A lot of people might have the preconception that you need to do meth before you can be rewarded with a pile of garbage bags bungie corded together. Not true! If you are considering a career in methamphetamine you can use this guideline to get you straight to being a meth head without the real life repercussion of propelling your dopamine production like a virtual Disney factory at Christmas time that gets sold to Mitt Romney, closes down and the town goes bankrupt. Here are some of the Methhead accessories you can do ALL yourself for Fall 2018.
Severely Cracked Phone
This fall accessory looks like it should be easy to make, right? WRONG! After you try throwing your phone on the ground, chucking it 30 miles an hour at a brick wall a foot away and smashing it straight on with a rock you'll discover this exact look is hard to achieve. If you get lucky you will break it to the point where you will have to use makeshift aluminum foil sauter to connect a bunch of wires on the back and somehow still hear a voice going in and out on the other side.
Custom Bike with Shit Attachment
Ever laid your eyes on one of these babies? No, you haven't cause no two are alike. Each bike seems to rival the next on how much crap can be literally strapped on to a baby carrier. All you need to make your own is a stolen bike, a stolen baby carrier and a bunch of shit. It's easy!
A tent surrounded by a stack of grocery carts, a RV surrounded by grocery carts or a grocery cart surrounded by a bunch of grocery carts
This look never seems to go out of style. First you'll need a dumpy RV or a tent with a million tarps and bungie cords. Next you'll need a fuckload of grocery carts. Place the grocery carts outside the tent or rv randomly as if they blew onto the scene in a jet pack.
If your goal in life is to be on meth give this a try and see how you like it. Or you've been envying the soulless shrouds that creep around your city like the Walking Dead, this is a way to achieve those goals without the means, you don't have to sit around and covet any longer!
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