If you inhale the smoke then yes.
This room has an acrid odor.
Smoke is a byproduct of incomplete combustion. Fumes are the gaseous form of a substance that is solid at room temperature.
The question should rephrased to "CAN it get you high?", because it depends on how much you inhale. If you're wondering if the secondhand smoke still has meth in it, the answer is YES! That's one of the reasons people sometimes do what is called "shotgunning", which involves one person taking a hit from their meth pipe and then exhaling it into the mouth of the second person, who inhales that and then exhales THEIR smoke into the first person. This gets repeated until no smoke comes out. So whether you inhale the smoke directly from the first smoker or you just inhale the fumes wafting about the room, whatever you inhale has meth in it. Do that long enough and you'll get high without technically saying you smoked anything. Purposely keeping the room closed (or often a car) so that one can continuously inhale the second-hand smoke of any drug is also known as "hot boxing". A famous example of this depicted in a movie is when Sean Penn opens the door to his van in the movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".
It is a solid at room temperature. at room temp its solid. Think you've got gold jewelery that doesnt melt or anything when just sitting on the shelf, so its solid.
No way. The THC gets absorbed in the smokers lungs, then the waste is exhaled. The smoke coming from the joint or pipe, isn't enough to get you high, ESPECIALLY if your in another whole room
I do not think it is possible to get that "high" feeling,but you can be sure of one thing,stay away from those people.The smoke can get inhaled into your lungs,and that basically screws you up.
Sitting room - salón
...Well, not really No. If you're in a very small room with a LOT of smoke for a few hours then you might feel some effects, but the smoke would have to be fog thick and the room would have to be unventilated. But in most cases the concentrations just aren't high enough.In 99% of cases it's nothing but another lie they tell people to scare them away from drugs and drug users.
the room where you are sitting is not well aerated
The German word for sitting room is Wohnzimmer (lit. living room)
Most likely not, unless you were sitting in a room the size of an ice machine.
a room a sitting room a kitchen
No! You do not get high off peoples weed when there in the same room as you. People always think that.
The Bed-Sitting Room - film - was created in 1969-06.