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Addiction Confessions

All Confessions ยป Addiction
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Posted On: 22 Jan, 2015

Teenage Smokers

Teenage Smokers Now: CONFESSIONS Teenagers confess to their addiction to cigarettes. How they became addicted and the horrible effect it had on their health, dating, athletic ability and social lives. Even though they were scared, they couldn't quit.

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Posted On: 21 Nov, 2014

I hate when anybody judge me

I hate when older people walk past me and judge because I am teenager. we don't all do drugs.

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Posted On: 04 Nov, 2014

John Denham

The skills secretary, John Denham, told his local paper that he took the drug when he was a student.

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Posted On: 04 Nov, 2014

Harriet Harman

Harriet Harman, the deputy Labour leader, said: "I did, when I was at university, smoke cannabis once or twice." But I had not taken the drug since then. "I have indulged in the odd glass of wine but not cannabis."

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Posted On: 04 Nov, 2014

Andy Burnham

Andy Burnham, the chief secretary to the treasury, said he had smoked the drug when he was a student. 

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Posted On: 04 Nov, 2014

John Hutton

John Hutton, the business, enterprise and regulatory reform secretary, said: "He now regrets doing it, having seen the damage that cannabis can cause among some of the young people in his constituency."

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Posted On: 04 Nov, 2014

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson, the Conservative MP for Henley, said: "I tried cocaine at university and I remember it vividly. It achieved no pharmacological, psychotropic or any other effect on me whatsoever." He added that he had smoked "quite a few spliffs" before he went to university. He said: "It was jolly nice. But apparently it is very different these days. Much stronger. I've become very illiberal about it. I don't want my kids to take drugs."

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Posted On: 04 Nov, 2014

Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg, in an interview before being elected mayor of New York, was asked whether he had taken the drug. "You bet I did. And I enjoyed it," he answered.

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