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The gak factsheet.

A gaksheet, if you will.

Not to be sniffed at.

David Burns, of UCD Students Union, writes:

UCDSU will launch a drug harm reduction campaign, the “What’s in the Powder?” campaign, in collaboration with DITSU,TCDSU & the Ana Liffey Drug Project today in the Mansion House, Dublin this afternoon
The campaign aims to educate students on the common constituent parts of illicit substances, especially those sold in powder form, and follows the template of last year’s What’s in the Pill campaign.
Resources created include posters and a factsheet, which will be distributed on participant campuses as well as promoted on social media and via the drugs.ie website.

33 thoughts on “Toot Alors

    1. newsjustin

      Yeah. But just think, we live in a universe where people have to be told not to ingest unknown substances and nog to snort things off a toilet seat.

      Dumbos.

        1. newsjustin

          What system makes people snort something up their noses? Or snort anything off a toilet seat? That’s just stupidity, whatever way you look at it.

          I have to go now. I bought some brown gravel-like substance off some guy I know and I want to lick it off someone’s hair brush.

  1. Funster Fionnanánn

    If you are dumb enough to snort mysterious white powder I hope you bleed from your eyes and die in a ditch.

    People are dumb.

    1. Optimus Grime

      I know! Where do you buy “tooters”?
      – Hello sir what can I do for you today?
      – I wish to buy a tooter!
      – Very good sir we have a fine range of tooters, now would you like porcelain, bone, plastic or stainless steel?

  2. phil

    Also consider if you are at risk of developing and autoimmune disease ( you cant know without DNA test) you may develop one from chronic abuse of RC or stimulant type drugs ..

  3. Philip Schofield

    Realistically we just need to let our mothers know before we go off somewhere

  4. irishstu

    “Time to take this powdered stuff I bought off a criminal!”
    “Hey, want to have some beer with that?”
    “Hmmm, sounds a bit risky…”

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        Oh right. I’ve previous experience with them. I call them, “Well let’s never do that again, no, no just tea for me thanks”

  5. Sarah Murphy

    FOUND SOME MYSTERY POWDER IN MY BEDSIDE LOCKER ONE SATURDAY NIGHT. IT WAS IN A SMALL PLASTIC BAGGIE, THE TYPE YOU’D GET PENNY SWEETS IN – TINY AMOUNT, LIKE A CHAPE (SIC) PLASTIC TEARDROP WITH THE TOP BURNED TO SEAL IT.

    BEFORE I FOUND THE POWDÉR I WAS DEBATING MYSELF WHETHER OR NOT I’D DEBASE MYSELF IN TOWN BUTI TOOK AN OUL BUMPEEN AND ZOOOOOOM OFF I WENT INTO TOWN AND GOT WRECKED.

    I LOVE YOU MYSTERY POWDER.

  6. some old queen

    One thing not mentioned is the spread of virus due to sharing straws or notes. People who snort drugs sometimes have damage to the lining of their nose and there is now evidence that Hepatitis B and C can be spread that way. Possibly also HIV.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      It is sort of mentioned in the 4th point, but doesn’t contain any details, such as those illness you named. It would be better if they did.

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