Interesting choice of words.addict-To cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance.
addiction-1.a. Compulsive physiological and psychological need for a habit-forming substance: a drug used in the treatment of heroin addiction.
b. An instance of this: a person with multiple chemical addictions.
2.a. The condition of being habitually or compulsively occupied with or or involved in something.
Junkie-1.a narcotics addict, esp. one addicted to heroin
2.a person who is addicted to a specified interest, activity, food, etc
Idiot-1.Obsolete a retarded person mentally equal or inferior to a child two years old
2.a very foolish or stupid person
that is todays lesson for you townie and po boy
now study hard to get smarter thank you
"Addict, Addiction, Junkie, Idiot...."
Q: What do all of these words have in common?
A: They are all synonymous with each other.
That is today's lesson for you "Old but Young at Heart." Now, when you take your Methadone today, don't forget to include your ADD Medication as well. For if you are able to gain back that focus that has prevented you from getting your GED all of these years, you may actually be able to learn something.
That is, of course, if you don't make the "CHOICE" to go back on the street drugs that have killed so many of your brain cells already.