E-asy does it

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Who is this Button for?

Users of the 'love drug' and seekers of XTC.

Revellers, ravers, e-tards and 'molly' men, women and anyone in between.

Provocative Suggestions

Hello friendly, thirsty person with dilated pupils :-)

Start a campaign for purity. [1]


When God saw that people, instead of turning to God, were turning to the medicine cabinet, God made himself available in the medicine cabinet.

(Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi) [2]

The police’s dilemma was that ravers at these events were happy, they were dancing peacefully, and there was no violence – but raves were now illegal and arrests had to be made.

(Tim Pilcher, E: The Incredibly Strange History of Ecstacy)

Tonight the light of love is in your eyes

But will you love me tomorrow?

(Gerry Goffin and Carole King, Will you love me tomorrrow?)

Something to consider

Feelings of love and connectedness are natural and can be generated from within.



  1. Pills sold as "Ecstasy”, “Molly”, “E”, “XTC”, “X”, “Adam”, “beans”, “hug”, “clarity” and “lover's speed” are seldom pure MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine) and are usually cut with a variety of other drugs which include: ketamine, amphetamine, caffeine, ephedrine, and flunitrazepam and others as well as true poisons.
  2. It's cute to think of God as a pharmacologist but what goes up must come down - as users of E will confirm.