Within the past few months I’d say molly has come to be synonymous with electronic dance music (edm) shows. For someone who loves the music, this is very frustrating because you get people who only think its about rolling face at a show and not even knowing who the hell is playing. How can this be counteracted?
@smortlur51, Good culture always gets a lot of attention, “EDM and E” has been around since the 80’s. It’s just now that it’s super popular. I do understand your frustration, but the older ravers before us would say the same thing towards our generation and so on. Usually it becomes shitty, now that it’s over commercialized, and people found out it’s a way to make big money. Also… you could say that about anything.
I think the biggest problem with excessive MDMA use is the fact that it is rarely ever MDMA!! and you’re taking a random mixture of mystery ingredients that could be literally anything. Every time I’ve ever gotten “molly” it has felt and looked different from the last time. Most “molly” I’ve bought is some random upper that makes you feel cracked out. If everyone was doing ACTUAL(not just allegedly) pure MDMA, it might be different…
@smortlur51, Molly has always been apart of the EDM scene, and for you to look down on it is wrong. Like @nickc2007, Americas a bit behind the curve, so it’s just now becoming prominent in the main stream. It’s the culture of the past, the culture we’re living in, and the culture to live on. POP A MOLLY AND IM SWEATIN
@universaldrifter, haha “I FOUND MOLLY” lmao, yeah kids are dumb. more news at 10. some lessons are better learned the hard way.
expecting kids to be mature is asking too much man. really lol. mature kids is like .. a juxtaposition ? idk lol it just not happening