Ravers Circa '98 Scoff at News Article Discussing Drug "Molly"

Written by Tony Bagodonutz

Saturday, 5 October 2013

Hardingbone Bodditripp III, along with his best friend Jack Swolunshaft recall their heyday in the rave and electronic music scenes of the late nineties.

"I don't remember exactly, but I'm pretty sure it was great," stated Bodditripp, 36.

Swolunshaft, 37, interjected, "Yeah. It was."

The two former "candy ravers" commented on a recent headline they saw regarding the current state of the electronic music scene. The headline reads:


Molly is the street name for the powder or crystal form of MDMA, the chemical used in the popular club drug, Ecstasy. It's often considered to be the purest form of the drug.

Upon seeing the headline, Bodditripp responded, "DUH!"

Swolunshaft followed up with a resounding "DUHHHHH!"

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