r/HermanCainAward HCA Historian Nov 26 '22 Take My Energy 1

Political polarization peer pressured people to pass on procuring proven prophylactic - The peer pressure compilation part 2 Meta / Other


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u/Lost-Citron-1099 Nov 26 '22

Recreational. We were taught not to be peer pressured to use recreational drugs. As far as I’m aware meth, coke and heroin are not experimental, not that vaccines are either.


u/WintersChild79 💉Vax Mercenary💉 Nov 26 '22

This meme always sounds to me like an 80's anti-drug slogan that had been run through Google Translate a few times


u/GameFreak4321 Team Pfizer Nov 26 '22

Maybe "experimental drugs" started as "experimenting with drugs".


u/GnarlyNarwhalNoms Nov 27 '22

"C'mon, man, vape this obscure Chinese research chemical with us. All the cool kids are doing it!"

"What does it do?"

"Iunno, nobody here can read Mandarin. Hey, don't be a square, live a little!"


u/JeromeBiteman Nov 27 '22

Plenty of people

  1. Illegally self-medicate with legit drugs like Alprazolam, Adderall, etc.

  2. Use counterfeit versions of legit drugs.

  3. Trade and use unknown drugs ("I'll trade three Bumblebees for two Black-and-Reds.")


u/vinyljunkie1245 Nov 27 '22

In my day five bumblebees was a quarter.