nick swardson smoke weed everyday
i’ve been smoking pretty much every day for several years. idk how to quantify how much i smoke, but its to deal with back pain and various other related issues. i’ve noticed my tolerance has been getting way too high, so the other day i bought a bunch of edibles and for some reason decided to eat them all to see how high i would/could get. 700 mg of thc, which is about a week’s worth for a normal person, and they’d be pretty crazy high that week. i ate it all in a day and nothing happened so i’m on my first ever t-break right now. i’m bored. but i think i’d be just as bored if i was high. i’m confused. i’m rambling. i’m tired.
I had a job where I had to travel a lot and only got to smoke on Friday-Sunday. Nothing is quite like the first bong rip on Friday night after a long week at work. Thanks for sharing!
Starting my t-break tomorrow. Finally broke as a joke and smoke way too much. I don’t even feel high anymore, I just got so used to smoking when I’m bored. Trying to go at least 2 weeks. Hopefully more. I’m so out of shape (you wouldn’t know by looking at me) so I’m taking this 2 weeks as a chance to start eating healthier and get on an exercise regiment and find a new job!
I’m currently on day 9 of my 2 week “tolly” as I like to call them. I sure can be hard but knowing other people persevered, I know I can too. Thank you all ?
Use your tolerance break as a starting point for all around healthy decisions. Remember, cannabis is a wellness drug. Be well friends.
>Your short term memory will suffer when you abuse weed, and you will feel like a dumbass when that happens around your friends or in a work environment. Paranoia is real too. Respect your body and your mind, it may be ‘safe’ compared to alcohol or tobacco, but you still need to treat it with respect.
You may experience a few withdrawal symptoms if you are a heavy smoker.
Over time, your body builds up a tolerance to cannabinoids (notably THC). Taking a break from smoking can bring your tolerance levels back down. Once your tolerance break is over, you will get higher off less amounts of weed.
I saw your post was recent so idecided to reply. I started smoking when i was 14…by 16 i was toking up everyday before and after school. I grew up in a culture of heavy blunt smoking. I found out in college that most people dont actually smome that much. Fast forward to now that im 37…and i can easily go through an 1/8 plus in a day.
Last month i spent a grand on weed. I said thats enough, im on my 2nd day. I love weed i grow it also, but sometimes you just have to take a step back and take a break…its not as diificult as i was expecting it to be…but i am somewhat irritable so im staying quiet a bit more.
A tolerance break (t break) allows you to get higher with less weed by not smoke for a few days. This guide will help you understand & start the process.
When the old man turned on the lights above the ring, it was like lifting the curtain at Radio City Music Hall. Even the most punchless palooka was bathed in romantic glamour as he sparred. Twenty-four years later, Nick Goossen is about to make his directing debut with “Grandma’s Boy,” a stoner comedy that was shot in 25 days on a budget of $5 million for the production company of his mentor, Adam Sandler. “Grandma’s Boy” may have the best advance buzz of any pothead project since “Friday,” a low-budget laugh that smoked up theaters in 1995 and mushroomed into two sequels.
Just before Nick Goossen graduated from high school, his Uncle Mike, a movie location manager, offered him an unpaid internship on Adam Sandler’s “Wedding Singer.” On his first day of work, Mr. Sandler spotted the 6-foot 3-inch Nick in a Los Angeles Lakers jersey and challenged him to a game of one-on-one on the set’s portable hoop.
LOS ANGELES – NICK GOOSSEN’S apprenticeship as a director began at the age of 3. He would watch his father train prizefighters in a gym here, a dark, cramped, oddly angled soundstage for polished pros and battered tomato cans. While the boxers worked the rope and hit the mitts, Hollywood Joe Goossen would orchestrate the action.
“Very fast,” Mr. Goossen deadpanned “I’ll edit the whole thing on my cellphone.”
“How do you plan to shoot this movie in 25 days?” one investor asked.
Mr. Sandler hired Nick Goossen to run his official Web site. He provided updates from movie sets and filmed vignettes of the comedian’s beguiling bulldog, Meatball. The shorts were so well received that when the “Grandma’s Boy” script was shopped around to potential investors, he was already attached to the project as its director.
They laughed hardest at his send-up of “The Exorcist,” involving a demonically possessed fitness nut who can’t stop doing calisthenics. “Needless to say,” his father says needlessly, “Nick titled it ‘The Exercist.’ ”
The atmosphere at these events was cocktail-party cheery. Nick’s Uncle Dan was the promoter, his Uncle Denny was the matchmaker and his Uncle Greg, a former New York Mets catcher, held the spit bucket. “My cousins sold Ten Goose T-shirts,” Nick says, “and my aunts sold tickets.” The rest of the elder Goossens milled around nursing highballs.
“My great passion is to make a fight film based on my family,” he says. There might even be a part for Hollywood Joe. “Even if he didn’t get cast as a trainer,” his son says, “I could always stick him in as a Nazi assassin.”
NICK GOOSSEN’S apprenticeship as a director began at the age of 3. He would watch his father train prizefighters in a gym here, a dark, cramped, oddly angled soundstage for polished pros and battered tomato cans. While the boxers worked the rope and hit the mitts, Hollywood Joe Goossen would orchestrate the action. When the old man turned on the lights above the ring, it was like lifting the curtain at Radio City Music Hall. Even the most punchless palooka was bathed in romantic glamour as he sparred. Twenty-four years later, Nick Goossen is about to make his directing debut with ”Grandma’s Boy,” a stoner comedy that was shot in 25 days on a budget of $5 million for the production company of his mentor, Adam Sandler. ”Grandma’s Boy” may have the best advance buzz of any pothead project since ”Friday,” a low-budget laugh that smoked up theaters in 1995 and mushroomed into two sequels.
i’ve been smoking pretty much every day for several years. idk how to quantify how much i smoke, but its to deal with back pain and various other related
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I smoke weed everyday
That guy is going to make the Gay National Team.
That is the guy from Grandmas Boy
That’s all i do is smoke weed. I don’t give a SHIT!
still love this video.
That’s all i do is smoke weed. I don’t give a SHIT!
haha i was going to quote that. frack! weed
so fracking funny in Reno 911 (the best clips have been taken off youtube )
There is some great stuff on his myspace.
Last edited by narwhal; 11-20-2007 at 07:54 PM .
i need to see that clip of him at the TAco shop
“but my name isnt Harry or Jerry. its. TeeeEEEEEEEeeerrrRRRyyyyYYYYYY”
That clip with the Super Terry is from the reno 911 movie isn’t it?
Your shits weak man. your shits inappropriate ahahaha
hahaha swardsons the man, i can only wish he came down here for a stand up.
grandmas boy had to have been one of my fav movies lately.
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