Dear Aunt Kell and Mama Zo, are drugs kosher, and what does kosher even mean?

Dear Aunt Kell and Mama Zo, are drugs kosher, and what does kosher even mean?

Well, we are so glad you asked. Kosher is a Hebrew word and it means “fit” for eating. Are drugs fit for eating? Maybe, if you really wanted to you could chew some ibuprofen but it probably tastes super yuck. Ultimately, kosher drugs is a question of drug administration, and pharmacists are probably better at giving you safe advice about that. 

Drug culture is a complicated friend and a fickle mistress. For once we are going to give you some serious, not at all ironic or facetious advice. The most important thing about doing drugs is that you are making all the right choices for yourself. 

We cannot tell you to do a butt bong, and we cannot tell you that you acid might cure your depression, or that it might not. Because advice is just advice at the end of the day, and by no means do you have to take it. 

People do drugs for many different reasons. People don’t do drugs for many different reasons. So long as you’ve thought about your reasons and are happy with them, you are making steps to make sure that you are self-responsible and in one way or other a little bit safer.

If you are doing drugs, the most important thing is to be sure you are around the people you feel the most comfortable with. You never know what is going to happen with life and this is especially true with drugs.

There is a great deal of evidence that supports arguments for and against doing drugs. Here are some facts about drugs:

  • Drugs are weird
  • Drugs can be REALLY FUN
  • Drugs can be REALLY DANGEROUS
  • You NEVER KNOW who’s on DRUGS
  • COFFEE IS THE BEST MOST USEFUL DRUG (aside from all those super important drugs like penicillin and panadol)

Guys, just be safe, happy and fill this world with useful actions and love.

Love Ma Zo and Aunt Kell

This article first appeared in Issue 23, 2018.
Posted 4:00pm Thursday 13th September 2018 by Zoe Taptiklis-Haymes and Kelly Davenport.