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When I was young I was convinced by someone that if you took LSD you could "see" sound moving around the room and it was in different colours. For a long time afterwards I would wonder a) How I could make it happen without LSD (or any other drug) b) What it would look like (different sounds different colours? Soft waves or zigzaggy lines?) and c) Whenever I watched a program about drugs on TV that this was never mentioned.

I've never taken LSD, but I am assured by friends who have that this does not happen .....

Anon
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When Elvis died, and I heard on the radio that drugs were the reason, I assumed that they meant aspirin, since that was the only drug I knew.

Tricia
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I used to believe that at dance clubs, the "smoke" that they'd spray was laden with drugs and I'd get high.

Lynn
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I remember hearing my parents talking about people "doing drugs". So, I thought drugs was just one thing. I imagined people walking around drinking out of containers labeled "drugs".

Stephen
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After Grange Hill's "Just say no campaign" that people would force me to take drugs ... if only.

Netty
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