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shrooms

A regional slang term for psilocybin/psilocin (mushrooms).
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As a starter, canape or part of a main, you can stuff a 'shroom with anything, but here are our favourite ideas
Psilocybin mushrooms finished last, with a measly six harm points, all of them for "drug-specific impairment of mental functioning." Shrooms weren't the only drug researchers determined to have virtually no social costs; the study found that both LSD and MDMA (seven and nine points, respectively) did not impose a significant burden on others.
And a 3D sequel to 2007's horror "Shrooms" is in its early stages.
Not a mildewed commune, lute or bag of shrooms in sight, egads!
Pair Belgian brews with 'shrooms at the Little River Inn ($107; reservations required; Nov 13; 707/937-5942).
From the brains behind Shrooms - Paddy Breathnach - comes Red Mist.
Shrooms. (2007), Sky Movies Sci-fi/Horror, 10.50pm.
Now both kinds of vitamin-infused 'shrooms are on the market.
SHROOMS (18) Horrors when five American college friends sample Ireland's magic mushrooms.
Shrooms (Cert 18, 87 mins, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Horror/Thriller, also available to buy DVD pounds 15.99/Blu-ray pounds 24.99)
But even in a culture where mushrooms do the work, you would think that it wouldn't take very long for management to discover that these "shrooms" are really people in disguise, and if we treat them as such it will result in incredibly better performance.
And he hopes that the explosive psychological horror Shrooms will encourage youngsters to "do the right thing" and turn their backs on drugs before it's too late.