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mkhela258
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30/08/2019 8:50 am  

There is a lot of contradictory information about cocaine that can be found online. Judging from my personal experience, I never had any issues with my health, even after a couple of long nights filled with cocaine-binging.

Naturally, I felt really tired the next couple of days, but a few good nights of sleep always had me ready to go for another round. It’s important to say that I’ve got a trustworthy “supplier” and that I’m not using the terrible stuff of the streets.

Still, can it do harm to my body? Please answer as truthfully as possible, I’m tired of all the lies.


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aajones99
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26/12/2019 1:19 pm  

Nope, it's awesome. People who claim that no one can function normally with cocaine use are simply full of it, there's no other way around it. I personally know people who have been using snow for 20+ years, and nothing has ever happened to them.


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gergio67
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27/12/2019 9:58 am  

What are the two of you talking about? Just because you don't see the effects of cocaine on yourself, it doesn't mean that there are none.

I have seen some truly decent people turn into complete reckless mess because of it. Sure, at some level, they appear to be functional, but at what costs? They are willing to endanger their own lives, and the lives of those around them, just to chase that evasive thrill. Does that seem worth it?

Additionally, cocaine costs a ton of money as well, and it's oftentimes the family members who suffer because of that. Even if you come from a wealthy family, don't you think that those funds would be better served elsewhere, such as in humanitarian aid?

Even if you have decided to destroy your own life, I don't see the reason why everyone else around you would be forced to suffer from your actions? Don't you at least have the decency to stop because of them?


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