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Any ideas? - April 29th 2014, 02:47 PM

I haven't smoked in a while and I really really want to. How can I smoke without my parents finding out? Do eyedrops really work? How do you get rid if the smell when perfume doesn't do the best?
   
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Re: Any ideas? - April 30th 2014, 06:46 AM

I'm assuming that you mean marijuana. I don't want to advocate the use of drugs, however the eye drops can reduce redness in your eyes. There isn't really a way to get rid of the smell, however it doesn't stick around as long as cigarette smoke.
If your parents don't want you smoking, then remember that there is a good reason for that. Weed is used for health benefits, however remember that it changes the way your brain works and you are inhaling smoke which isn't good for your lungs and throat.


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