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Hangover after 1 beer by Eliza Crengerbit - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 10:27:57 EST ID:unS1wTtb No.276982 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last couple times I had one or two beers I was hungover the entire next day. I'm wondering if anybody else has experienced this? Am I allergic? Should I try just a shot or two of whiskey and seeing if I am hungover the next day? I was sick all day, almost puking at the gym the next morning. I drank a lot of owater too.
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Rebecca Clevingtuck - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 11:07:44 EST ID:U0oVv+Lw No.276983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276982
This started happening to me after I turned like 22/23. Even if I'm not blacking out, the next day I'll have awful nausea if I drink the night before. I just attributed it to age, but I'm not really sure.
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Walter Bebberham - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 08:49:53 EST ID:OFbvPhGk No.277013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have the same. It's definitely a light hangover, but noticeable enough that I regret drinking at all that day. Stuffing myself with food and water helps a lot though in that situation.

For me if I'm not going to drink until I pass out then it's not even worth drinking at all.
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Eliza Brullyhall - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 00:35:35 EST ID:MVBw23Zc No.277020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
why would anyone by an overweight sex doll?


booze is hard as fuck? by Rebecca Goffinghall - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 16:55:07 EST ID:+uErFvOo No.276617 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>alcohol, benzos, opiates, opiods, and gabapentin all lower my blood pressure/get rid of my anxiety
>only get hangover from alcohol

is alcohol "harder" than opis and benzos?

I love the feeling of being drunk but the hangover (high blood pressure and anxiety) makes it almost not worth it.
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Caroline Pavingwater - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 11:01:29 EST ID:U0oVv+Lw No.276932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276924
That's mean
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Charlotte Clandlepadge - Fri, 22 Dec 2017 23:59:46 EST ID:+uErFvOo No.276942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276837
Then explain to me why I can do 100mg of hydrocodone and wake up the next day feeling just fine but can't do more than 3 beers without a throbbing head ache and general feeling of misery at 4:30 in the morning
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Phyllis Wossleshaw - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 01:15:12 EST ID:OweiUeLD No.276943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276932
Wow you're very observant
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Phineas Clacklebury - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 01:48:53 EST ID:q1qMVNVX No.276944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'll read the previous comments later but yeah, booze is hard as fuck. I love things up the nose, inhaled, or eaten, but I also love to drink things. Inasmuch, booze is the perfect drug for me. I've known it since 16 and at 26 it's been the only constant drug in my life. I'm not a teetotaler by any means, but after trying to explain alcoholism to a coked out friend last night I do think it needs more regulation than it has. Or at least offer more drugs for easy purchase.

My issue with booze is that when I can't get anything else I just go to the gas station and buy beer. If it wasn't as horribly addicting as it is then maybe it wouldn't be an issue, but the availability just does it for me. I haven't been without a drink in months and honestly years if 3 day stalls don't count.

Enjoy booze but realize that it becomes a daily thing REALLY easily.
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Walter Bebberham - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 09:23:43 EST ID:OFbvPhGk No.277015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>only get hangover from alcohol
It's called acetaldehyde. Your liver converts alcohol into acetaldehyde, which is 20x more poisonous than alcohol, then converts it into acedic acid aka vinegar. During this time when you have acetaldehyde in you is called the hangover. People like to say that it's entirely dehydration, so I guess I'm more sensitive to acetaldehyde than others (if it's dehydration then why if I drink water I immediately puke it out, and have to wait a few hours [which means I'm getting more dehydrated] before I can consume anything without puking?)

For most drugs your body just filters it through the kidneys and you piss it out (You take drug, then drug slowly leaves your body). With alcohol you take drug, your body converts it into poison, then converts it into something harmless, then expels it.


Mild Alcohol Withdrawal by Walter Bebberham - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 09:08:27 EST ID:OFbvPhGk No.277014 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else love the mild withdrawal after a bender? It seems I don't really care for the getting drunk part, and just lay in bed through the hangover, but the withdrawal afterwards can be a lot of fun. Last time I played Fallout 4 for 24 hours straight and before that I spent a lot of time setting up emulators and dosbox.

I used to be a stim user but my work does random hair testing now. It's definitely not a stim high but close enough for me and I can't be tested for it.

I only drink beer so I don't get shivers or DTs. Just a couple six packs of lagunitas over a weekend once a week.


the weird darkness behind the living dead tree of openness to the liared eyes... SIKE. by johnny mcdoe - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 20:02:08 EST ID:A7BxbRD9 No.276995 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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but rteally she can always see me every day. and thats really cool. feels like a sister to me with a more srexual side.. and the side kick xD awesome one.

"i programmed it in java"
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Lydia Snodham - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 16:49:59 EST ID:u/Mc6SwZ No.276999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276995
You should write android apps. I hear you can make good money there. It's all in Java. Really you can't use anything else because android is totalitarian like that.
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Molly Pezzlebanks - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 06:15:45 EST ID:gCQ39/43 No.277011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck yeah 3pts for the nuge tonight, clareview in Edmonton and drunk as fuck


Bottle Opener by Stephen Underhill - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 22:38:48 EST ID:xKLxSawl No.275220 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just used the claw side of a hammer to open a bottle. What's the crudest tool you've ever had to use in order to open a bottle?
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Betsy Mumbleway - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 21:50:38 EST ID:DxQcq3zy No.276987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I opened a bottle using my teeth when trashed and broke my tooth. It fucking sucked the next day.
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Betsy Nicklegold - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 07:31:55 EST ID:KuSeeESR No.276990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275266
have chipped two teeth from this and am only 18. my family is also dentists...
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Sidney Purrywell - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 19:31:28 EST ID:wFLd8yTh No.277001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275220
lol this is the only way I open bottles at home
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Wesley Pattinglock - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 08:21:43 EST ID:JBQtRrj9 No.277005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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UK plugs can open bottles
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Wesley Pattinglock - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 08:25:57 EST ID:JBQtRrj9 No.277006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>277005

As can the lower part of the ceiling on most UK trains.


Alcohol poisoning wtf? by Priscilla Duckfield - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 11:23:09 EST ID:+66s0rqs No.276946 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Former alcoholic who's 100% sober here.
Tonight my fiancée and I had friends over, and since I no longer drink I let her get fucked up, with the promise I'd take care of everybody.
She drank hard; enough that I'm kinda impressed.
I've never really seen alcohol poisoning from a sober person's perspective before, but when I took her to bed she seemed to be dreaming while awake.
Like, she thought she was at the beach and waves were washing over her, and she was afraid of octopuses attacking her.
And at one time there was a loud motorcycle that drove past and she told me it was her bike and she was riding it.
Wtf, is this shit normal?
She didn't throw up or anything like that, and she seems to be comfortably sleeping it off now.
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Nigel Brushlon - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 18:22:43 EST ID:zxdWGN64 No.276949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, yeah, extreme doses of alcohol will cause effects similar to delirium if you drink enough of it. You normally have to drink pretty heavily or not have the general amount of tolerance to get that result, but most people won't have that unless they're are drinking extremely heavily. It's alot of the reason why you get weird stories from people black out or brown out when drinking.

An interesting note is that alcohol is a mild dissociative and affects simlilar receptors, but alcohol affects other receptors in a way that in most cases, when compared to dissociatives, you'll pass out before your get any dissociative effects. It's very likely that this affect on receptors is why there are hallucinatory effects in heavy enough drinkers. The dissociative effect accounts for the pain killing of alcohol.
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William Girringwill - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 13:08:20 EST ID:J5hu2eBO No.276998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think its more than she was half asleep. I've been trying to hold a conversation with my friend whilst falling asleep (and shitfaced), and then said something totally irrelevant to the conversation, but relevant to the dream I was sorta sliding into.
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Caroline Fuddlewell - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 19:13:50 EST ID:ffRUB8K3 No.277000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Happened to me a few times, it's pretty normal. It's like what Nigel said, alcohol is related to DXM so it can fuck up your senses if you drink enough of it.


well fuck dat shit by johnny mcdoe - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 19:15:33 EST ID:A7BxbRD9 No.276993 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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dear wikipidia pad

your nose is big... i like it. hood colors i must admit, ... how ... HO RT U just POST BISH funny one this one is ghoing on moosan. BIH. BIH. BISH I SDID. I SDAID. I SAID. damn tyhatwas hard. ok, im done. bye onna get more drunk.

my fucking cunt i say. well holy fucking shit. swigarete. fuk dat shit. ill go puke later.
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johnny mcdoe - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 19:41:29 EST ID:A7BxbRD9 No.276994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>276993
so m tristam
what a dear felor of the west may lie and behold the fasted child. for he is not yet forsaken, of the sins of the single mild. oh, how i wonder.. but in all honesty, in what heart uis it to give through the oppen scope of the mind that doesnt yet exist.and ur a scafry lad arent ya.rr nahhhhh xDDDDDDD

just to see a moment in the sun

goigto smoke some cigarette.... bu im drunk i have to admit. atleast i hope???? xDDD i know ur there ina....... so thats cool. a threesome ay xDDDD??????


Alcohol nausea by Charlotte Drimmernack - Tue, 05 Dec 2017 02:19:57 EST ID:g1qDQguq No.276750 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /drank/ how's it going?

So I've recently gotten into drinking (never was much of a drinker in the past), and I'm finding it quite enjoyable, except for one thing.

I find that I get a fair bit of nausea often when I drink. It's not nearly as pronounced as something like /opi/ nausea, but it seems to be everpresent, even in the pre-buzzed part of drinking. Are there common suggestions to help with this? I used to think it was just how much betel nut I chew but I've left that out tonight and it's still the same.

Thanks /drank/
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Jingles !!CZ6Idl9f - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:47:37 EST ID:6CYx6LhO No.276872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have more this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hgHJgoC3sI

From Kingpin, best movie ever.

Other than that, just keep drinking. If you need to throw up. Do it. And then just keep drinking. If you throw up it is no big deal. Just move on. That's how I do.
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nigel - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:51:25 EST ID:OaOOFAyy No.276873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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bunch of fucking pussies honestly

i drink 350ml 95% metho everyday and have no problems with nausea. man the fuck up cunt.
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Jingles !!CZ6Idl9f - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:53:14 EST ID:6CYx6LhO No.276875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>276873

LOLOLOL
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Charles Smalldale - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 22:11:50 EST ID:fl3AHLd+ No.276951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276750
>I find that I get a fair bit of nausea often when I drink.

drink slower
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Rebecca Clevingtuck - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 12:22:30 EST ID:U0oVv+Lw No.276985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
See if what you drink effects your nausea. I found out I have some weird intolerance to tequila. It inflames my stomach or some shit. Stick to one type of drink all night, and experiment with what helps


Alcohol for Self Medication by Jarvis Blubbleshaw - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 15:20:11 EST ID:zxdWGN64 No.276933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't drink much at the moment, but today I had a panic attack for no apparent reason (actually diagnosed with GAD and Major Depressive Disorder) and decided I really needed to take a hit off the gin I had been saving and abstaining from for Christmas and New Year's. I don't need to get really drunk for the anti-anxiety effect fortunately. I was prescribed benzos at one point, but my doctor stopped prescribing them after my last involuntary commitment which was the result of her finding out about my suicidal planning involving drowning and benzos. Lesson learned, don't let your psychiatrist know about that kind of thing or they take liberties and scrips away.

I'm aware I self medicate. I know I tend to drink to relieve anxiety and negative emotions. I'm not sure I should mention this to my doc. I mean, she took away my benzos, so what choice did I have but to go back to booze?

I really do try not to drink too much at this point. I've had one instance a few years back of what I think was a mild case of withdrawal where I couldn't sleep for a few days and had some extremely bad anxiety that was worse than what I had before I started drinking and also had a DUI a couple years before that (had to pay around three thousand dollars, but my lawyer got me off with probation and only having to pay some fines, so I can still drive with no issues), both of which kind of scared me straight and contributed to me being more careful with alcohol.

My medication (SNRI and antipsychotics) aren't as effective as they used to be and have bad side effects so I stopped taking them a couple months back. My doctors has tried going up and changing meds, but that hasn't really worked.

If I tell my doctor I've started drinking again, I'll point out she took away my benzos, so I went with a substitute. After all benzos and alcohol have similar enough modes of action that they have cross tolerance and benzos are used to manage alcohol withdrawal medically.

So I'm curious about those of you who also drink to manage anxiety and/or depression. Anyone else here that is aware they drink primarily as a form of self medication?
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Archie Gummlekudge - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 03:24:50 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.276966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276957
>Alcohol is a great sleep aid

Not really. It helps you fall asleep but it disrupts REM sleep and often makes you wake up after just a few hours.
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Molly Fanhall - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 04:33:28 EST ID:DLO6T2vf No.276968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276950

This post is really overdramatic. You are making it out like his whole life will fall apart if he stops his 1-3 drinks a day and some binge sessions.

Alcohol is pretty much a self-medicating drug in and of itself, it has been used EXTENSIVELY throughout history for anxiety and pain-relif.

Why were you on antipsychotics OP is there something else you should mention?

Anyway you sound okay, like I said in
>>276938 I am in the same boat, I also had my first panic attacks (a cluster of 4-5) recently. It was a horrible experience but at least I know what it feels like now and you'll never know for sure if they are going to happen again.

Hide your alcohol intake from your docs for now. I got burnt by revealing it to my doc and as a consequence the psychiatrist he referred me to won't give me benzos (which would have been helpful for that panic attack!)
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Cornelius Duckson - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 05:14:13 EST ID:GHFLwdVq No.276969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276968
And it has been proven over and over again that it's a horrible drug to self medicate with. It's not overly dramatic to try to bring someone to their senses about using one of the most damaging drugs daily for medication.
In fact, I think it's irresponsible not to. But misery wants company right?
"Yeah it'll be all good, you won't end up an alcoholic! Drink with us!"
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John Creckleford - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 19:05:01 EST ID:+uErFvOo No.276977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276957
>chronic sleep paralysis and night terrors

Ya know, you can get script benzos for this shit.
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Frederick Lightman - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 06:02:23 EST ID:GHFLwdVq No.276978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276977
Also alcohol will possibly make sleep paralaysis worse.
Stimfaggot has sleep paralysis because he has way overindulged in drugs that fuck with your sleep schedule and internal clock. He gets it because his body sometimes doesn't go between wake and sleep correctly. And doing a drug that makes your brain overactive while your sleeping wouldn't help that issue I'd imagine.


Christmassy drinks by Charles Heddlekerk - Fri, 22 Dec 2017 21:27:05 EST ID:37ujMqwS No.276941 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Mulled Wine
>Drambuie
>Lager
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Fanny Pickcocke - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 12:35:38 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.276947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276941
>Christmassy drinks
>Doesn't mention eggnog.
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Phyllis Feblingmog - Sun, 24 Dec 2017 19:15:58 EST ID:nWbhHgdp No.276961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>276947
damn right its eggnog season. i used to hate the stuff when i was younger, but it has to be one of the best mixes for liquor. some spiced rum completely changes the drink. fuck i finished almost an entire carton of nogg last night making drinks and holy fuck i got some severe heart pains last night. merry christmas yall
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Sophie Buckleworth - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 12:54:04 EST ID:NqzCwMSS No.276972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276941
How is mulled wine compared to regular wine
Im not big on wine but I got some mulling spices so maybe I'll make some mulled wine


AA Meeting by Barnaby Funderford - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 21:46:05 EST ID:5Pslv9Z0 No.276822 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /hooch/, I've been thinking about going to an AA meeting, but i don't know how to talk to people in a new area when sober or what to do in that meeting. Can y'all provide me with tip?
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Walter Bupperhood - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 00:21:54 EST ID:GHFLwdVq No.276900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a cult full of retards but you could make good use of it for therapeutic reasons and having a support system.
It's good for that but there are gaping holes in their philosophy and the fact that they act like a religion yet pretend not to be really bothers me.
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James Dartford - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 15:34:45 EST ID:khgkBGtn No.276905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276822
I'm drunk as fuck but AA members are accepting as fuck. They are some cool fucking people man, I kind of miss meetings. Like they are rad as fuck, most places. There was this one chick, she was like in her 50's, but she had such a nice ass, such a nice body, hot as fuck, and we joked around about her being hot as fuck. Back then my drug of choice was coffee. Just going to those meetings, listening to the wise ass younger crowd and the old timers. It's cool man, just go to a meeting. I know this might sound like fucking shit but, Don't drink no matter what. It sounds simple but it actually kept me sober for a while. My old sponsor told me that. And it somehow worked. Don't feel pressure to get deep into the steps, just hear peoples stories and stay sober. I'm in a weird position because I'm drunk but I'm not a fuckin' adddict, I had one beer. Okay shit, I feel like I sound like an asshole with this whole thing. Just, do what you like man.
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Wesley Drivingfet - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 16:01:22 EST ID:lGEpFxtr No.276907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276905

so are you drunk or did you have one beer? can't have both buddy
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Caroline Pavingwater - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 15:31:38 EST ID:U0oVv+Lw No.276934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276907
What if you IV it?
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Clara Sallybanks - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 21:00:28 EST ID:GiHQKMKi No.276935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276907
>never butt chugged a IPA before


Whiskey/Whisky thread by Nicholas Crullyman - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 13:09:36 EST ID:oK6kMSGj No.276657 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Whisky = Irish whisky
>Whiskey = Kentucky style Bourbon/Rye

What kinda whisk(e)y's are you lads sippin on tonight?

I got myself a bottle of Gentlemen's Jack for the first time. Normally a fan of Bulleit Bourbon/Rye and Maker's Mark, but this stuff is so fucking smooth and mellow. Gentlemen's Jack may not be the best for mixed drinks but man is it good with a splash of water!
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Oliver Sollywell - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 19:10:25 EST ID:V35EhBQW No.276811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bankers Club. My favorite cheap bourbon whiskey, I pay 15USD for 1.75L. I add a little bit of honey to mine, beats honey jack.
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Jingles !!CZ6Idl9f - Fri, 15 Dec 2017 02:31:52 EST ID:6CYx6LhO No.276885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Whsikey/Bourbon hasn't been my thing as of late, but when I do I prefer:

Marker's Mark
Knob Creek
Wild Turkey
Evan Williams (I'm on a budget)
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Martha Bunningsire - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 09:18:25 EST ID:Hyp0jool No.276903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i'll spend an evening with Jackie today
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Esther Churringberk - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 20:07:05 EST ID:B9UJ0sh4 No.276908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
went out looking for four roses single barrel to treat myself for the season
store didnt have it so I settled for evan williams single barrel
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Dextrolord - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 02:01:57 EST ID:UBa+RGXH No.276925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>276885
Jingles... Good shit keep posting/making stuff!!


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