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Alcohol for me is definitely a depressive experience.
I used to have so much fun when I drank, and now it's just not that fun anymore.
I just feel like when you get into real life — aka after college — it's important not to have your social activities revolve around drugs, no matter how innocuous they seem." – Emily, 26, writer's assistant, Los Angeles, CA The Dating Dilemma "I seem to gravitate toward a certain type.
They are always creative and very passionate about what they do, but they also happen to be very big pot smokers.
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My boyfriend is an engineer for a tech start-up, and I run my own business as a web designer.
It got to a point where I just became so frustrated with the inconvenience. " – Meghan, 29, journalist, NYC The Industry Insider "My boyfriend is super supportive of me being in this industry, working for a vaporizer company.
It gets to the point where it is confusing what their true nature is.
With one guy I dated, smoking was so much of who he was, I never really knew when he was and wasn't high, what was his pure nature and what was his stoned nature. Pot can definitely make it hard to connect, especially when you're first getting to know someone." – Jillian, 25, graphic designer, NYC The Colorado Quitter "I am more likely to have drinks on a date than smoke weed.
I think I liked him better high — he was less edgy. Even though weed is legal in Colorado, you can't smoke in restaurants or some other public places, so it usually happens at someone's house.
My friends always said having sex while high on weed was so good that you shouldn't do it, because you wouldn't enjoy sober sex as much. High sex makes your mind and body more sensitive to pleasure, and in comparison to drunk sex, it's less...aggressive?