146d Drug dealers of Reddit, what is the strangest thing you have been offered in compensation for drugs? 136k Share Discussion BEST COMMENTS ~ MissElision @ 3 146d Ex-user of opiates here. My dealer would only give me the drugs if I gave him my blades and allowed him to check me for any cuts. I was in a seriously dark time and he helped me in a lot of ways. Eventually, once I started to get better, he refused to sell me any drugs and also made it clear to his friend dealers that I was blacklisted. One of the reasons I turned my life around.
Century Fox CREDIT: 20th Century People Are Sharing Their Strangest Encounters As Food Delivery Drivers Took a big pizza order to a college dorm. It was like just under $200. I knew exactly where the room was so I knocked and the guy opened it and said "hold on" and closed the door. heard an alarming amount of movement in the tiny dorm. And about 2 minutes later they opened the door with no lights on. In the dorm was around 15 dudes all in cloaks and holding lightsabers. One addressed me as Master Jedi of the Zaa technique. I was laughing so hard I almost dropped their drinks. They tipped like 100 bucks and said I could join their club anytime. It was amazing.
'The sea shanty seems like the strangest possible pick for this year's new, hot music trend, but as a longtime sea-shanty fan (what can I say, I'm the type who read Horatio Hornblower novels in high school), I'm here to tell you that sea shanties make so much sense for this moment, right now. They're songs with simple, blunt rhythms, meant to be easy to learn and easy to sing along with while doing the hard physical work of sailing a large fishing vessel. One person is the song leader, setting the pace and singing the verses, but the engine of the song is in the repeating chorus that everyone sings together over and over again. They are unifying, survivalist songs, designed to transform a huge group of people into one collective body, all working together to keep the ship afloat. All