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'Brieing' Is The Newest Party Trend That Combines An Unlikely Pair--Cheese And Ecstacy

'Brieing' Is The Newest Party Trend That Combines An Unlikely Pair--Cheese And Ecstacy
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Midde-aged women in metropolitan cities have taken hosting dinner parties to the next level.

One 50-year-old-woman from London told Metro she participated in the trend of serving her party guests a dose of MDMA – an ingredient found in ecstasy pills – to inject some laughter back into her humdrum parties once again. But she didn't just serve the pills as party favors because that would be silly.

No, it's all about the presentation.

The hostess with the mostest wrapped the drug in some brie and served it to her consenting guests.





The trend is called "brieing" and the business woman explaining the reason behind her motivation.

I have a strong circle of female friends and we had tried all the latest fads, food fashions and destination dinner parties but something was missing.
We did not seem to have as much of a laugh than as when we were younger, there always seemed to be barriers up between us.
So, one of our group suggested we all take MDMA together so we could open up to each other and improve our friendships.



It's game on.

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These women had prior experience in recreational drugs, but when it came to ecstasy, they were clueless.

Our friend had been given a gram of MDMA by her daughter and we had no idea how to take it, as, though some of us had taken coke before we had not taken MDMA.




Thank goodness her son was able to clarify proper usage of ecstasy. She took his tip, and the brieing began.

I phoned my son who told us not to sniff it but to swallow it, so we wrapped some of the powder in a cigarette paper and put it in Brie and all took some each.
Nothing much happened for forty minutes then then the colours in the rug seemed to be a more vivid and before I know it was in an in-depth conversation about my fantasy sex life with an old friend.





The party successfully recovered from a slump.

It was such an intense experience. I am sure most of us at that party have done it with other friends so now wrapping MDMA in Brie seems to be a thing now.
A year later and I have been invited to 'brieing parties' and people seem to think it was all grand design but I assure you it was not. It is such a middle class way to take drugs, that is probably why it has taken off.




MDMA is considered one of the most "popular and illicit drugs in the world," according to the Global Drug Survey and is considered to have therapeutic benefits as its often prescribed to those suffering from PTSD.

But the effects of MDMA aren't for everyone. One woman suffered after coming down from the high of the brieing party.

I thought it was funny that we were all taking 'E's n Cheese' together and we did have a real laugh on the night. But the come down I had was absolutely terrible, perhaps because I do not have a partner to go home to and get a big hug from it was worse for me. I still felt incredibly sad on the Tuesday night after taking it at the weekend, I will never be doing it again.



H/T - Metro, Twitter

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