and other drugs

Headcanon #2

He wouldn’t (couldn’t) get drunk - the healing factor was a giant cockblock when it came to having fun the old fashioned way nowadays. He did note drinking could affect the speed of his healing factor since his body now not only had to fight whatever vile, cancerous shit was trying to multiply all over it but had to do so with the added depressant of alcohol in his system.

to all the people that complain about black people in historical european settings: don’t you ever get tired of being racist?

“but it’s not historically accurate”, i see you cry out. you know what else isn’t historically accurate? all the perfect teeth. all the hairless women. the costumes, often. the accents. the fact that i’m supposed to believe that everyone spoke english all the time regardless of where they were and which company was present. but sure, black people in medieval europe, that’s the big historical innacuracy. because you’re racist.

The LD50 (the dose in which that substance has a 50% mortality rate) for LSD is amazingly high in contrast to the amounts needed for it to cause any felt effects in the human body. There’s very few cases of death from LSD whereas alcohol is one of the most lethal drugs on the planet. This is definitely not a call to prohibit alcohol again. We saw how that worked the first time. But we also see how drug prohibition is working right now which is not at all.