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The Void by Oliver Madgebanks - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 23:10:57 EST ID:LDVPmJhZ No.359193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Question: What thing has come into your life to fill the existential void of MXE vanishing from the face of the Earth, and why is it absolutely fucking NOTHING?
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Rebecca Smallridge - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 00:10:06 EST ID:J5cXRdRB No.359194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
man I really want to try MXE

but most options nowadays are unreliable as hell. and really, no one gives a shit about this chemical outside of the drug nerd
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Jenny Sunnerdit - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 01:06:59 EST ID:ikuNBrU7 No.359195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359193
Fuck u so what if I'm a drug nerd?! I need to try the the sexy mexxie as well and my friend did our whole stash me picked up for us before making it back to town three years ago
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Wesley Fanham - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 01:44:36 EST ID:vG4O7Njn No.359199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mistress mexxy has returned to us traveler, but you are ashamed to show your face to her. Why do you turn from her milk? Has the darkness been too long and the light now too is blinding? Aeshwalli I will pray for you, Mensa
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Betsy Crosslehore - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 05:17:46 EST ID:G5vwYWcF No.359200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359193
is it really not available at all?
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Nicholas Turveyson - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 09:05:00 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359200
it must be available somewhere and in any case it's still alive in our hearts, so sooner or later it's gonna resurface again. We just have to purge our devils a bit as a collective and all good things will come to the surface to face daylight.
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John Penkinford - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 20:42:07 EST ID:LDVPmJhZ No.359227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359209 To be fair, doing MXE every single day for years turned me into a really shitty person.
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Reuben Brinkinshit - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:05:43 EST ID:Ql9nhB3K No.359228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359227
It's great you can recognize this, too many people get caught up in the alteration of their psyche and aren't able to separate reality from fantasy.
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Charles Barryfit - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 06:38:27 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359227
elaborate please
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George Blunkinhatch - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 20:59:50 EST ID:BWG9dNAp No.359284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I did a lot of meth for a little bit to try and fill the void. It was a piss poor substitute DOC to replace MXE
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Emma Sinnerstock - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 21:31:54 EST ID:b3U7yVm1 No.359286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the fact that mxe no longer exists is literally the biggest tragedy in the recorded history of mankind.

i wish the couple years of heroin addiction would've killed me rather than be forced to go to prison and get sober and live a normal life without mxe in it.
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Jarvis Goodforth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 17:48:27 EST ID:arJXPQvP No.359316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
3 meo pcp
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Nicholas Bobberhood - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 00:23:55 EST ID:LDVPmJhZ No.359326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359249
It really screwed with my judgement skills, and I developed a tendency put mxe before taking care of personal responsibilities.


>>359316
If you can have 3meo in your life and still function as a normal human being, good on you.
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Eliza Brishstut - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 03:12:53 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359326
sounds a bit like you chose bad things for yourself and blamed the drug..
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Walter Blasslebanks - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 13:24:26 EST ID:J5cXRdRB No.359335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>only vendor I've seen so far that still sells quality MXE and isn't a scamming piece of shit like elisa yamaha sells it at $200/g

yeah I definitely missed this train
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Eliza Brishstut - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 13:56:02 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359335
it'll return if not for anything else then for the memories of dissonauts on this board just wait a decade or two.
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Caroline Darthall - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 00:49:54 EST ID:J5cXRdRB No.359360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359340

>just wait a decade or two

oh man is MXE gonna be the millennial's LSD? thats quite sad tbh.
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Oliver Brooklock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 02:24:52 EST ID:wJoS/YmY No.359362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ketamine fills the void for me.
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Reuben Gemblelock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 10:55:04 EST ID:g29yz5ue No.359368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359360
dxm is tbh
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Shit Pockhood - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 12:45:27 EST ID:F3X0kEgc No.359375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359360
I think you you meant the generation's that comes after Gen Z acid. I'm a millennial and you're probably one too
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Reuben Gemblelock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 12:59:46 EST ID:g29yz5ue No.359379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359375
i assumed he was grandpa x making some joke about millennials. now i don't even know what he's trying to say.
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George Supperwill - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 08:22:24 EST ID:91fmqRVd No.359434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've seen this kind of thread a number of times on /dis/ (and might've started one or two myself). I think you've put it more succinctly than any of them, for whatever that's worth. Anyway, I feel you.

There really is nothing else like good MXE (although K is similar - for a short time - at a hole dose). A light dose was profoundly simple: it felt like I'd just removed a veil I'd been wearing my whole life. Everything was just more aesthetically pleasant, more meaningful, more connected.

Higher doses brought what felt like spiritual insight, and music - or anything I turned that intense awareness on - became so incredibly meaningful. The only time I can remember crying for the utter beauty of the world.

The hallmarks of MXE - what I've never experienced, before or since - are the "sparkly" euphoric feeling that accompanied the dissociation, and the "clean" nature of the drug. I don't mean that it was free of side effects - although it was. I experienced zero side- or aftereffects from the original UK MXE. Later batches yielded a typical dissociative hangover.

I mean that - first - there was a deeply cleansing effect I can only describe as spiritual. It's hard to describe if you haven't experienced it; on even moderate doses, I felt "clean" throughout the experience. As the effects wore off, there was a deep catharsis, like I'd just rid myself of something truly unpleasant. I felt new again.

MXE also left my mind intact for the whole trip, short of heavy doses. I was able to think normally, write/communicate, etc. Most other dissociatives have a "cognitive blunting" effect that makes them useless in an artistic or utility sense. I could control the dose precisely enough that there was a line I walked - dip across to experience, come back and write about it. I did that many times a night, each mini-trip taking a half-hour or so. I remember starting a few threads here with very long posts (the kind my sober mind balks from writing - worse than this one), and I think the forum was at its best during that period. There were a lot of meandering, philosophical threads, and a lot of people posting (and actually communicating) concurrently while dissed.

The way the authorities seized on a couple of deaths (if I remember correctly, each of which had ingested a plethora of other substances in addition to MXE), called it a danger, and banned it is deplorable, but not surprising. Even with weed being slowly legalized, society still thinks drugs are only for treating illnesses; anything else is abuse and means the (ab)user should be thrown in a cage for years at a time, which is obviously better than the scummy druggy life they were living before, a clear way of bettering and redeeming people.

That the labs immediately moved on to other substances, most of which were not dissociatives, is also not surprising. It's unfortunate that none of the newer RCs measured up. 3-meo-pce felt similar, in a very twisted, manic way; the "spiritual"/meaningful component was completely absent. 3-meo-pcp had the mild euphoria and relaxation down, but I would probably have felt challenged trying to brew a cup of coffee. O-PCE yielded a perfect but very clinical and very dead state of dissociation, while also wrecking cognitive thought. And so forth. It's interesting that a lot of dissociatives provoke aphasia at some point. One batch had an alarming impurity that gave me word salad for an hour.

I understand what you mean when you talk about the void in your life. I miss the sense of gnostic clarity, the feeling of understanding about the deep nature of the world that made everything seem positive and sensible and connected. I miss the soul-deep cleansing to be had whenever I needed it, with no consequences or aftereffects.

I miss the social lubrication and aesthetic augmentation lower doses effected on the world, and the sense of wonder and discovery and raw euphoria of the higher ones. It was the most innocuous drug I've ever seen in terms of its effects footprint, probably gentler than caffeine. It helped me through a difficult period in my life, and I am honestly a better and more well-adjusted person for having spent some time with it. I was able to let go of a lot of anxiety and despair that were making me a dysfunctional wreck. There is so much therapeutic potential there. It didn't deserve the knee-jerk ban reaction that is still so common in our society.

There are places where it's legal, and presumably people willing to synthesize it; the days I spent with MXE were the best days of my life, and at some point I'll make that happen again. I don't know how possible that is: I feel that the original AIRCR MXE was qualitatively different than later batches (even though some of those were verified for purity) - but that's a different conversation.

The thought of never having those experiences again is, pardon the pun, sobering. It makes me more than a little sad, and my life is poorer without the prospect of MXE.
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Lillian Seffingspear - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 08:40:17 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359434
it's up to us to make it legal again. it will happen.
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Augustus Pizzleshit - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:50:47 EST ID:31dSHjqH No.359437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>people are still desperately looking forward to the return of MXE when deschloroketamine exists

buncha dummies
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Lillian Seffingspear - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 14:47:56 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359437
are you saying it's better than ketamine? cause for me MXE was way better than K
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Augustus Secklebane - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 19:06:53 EST ID:vj9f5ylo No.359446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359437

D-ketamine is a bit too much on the sedating side so it really doesn't compare to the roflcoaster of MXE. Imo d-ketamine shines way more when you combine it with stims like 3-FPM and such
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Polly Doffingshit - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 02:57:08 EST ID:0P894Wg3 No.359455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359446
deschloroketamine is clinical, sedating, and feels like getting a lobotomy.
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Caroline Fanway - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 11:14:49 EST ID:1eBcWYZ4 No.359459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359437
>lets use a drug that will destroy your CNS given enough time instead of the well tested classics

yeah no thanks. I'd rather just buy ketamine and become homeless because that shit is EXPENSIVE
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Priscilla Pabberdock - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 12:07:02 EST ID:fTQnMToi No.359462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DXM HBr my man
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Esther Pockham - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 14:52:46 EST ID:31dSHjqH No.359467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359443

I prefer it over K because it's arguably healthier (much smaller doses required) and lasts much longer.

K < DCK < MXE

I miss MXE, but DCK does everything that MXE did for me. video game/movie immersion, astral projection, anesthesia, indefinite anxiety suppression, euphoria, etc. But I would understand if people don't like the druggy feeling of DCK
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Nigel Dunderwere - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 18:59:52 EST ID:hQD9jm+u No.359473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359434
damn bro, that was beautiful. you just sold MXE to me LOL by how you explain it, it seems to me the high was very unique


tell me, did everything felt as cold and dull as when you're on ket?

>>359375

yes I'm millennial , too. I really doubt this drug is known by anyone over 40 years old, and if it is then he/she/it is the exception.
its become a legend, a myth around the drug forums. But nowhere else does anyone give the slightest fuck about MXE.

Lets hope that MXE finds its way once again, let it not die off like qualuudes.
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Cedric Sommlepat - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:27:18 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359473
>qualuudes
speaking of it, is it a dis? how does it work, anyone willing to share?
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Henry Dartridge - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 06:23:28 EST ID:91fmqRVd No.359492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The worst part of it is, I don't remember how MXE felt. I can talk about the aesthetic differences, and the zenlike *understanding* that left the mind intact while I played at being Buddha, walking the earth for a few hours at a time - those are memories - but I can't put myself in that headspace; I can't remember what it FELT like, past the description and a few images.

>>359473
>tell me, did everything felt as cold and dull as when you're on ket?

Hard to say. The original UK MXE had a light opioid euphoria to it; especially if I smoked with it, my mind relates that to opioid warmth (I was about to write it up that way, but on refflection, that just isn't present). I felt that later batches - which may very well have tested as pure MXE - lacked that euphoria. There's some debate about the differences. It might have something to do with chirality, impurity of one batch or another, or user bias.

At middling doses, MXE tended to make whatever you were concentrating on - music, an image, a line of text - into something of almost religious significance. I felt that it acted like a screen or filter; the weaker stimuli couldn't get through, and what was left became more important by comparison.

In that sense, surroundings did tend to fade out as the dosage increased. More gradually than with K, for any dose, but there are a lot of similarities. I think high-dose K may be the epitome of the dissociative experience. It's a lot like MXE, but it is colder, and purer. The duration of K leaves a lot to be desired, though.

MXE at lower doses really shines. K is not interesting at all to me at low doses, quite the opposite. I can't focus on the world the same way; there's that fade-out, but nothing fills the void. MXE yields that very positive euphoria, and the "filter" is a little more discriminating; most of the sensory input might get the "distancing" treatment of K, but what gets through - the object of focus - is beautiful and intense.

I found it hard to see threshold to low doses of MXE as dissociative (although they were) for that reason. There are so many things you just pass over while you're walking around in day-to-day life. You see "tree, tree, tree, stand of trees" - but you don't really SEE them. Your mind throws the label "tree" on them and you have no reason to notice.

I think that's why I credit MXE with those aesthetic improvements. The trees (or whatever) stood out by comparison to the minutiae of the environment, which the drug had muted. I was forced to SEE them the way I probably hadn't since I was very young, noticing everything for the first time. That model also explains why going without MXE after a couple of weeks, riding a constant threshold dose, was so frustrating. I had to let the noise back in.

It's that zen-like meditation/focus quality that I love about dissociatives. Compared with mastering a meditative discipline, it seems like a shortcut to an intense state of being, to experiencing the beauty of the world that was always right in front of you - but that you always, unconsciously screen out.
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Cedric Sommlepat - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 06:55:55 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359492
man you make me wish i had experienced k or mxe in the daylight, cause i always did it after dark. On the other hand i guess those substances actually are quite diminishing of sensory input so maybe i didn't miss that much, but still I wonder how a fully sunlit world would look like under those 'religious' circumstances.
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Reuben Broddleladging - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 15:54:30 EST ID:wGxYT+Kv No.359530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359476
more like benzo kinda thing tho not exactly still, not worth attention right now when you have a lot of better drugs/drugs combinations easily avalaible
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Martin Dannerstone - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 07:12:57 EST ID:hQD9jm+u No.359547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359492
>It's that zen-like meditation/focus quality that I love about dissociatives.

I find this interesting since I've never experienced this from dissociatives alone. It could be said this is unique for MXE. I like the way it sounds.


fuck me, getting MXE is gonna be a bitch from now on. I don't trust the darknet, just because MXE shows up on the marquis reagent doesn't mean its not cut with O-PCE, fentanyl or whatever another abomination the RC labs come up with.
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Edward Honeyfoot - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 09:30:28 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359530
have you even tried it? and what better drugs/drugs combinations are you suggesting may be better??
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Edward Honeyfoot - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 17:50:20 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359547
you guys should be more positive, mxe is coming back and it is gonna be glorious, do not doubt it, the reality is such.
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Priscilla Borrykatch - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 21:40:43 EST ID:cJVNLg8i No.359563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359554
WHEN????
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Edward Pumbleteck - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 08:22:20 EST ID:wGxYT+Kv No.359571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359548
I did but only once, cause my friend didn't want to share any more pills
heroin + clonazepam/alprazolam was much better, probably closest you can get to qualudes is gbl/ghb right now
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Nigel Dunnerpag - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 08:37:28 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359571
ok ok, that sounds fair. Although I want to remain opiate naive for some years still.
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Nathaniel Wullernidge - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:34:22 EST ID:LDVPmJhZ No.359576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This thread reminds me to hop on the DCK train before it's completely gone. To my knowledge, only one RC vendor sells it, and I have no idea how to get invited to the club. The PCP derivatives are actually quite nice and extremely euphoric, but they don't lend themselves well to shit like coming home from work and unwinding. That shit is a 12 hour commitment to insanity. K is alright, but it never shows up around here, and when it does, it's cut to hell, a shit isomer, and never less than like $80/g.

The fact that no one is making MXE, even if only to sell on the black market, when there is such a great demand for it, undermines everything I thought I knew about economics.
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Eliza Dibblekag - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 03:18:55 EST ID:91fmqRVd No.359598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359572
Opioids are nice, but really not what our culture makes them out to be. I liked doing a little oxy from time to time, a few years ago. There was a time when I had a very nice ongoing option on them, and I did edge into addiction for a week or two. I didn't have the best day when I cut it out, I was cold and unhappy and snapped at people, but it wasn't the nightmare you hear about (those stories are true, but opioids - like cigarettes - never struck enough of a chord in me to take it that far).

Trying H made me a little nervous, but it really isn't any different than oxy. I didn't go chasing it after that. Of course, I never shot anything up, and that's probably a big part of the discrepancy. That's a line that might not be worth crossing, to my mind. I might IM K, if someone showed up with it - I've never even seen it on the street here, so I doubt it will happen - but that's about it.
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Clara Doddledock - Thu, 22 Feb 2018 03:19:58 EST ID:Ju8/Vag1 No.359667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359576
it's too much of a pain in the ass to make and the demand is niche at best. also marginalism is incorrect. but we're on the wrong board for that
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David Pudgewill - Thu, 22 Feb 2018 16:46:29 EST ID:Da6GPwBM No.359690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359576

Yeah the dissapearance of MXE is highly confusing to me too. and now I'm stressing hard because DCK is getting so much more difficult to find

but hey you can email me and I'll help ya get in the club
420chanhomiewantsdck @ gm ail. com
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Angus Porryfene - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 21:00:23 EST ID:hQD9jm+u No.359739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359690
aren't you afraid of DCK potential to harm your nervous system? polite nb


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