To be so heavily under the influence of a psychedelic or dissociative substance that you are unable to distinguish normal reality from the magical reality that has taken hold of your mind. Seeing pixelated kaleidoscopic patterns in the carpet, being afraid to open the freezer because you're afraid that the fishsticks will attack you, and the ability to talk to squirrels are some sure signs that you're hopping down the bunny trail.
I had last week really had me hopping down the bunny trail.
Goverment funded anti-drug program that sends police officers to teach 5th graders how to use common household items to get high. They also show children videos featuring a penguin and a rabbit who kidnap kids and force them to smoke the 'evil' marijuana. Because D.A.R.E. is notorious for using false information and scare tactics, most kids with common sense don't take the program seriously. Basically it's a huge waste of tax dollars and school time.
* 5th Grade Classroom *
D.A.R.E. Officer: Now children, as you know, most drug users are lazy, jobless, homicidal rapists, and since drugs cost alot of money, many druggies will use household items to get high.
Kid: Like what?
D.A.R.E. Officer: Oh, lots of things like white-out, paint thinner, sharpies, keyboard cleaner, whipped cream cans, and gas fumes can be used to get high.
Kid: Whoa, cool!
* Everyone starts sniffing markers *
One of biggest conspiracies of our time, in which the United States government declared a "war" against drugs in order to divert the public's attention from the real issues like violence, poverty, racism, and the inadequate structure under which our country is run.
"Instead of a war on poverty, they got a war on drugs so the police can bother me."- Tupac
Government funded anti-drug advertisements that use things like rap and skateboarding in their commercials in order to appeal to teenagers. They also use black and hispanic kids in their ads because they're afraid of looking racist. Freevibe.com features alot of altered and completely false information about drugs, which is misleading and blatantly irresponsible.
Freevibe.com says that using marijuana just one time will cause you to get lower SAT scores.