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DRUGS ARE COOL

sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt

… If they’re on a t-shirt! I haven’t come across a blogger that’s addressed this issue before, so I thought I’d write a post and have my say. I thought the whole drug scene would die down after it became “trendy” but it still seems that wherever you go at least 75% of people are off their face. It seems like nobody can go out and socialise or enjoy themselves anymore without the addition of a cheeky sniff. I attended lots of festivals last year and they were all dominated by drugs. I don’t mind drugs going on around me if I’m oblivious to it all; but if I have to spend my time constantly turning them down, it gets annoying. I always lose count of the amount of people that approach me at festivals to try and sell me something. Surely it’s dodgy anyway as you don’t really know what you’re buying? I remember one festival I went to last year and it was just so surreal to be surrounded by everyone off their faces. I genuinely thought it was just me and my friend that weren’t on drugs the whole time. When it gets like that it kind of makes you not want to be there anymore.

I’m quite lucky that none of my friends do drugs, so I can go out, enjoy myself and not be surrounded by people pressuring me or having to look after them because they’ve taken too much. I totally get why people take drugs: boosts confidence, takes the edge off; I just hate the fact it dominates every night out, festival and holiday now. This, I feel is putting more and more pressure on people to do them just to fit in.

Some of you might do drugs reading this post, and I’m not telling you what you should do. I’m merely just stating the fact that drugs are everywhere now and I find it a little sad that people can’t go out without taking their pills with them. I know drugs have been around for years, I guess social media and the internet has made it more of a public topic. But it never used to be this bad when I first started going on nights out at 18. Even throughout University, drugs never used to be a topic of conversation.

Some of you might be thinking, well alcohol is a drug and it’s just as bad. And well yes it is. But at least you know what you’re putting into your body.

T-shirt: Goodbye Bread // Jeans: Topshop // Trainers: Underground // Coat: Prettylittlething / Hat: New Era // Sunglasses: La Moda

sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine drugs t shirt
sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt
sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt
sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt
sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt
sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt
sophie hannah richardson wearing a cocaine t shirt
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4 Comments

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    Milex
    January 11, 2017 at 6:58 pm

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    Druggie Mc Druggerz
    January 17, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    Maybe using other forms of drugs other than alcohol are people’s way of letting loose. LSD has less harmful effects on your body than alcohol. Alcohol is just widely accepted. If cocaine and mdma COULD be bought from stores it wouldn’t be as bad for you. It’s having to buy such things on streets where it’s cut with other adulterants that leaves such effects. You should read a little of Dr Carl Harts research on drugs before you judge others for using them at events that they pay for to go have fun at. As someone who doesn’t get to go to all these events like you, yeah I’m going to take my one festival I go to a year and I’m going to do drugs. Shame on you for judging. And don’t say your not judging because that’s what your article sounds like. Most of us aren’t social media famous and get to go to event after event. If I did, I probably wouldn’t do drugs at all of them either. But keep in my these people at these festivals may have worked their ass off just to be there and loose their mind a little. As someone who doesn’t drink alcohol I think your acting a bit high and mighty judging ‘everyone but you and your friends’ for doing drugs. Just like you said, yes alcohol is a drug.

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    Acton
    January 20, 2017 at 10:10 am

    That cap is beautiful and simple… I would wear it
    Regards
    Walkindiscount.com

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      Sophie Hannah Richardson
      February 19, 2017 at 11:27 am

      I’m not judging people at all, each to their own. I’m just saying that drugs seem to dominate every festival and night out and that it’s a shame people feel the ‘need’ to do them to have a good time. They rely on them. You say these people have worked their ass off just to be able to attend a festival. Well I’ve worked my ass off to get to where I am today. Yes it’s amazing that I get to experience events but I don’t get to go and have a good time – I’m there to work. I have to be professional.

      And as I said before this article isn’t about judging people taking drugs, it’s just merely stating the fact drugs are everywhere

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