Monday, April 29, 2013

A Story on Putting Drugs Up Your Vagina is Very, Well, Disappointing

Posted By on Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 3:02 PM

A blog post in Jezebel about women getting together and putting drugs up their vaginas as an experiment on getting high sounded strangely intriguing at first, but ended up being disappointing. Don't bother not trying this at home folks.

In "Cunt Odyssey: Search for Vaginal Datapoints," they reported on their experiences and...well, yeah, not much vagina-reefer madness to report on here:

Disappointingly, none of the women had notably strong trips; it turns out that if you want to hallucinate that the sky is an Etch A Sketch/have the most amaaaaaazing back-scratch experience ever/cry about your dead hamster for hours while simultaneously convinced that the magnets on your fridge are watching you, you should swallow your drugs instead. "Consensus seemed that this was not an efficient way of dosing, and that for any future experiments, compounds should be in solution or in some cream form for better dispersion," the participants mused.

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