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New Zealanders are being warned against letting the family dog at leftover whacky-baccy, with vets reporting a rash of hash-whacked pooches copping hypothermia and needing drip-treatment to survive. Outlet Stuff.co.nz is reporting that vets in the Kiwi city of Hamilton are fretting at the number of dogs arriving for treatment …

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No great surprise.

Even the animals take drugs in order to escape the dreary, mind numbing nothingness that is life in Hamilton.

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Re: No great surprise.

Even the animals take drugs in order to escape the dreary, mind numbing nothingness that is life with people who are on drugs.

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Re: No great surprise.

Drugs don't make people have dreary, mind-numbing lives, they just make it easier to cope with the dreary, mind-numbing reality of human existence in much of the western world.

Also this probably only applies to cannabis, most other drugs do not involve sitting staring at anime on the tv (or playing playstation games) while stuffing any and all foodstuffs into your gullet at high speed.

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Don't forget the stupid grin

"look for red eyes (caused by vascular dilation), poor motor function, an irregular heartbeat, and poor temperature regulation. ®"

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To quote one of my favourite T-shirts...

“Only users lose drugs.”

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Re: To quote one of my favourite T-shirts...

My favourite T-shirt declared "I like quite heavy music"

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Re: To quote one of my favourite T-shirts...

I found mine last night.

What do we want?

An end to Tourettes

When do we want it?

C*n*

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Re: To quote one of my favourite T-shirts...

And mine...

"nine out of ten voices in my head agree that drugs are good for you"

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Re: To quote one of my favourite T-shirts...

Perhaps my all time favourite was the brilliant alien with spliff, subtitled Take Me To Your Dealer. Old as forever but still good.

However I saw one in camden that may surpass that

<http://www.andigear.com/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=1318>

Sad whiff of truth about it.

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Re: To quote one of my favourite T-shirts...

"I hate people that take drugs....

...like the police and customs."

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"“how to tell if your hound is high”"

It start humming "pass the Dutchie pon the left hand side".

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Re:Stupid grin

With mine you honestly couldn't tell, stupid grin is his default setting. Especially after headbutting my sister's fiance when they pop round to see him. Not that I told him off for it...

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However...

My sis's Chihuahua constant tremor only abated whilst passively smoking. I use MJ for Tardive Dystonia and we noticed if he sat on my lap while I was reducing muscle tone, he stopped shaking. The problem with chocky for dogs with the munchies can be got around by carob, doesn't contain thoebromine.

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chocolate is only toxic

to dogs in pretty large quantities (theobromine).

From Wikipedia: A typical 20 kg (44 lb) dog will normally experience intestinal distress after eating less than 240 g (8.5 oz) of dark chocolate,

Any owner stupid enough to let their dog eat a weeks worth of the dark brown good stuff wants shooting for letting all that coco go to waste on a sodding canine...

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240g lasts you a week? I'd be surprised to have any left after a weekend.

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A weekend? Even with Big Brother's recent increases in the chocolate ration, that stuff will still have to last you three months.

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Fun Lovin Criminals

All wacked off of Scooby Snacks

owwwwwwwwwwwwwww

The smiley face, well natch ;-)

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Comedy Dogs

Reminds me of Cheech and Chong's Dog segment RALPH AND HERBIE - Dogs talk about poo and fiffie.

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