They won't remember you, but you'll remember them for the rest of your life.
They are locked in a dead mad scientist's lab and tasked with finding an antidote to the disease that has overtaken the world. Also, they are on drugs.
The Global Drug Survey 2015 has questioned more than 100,000 people about their experience when it comes to buying drugs.
A new study authorized by the FDA focusing on subjects suffering from severe anxiety stemming from a life-threatening condition aims to find out.
"Now I'm finding more public servants are buying than ever before. Maybe it's because of the amount of money they make."
Are you at Manchester? Statistically, yer fuckin' mad fer it.
A look at the man behind the world's largest collection of drug-related literature and paraphernalia.
Millions of us take drugs. But for those of us who aren't feeling great about ourselves, the need for escapism can be stronger.
"All the stereotypes are true," a dealer and model agent told us. "They aren't even stereotypes—they're just true."
If love is a chemical reaction in your brain, shouldn't there be a way to artificially induce it?
Getting in, getting laid and getting high – how to conquer those Friday nights that will define your young life.
I sat down with life coach Annie Lalla to discuss what her experiences with MDMA have taught her about building better relationships.
This is how you'd be taking drugs if the law had anything to do with how harmful they actually are.
Which drugs will screw up your pregnancy (and which ones are, all things considered, relatively safe)?
Examining the facts around Dr Wouter Basson, his top-secret biological weapons programme and the 98 percent pure ecstasy - or "Basson's Brownies" - produced in his labs.
I spoke to Casey Hardison, who spent nine years in jail for concocting hallucinogenics.
This week, A (addiction) to D (dealers).
He thinks you're better off taking mushrooms.
It's mostly bad.
Gatecrashing a pyjama pub crawl in London.
"HydroBlowBack" was the deep web's most prolific drug reviewer.
And there's me thinking drugs would fix a night spent rubbing against half-naked strangers.
Festival bouncers care about you much more than you'd think.
Why is the only legal intoxicant the one that's most likely to kill you?