In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1adicto al ácido masculineadicta al ácido feminineadicto al LSD masculineadicta al LSD femininehe is an acidhead — es un consumidor de ácido / LSD
- We've all seen weepy drunks or screaming acid heads - the guard goes down and feelings come out.
- Some of the best writers were acid heads and obviously some of the best musicians.
- And it just so happened that these acid heads were getting jobs at the earliest silicon valley companies - designing new interfaces, virtual reality, and those kinds of things.
- I mean, we all know hardcore smokers who seem unable to actually think about anything, or acid heads who wibble on about their ‘insights’ all the time.
- I'd love to meet the acid heads who write, produce, and direct some of these things.
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