No more stay high in this post!

The title of this article is a quote from the post, but the sentiment is more of a general sentiment.

If you read the title, you’ll see that the sentiment came from a recent post in the /r/IAmA subreddit.

The title read, “Stay safe, stay high” (a phrase often used by the user community to point out the importance of staying safe and staying high, in case you’ve forgotten.)

The sentiment is a common one, and it’s not surprising given that the subreddit is an online community for users to express their thoughts on anything from the recent terror attacks in Paris to recent events in general.

However, the sentiment does seem a little out of place, especially considering that the post was written by a woman, and the title of the post is about her.

The post itself is a little long for a typical subreddit post, and there’s a lot of information in it.

But the sentiment and the phrasing in the post are very similar.

In addition to saying stay safe, the title also says that she’s been staying high on drugs, which is something we’re all familiar with.

The post is in reference to the recent Paris attacks, in which a gunman killed 129 people and injured over 350.

That attack occurred just a week after the Paris attacks of November 13, which were also claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, or ISIS).

The sentiment seems a little strange to many of us who don’t follow the subreddit or know much about the topic, but I’ve found it quite helpful.

In the past, the community has been quick to point to the Paris shootings as an example of how the media and society has turned a blind eye to the terror threats facing Western societies, which the subreddit also referred to in the title.

The community, which was created a year ago, has also helped spread awareness of the dangers of drugs and other substances to the masses, as well as spread the awareness of a problem that is not being addressed.

If you want to get a better understanding of the community, check out this Reddit post by /u/kazuya_soul, which talks about how /r-islam can help people understand how much of a community the subreddit can be.

The subreddit has had more than 9 million subscribers since its inception.