Yes, tried them all.
Tried a couple, but mostly just smoking pot and mushrooms and things like that.
No, never tried any.
I have smoked marijuana a few times, mostly in social settings and never often enough to worry.
I have liked all the drugs I've tried, and used most or all of them excessively since trying them. I need them to function it seems..
I haven't ever tried any drugs.
No, I have no history of substance abuse in my family as far back as I can tell.
Neither of my parents are, but I have another close family member who is an addict.
Yes, one or both of my parents is an alcoholic or drug addict.
Excitement; I can't wait to do it again. As soon as it's over, I want to repeat it or have more and it won't be long before I seek it out again.
Satisfaction; I savor and enjoy it completely and feel a sense of completion and it then leaves my mind for a period of time.
Reflection; I realize my enjoyment for a moment, but get distracted by something else and forget about it until something reminds me of it, and I think back on it fondly.
Anything that produces instant gratification. Food, drugs, sex, those sorts of pleasurable experiences.
Things to center my free time around. A sport, hobby or perhaps my career.
Little things that are easily integrated into my daily lifestyle. Starbucks, avoiding traffic and playing my music really loud.
No, I have little interest in things like art and don't enjoy creating artistic things. I don't like to read poetry.
I guess I am somewhat creative. I usually have good ideas, but they are not necessarily original. More practical than artistic.
Most people that know me would say I'm very creative. I write, play music, paint or something else artistic.
Oh, anywhere between 10-15 different people, maybe more. I know the names of over half of them, and had to pay less than half!
If I'm in a relationship, they are the only one I have been with in the last month. If I'm single, I have probably had 0 sexual partners in the last month.
3, maybe 4. A one-night stand or two, and someone I have seen before.
Fuck it. If it's not a big deal, why should I miss out on my favorite thing? They will get over it, I probably won't even bother calling to cancel on them.
On the fence. Don't want to do the one, wouldn't mind doing the other. I probably call to ask them if they can try and find someone else so I can go.
Follow through with my obligation, I gave my word. I can always do whatever I wanted to do some other time, it's not the end of the world.
A few times throughout my life, but I've snapped out of it pretty well after a minute.
Uh, I've never been much else. Clinically and otherwise. I make anti-depressants sad. Very doom and gloom attitude.
Only in response to negative events, and never long enough to cause alarm.