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23rd Sep '17 9:12:49 AM nighttrainfm
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* Spike, in his first appearance in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', recounts an incident where he "fed off a flower person" at Woodstock. ("...and I spent the next four hours [[ContemplatingYourHands watching my hand move]].") Vampires in the Buffyverse are especially susceptible to unwittingly taking drugs by drinking the blood of users, and one episode depicts a designer drug meant to be shared by a human and a vampire.

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* Spike, in his first appearance in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', recounts an incident where he "fed off a flower person" at Woodstock. ("...and I spent the next four six hours [[ContemplatingYourHands watching my hand move]].") Vampires in the Buffyverse are especially susceptible to unwittingly taking drugs by drinking the blood of users, and one episode depicts a designer drug meant to be shared by a human and a vampire.
23rd Aug '17 1:16:08 AM PaulA
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* A darker example in ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters The Wizard of London]]'': the fake medium in that novel is using hashish-laced incense during her seances. Her unsuspectingly-drugged clientele is more easily fooled by her tricks.

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* A darker example in ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters The Wizard of London]]'': ''Literature/TheWizardOfLondon'': the fake medium in that novel is using hashish-laced incense during her seances. Her unsuspectingly-drugged clientele is more easily fooled by her tricks.
22nd Aug '17 9:33:50 PM PaulA
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* ''[[Literature/DianaTregarde Jinx High]]'': Another darker example, magic is used to shoot [=PCP=] directly into a character's bloodstream.

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* ''[[Literature/DianaTregarde Jinx High]]'': ''Literature/JinxHigh'': Another darker example, magic is used to shoot [=PCP=] directly into a character's bloodstream.
16th Jul '17 10:19:28 AM nombretomado
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* Morwenna from ''Series/DocMartin'' became inexplicably, hilariously, hyper after trying some of her Grandad's old WW2 energy pills. Turned out they were methamphetamine[[note]]yes, during WW2 both sides issued methamphetamine pills to their soldiers to keep them awake[[/note]]. MoodWhiplash ensues when those same pills cause her Grandad to have a heart-attack.

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* Morwenna from ''Series/DocMartin'' became inexplicably, hilariously, hyper after trying some of her Grandad's old WW2 [=WW2=] energy pills. Turned out they were methamphetamine[[note]]yes, during WW2 [=WW2=] both sides issued methamphetamine pills to their soldiers to keep them awake[[/note]]. MoodWhiplash ensues when those same pills cause her Grandad to have a heart-attack.
21st Jun '17 7:12:17 AM tytoman
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* While camping with her grandparents in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Candace is warned to watch out for a hallucinogenic orange moss... which her hand is currently resting on. She spends most of the episode high out of her mind while being accidentally dragged along on her pet platypus' spy mission ([[ItMakesSenseInContext which is NOT a hallucination]]), [[spoiler:[[YourMindMakesItReal then finds out that the orange moss is harmless]]. The ''blue'' moss [[HereWeGoAgain that her other hand is resting on]] is not.]]
-->"Why do my nostrils whisper to me?"
8th Jun '17 6:49:32 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/BadBoys II'', Marcus accidentally ingests Ecstasy, and starts acting weirdly - just as he and Mike get to their boss' house to report progresses in investigation...

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* In ''Film/BadBoys II'', ''Film/BadBoysII'', Marcus accidentally ingests Ecstasy, and starts acting weirdly - just as he and Mike get to their boss' house to report progresses in investigation...
22nd May '17 4:33:47 PM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* In ''Literature/SimonVsTheHomoSapiensAgenda'', the two instances where Simon is brought to alcohol cause him to get drunk very easily.
29th Apr '17 3:38:17 PM jormis29
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* In ''Film/{{Grandmas Boy|2006}}'', Grandma Lilly (played by Doris Roberts) grabs the gang's weed stash, confuses it for lea leaves, and HilarityEnsues.

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* In ''Film/{{Grandmas Boy|2006}}'', ''[[Film/GrandmasBoy2006 Grandma's Boy]]'', Grandma Lilly (played by Doris Roberts) grabs the gang's weed stash, confuses it for lea leaves, and HilarityEnsues.
29th Apr '17 3:28:49 PM jormis29
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* In ''Film/GrandmasBoy'', Grandma Lilly (played by Doris Roberts) grabs the gang's weed stash, confuses it for lea leaves, and HilarityEnsues.

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* In ''Film/GrandmasBoy'', ''Film/{{Grandmas Boy|2006}}'', Grandma Lilly (played by Doris Roberts) grabs the gang's weed stash, confuses it for lea leaves, and HilarityEnsues.
27th Apr '17 3:49:19 PM SomberCaelifera
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** In the Christmas episode of the same show and season, the team gets given an antidote for a fungus they might have inhaled. Booth has a bad reaction and gets high. What makes it even better is he starts doing this after a laundry list of side effects are read off to them, including vomiting and skin rashes, making Hodgens proclaim,

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** In the Christmas episode of the same show and season, the team gets given an antidote for a fungus they might have inhaled. Booth has a bad reaction and gets high. What makes it even better is he starts doing this after a laundry list of side effects are read off to them, including vomiting and skin rashes, making Hodgens Hodgins proclaim,
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