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Re: [CHAT] Australians On Drugs ABC2


@tsnyder wrote:

Sometimes when we see everyone else on drugs in a club, we forget that we are only seeing a small sample of Australian youth. Personally I don't like the idea of drugs being part of Australian culture.  How do others feel?


Yep it seems like people perceive their own experiences as the universal experience....

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Love that they have listed other things on to seek a natural high.

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Me too @stonepixie - meditation etc...

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Did anyone pick up those stats? I wasn't fast enough to get them.

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@tsnyder Same here. It can be rather annoying when everyone around you are trying different stuff, and not realising that there are better ways to have a good time. 

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The stat that stood out for me stonepixe was that Australians spent $7billion on drugs!

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7 billion, that's crazy
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@Myvo wrote:

@tsnyder Same here. It can be rather annoying when everyone around you are trying different stuff, and not realising that there are better ways to have a good time. 


It's pretty frustrating being around  people who are all out of it when you are the one who isn't!

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@stonepixie Only managed to catch a few!

 

  • The most common illicit drug used is cannabis, followed by ecstasy (then MDMA, meth, and cocaine)
  • 3 million Australians have tried an illicit drug
  • Australians spend $8 billion on drugs - triple the amount that we spend on literature
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I know @Sophie-RO that was massive and only $2billion on literary!

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