Lorde gets fucked hard in the nail salon
The second single from New Zealand pop singer Lorde’s third album Solar energy has the curious title, “Stoned at the Nail Salon.”
The chorus says:
‘Cause all the beautiful girls, they will wither like roses
And whenever they change everything will come
I do not know
Maybe I’m just high at the nail salon
Maybe I’m still high at the nail salon
Possession and use of cannabis in New Zealand is illegal and punishable by three months in prison and / or a fine of $ 500. Sales and cultivation receive much heavier penalties. In 2020, a referendum on the legalization of lost cannabis by a margin of 51% -% 49.
According to NORML NZ:
• New Zealand has one of the highest rates of use in the world: 52% of New Zealanders aged 15 to 45 admit to having used cannabis at some point, and 16% describe themselves as current users. .
• Use increased by more than 20% from 1990 to 1998, a period of tougher laws and increased arrests.
• The 2012 United Nations Drug Report 2012 confirmed that New Zealanders are still among the best pot users in the world.
• There are too many cannabis users to quit: more half a million Kiwis regularly violate the law on cannabis, including 70,000 on a daily basis.
In 2014, when Lorde broke with her No.1 hit “Royals”, she was criticized for saying, “I hate reggae. Reggae makes me feel like I’m late for something. “
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