Talk:Party and play
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People all over the world even in countries outside of the USA PNP. It's also common in rural areas and urban areas too.
PNPing without meth
Okay, all the sources i found when writing this article said that meth is the only drug used. You said wait oh no E too Crack too, etc. So i added it in, then you removed it saying it wasnt cited. Well youre right it shouldnt say anything besides meth untill you can properly cite that assertion orelse its pattent truthiness and has no place here. I think its very very important to emphasize that Meth is the predominant/default/assumed drug when speaking of PNPing. if other drugs are used and called pnping, or if in combination with meth, you need to qualify and include it but not add in usually meth, without saying what else.qrc2006/email 22:47, 5 January 2007 (UTC)
Cited. House of Scandal 23:54, 5 January 2007 (UTC)
You can PNP on Marijuana, cocaine/crack, MDMA/MDA, heroin/other opiates, Alcohol, GHB, and meth. All PNP means is that someone is having sex while under the influence of drugs. It can be just one like meth or it could be multiple ones. I do not PNP but I have met a fair amount of people who do and it does lower your inhibitions so you will have sex with people who you normally would not or do not know, and some people do things like bareback or have unsafe sex that they would not do if they were sober. Generally though when someone says that they want to "party" or PNP it does mean use meth but it can also mean using any of the drugs previously listed while having sex.
- Poorly, how 3rd grade!qrc2006/email 04:01, 6 January 2007 (UTC)
The Urban Dictionary is not considered a reliable source, only used to substantiate the existance of certain terms but anyone can add in an entry and doesnt have to cite it. i can go on there right now and say PNP means Walking you dog or having interracial sex or having sex while smoking weed.
also definition number one was rated 15-2 and is the correct one and the serious links to articles in TIME and Gay.com make no mention of drugs other than crystal my friend. They are much more trusted sources.
I agree that all PNP means is sex under the influence of drugs and that you don't have to be using crystal meth, coke or crack, as you can PNP on Marijuana and booze. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 23:03, 19 November 2011 (UTC)
The citation I added over explains that the term mostly has to do with meth and made it obvious that some use it in a broader sense which, despite your beliefs or wishes, is true. Urban Dictionary was only one of three references I gave. You can't find a source that says "PNP means only sex with meth", only sources that don't mention other drugs, which I acknowledged. You obviously have some axe to grind and are trying to suppress info rather than allow it to be judged by readers. I just give information; people who have agendas other than producing the most informative article possible are a mystery to me. Your actions are against the spirit of Wikipedia. I am not your friend but your sarcasm is noted and, I think, indicative of the maturity with you bring to this matter (much like your "well you know what?" comment). You are tiresome and wrong. This is my last communication to you. House of Scandal 04:31, 6 January 2007 (UTC) /private/Network/Servers/tmis-doc.pcschools.us/Volumes/Docshd/StudentDocu/pswenson12/Desktop/Picture clipping.pictClipping/private/Network/Servers/tmis-doc.pcschools.us/Volumes/Docshd/StudentDocu/pswenson12/Desktop/Picture clipping.pictClipping
I think MDMA and GHB should be mentioned by name, and also the words "in combination" should be added or it should just say meth. I think its problematic to say typically meth w/o saying what is untypical if you seem to know it. why shouldnt PNP and the movie 24hrs on craigslist be mentioned?qrc2006/email 23:06, 8 January 2007 (UTC) SHUTUP!Template:Ģ
I thought meth was called tina, because drug dealers gave it a female name crystal became 'christina' then just 'tina' —Preceding unsigned comment added by Ottawakismet (talk • contribs) 07:31, 9 April 2010 (UTC)
What exactly is not considered neutral?qrc2006/email 14:36, 12 January 2007 (UTC)
Removing POV tags is not a clear violation of Wikipedia policy. No rationale has been given for the inclusion of the tag and there does not seem to be any POV issues from what I can see. No discussion has been made on the topic. Adding tags without reasoning is considered poor style. Removing them when there is no debate nor rationale is proper.
Suggest merge with Methamphetamine and sex