"Should the caption be, ‘if you wanna find love then you know where the city is?’ Or ‘man I’m so high I think I love you.’??"
i started to write an imagine where you both get caught in the rain and run inside his house drenched then he takes a good look at you and then you’re shoved against a wall and he’s kissing you like he’s never fucking kissed you before and his skin is so wet yet warm under your fingertips and he’s tugging at your soaked clothes trying to touch you, all of you, before he pulls away and peels his wet shirt off of his body and he practically fucking glistens and his curls are falling in his his eyes and they tickle your cheek as he breathes for both of you again and starts to remove your dress then i felt sick to my stomach and had to stop
xfactor 2k10 was wild what a time to be alive
ItsJamieScott: Recording some vocals with @Harry_Styles before the show tonight. Now I gotta go a get ready
technically you’re right, but it’s not going to happen. of course if you’re selling it illegally it’s a different ballgame, but local law enforcement saves so much money, time, and resources now that they don’t have to crack down on marijuana use due to state law and they use those resources to tackle shit that really matters. when laws like this pass shit changes because it’s easier and more cost efficient among many other reasons i really don’t feel like getting into.
Aug. 22, 2014
According to Vanderbilt University:
In response to many negative claims against marijuana use, Morgan and Zimmer (1991) compiled existing literature and data into a single document in order to discredit what they felt were widespread myths about the drug.
One of these myths was that marijuana damages brain cells, and that this damage causes memory loss, cognitive impairment, and learning difficulties. They report that this claim is based on a study by Heath et. al (1980), in which structural changes in several regions of the brain were found in two rhesus monkeys exposed to THC, the active chemical in marijuana. These changes occurred primarily in the hippocampus, the area of the brain known to play an important role in learning and memory, which suggested that exposure to THC in humans would yield similar negative results.
However, according to Morgan and Zimmer, in order to achieve these damaging results, doses of up to 200 times the psychoactive dose in humans would have to be given. Even studies in which subjects were given 100 times the human dose failed to cause any structural impairment of the brain. Additionally, in a more recent study of rhesus monkeys by Slikker et. al (1992), in which the monkeys were exposed to the equivalent of 4-5 joints per day through face-mask inhalation for an entire year, seven months later there was no observed change in hippocampal structure, cell size, cell number, or synaptic configuration. As a result of these studies, Morgan and Zimmer concluded that the claim that marijuana causes physiological damage to brain cells is incorrect.
Of course there are other sources out there that have “proven” otherwise, though it is accepted that it is not harmful to the brain in the sense the other user was talking about. However, it is not harmless. Smoking marijuana can become a habit when you use it to avoid problems or allow it to effect your personal life/relationships. It can get kids and adults into legal trouble and otherwise, so I believe that it does have its drawbacks that people, particularly smokers, do not think about or refuse to acknowledge.
Harry // Gillette Stadium 8/9