Shintsu;3395249Yes, isn't it wonderful that parents allow their kids to do illegal things? Unless you're in Ontario, which I don't think since you were worried about them finding out, that is pathetic. Parents need to keep their kids from breaking the law because if they can't, who can? The government will just throw them in jail and they'll do it when they get out.
I guess it depends on the parents. I know if my daddy caught me with weed in my system...he would probably get really mad and send me to an all girl school or something. My parents do not tolorate drugs. Not even alcohol or tobacco or even coffee and tea. Kids don't offer me that stuff anyways. They know my daddy is a deputy sheriff so they avoid me when it comes to drugs.
Reduced testicular size
There is enough reason for me:p. I would trade all the drugs I could ever want for a woman. Trade one vice for another.
drink lots of water lot of water should flush out the system
I don't think it would help there, but it makes the blood flow a bit easier. I had to get a blood sample taken, and I drank about a quart of water the night before. My blood was flowing nice and easy into the vial.
My parents don't care. They did the stuff when they were younger. They won't let me become a weed junkie of an alcholic
I didn't make it!
A woman, or the woman?
He'll I'd give up whiskey for, say, Gisele Bundchen. Not beer though. Hell no.
If my parents ever found out I've smoked pot (I have twice, over the course of the past 2 years), they'd probably take away my car and computers. My mom is a health teacher :(.
A woman, or the woman?
A mix. Any woman who is not obese, crabby, or anything other trait I would see as bad. I would gladly trade slowing killing off my liver for a good girl.
My mom is a health teacher .
It could be worse. This one girl in my school had her mom come in and teach us about STD's. Her mom was the head of the STD deparment for the county. I wonder how dinner conversations about her day at work go?
Yeah, that's exactly why I did the online health course. I forgot to mention that she's the health teacher at my school.
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
Heh, this makes my mom involved with women's reproductive health and rights seem much more common:p