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From: gavin@cybernet.cse.fau.edu (dan moss) Date: 19 Feb 93 14:04:29 GMT Newsgroups: alt.drugs Subject: Re: Eating 'Shrooms itzenhui@cs.uwp.edu (Steve Itzenhuiser) writes: > > Just wondering. Does putting mushrooms on top of a pizza lessen the > effect at all, or should we have no problems? > > Thanx in advance, > > Steve Steve, I was wondering that question myself a couple of years ago. So, I went out west and picked some (there is some abundance in South Florida). Then, when I went to work that evening (I was amanager at the local Pizza Hut), I baked an extra cheese, double mushroom (1/2 and 1/2), and onion pizza (pan crust). Not only did it taste great, but I found the buttons on the cash register changing places. So, I did the only thing any person would---close up shop early. Yes, Steve, you should have no problem. It definitely beats the bitten routine of making tea and eating sludge. peace, dan From: ab158@Freenet.carleton.ca (David Johnston) Date: Sat, 20 Feb 1993 07:16:43 GMT Newsgroups: alt.drugs Subject: Re: Eating 'Shrooms In a previous article, itzenhui@cs.uwp.edu (Steve Itzenhuiser) says: > >Just wondering. Does putting mushrooms on top of a pizza lessen the >effect at all, or should we have no problems? > >Thanx in advance, > >Steve > This sort of reminds me of my first Dead show. A friend of mune from Toronto put 1/2 oz of 'shrooms into a taboule (sp?) salad a day before crossing the border to Buffalo. By the time we got to the border, the 'shrooms had swelled up and just looked like... well, mushrooms. So we all pigged out on the floor in Rich stadium before the show. They worked just fine! I think the only factor to consider is the full stomach/empty stomach thing that's a factor in any drug eating. If you eat six pieces of pizza, with a certain ammount of drug, you'll take longer to get off than the same ammount of drug on 1 piece. Hmmm. Suddenly, I'm come over all peckish. I think I'll wander out to the kitchen and get a snack... -- Dave

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