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Old 07-30-2018, 10:49 AM #3121
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For when you absolutely positively have to be some one else, somewhere else for the day.
I bring you Malawi x Ethiopian and Golden Tiger now aged for 6 months.
Some friends who smoke will get to sample these in a couple of weeks time at my remote fishing camp. I love seeing them get high they love it so much.
This MxE is mind blowingly strong fermented and aged, great for a party you are so out of it having a super positive tripping high its unreal.
I am so confident and full of energy I feel like a New Orleans pimp or a Zulu warrior who's loin cloth is struggling to keep a lid on my desire for life. Talk about feeling confident ha ha.
Check out the pics I only had 0.25g that piece on the scales is 0.33g
That is a typo P X E should be M x E ha ha..... I was going up at the time.
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Just looking at those fossilized bud chunks, and reading a first-hand account describing the mental spring-cleaning that they produce, has got this observer salivating like one of Pavlov's dogs.

I vow one day to traverse the Australian wilderness in search of the legendary Tang, so that I too can partake of that holy sacrament, one day before my hair turns grey.
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Just looking at those fossilized bud chunks, and reading a first-hand account describing the mental spring-cleaning that they produce, has got this observer salivating like one of Pavlov's dogs.

I vow one day to traverse the Australian wilderness in search of the legendary Tang, so that I too can partake of that holy sacrament, one day before my hair turns grey.
Haha yes it is a serious brain re boot but to be honest I still prefer the GT, Panama and Honduras cross.
Its way too strong the others all come on in waves which I like this stuff is just like having your foot planted hard on the gas peddle and careening along the road at full speed with no control.
I only take it when time has erased the last trip ha ha.
Today I am looking forward to some euphoric Panama or P x H which will be all happiness and blissful.
The last time my friends at the fishing camp had these M x E cobs they were only a month old and even then my mate who only smokes them in a bong said he hadn't slept for two days smoking them.
They are way more potent now at 6 months old. I cant wait to see both my mates toke on these now.
One guy came fishing with me in my boat I chewed some Panama and he smoked a joint we caught our bag limit inside an hour and were back at the boat ramp inside 2 hours.
I was still going up and really high as a kite. I jumped off the boat and got the trailer backed up to the boat ramp to retrieve the boat.

It took about 10 mins but when I looked my mate was STILL trying to jump off the boat ha ha. He was so high he had spent a whole 10 minutes thinking about how to take one step from the boat to the jetty!
I laughed so much I dropped the winch handle in the water people watching us must have thought we were a couple of dementia patients out for the day ha ha.
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hahahah, that's what I call "neuronal reset phase" of the high of some potent sativas... disrupts completely the train of thought hahahahah keep those coming!
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hahahah, that's what I call "neuronal reset phase" of the high of some potent sativas... disrupts completely the train of thought hahahahah keep those coming!
Is that what its called whatever it is I love it ha ha.
I will remember that day for the rest of my life my friend I was laughing so much I couldn't turn the winch handle ha ha.
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Haha yes it is a serious brain re boot but to be honest I still prefer the GT, Panama and Honduras cross.
Its way too strong the others all come on in waves which I like this stuff is just like having your foot planted hard on the gas peddle and careening along the road at full speed with no control.
I only take it when time has erased the last trip ha ha.
Today I am looking forward to some euphoric Panama or P x H which will be all happiness and blissful.
The last time my friends at the fishing camp had these M x E cobs they were only a month old and even then my mate who only smokes them in a bong said he hadn't slept for two days smoking them.
They are way more potent now at 6 months old. I cant wait to see both my mates toke on these now.
One guy came fishing with me in my boat I chewed some Panama and he smoked a joint we caught our bag limit inside an hour and were back at the boat ramp inside 2 hours.
I was still going up and really high as a kite. I jumped off the boat and got the trailer backed up to the boat ramp to retrieve the boat.

It took about 10 mins but when I looked my mate was STILL trying to jump off the boat ha ha. He was so high he had spent a whole 10 minutes thinking about how to take one step from the boat to the jetty!
I laughed so much I dropped the winch handle in the water people watching us must have thought we were a couple of dementia patients out for the day ha ha.
Funny Story Tang.
Had .6g of Malawi a few nights ago and it took me way beyond the beyond. I won't be doing that again in a hurry, haha.
Would appreciate some recommendations on good free camping with good fishing spots out your way. I did a road trip last year from Vic, across the Nullabor and up the coast to Broome and only caught one fish and that was an angry little Puffer.

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Old 08-01-2018, 09:40 AM #3127
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Funny Story Tang.
Had .6g of Malawi a few nights ago and it took me way beyond the beyond. I won't be doing that again in a hurry, haha.
Would appreciate some recommendations on good free camping with good fishing spots out your way. I did a road trip last year from Vic, across the Nullabor and up the coast to Broome and only caught one fish and that was an angry little Puffer.
I have a fishing shack near Canarvon if you come over this way again let me know I will arrange a fishing trip that you will always remember.
Do you like snapper both day and night?





Plenty fish where I go my friend.


Thats boris he looks after us cobbers makes sure we are not hassled ha ha.
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Second only to getting high my friend I cant do one without the other.
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Thats boris he looks after us cobbers makes sure we are not hassled ha ha.

Holy crap Tang. That is a great white stalking your dingy. Balls of steel is what you have sir.

That terrifying sea monster dwarfs your boat, in that aerial shot. There is no way I'd last a day in close proximity to such a man-eater without suffering a number of nervous breakdowns.

I need to fire up a jay just to calm my nerves after looking at that shot.

At least assure us you have a pump-action shotgun close at hand in that boat, just in case Boris gets too frisky and needs a warning shot to calm down and get with the program.
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That was a shot taken in South Australia ha ha. We get Tiger and Whaler sharks just as big as well. I have seen some absolute monsters they come into the shallows to breed in summer majestic things they are.
I always tripple check I have the bungs in on the boat the last thing I want is to be floating around in a life jacket with big fat tiger sharks swimming around.
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