November 19, 2005


Ex-Millenial girl was just posting about a friend of hers flushing bags of scag down the toilet she was hurling into. People make an exagerated deal about scag in my opinion. I think inert substances people put into their systems using whatever needles/pipes/supositories/whatever are the same.

My golden rule about drugs: You ingest them. You go up. You come down. You buy some more.

My biggest drug problem: Getting hold of good ones at the right prices.

My second biggest: I've been bored shitless by all of them for ages and I can't stop doing them.

My third: I find it hard to turn down anything offered even if i know I'm not going to enjoy it (coke).

Now if I did scag everyday for a month I would expect to be addicted. A friend of mine a while back was going around threatening people with a baseball bat because he was taking coke everyday. Not a fucking suprise.

People who are addicted are usually stupid about the person/place/subject/thing they are addicted to. I was joking with Mike the other day about him not liking to share his scag. I used to squat with junkies. I could see their little minds ticking over, thinking up ingenious ways to get me to pay for theirs. I used to just score off of their dealers and do it on my own. Even doing this there is always so much tedious bullshit involved brushing with the basic greed and selfishness of junkie mentality I'm just not interested in.

I can't see the point in getting stupid about inert substances. Lawmakers and TV people get stupid enough about them without us that do them getting stupid as well.

When I lost a lover one time, I lost my job, my friends, my home and almost ended up on the street. No substance involved. Addiction changes your brain and behaviour. Its not drugs, its not women, its addiction and you.

Clicking through a link on Ex-Millenial girls blog I found 35 more blogs with people blathering on about scag. Fascinating, he says yawning. Got some foil, off for a toot. See if I can break the projectile vomiting record. Its all entertainment isn't it.

LATER: Feel shit now. Self loathing is the worst addiction I've ever had to deal with. Its harder to kick than any stupid powder and permeates all parts of my life. I'm a morbid bastard. If ever I die can you make sure they play "Changes" by Black Sabbath at my funeral.

Morbid fucker. Shut up. Go back to bed.

Scag is good no?


Anonymous said...

i know what you are saying about self loathing. i don't understand why it's so glorified. it's malignant and viral worse than any drug.

Indigobusiness said...

Here's something to cheer you up, Bones.

Only in Britain

1. 3 people die each year testing if a 9v battery works on their tongue.
2. 142 people were injured in 1998 by not removing all pins from new shirts.
3. 58 people are injured each year by using sharp knives instead of screwdrivers.
4. 31 people have died since 1996 by watering their Christmas tree while the fairy lights were plugged in.
5. 19 people have died in the last 3 years believing that Christmas decorations were chocolate.
6. Hospitals reported 4 broken arms last year after cracker pulling accidents.
7. 101 people since 1997 have had to have broken parts of plastic toys pulled out of the soles of their feet.
8. 18 people had serious burns in 1998 trying on a new jumper with a lit cigarette in their mouth.
9. A massive 543 people were admitted to A&E in the last two years after opening bottles of beer with their teeth.
10. 5 people were injured last year in accidents involving out of control Scalectrix cars.
11. 8 people cracked their skull in 1997 after falling asleep while throwing up into the toilet.

Ain't life grand?

DAVE BONES said...

Thats great news innit!

Last time I check a 9v battery on my tongue. I've never fallen asleep and thrown up at the same time tho.

Indigobusiness said...

Yeah, but what are

"cracker pulling accidents"?

DAVE BONES said...

Yes indeed! Likely story eh!

boudica of suburbia said...

And how would a 5x5cm scalectrix car injure someone, surely thats an art.


Indigobusiness said...

My neighbor tripped on a cork and broke his leg, so anything is possible...I guess.

But this is a dubious list, at best.


DAVE BONES said...

and very British