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What is it?
Cheese is Tylenol PM mixed with heroin. “So basically, it's heroin.” $2 heroin.
What's it do?
Makes you write fantastic music and then die.
Are We Serious About This?
Yes! Yes, we're serious about it! Heroin sucks a lot, and most of us will lose a friend to it one day. “Cheese” isn't something new and dangerous, it's something old and dangerous, which is a lot scarier because it means we've had plenty of time to figure out how to deal with it but haven’t.
You know what causes teenage drug abuse? Genetics, depression, bullying, and other kinds of abuse.
Does anyone really think that if kids had never figured out that you could mix heroin and tylenol PM, they wouldn't be getting themselves killed? This isn’t hard, people.
Take meth, for example (don't actually take meth, though) – one of the chemical effects is increased confidence. Are we supposed to be surprised that addiction is linked to low self-esteem?
Shockingly, “using meth makes you hideous” doesn’t make meth addicts feel better about themselves.
I’m sorry I’ve gotten off topic here, but these “new drug” scares are all really stupid because addiction is less about the substance you’re using than the things that brought you to start using it in the first place. I’m not saying drugs are harmless, I’m saying that people are vastly overestimating their role in these situations.
Yes, heroin is f**ked up and no, people shouldn’t use it. And yes, it's funny that kids are calling it “cheese” now, because that's a stupid name for a thing. But the funniest part of all of this isn't the drug, and it certainly isn’t the innocent kids dying while they do it– the funniest part is the old, condescending, senile mother-f***ers trying to blame a new generation of kids for a mess that's thousands of years old.l< << PREV 2 of 9 NEXT >>