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As we age, certain things just aren't as fun anymore. You go out to the pub and the next morning you feel like someone stamped on your head. You go to a gig and the next morning feel like there is a set of steel drums caught between your ears.
This causes you to change your behaviour. All day drinking sessions become walks in the Peak District followed by a roast and a pint of ale called something like 'Vicar's Bollocks'.
Nights in the house playing drinking games become dinner parties, but all is not lost.
The Metro reports that some older women, or to be more specific, at least one older woman, has been holding dinner parties that end with a cheeseboard full of MDMA.
Yep, basically, you take a rizla paper, put the MDMA in it, then eat it squished into the middle of a big lump of Brie. If that sounds like the most bizarre thing you've heard today, that's because it probably is. At least, it should be.
The anonymous woman (let's call her Mandy) is a 50-year-old businesswoman and says that her and her mates swear by their inventive dessert course.
She told The Metro: "We did not seem to have as much of a laugh than as when we were younger, there always seemed to be barriers up between us.
"Our friend had been given a gram of MDMA by her daughter and we had no idea how to take it, as, though some of us had taken coke before we had not taken MDMA."
She continued: "I phoned my son who told us not to sniff it but to swallow it, so we wrapped some of the powder in a cigarette paper and put it in Brie and all took some each.
"Nothing much happened for forty minutes then then the colours in the rug seemed to be a more vivid and before I know it was in an in-depth conversation about my fantasy sex life with an old friend."
Righty ho. Whatever keeps them happy, I guess.
She refers to the parties as 'Brieing parties' and says that her and her friends now swear by it. It has got to be the most middle-class way that anyone has ever taken drugs, surely?
To be fair, MDMA tastes horrible (so I'm told...) so wrapping it up in something less horrible has got to make the experience better.
Obviously, the use of drugs is not condoned, but we can't go around telling folks what to do. Anyway, why should the young people have all the fun?
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