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Our Brains by Sidney Blackhall - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 21:38:06 EST ID:n2eDudDf No.277134 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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They say you can't feel the effects of brain damage tangibly; but in actuality I can literally feel this shit. I dont need a brain scan to tell me that my brain looks like this, a bloody misfiring encephilitic piece of atrophying flesh.
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Lillian Fittingtud - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 12:59:45 EST ID:w/rAZ4ar No.277168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277148
I passed weird a long time ago
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Fucking Pobblewet - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 09:50:47 EST ID:egopR7LH No.277195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277144

have you seen Leaving Las Vegas?
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cuntilinguangina - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 16:12:25 EST ID:y38fmUVW No.277199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i can't stop screaming since i looked at OP's pic.

fuck ur dumb face, and fuck mine too
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Nathaniel Trotham - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 04:09:02 EST ID:w/rAZ4ar No.277203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277195
Sure who hasn't, and while I don't really like Cage, I do feel like I can relate with the relationship to alcohol as portrayed in that movie, especially the frantic chugging
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Nathaniel Trotham - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 04:13:20 EST ID:w/rAZ4ar No.277204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277203
double post, but I think this video at 1.27 really illustrates that:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67qEA0r5TDE


Hangover by Simon Clayham - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 10:03:13 EST ID:CSnwYn3r No.277037 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How often do you have to drink to stop feeling like death afterwards? This shit is not worth it so I imagine it doesn't happen to people who drink a lot or no one would drink a lot.
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press !//CEObOMBY - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:22:24 EST ID:fj/0p+Fp No.277187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>277098
>Alchohol isnt really like weed where you get a tolerance

you havent been drinking for very long, have you?
nb
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Hedda Sondershaw - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:24:06 EST ID:0iL/IY0w No.277190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It depends on the hanngover.

Hangovers where I feel sick and stupid are not amenable to more alcohol until I've been awake at least 12 hours. Drinking before that will make me fall asleep at best, or make me sick.

Hangovers where I feel shaky and jumpy and nervous, I can go right back to booze and feel much better.
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Polly Hoblingbanks - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 08:05:30 EST ID:rOlg7+2Y No.277193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Alchohol isn’t really like weed where you get a tolerance.

That is demonstrably incorrect, as any common person could tell you.

>You won’t build up any real tolerance unless you drink often over a long a period of time.

Wait... you just said it isn't something you get tolerance to, but then you say in the next sentence if you do it a lot you get a tolerance. Just like every substance to which humans can develop tolerance. Not only do you not know what you're talking about but you are directly contradicting your own made-up nonsense. Maybe stop farting out random sentences and pretending to be knowledgeable.
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Martin Gickletotch - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 22:45:56 EST ID:Egy2Gkff No.277200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277098

What the fuck son? I'm 70 kg, when I started drinking heavily 6 years ago at 20, a twelve pack would be an all afternoon / night affair ending in a blackout. Now If I wake up hungover still well over the driving limit I can knock back 6 beers and several shots of hard liquor before noon and be at work for 2pm. If anyone says I smell like booze I say I've had 2 beers at lunch before I came in and I've never had anyone question me.

At 150 lb I can consume ~30 5% cans of beer in a day / night or a 1.14 L of hard liquor without blacking out how the fuck is that not a developed tolerance?
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Frederick Gepperdag - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:08:57 EST ID:+oDab877 No.277201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I mean it depends on the person. I have the privilege of not really getting hangovers no matter how much I drink, but then again I usually only drink vodka which doesn't have sugar which is known for making hangovers worse. you could try drinking earlier in the day so you'll come down before falling asleep, or taking some drug to ease the pain like cannabis or more alcohol.


BWH by Gnarly McGoblin - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 18:34:49 EST ID:GMTGuJUf No.275006 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Bump when drunk!
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Basil Fibbleville - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 12:53:54 EST ID:LazM8mpU No.277228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275006
First beer of the day and its not even noon.
Oh wait, its Saturday I don't have to give a fuck.
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Ebenezer Brundlewell - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 05:04:51 EST ID:AaUnK7y7 No.277238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Drank some homewade wine and sippin on some "chilada" shit

Let's goooooo
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Henry Trotbury - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 13:23:25 EST ID:VVJPDrPa No.277271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275176

You would come across as an intellectual here in Western Finland. Why don't you come over here. Bring all your fucking booze btw.
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Shitting Gorringcocke - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 19:18:59 EST ID:GuwssguD No.277291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
6th glass of rum and cider, i'm getting there
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Walter Gimmerdune - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 19:07:19 EST ID:Sm1X0lcG No.277371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What's this thread doing all the way down here? Don't tell me I'm the only one drinking this evening.


Alcoholic Neuropathy by Cyril Brublingforth - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 02:34:42 EST ID:HOIhPprG No.276138 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 33 and I drank profusely from my mid 20s up til 32.
I can drink like a fish and alcohol aside Im a health nut with a nice lean body and abs. I'm sure I have alcoholic neruopothy. If I drink a lot my arms and hands feel tingy and uncomfortable a day or two after. It's starting to freak me out.

I started to drink less and enjoy more weed. Anyone have to deal with this? Any tips? It really crept up on me. Thanks.
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Cornelius Fuckingshit - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 22:55:32 EST ID:R3gRrnTB No.276174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>276166
>>276172
Round two approaching.
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Barnaby Moddlehall - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 23:43:52 EST ID:HOIhPprG No.276302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP Here
My left arm and hand feel tingly in an uncomfortable way, and it's more pronounced after I drink a lot. I also get the shakes a little bit. Also when I lift weights my left wrist feels extremely weak. I'm muscular, but I dont feel as if I have any grip strength.

It takes time to lighten up. I drank a lot last night. Tonight I cant drink at all because Im going to a party tomorrow and I dont want girls to see my hands shaking or anything. It really sucks.
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Hamilton Gummlemidging - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 23:49:56 EST ID:GbTm6fBF No.276303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I am also 33 but had an ultrasound of my liver and have a fatty liver. Good luck in your endeavors.
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Lillian Bimmersork - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 00:12:31 EST ID:ydJmX8xf No.276328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276302
>It really sucks

Well then make it unsuck and fix ur shit before you fuck yourself up moreso ya dipshit.
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Nathaniel Hettinggold - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 03:06:55 EST ID:HOIhPprG No.277154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP Here,

Two months have passed. I traveled for weeks around Christmas and hardly drank much since I was around family. I feel like this might have lifted me out of my alcohol problem.

Like I have the control to stop drinking to excess because this problem just sucks so much. I feel more healthy and younger all around. Im cautious since it's just been like two months, but this feels like the new normal. I still get high as fuck though.


Kilju by Shitting Maddlelare - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 17:36:33 EST ID:SfwKET42 No.277067 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have been drinking kilju for the past 6 days. I have to say, once it clears from the yeast more, it becomes a lot more drinkable and actually tasty, a bit sweet and fruity.
It's also very cheap. 30 litres is like, what, 15 euros but the initial investment is like 30 because you have to buy a 30 litre plastic bowl.

I will never drink beer, wine or liquor again.

Post your kilju experiences.
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Cyril Wezzlebotch - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 19:43:24 EST ID:SfwKET42 No.277071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277070
Yeah I guess I would drink way too much if it tasted any better. Would have to order xanax.
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Jenny Hindlekog - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 10:03:12 EST ID:VVJPDrPa No.277080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277070

Sounds interesting. Could you post your recipe?
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Eliza Pockridge - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 18:52:27 EST ID:lumRkTk/ No.277088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277080
21 liters of water, a whole package of alcotec 24 hour turbo yeast, 6 or so kgs of sugar dissolved in a sanitized bucket covered in saran wrap. I would use blood temperature water to get it fermenting quick

when done fermenting, as in its not bubbling at all anymore, i would sometimes I would remove the cap and add a bunch of those flavouring things to the whole batch (i think like 3 or 4) until it tasted sweet and delicious, other times i would add it to each glass as i drank it

Its still going to be on the dank side because its a crude and quick fermentation with just table sugar, but the mio makes it infinitely more palatable. Just make sure all your stirring utensils and bucket are properly sanitized with a bleach water solution and then rinsed thoroughly before touching it or mixing

what you end up with is basically a strong wine cooler, but low calorie because mio is sweetened with artificial sweetener. This stuff will get you absolutely wrecked fast so be careful, doesn't taste NEARLY as alcoholic as it actually is
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Eliza Pockridge - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 18:54:23 EST ID:lumRkTk/ No.277089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277088
a bonus of adding the mio to the whole batch is that it seemed to clear up much quicker
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press !//CEObOMBY - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 16:28:17 EST ID:diYn5lNK No.277130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>277088
they do offer clearing agents for sugar broths. i think its chitin and some other agent, called TURBO CLEAR i think.
funnily enough pulverized bentonite aka cat litter also works but thats a bit disgusting unless you plan on 'stilling the shit after decanting

of course just waiting works even better to clear a wash

a well cleared sugar wash with some aroma can actually be quite nice, although turbo yeast tends to produce more fusels as well as more alcuhul


Alcohol injection by Nigel Badgenick - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 15:27:04 EST ID:cOP2B8AP No.277108 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a bottle of spiritus. It is a 95% alcohol. I was wondering if I could inject it intravenously. If not what prosesses could be done to it to make it injectable.
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Charlotte Wirringwill - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 22:27:42 EST ID:mkJVwWcz No.277114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277108
You probably want to dilute it. Also, this is an awful idea.
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Ian Ningernire - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 23:38:13 EST ID:80oD8Po8 No.277115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's very dangerous and bad for your veins but yes it's possible. I believe it's a lot stronger that way but it should balance out as you can't fit much in a needle. 1 ml should be fine but probably try .25-.5 ml to see how it goes.
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Nigel Dorringhot - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 00:10:22 EST ID:jG2wxFSI No.277116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277108
ty kurwa debil, pij to jak normalny czlowiek
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Matilda Mungergold - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 07:00:34 EST ID:cOP2B8AP No.277118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277116
Not czech or polish, bought it in germany, also a different brand from what is in the pic related.


diabetes and drinking by Ebenezer Gammlefield - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 15:48:06 EST ID:hLYzvkQv No.277024 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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anyone on here a diabetic drinker? how do you manage it. I was recently diagnosed as diabetic and don't want to give up drinking.

pic unrelated
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John Clayfield - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 06:28:48 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.277061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277024
>while moderate amounts of alcohol may cause blood sugar to rise, excess alcohol can actually decrease your blood sugar level -- sometimes causing it to drop into dangerous levels, especially for people with type 1 diabetes.

Basically it's not a great combination, plus being drunk tends to make you much less diligent about maintaining your blood sugar level.
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Nicholas Blackham - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 15:37:46 EST ID:hLYzvkQv No.277065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277061

well i've got type 2 diabetes, low blood sugar has not been an issue for me. thanks for the input.
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Phyllis Sarrybanks - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 09:20:40 EST ID:pIoTNzLh No.277078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277065
i think vodka and diet soda would be your safest bet
gin (but not sloe gin) also has very little sugar
most liquor should be pretty low in sugar but stay away from those gay honey/cinammon whiskeys

i dont think alcohol is converted directly into sugar but i have read that your liver's general metabolism of sugar slows down until its cleared out all the alcohol (this may be broscience), maybe avoiding sugar before and during drinking would help avoid a blood sugar spike after drinking

also
>being drunk tends to make you much less diligent about maintaining your blood sugar level
this is a very good point, try not to stop giving a fuck and chugging a dozen wine coolers or whatever when you are drunk
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Shitting Nillyfuck - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 18:00:55 EST ID:tSz4loN+ No.277110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277078

alcohol in fact is converted to acetyl-coenzim-A, which enters the the glyconeogenesis and glycose aka sugar is made from it. If this process is actually happening is determined by your insulin levels and your receptors' sensitivity to insulin.
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Shitting Nillyfuck - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 18:07:28 EST ID:tSz4loN+ No.277111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277110
acetyl-CoA can also enter the citrate cycle, which generates ATP (chemical energy) from it. What happens with acetyl-CoA depends on sophisticated chemical equilibrium in your body. Anyway, the more readily avalible AcO-CoA you have, the less will the body produce by glycolisis, the process that consumes blood-sugar, so your blood-sugar level decrease slower.


Why would you eat pizza by Ernest Smallham - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 02:01:45 EST ID:4oe7vZhF No.276778 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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That would just kill your buzz and sober you up
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Hugh Tillinggold - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 16:00:40 EST ID:u/Mc6SwZ No.277066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277064
By that reasoning every person in a country that uses the metric system is a chemistry professor in comparison to an american.

70cl and 35cl are the common bottle sizes of liquor in Europe.
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Priscilla Pockspear - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 18:55:20 EST ID:4oe7vZhF No.277069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277060
Ha I've been in that state many of times but last night I couldn't even sleep from it all.
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Phineas Ferryfuck - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 09:23:29 EST ID:wLCeqsvp No.277079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277074
That's the neat thing about the metric system, it doesn't matter much what unit you use because they're easily interchangable so every person with a basic education knows exactly what you mean.
nb
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Wesley Pisslefeg - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 08:05:37 EST ID:u/Mc6SwZ No.277097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>277081
Didn't mean to say centiliters are the standard choice, more just that he wasn't measuring out his drinks, he was just drinking from a standard size vessel and hence knew the volume already. I think it's more usual to use ml (sounds better to have 750 of something instead of 75 right), but both occur. Checked the only bottle I have around, and it actually uses both, pic related (who knows what that implies about their assumptions of our education).
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Betsy Wommerspear - Sun, 07 Jan 2018 05:39:30 EST ID:KZyNUA8V No.277103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277064
totally common practice with high alcohol content beverages


Benificial drinking by StimLioness !JM2DTgXfqU - Sun, 24 Dec 2017 07:57:58 EST ID:ggrGsC9h No.276953 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How many of you actually wanna keep up or go back to regular drinking because it benefits you in some way?

For me I suffer from chronic sleep paralysis and night terrors. When I drink before bed it supresses that. I generally got a lot better sleep when I was drinking and only recently due to poverty and trying heroin addiction out have I not drank as much. Usually I drink like 4-5 days of the week and pretty heavily on 80% of them. I prefered drinking life esp as a stimmer but even more as a troubled bitch with fucked up sleep.

Any similar stories of people who feel they are better off as a drinker? (I am chugging an 8am beer rn to go back to bed)
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Nell Hunnerford - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 03:15:16 EST ID:hoGImpcg No.277007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bahaha, someone like you, getting night terrors? I almost don't believe it! Oh, except I don't, cunt. But if you do, you're one of few who deserve it. And if you do, you should know that they come from me. Whore.
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John Henkinway - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 03:40:37 EST ID:3Zyis790 No.277008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jesus guys I hate StimLion as much as anyone else but you could at least be creative with it
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Shit Damblelodging - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 21:43:23 EST ID:Ahz/H3cV No.277031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I’m lactose intolerant. If I happen to have some dairy that fucks with my stomache I feel like alcohol helps me by flushing it out of my system.
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Fanny Sigglehock - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 03:40:33 EST ID:a2koMWvf No.277095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm in a similar but not quite the same boat. I'm 23 now turning 24, back from 19 to 22 i was going hard on the booze drinking everyday and i couldn't think of a more pleasurable thing to do so i sought it out all day erry day. I was the type of drinker that could get a buzz going in the morning and keep it going until it got to the evening and then i'd turn that buzz into a solid drunk.
Last year i started regularly doing heroin and all of my interest in alcohol basically diminished overnight and i developed a boring old dope habit, which is way less social than a drinking habit is. I wish i could go back but i just don't get any of the good feels i used to from booze anymore, it used to give me the warm fuzzy euphorias but now it just makes me feel like shit and impaired. Every part of me but my liver would think it'd be pretty cool to go back to drinking as opposed the opiate addiction i've currently manifested
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Oliver Murdham - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 05:32:03 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.277096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277095
That'd be because much of the reward from alcohol is mediated by opiate receptors. If you get clean you actually start getting a greater reward from alcohol, probably because your body is starved for endorphins/opiates.
I'm the oppposite, I stopped doing opiates and now I drink an arguably excessive amount and enjoy drinking more than I every used to.


Drunk Success by Jingles !!CZ6Idl9f - Fri, 15 Dec 2017 02:15:42 EST ID:6CYx6LhO No.276883 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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They say that alcohol is of the devil or whatever the hell people are on about...

How has alcohol helped you!? I want to hear it. How has alcohol made your life better.

For me, It helps me actually function and do my job. If I don't drink my brain is an asshole and thinks way to much and I don't sleep.

Share your love of the saving beverage.
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George Droppermot - Tue, 19 Dec 2017 02:08:02 EST ID:ZcKTuuPo No.276920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
makes music sound good

makes food taste good

helps me sleep but only for the passing out part
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Cyril Sashshaw - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 13:34:50 EST ID:U0oVv+Lw No.276974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Helps my insomnia
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Hugh Punkinwork - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 18:48:34 EST ID:v0oEgQFU No.276976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276883
it's helped me a fucking bunch

ever since i started drinking on the regular, i've become a whole lot more contempt with everything, even sober, alcohol has left it's mark, i no longer feel weak, i'm comfortable for the first time in my life, and best of all i feel free.

i'm just hoping i don't fall off the wagon,
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57151871 - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 11:51:22 EST ID:gwFah4/o No.277085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276883
Makes me not being sad all the time
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Hamilton Clisslefetch - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 16:27:40 EST ID:6a4/xofv No.277087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Helped introduce me to great music that wasnt punk rock
Acted as a social lubricant that built a network of tight, helpful, and understanding friends
Made me see new places in new lights and helped me cope with my own shortcomings as a person.


Found rhum in trash can. by Esther Goodspear - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 23:50:09 EST ID:8rp5A2/m No.277072 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I work at a gas station and when emptying trash cans this evening, one of the bags ripped the fuck open and garbage was everywhere. So I pick shit up begrudgingly and my hands are freezing, I am pretty fucking mad but hey, gotta earn that min. wage, right?

So I finish picking up the trash everywhere on the ground, look back into the original trash where it all started, and a almost-full bottle of rhum stares at me, square in the eye. I pick that shit up and immediately determine it's definitely not piss.

If it was piss it would be frozen solid, it's -25C or something tonight. So I hide it in my car and wait for my shift to end.

Now I'm home. The liquid inside looks, smells and tastes like rhum. I would even go as far as saying the label looks right, this does taste like fancier rhum, definitely can taste the wood. There's none of that cheap spiced rhum garbage sweetness, this is straight liquor as far as I can tell.

What should I do guys? Or I mean of course I should probably enjoy it, but what potential danger should I look out for or what are your experiences with finding booze I guess.

Pic related is the bottle I found.
It's like 22/26oz full.

2 days ago I decided to stop drinking. been sober since then. not anymore.
wtf is my life.
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Esther Goodspear - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 00:21:34 EST ID:8rp5A2/m No.277075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had 2oz so far in the last hour or so. Not feeling particularly bad or anything. I'm not going to drink more tonight just in case. Anybody else? I'm curious as to what kind of pathogens could survive in 45% alcohol.
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Martha Sinnerstone - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 02:27:29 EST ID:pS6JYQov No.277076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>277073
Yeah idk I'm with this guy, I would never trust random booze lying around, especially in a trash can no less. I've learned my lesson after taking a shot of dip from a bottle "rum" at a party one time.
Was in the basement in one of the side rooms smoking a joint with some other people that snuck away from the rest of the party. Found an apparently full bottle of rum near the bed and we agreed it was a good idea to have some. I unfortunately went first.
Idk OP you might've just gotten lucky and some parents threw out some rum they found in their kids' room or something or some AA guy throwing out the last of his stash or something. At least its not piss.
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Priscilla Hablingwone - Wed, 03 Jan 2018 08:23:52 EST ID:9aZZ5J5q No.277077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>277075
No pathogens will survive in alcohol. Like everyone else said, id be more worried about herpes on the mouth or some other shit in thr booze


caffiene alcohol by Fucking Shakestock - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 22:16:30 EST ID:pNmZ+kD0 No.277032 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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anyone mixed caffiene pills with booze? the caffiene just leaves me with a headache.
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Jericho !.iRAtomic2 - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 14:27:38 EST ID:kSrN3XkI No.277041 Report Quick Reply
>>277032
Not pills, no. But I frequently chase shots with coffee or energy drink. After maybe 6 caffeine drinks, anything past 10 shots makes me a bit queasy, but that's about it.


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