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1st Jul '17 4:36:00 PM Starshock
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** WebOriginal/{{Cracked}} [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17455_15-retarded-dungeons-dragons-monsters.html has a list of bizarre D&D monsters here.]] Of course, it includes the Senmurv, but there are some other trippy monsters there as well.
17th Jun '17 9:53:03 PM PhantomRider
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*The [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ql7uY36-LwA Puppymonkeybaby]] Mountain Dew ad generally gets one of three reactions: "WTF?!", "I want some of whatever the people who made this were on," or all of the above.
21st May '17 4:19:23 PM nombretomado
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%%* Anything by [[WeeblAndBob Weebl]].

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%%* Anything by [[WeeblAndBob [[WebAnimation/WeeblAndBob Weebl]].
18th Apr '17 4:37:00 PM DrNoPuma
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* In-universe, the LetsPlay/HoboBros theorize that Nintendo's employees are on weed when they make ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' games.
10th Apr '17 7:15:37 PM Khanh132
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27th Mar '17 6:57:07 PM Spoib
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A sad implication of this mindset is the misconception that truly creative works demand the use of mind-altering drugs -- which, if you are a creator who wasn't taking drugs but gets this accusation leveled at your work, can be something of an insult depending on your opinion of them. And in real life, composing any work of art (or doing anything more complex than opening a door, for that matter) is borderline impossible when tripping on hallucinogens like DMT or mescaline. Most admitted users of psychedelics tend to do their work between trips, not during (whether or not said work is inspired by the trips.) Stuff like cocaine doesn't actually make you hallucinate or think trippy things, though it does make doing ''more'' cocaine sound like a fantastic idea.

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A sad implication of this mindset is the misconception that truly creative works demand the use of mind-altering drugs -- which, if you are a creator who wasn't taking drugs but gets this accusation leveled at your work, can be something of an insult depending on your opinion of them. And in real life, composing any work of art (or doing anything more complex than opening a door, for that matter) is borderline impossible when tripping on hallucinogens like DMT or mescaline. Most admitted users of psychedelics tend to do their work between trips, not during (whether or not said work is inspired by the trips.) Stuff like cocaine doesn't doesn't, in normal doses, actually make you hallucinate or think trippy things, though it does make doing ''more'' cocaine sound like a fantastic idea.
idea, and heroic single doses or a long history of heavy cocaine use has been documented to cause psychotic breaks of one kind or another.
22nd Mar '17 8:19:26 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** And in ''Literature/TheSalvationWar'', Archangel Michael complains about how difficult it is to carry out the predictions of a guy he once tested a mushroom/cocaine mix upon.

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** And in ''Literature/TheSalvationWar'', Archangel Michael ArchangelMichael complains about how difficult it is to carry out the predictions of a guy he once tested a mushroom/cocaine mix upon.
26th Jan '17 7:58:26 AM MoonByte
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* ''Series/Nanalan'' fits quite well. It's about a pre-school child named Mona visiting her nan and having fun in either her house or her garden. Sounds simple and harmless enough, but since Mona is too young to properly speak and the episodes were originally only 3-4 minutes long, some very obscure scenes came out. The most famous scenes are probably the very weird "Peepo" moment about naming vegetables or the almost sexually obscene "Lollipop" episode.
23rd Jan '17 1:50:45 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Also worth mentioning is the attempts to interrelate Revelation with other bits and pieces of Biblical prophecy, and in particular the Old Testament Book of Daniel. Many Christians, particularly Protestants, see Revelation as being a sort of key that unlocks the mysteries of the rest of Biblical prophecy. This business only really began in the 19th century (although Christians have been finding interesting patterns and suchlike more or less since the canon of the Christian Bible was defined), and eventually led to things like ''LeftBehind'', so...use your judgement. (No pun intended).

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*** Also worth mentioning is the attempts to interrelate Revelation with other bits and pieces of Biblical prophecy, and in particular the Old Testament Book of Daniel. Many Christians, particularly Protestants, see Revelation as being a sort of key that unlocks the mysteries of the rest of Biblical prophecy. This business only really began in the 19th century (although Christians have been finding interesting patterns and suchlike more or less since the canon of the Christian Bible was defined), and eventually led to things like ''LeftBehind'', ''Literature/LeftBehind'', so...use your judgement. (No pun intended).
2nd Jan '17 7:54:08 AM Omeganian
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** And in ''Literature/SalvationWar'', Archangel Michael complains about how difficult it is to carry out the predictions of a guy he once tested a mushroom/cocaine mix upon.

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** And in ''Literature/SalvationWar'', ''Literature/TheSalvationWar'', Archangel Michael complains about how difficult it is to carry out the predictions of a guy he once tested a mushroom/cocaine mix upon.
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