This anti-LSD ad from 1969 is the best thing on the internet today
If you thought 2017’s drug policy was backwards, you haven’t seen anything yet.
A 1969 US public service announcement about the horrific dangers of LSD has been getting a lot of attention online recently — but probably not for the reasons the government would like.
The 3-minute video recounts the
hilarious terrifying story of a young woman’s first ever experience with acid — complete with swirling sepia footage and warping music.
After admitting she only took the drug because she was “jacked up on marijuana” (damn that gateway drug), the woman goes on to describe the moment when her hotdog began talking to her. But what starts off as a cheerful chat between the woman and her hotdog ends in tragedy.
Words really can’t describe, so you best just watch the thing for yourself: