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Kirsten Dunst Shared A Story About The Time She Freaked Out After Accidentally Smoking A Full Blunt On Set And Yep, We've Been There

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Despite what Wiz Khalifa incessantly preaches, weed is NOT a cure all. For a lot of folks, marijuana actually elicits a really terrifying emotional and physical response, otherwise known as completely bugging the f-ck out. Some people say "tweaking", but we've recently learned that's more commonly associated with meth — who knew?!

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Kirsten Dunst of the Bring It On fame got real candid about one such marijuana moment. Take a look....

 

 

Jeez, can you imagine? It's one thing to be an idiot and ingest more marijuana than you're accustom to, it's another to do it accidentally. We're not suggesting that weed isn't awesome, we're simply saying that no substance, illegal or otherwise, is fun when you have no freakin' clue you're ingesting it.

Speaking of substances, while the majority of recreational users think marijuana is the safest drug in the game, that's actually a fallacy. According to The Guardian:

"Of the more than 12,000 people who reported taking psilocybin hallucinogenic mushrooms in 2016, just 0.2% of them said they needed emergency medical treatment – a rate at least five times lower than that for MDMA, LSD and cocaine."

Yeah, no duh — of course mushrooms are safer than MDMA, LSD, and cocaine, but weed? Really? Yep, in 2016 cannabis came in at 0.9% on the emergency medical treatment scale. Pretty crazy, right? That'll teach y'all not to leave your silly brownies on the kitchen counter for your Grandma to accidentally get into. You don't need to be contributing to that statistic, you hear us?!

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