Reportedly, "one million people in the United States use LSD each year. Far fewer live-tweet it." The Atlantic's Gary Debussy decided to change that and posted some of the gems that came out of his acid-induced tweets. The results are hysterical.
Even though young @hella_brad's story goes on to end with him peacefully introducing a group of frat guys to kombucha, he could very well have gotten hit by a dusty car. Don't intoxicate yourself in the interest of attention on social media. And don't do anything illegal ever.
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