8 definitions by 720mgSTEEEVE

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1. An over the counter antihistimine that works great if you need to stop an allergic reaction or fall asleep.
2. The world's least addictive recreational drug. There's nothing fun about getting high on Benadryl. In fact, it's horrible. You have terrifying hallucinations that are impossible to distinguish from reality. Gum is more addictive than that shit.
1. That Benadryl stopped my sneezing but damn am I sleepy now.
2. One time I ate 16 Benadryl for "fun." My ceiling had two fans on it and a wrought iron fence was sticking out of my wall. I heard footsteps on the ceiling, people banging on my window, and upon seeing a giant, oozing bug on my comforter, I spent the duration of the night whimpering underneath my covers.
by 720mgSTEEEVE December 01, 2009
It suppresses coughs. But the real effects of DXM happen when you disobey the instructions on the bottle and take a shitload. DXM has four plateaus. No one ever does the first one. The second plateau isn’t really a trip, it’s more like being drunk and high. Plateau three is trip. It's the point when you don't want to look in the mirror. High up in the third plateau, when you move, there is no feeling.. you're a floating pair of eyeballs. The 4th plateau is entered by few and those who do enter are not always eager to return. It's not uncommon to see aliens of go blind of forget who you are.

Anyways don't be an idiot and go taking the cough medicine in your cabinet because you read this. Other ingredients in cold medicines can make you horribly sick or kill you. Only take the medicine if the ONLY ingredient is dextromethorphan.

Pure DXM is generally regarded as one of the safer recreational drugs. It contains no chemically addictive properties, although it has psychological addiction potential. As far as brain damage goes, www.abovetheinfluence.com, a total bullshit anti-drug website couldn’t even produce a fact about the danger of DXM on the brain. All of their facts concern overdoses on medications like Acetaminophen that come in cold medicines. 350 mg of DXM is a good starting dose if you're inexperienced. Take at you're on risk and do your own research. Read the DXM FAQ by William White before you ever take DXM.
DXM User Type 1: I take DXM once a month. I find the experience to be very enlightening and profound.
DXM User Type 2: I take DXM every weekend man. That shit is great to party!
DXM User Type 3: (slurred) so you see... I've been... I've been... taking.. DX... M for like...like at least three weeks straight now. I chug two bottles at breakfast,...lunch... and dinner ...and dinner man.
by 720mgSTEEEVE November 10, 2009
To consume so much DXM that you can no longer move comfortably. When you're dexing you usually can't feel your body or your visions will be completely double, or both.
I've only been dexing a few times but every time I have, it's made almost no sense. Once, my room felt like the size of a shoe box. Another time I went blind for a few seconds. The last time i went dexing, I went to the Rennaisance fair and thought I had traveled up a mountain and back in time when I was really just in a parking lot.
by 720mgSTEEEVE November 29, 2009
The most worthless history course you can take on a high school campus. Basically, it takes all the important information from World Geography and disguises it behind irritating vocabulary words. AP Human Geography is arguably the easiest AP course. Understanding it requires only common sense and consciousness.
I took AP Human Geography in my fall semester. The AP exam was on May 18th. Instead of studying, I drank a bottle and a half or Robitussin Cough the night before the AP exam and passed out around 2 A.M. The next day, horribly hung over, I stumbled into the gym and used common sense to answer the questions and write the essays. I made a 4. Anyone who had the class in spring semester or who gave a fuck made a 5. Don't judge me; I studied for U.S. and Art History and made 5s, and those classes actually matter.
by 720mgSTEEEVE December 01, 2009
Using a tragedy to facilitate your agenda
That tow truck driver was pulling a Bush. He didn't care that I'd just had an accident. To the contrary, he was glad because now that he'd showed up so quickly he could profit from my tragedy. Bastard.
by 720mgSTEEEVE November 29, 2009
Something that, after viewing V for Vendetta, one may be inclined to talk about doing. Usually said person has no real political agenda, they just thought the movie scene was badass and would enjoy partaking in an equally cinematic experience. Though one may talk about blowing up Parliment, or even amass a group of people to do so, it is unlikely they will ever carry out their plans for fear of life in jail.
Tim saw V for Vendetta, and for a few days, he seemed preoccupied with the idea of blowing up Parliment. Upon eventually realizing that this action would not be as badass as in the movie and that it would ruin his life, Tim stopped recruiting people to fly to London and purchase C4 from the black market.
by 720mgSTEEEVE December 01, 2009
The bell bottoms of the early 2000s. Kids in the future will look back at America at the turn of the century and laugh about how people in the past drove big yellow military vehicles to the movies that got 8 miles to the gallon despite incessant wars in the middle east and spiking gas prices.
(the year is 2073)
Kid (Flipping Through Textbook): Oh my god, people in the past wore these dumb ass pants called "bell bottoms." Then look! Twenty years later they drove these stupid looking H2 Hummer vehicles! Hahahahaha!
by 720mgSTEEEVE December 01, 2009

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