And They Get It Delivered Faster Than Pizza.
Whilst the concept of getting Cocaine faster than getting pizza is a given, and a cliche, it is still amazing how much Cocaine people in Scotland intake in comparison to people in England.
It is around the time of year when the 2018 Global Drugs survey gets published and you get a bunch of stupid stats about drug use in the UK. It hasn’t improved this year, however, it depends on how you see it personally, from a perspective on the other side, you may think that it has improved massively. It’s up to you.
Moving on to the UK, 1000 cocaine users were surveyed in England, in comparison to the 500 in Scotland. 12.2% of the people surveyed in England said that they could get coke delivered in under half an hour against 19.8% in Scotland. These are the fifth and sixth quickest delivery places times in the world.
This is a bit confusing so here is a bit of context: out of the 15,000 coke users were questioned worldwide, only 30.3% believed they could get coke in half an hour whereas 16.5% reckoned they could get a pizza in that time. People, evidently are getting their priorities in order.
Whilst the length of time it takes to get coke is astounding, the most interesting thing to come out of this survey is the fact that Scottish people do more cocaine in a single session that anyone else in the world!
The report concluded with the following warning:
With many cities covered with CCTV cameras, traditional street dealing is becoming less attractive to many suppliers and consumers.
On the other hand, darknet markets allow drugs to be delivered through your letterbox and the rise of encrypted social media platforms makes ordering relatively safe.
Thus, it’s not surprising that the next customer service upgrade was going to be the growth of sophisticated and rapid drug delivery services in many of our big cities.
Dealers are now competing for customers not only through product quality but also speed of delivery, with easy access and higher purity likely to lead to escalating use and harms among people.
With this in mind, it seems like this country is in the middle of a cocaine epidemic, and that it is only getting worse.
To conclude, HUGS, NOT DRUGS KIDS!
For more of the same, check out Ross Kemp exploring a secret Shanti town for Cocaine users.