Are "bath salts" the new relevant alt drug? | Hipster Runoff

Are "bath salts" the new relevant alt drug?


From what I understand, there is a new drug on the streets, making ppls lives' worse, killing people, and driving people so see even 'crazier hallucinations' than LSD. The drug has the opportunity to 'tear thru communities' even faster than the popular poor person drug "meth."

Here is the sweet, shocking 'sensational' intro that tells the story of a dudebro cutting his own face off.

When Neil Brown got high on bath salts, he took his skinning knife and slit his face and stomach repeatedly. Brown survived, but authorities say others haven't been so lucky after snorting, injecting or smoking powders with such innocuous-sounding names as Ivory Snow, Red Dove and Vanilla Sky.

Seems like a hardcore drug where u just wanna cut ur face off and make a mask for one of ur bros. Nothing wrong with 'getting creative' and trying 2 reenact the hit movie "Face/Off" starring Jonny Travolta and Nick Cage.

So what exactly is in 'bath salts' and what are some sweet ass street names 4 'bath salts' so I know what 2 ask 4 when I go 2 my dealer?

From the Deep South to California, emergency calls are being reported over exposure to the stimulants the powders often contain: mephedrone and methylenedioxypyrovalerone, also known as MDPV.

Sold under such names as Ivory Wave, Bliss, White Lightning and Hurricane Charlie, the chemicals can cause hallucinations, paranoia, a rapid heart rate and suicidal thoughts, authorities say. In addition to bath salts, the chemicals can be found in plant foods that are sold legally at convenience stores and on the Internet. However, they aren't necessarily being used for the purposes on the label.

Rlly want to ride the Ivory Waves
Live in Bliss.
Be struck by white lighting
go on a date with Hurricane Charlie.
Most importantly, I want 2 get some sweet products at
the Bed Bath and Beyond clearance sale.

It really seems like it is a 'fun, legal time' if ur a drug user. I guess the only downside is that you have to scavenge for the ingredients if ur dealer

The drugs cause "intense cravings," he said. "They'll binge on it three or four days before they show up in an ER. Even though it's a horrible trip, they want to do it again and again."

A small packet of the chemicals typically costs as little as $20.

Seems like a pretty cheap investment, like ur dollar will 'go a long way' instead of just 'buying some dank' and watching TBS for 2 hours then falling asleep.

"Have yall ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?" - Heath Ledger, The Joker

"We had a deputy injured a week ago. They were fighting with a guy who thought they were two devils. That's what makes this drug so dangerous," he said.

"The greatest punk'd the devil [via Ashton Kutcher] ever punk'd-ed, was convincing the world that he doesn't exist." -Kaiser Broze, The Usual Suspects

Have yall ever done Bath Salts?
Does ur mom use bath salts every weekend when she 'unwinds' in the tub?
Are bath salts just another 'poor person drug' that meth addicts can use?
What's the craziest hallucination that u've ever had, and what drug did u use 2 achieve it?
Can bath salts become the next 'Four Loko' if enough ppl have bad trips, and potentially produce 'viral video content' / 'oddly enough' stories / local news trend pieces?
Can chillwaves be enhances with a lil bit of bath salts?
Have u ever fought with the Devil?
Did the Devil make bath salts so that humans would have the ability 2 see his power & beauty?
Is 'God' the only way to successfully quit drugs?
Did u get a %20 off coupon 2 Bed Bath & Beyond that never expires?