My cousin first got me into it, It took me till the second time I did it to get me "high". The first time I didnt get high I thought it was stupid, but when he offered it again like two weeks later I tryed it and got the full high out of it. Then It was so fun that I wanted to do it, but not that often. So at first I did it maybe three times a month. Then I wanted to do more and more often and soon it became basically my goal for the day. It was pathetic, I saved up lunch money all week just so I could smoke on the weekends. Then that wasnt enough and I ended up being broke all the time. Now I realized that I hardly talk to my old friends anymore and some dont want to talk to me cause of the drugs. Thats just not the person I wanted to be. Now Im at the point where I will be getting a job soon and a car and whatnot. But mainly for my girlfriend, she's even been to the point of crying about it, and I would tell her I will quit but ended up soing it behind her back. I havent smoked for about 4 days or so now its not a lot but its a start and I hope I can stop completely.
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