desiqual:
Why is that?

I think that everyone experiences individual reactions to it, so I’m not saying that it would be extremely negative for everyone, but for me… It made me very depressed, because it made me see things that were not so bad as being very, very bad. I was very emotional and anxious, I associated with people of poor character, I wasted time and money, and I think that it hastened my brains development in terms of maturity. I’m going to be 23 in a week, and I honestly feel like a huge chunk of my life never even happened, resulting in me feeling very young. I could have been, and should have been, doing incredibly well in high school, socializing with good people, and playing a sport or being involved in some type of activity. I think that it took years away from me, and I can’t get those years back. I deeply regret it. I can only imagine how it affected my brain. I mean, no matter what anyone says, it is smoke in the lungs, and that cannot be healthy. And, no matter what anyone says, messing around with your brain, right when it is trying to develop, is never good. It’s not as safe and great as people like to lead you to believe. I haven’t smoked weed in one year on July 4th, and that’s good. I never plan on it again either.

Smoking weed for as many years as I did is the biggest regret of my entire life. What a waste.

eveninhisy0uth:

all-nirvana:

Perfect

OH MY FUCKIN GOD

(Source: waildsweetchild, via the-nirvana-blog)

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I’ve only been to the dentist about 5 times in my entire life, and only during my childhood. I haven’t gone to the dentist in about 10 years.

(Source: omeomy, via eisengrauu)

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tim-sliwinski:

Slowdive, 2014

(via slow-glider)

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