"points fingers......
Evil Mackerel: dstrick44: They sold those in NO 20 years ago.They called them "clickems".NOTE FROM FLORIDA TO THE OTHER STATES:Please stop sending us all your insane arseholes. It has made our once great state unpleasant to live in.Sure, just as soon as Y'all stop electing them for public office.
nburghmatt: you're wrong. unless you watched it being prepared and know it was actually embalming fluid being used. "Water" is slang for PCP.
mafiageek1980: Personal story: Hubby got his masters in may of '11. We celebrated by splitting a bottle of Absinthe. I had never tried it before. I ended up dancing in the streets. Mind you, this was Odessa, Tx and in front of our house. Fun times./read the article//would have LOVED to witness this dude doing this
FDR Jones: Wow, you crazy. DANCING in the STREETS?? Also, modern absinthe that you can buy at a liquor store in the US is not psychoactive.
Dahnkster: That used to be very popular among the urbans in New Orleans during the 80's. They used to call them'clickems' , 'sherms' or 'shermans'. Have also heard of this referred to as 'getting wet' or they would mix it with tobacco or mint leaves and refer to 'smoking mint'. It is Phencyclidine ( PCP) definitely. I've heard two different ideas avout the 'embalming fluid' thing. One school of thought was that formaldehyde sounded more reasonable than telling someone they were going to smoke PCP or 'angel dust'. The other school swears that true drug addicts intentionally referred to the phencyclidine as 'formaldehyde'. These days most common preservative used for tissue preservation is 'formalin' and would more than likely be very unhealthy to smoke..Either way that shiat will fark you up worse than the March of Dimes. Full ass trippin' balls with visual hallucinations and often floating or hovering sensation.
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