First record I ever bought as 9 year old was T. rex ride a white swan, second was Rolf Harris ! If you want really embarrassing, first ever gig I was 15 and got asked by bunch of friends to go to a cliff richard concert, not a cliff fan but went as fancied a girl. Two songs in realised it was a religious tour, no devil woman tonite. Still cringe at memory of everyone holding hands and singing allehluya.
I have electric 6s gay bar on vinyl, doesn't represent who I am or even my favourite genre of music, I just think it's a tune. It does raise questions when someone notices it for the 1st time, especially if they've not heard it, because I then feel the need to make them hear it and agree it's a tune
When I was 6 the first ever song I bought was Jimmy Somerville, mighty real. In my defence I just liked the cassette art. No excuses however when I purchased the Hamster Song. I was old enough to know better.
You’re on an airplane when you hear a loud sound and things start violently shaking. A minute later, the captain comes on the speaker and says:
There’s been an explosion in the engine, and the plane is going to crash in 15 minutes. There’s no chance of survival. There is a potential way out—the plane happens to be transferring a shipment of parachutes, and anyone who would like to use one to escape the plane may do so. But I must warn you—the parachutes are experimental and completely untested, with no guarantee to work. We also have no idea what the terrain will be like down below. Please line up in the aisle if you’d like a parachute, and the flight attendants will give you one, show you how to use it and usher you to the emergency exit where you can jump. Those who choose not to take that option, please remain in your seat—this will be over soon, and you will feel no pain.
No doubt you’re right Doc. All of histories great and revolutionary thinkers faced with the moment of ultimate transcendence would choose the same: hiding in a freezer clinging desperately to their privilege.
I’d rather see what’s next than be consigned to eternity on a planetary corpse with the people who killed it.
Hi everyone, I've recently given up cigarettes and as a result my beloved joints will have to go too. I want to take the step to Vaping THC but have absolutely no clue where to begin, am I buying a new pen each time or is it like nicotine vaping where I buy cartridges. I would usually smoke about 10g flower per week, what would that translate to in vape terms? Any info for a beginner would be much appreciated, also a vendor with these products. Thank you.
Hey man, The distinction between disposable pens or replaceable cartridges will be down to you, as both are available here. Personal favourites are the 50/50 carts offered by Doctor Extracts (linked). The Dr also lists a kit with battery, charger and cart. In terms of the comparison between your weekly intake of flower it’s hard to say. I’ve had this GG#4 cart on the go for ages but it’s not my sole stone. I mainly use for a clandestine headchange through the day or to top up my stone from flower or hash. They are lethal so I’d advise taking a couple of good hits then waiting a while to judge the strength. I’ve been caught out a couple of times underestimating the effects
If it’s cartridges you’re interested in then its usually cartridges pre-fillled that you stick on a low power battery. Most sellers have options to inculde or point you in the right direction. MJ concentrates is one I tried and enjoyed
Some disposables also now available. Serial Chiller makes Rosin carts and disposables.
Dont think too hard about how much you’ll use THC is pretty flat rate by which I mean if it takes an 1/8th to make a cartridge it will probably last as long as an 1/8th if you smoke it. You can also vape the herb itself, seems almost as popular as smoking it these days.
10g a week? Buy a dynavap and use cartridges in public settings
The Wire The Ozark Altered Carbon Arrested Developement People Just Do Nothing Peep Show Trailer Park Boys Big Mouth Fargo Life On Mars Dark Tourist The Wolves Of Yellowstone Utopia It's Always Sunny In Philidelphia Homeland The Killing Punisher The End Of The Fucking World
This is what I can think of right now; definitely more to add. If anyone wants a little review/opinon or rundown on any of these shows let me know, more than happy. Also let me know what you're in the mood for, or usually like to watch and I can fire back with recommendations
The Wire - best thing ever written. Slow burner due to complication of story, but it is relatable as the war on drugs does not have a start or end to it, and street dealing doesn't just start, therefore you are immediately immersed in the story without even realising. Only figured that out the second time watching it. Also some great visual metaphors throughout. Also note there is no cue music to instigate feelings. All music is from source, i.e. car radio, night club. Only cue music is when Avon enters the lowrisers for the first time
The Ozark - Although breaking bad is good, it's not worth the hype. This is the older cooler brother of breaking bad. Calculated and intense at times. Story is always moving forward with real character progression
Altered Carbon - Absolutely fantastic sci-fi with great visuals and a great story line. Really left me itching to read the book, and I'm not a sci-fi fan
Arrested Development - Intelligent comedy with so much layered jokes you can watch this five times and still find punch lines you never noticed before
People Just Do Nothing - Threw this on not expecting much which is perhaps why I found it to be so good. Off the wall characters made completely believable by the actors playing the parts. Excellent idea, excellent execution.
Peep Show - This is a classic, you need to watch this
Trailer Park Boys - Another classic everyone here should be able to relate to
Big Mouth - Great for a background watch, but really funny and does take you back to your teenage years at times, haha
Fargo - Beautiful cinematography, great story captured very close to the original film. Billy Bob absolutely shines in this role in season one
Life On Mars - Made in early naughties, but just as relevant as today
Dark Tourist - good short run of a different kind of travel show. The kind of travel I like too
The Wolves Of Yellowstone - Nature documentary that has a story line Walt Disney would be proud of. Really makes you realise the balance of nature
Utopia - Such an underrated British TV series
It's Always Sunny In Philidelphia - Great zany show about dysfunctional friends who live in their own world, and drink in their own pub causing all kinds of ridiculous antics
Homeland - Great series that will always have you wondering what, or who is next
The Killing - Only recommend the first seasons. It drags you along on the witch hunt convincing you you know the answer
Punisher - About time they stuck to the gritty comic. Refreshing that this i not aimed at kids and fattening wallets.
The End Of The Fucking World - Two out there teens who decide to adventure together with, maybe, disastrous consequences
Yeah I agree, I liked BB a lot but I came to it a bit late and like UKgrower hearing the hype maybe expected too much. Better call Saul I didn’t expect much of at all, didn’t think it’d get past Series 1 but now I think it’s better than BB.
Dark on Netflix. German show about time travel set in a village where kids keep going missing every 33 years. Stunning production values, really intricately plotted, three series, all ties together. Loved it. Has an English dub but the German audio with subtitles is best.
End of the fucking world is really good. Strange and offbeat which I like. With some characters that don’t give a fuck. And it’s British and very relatable (even though it’s about a lad that thinks he’s a psychopath haha).
If you're into Sci-fi I'd highly recommend Altered Carbon on Netflix. Really cool story and visuals. I seen somebody recommended Ozark, excellent as well. If you like animation and feel like a laugh give Rick and Morty a watch, The Midnight Gospel is also new to Netflix but really trippy / funny in my opinion. Happy watching!
Orphan black! one of my favourites.. the wire.. Russian doll..cynical,funny. end of the fucking world. Money heist.. prison break..cleverly written. Better call Saul if you enjoyed breaking bad.
Rick and Morty and weed is my favourite combination. Snoop dog’s talk show on YouTube is hilarious to watch as-well. I find American horror story hilarious, but only when I’m high, otherwise it’s pretty terrifying lol.
Films : seven psychopaths is a must watch, requiem for a dream and pulp fiction, all time faves. and I did write a detailed review and much more but it was deleted :/
If you want a Change and a Tons of one line bombs to drop at work or with your mates there is only one place to go "Letter Kenny" it will almost make you want to live there 10ply/Sally/Hard No and Bonny McMurryyyyyyyyyyyyyy
And if you want some of the best swearing on telly "The Thick of IT" / In The Loop You will never watch a MP without Laughing again The Thick of it is almost a Documatary Malcom Tucker is a Best name calling every "Fuckbob Shitpants"
Sorry about the spelling I am just dislexick @is there a strain that will help with this???
To any one who likes comedies don't be put off What We Do in the Shadows, it's vampires but it's not really a "vampire" type show.... it's really funny when high and the second series has just come out on iplayer.
Since it hasn’t been mentioned here , it only proves how massively underrated Wilfred is . Had great laughs :) U.S. version of an Australian cult sitcom about a meek young man and a pot-smoking talking dog named Wilfred (actually actor Jason Gann in a dog suit, whom everyone else sees as just a dog). Won’t spoilt it anymore
Some of the things I've enjoyed are: The Boys Vikings 100 Only fools and horses Into the Badlands Breaking Bad Picard Game of Thrones ( Except the last season which I found terrible ) Star Trek The next Generation - Deep Space Nine Stargate Atlantis Treadstone
Ifyou seen BB, definitely watch Better Call Saul. Comedy? The Office US and then Parks n Recreation. Or maybe Shameless US? Little Britain it's always great company. If you seen Broadwalk E, you probably have seen the sopranos. If not its a MUST! Ive been watching House of Cards and it's quite nice too. Maybe 6 feet under, Weeds, Dexter, Chuck, My name it's Earl?? Cience? COSMOS!!! A mind blowing and mind opening cience series. Everyone should watch it before they die. Either the original and first with Carl Sagan (it might not have the best visual representations but Carl its Carl) or the new Neil Tyson. In to some stand ups? George Carlin is a must, the young Carlin to the old political Carlin. I would also like to give a shout out to my Spanish Fellows on THE Money Heist.
Hey man some good series I watched recently was: The Originals Vikings Battle star galactica (the remake series) The man in the high castle The Magicians Got a load more but too stoned to list!!! Hope that helps a little 8)
- Happy! - two seasons so far - year of the rabbit - avenue 5 - silly, but really reflects the reality (nobody knows what they are doing literally). - american gods - miracle workers - self made: inspired by the life of madam cj walker - when they us - man, this one is strong. - for life
I almost pissed myself with laughter watching the first episode as I watched the trailer but wasn't really for how out there this really is. A must watch for any sci fi and gaming fan or if you have a sick sense of humour like me :)
I'm surprised no one suggested Family Business (on Netflix). A great comedy series about a family in Paris who runs a Kosher butchers and end up producing vast amounts of Pastraweed! Really funny, great actors and all around fun to watch. A French Breaking Bad without all the stress in a way!
Devs. New Alex Garland (Ex Machina) series on FX & Hulu in the states, not sure where in the UK. Totally brilliant, and the best cinematography I've seen on TV. Ran here in spring 2020 and I'm still thinking about it.
Succession is better than you'd think. Punisher is the best out of all the Marvel shows, Daredevil is also very watchable (and Jessica Jones if you're into angry women with PTSD). Umbrella Academy is fun to watch. The Magicians ditto. Also The Boys.