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Only $9 for alcohol by Betsy Crimblelig - Mon, 29 May 2017 23:57:53 EST ID:YwbLL4KQ No.274265 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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You're about to head into a liquor store BUT you only have $9 to spend. What do you get?

A box of wine? A fifth of something cheap? Malt liquor or beer? What do you get and why?
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Reuben Bozzlewick - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 01:38:04 EST ID:AosnAocM No.274864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>274265
I personally would just rock some beer. 24oz labatt ice is 1.50, 6 pack of steelie pints is 6 bucks. Steel reserve sucks ass after a while though. It is as sulfuric as a car battery, will make your farts smell like eggs. I'd go for some high test malt liquor or spend it all on single ice beer cans. Or a combo of both. Beer is the best alcohol.

Liquor i would either get calico jack rum or sobieski vodka. For any vodka fans out there Sobieski is second to none in terms of price point. I mean it is a bit more than your average rotgut but holy shit. Beats out absolut, beats out skyy, the stuff is so clean. I haven't had grey goose in a long time but i am willing to bet it would give it a run for its money. They did some 3 dollars off coupons hung on the neck of the bottle one week, so i took a bunch off of the bottles and saved them up. Still valid.

Very best price/alcohol ratio i'd grab some nasty fortified wine like wild irish rose. I'm pretty sure you can get like 1/2-1 gallon of it for 9 dollars, it is 17 percent. But there is so much fucking sugar in there i would never touch it. Only if i were a hobo would i touch that oily swill.

>>274459
God damn and i have always wanted to live in Canada or somewhere cold...
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Graham Sockleridge - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 04:48:59 EST ID:PRo8eF0o No.274873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i always drink burnett's flavord vodka straight. it's cheap, tastes ok and does the job. less than 9$ for 750ml.
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Graham Sockleridge - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 04:50:42 EST ID:PRo8eF0o No.274874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274873
i live in denver, co btw. it's relatively expensive over here and even with tax its less than 9$.
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Rebecca Soddletick - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 13:44:16 EST ID:+h2AAYQH No.274902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274459
This. Most u can get with 9 bucks heres a bottle of shitty 20% fortified wine.
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Fuck quitting - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 05:32:18 EST ID:bJ/GjwJK No.274941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
2 42oz make it last through the day


city drinkin or smokin by Graham Pickhood - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 20:04:59 EST ID:Hg59K+Yv No.274763 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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has anyone ever noticed they drink more in the city compared to smoke, but its reverse when i go visit my old friend in the suburbs (i smoke more drink less). maybe this is just me but does environment effect which drugs you prefer.
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William Cunkincheck - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 05:59:48 EST ID:FbpTc0jS No.274770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274763
>but does environment effect which drugs you prefer.
yes. when I am lonely and feel totally abandoned by society, i love opis, when i'm happy to be home for the evening I'll smoke some weed when otherwise i never can because I get heaps of anxiety, I only drink when I go out, never at home.
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Phyllis Panderdale - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 18:53:03 EST ID:rX3D013z No.274775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274763
Of course environment affects which drug you use. Different drugs have different effects, and each of those effects is better suited for certain situations than others. s this really that confusing of a concept that you had to make a thread about it?
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Reuben Bozzlewick - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 02:11:02 EST ID:AosnAocM No.274867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274763
If by smoke you meant weed, that is pretty obvious. I mean if you are with a tight crew of friends with nothing to do most people would feel more comfortable smoking. Weed and people/activities have never mixed for me. If you meant cigs, then i don't know. Maybe you don't want to be ostracized for smoking cigs in a densely populated area.
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Hannah Gublingwell - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 20:58:40 EST ID:Hg59K+Yv No.274879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274867
>Weed and people/activities have never mixed for me

yeah i meant weed and yeah thats why i smoke less in the city, i still do just not as frequently


alcohol as /dis/ by Edwin Crandlepet - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 21:19:06 EST ID:+uErFvOo No.274745 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not in thee tradition sense per se, but could alcohol be classified as a weak dissociative?
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Phoebe Wamblewater - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 21:35:17 EST ID:wSLnT8CV No.274746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274745
Alcohol is an NMDA antagonist, which is the hallmark definition of a dissociative. So it's not that much of a reach to conclude it has some dissociative effects. The main difference is that it is much more potent as a depressant due to the GABA activity. So this ends up overpowering the much more subtle dissociative aspect and by the time you've consumed enough for the NMDA effect to take hold you're already so fucked up from the depressant that you won't really notice it.

Personally I think this is why alcohol tends to have more of a intoxicated "buzz" feel to it than benzodiazepines, because they both have similar action on GABA receptors but the NMDA activity is only present with alcohol and not with benzos. Could be totally wrong but it's just a theory
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Gnarly McGoblin - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 17:18:46 EST ID:/RyQ3qbV No.274793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've posted on /dis/ a few times during a delirium.
Maybe it's because of my borderline personality disorder but I have visions, astral projections, lucid dreams and all other kinds of sleep disorders when I stop drinking.
It is idiotic to use alcohol for that purpose because almost all of the stimuli are straight from hell and incredibly sad.
Currently I see red dots flashing up in the corner of my eye. lol
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Reuben Bozzlewick - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 02:20:10 EST ID:AosnAocM No.274869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274745
I have always considered it as such. I mean there are a lot more things going on than straight NMDA antagonism with booze, and the same with dissosociatives. But they do share that in common. That is probably why i like alcohol so much. GABA is nice, but NMDA makes the mail go away.


fuick by Esther Bembledock - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 23:08:30 EST ID:8/MRGr/P No.274520 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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anyone else here drink because they are either too inept, unmotivated, or poor to find other drugs.

I myself am a pathetic 26 y/o basement dweller and i dont haver a job to afford drugs, nor have i come across any actual way of finding them. so i just get drunk on my dad's beer.
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David Smallford - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 03:55:21 EST ID:ygVn5U6l No.274579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274570

Well I was thinking more along the lines of micro dosing to get more talkative, social, and a bit more energetic. Not IV binging for three days and fapping to furry diaper porn the whole time.

It's about that moderation. Less is more with strong stimulants.
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Phoebe Gamblesare - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 10:21:23 EST ID:zGgq0Zll No.274581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274576
I was specifically referring to opiate addiction since I believe it is easier to develop and the withdrawals last a lot longer. Of course this is not to say that alcohol withdrawal is "easier" by any means, in fact most people seem to think it's worse and it can actually kill you so definitely not something to take lightly.

But that's not an issue because I could never drink with that kind of constancy and volume every day. I admit I occasionally binge on the weekend but it's only if I don't have anything to do the next day and when I say "binge" I mean like 6-10 beers which most people would say is pretty tame as far as alcohol abuse goes, although obviously that doesn't make it a healthy habit. I also only feel compulsion to drink once I've started, otherwise I can and frequently do go days without drinking and never feel any urge to.

Whereas with opiates, even as someone who does not like them all that much it is still much more feasible to see how one could get hooked on them because popping pills is so easy to do, they're usually less intoxicating than alcohol and overall less destructive to your body, and if there was a situation where I had to take them for pain and I had a legal prescription I would have to watch myself.

I actually find smoking weed to have more compulsion than drinking too, at least across a longer time span. It's very difficult for me to have weed in the house and not smoke it whenever the opportunity is available, whereas I can have a fridge full of beer for days and not even consider opening one
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Sophie Hushkune - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 10:44:40 EST ID:ah0ZzikA No.274752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274520
a little bit of all 3 (inept, unmotivated, poor). I wouldnt even smoke weed if my roommate didnt offer his, and my other drug use was thanks to friends I dont really talk to anymore
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Gnarly McGoblin - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 17:55:46 EST ID:/RyQ3qbV No.274794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274520
No you lazy dude.
I'm high on coke and weed and sipping my beers, trying to get some sleep.
>26
>drunk on my dad's beer.
C'mon. You can do better.
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Reuben Bozzlewick - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 02:16:54 EST ID:AosnAocM No.274868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274520
Not really. Nothing else does the trick, weed sucks. Cheap/legal drugs are only good because they synergize well with hooch, hard street drugs will fuck your shit up too hard if you have no self control (few do). I mean dissos will get you fucked up like alcohol does in a better way but the good ones are rare/expensive and i dont fuck with that.

Shame it kills your organs, tastes so damn good and is readily available.

>>274522
>One generally shouldn't mix uppers and downers
Unless it is an emergency, then sometimes this may save your life if you have the right stuff laying around.


Alcoholic hallucinations when hungover by William Grandbanks - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 09:31:43 EST ID:VscVoNc/ No.274748 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is alcohol alone enough to cause moderate hallucinations?

I've binge drinked 7 times in the last 2 months. About 14-16 shots every time.

Pic related is exactly what I saw, hundreds of demon faces shifting and metamorphosing in front of me.

Is binge drinking 7 times really that bad? The shit that happened to me was serious.
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Cornelius Cluzzleleg - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 12:36:37 EST ID:oQ56Sn1f No.274786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274777
The thing is, the hallucinations are real in YOUR reality. You just tapped into another plane of existence that coexists with this one, and they became temporarily tangled, intertwined. Whose to say which reality is the "realer" of the two? Is the reality created by a drug-free brain any more concrete than the one created by a drugged mind? The only true advantage it has is that it is consistent and agreeable among people, but what value does that have if the people are just figments of your mind's reality to begin with?

Ultimately there is no other perspective but your own. You can be told of other perspectives but you can never know them, you can only known your own, and therefore you can never be sure that there is any "outside" of you. The only world that will ever exist is the one that you mind feeds you. So, in other words, there are no limits to what can be real, because what you experience is all you have to go off of.

The demons in your head are as real as the ground beneath your feet
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Alice Nuppernirk - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 00:11:58 EST ID:DEh+/3m/ No.274796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274766

that sounds pretty normal to me
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Caroline Bombleham - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 19:47:49 EST ID:9aZZ5J5q No.274802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274786
Go back to/psy/ fag
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Beatrice Bengergold - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 14:40:54 EST ID:RQm+FvG/ No.274811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274802
Technically he's right.
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Reuben Bozzlewick - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 02:08:07 EST ID:AosnAocM No.274866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274802
Nah /psy/fags wouldn't say something that interesting. I mean he is technically right. In your dreams you can hold things, talk to things and see things that perceived to be as real as what we refer to as reality. I mean i agree what we see while we are awake is the true reality, but it is all about perception.


Fuck the subject field by James Sablinghall - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 19:18:15 EST ID:UiIJQnaH No.274828 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It seems that whenever I drink now days it always just makes me tired and want to go to sleep. I miss being able to get that happy drunk feeling that made me feel energetic and excited. Is something wrong with me?
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Phoebe Mellerway - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 20:57:28 EST ID:Qp0hDXNl No.274831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274829
If his GABA receptors were "fucked" (down-regulated), then alcohol would be less sedative, not more.

OP, sorry bro but alcohol is like every other drug in that the experience degrades. The happy, energetic rush of emotional freedom you are familiar with cannot be replicated without end.

Taking a good break can definitely make a difference but ultimately what I've noticed is that there are essentially two different types of tolerance. There is physical tolerance, which is what is most commonly referred to and is just your body's physical reaction to a substance. And then there is psychological tolerance or the "novelty factor" as I refer to it where you simply become accustomed to that feeling enough that it starts to lose the level of impact it had before. Unfortunately this doesn't seem to degrade with time much, at least nothing like physical tolerance.

Now admittedly I haven't taken more than a few weeks off of drinking since I was like 20 and that was 5 years ago, so I can't exactly say what it'd be like to quit for a year and then have a drink. But alcohol is a fairly simple and predictable substance and my guess is that it still wouldn't make much of a difference in the "novelty" department...

So no, there's nothing wrong with you. Maybe trying taking a break and seeing how that affects it?
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Henry Govingterk - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 20:59:45 EST ID:TVVAHajh No.274832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274829

Just to elaborate, too frequent use of alcohol or other GABA drugs like benzo's can cause all kinds of changes in the way the brain responds to stress/stimuli and also a phenomenon called kindling where the recreational/feel good effects are not as strong and side effects are more pronounced. Also withdrawal and tolerance increase disproportionately fast compared to someone who hasn't abused the drug enough to cause lasting damage. A long abstinence from drinking/gaba agonists is your best bet to see the more enjoyable effects return.

Once you experience kindling it's likely that you will have to deal with increased risk of withdrawal and quickly escalating tolerance as a permanent consequence but taking several months off should bring back the recreational effects for short periods of use. As long as you're good with your moderation when you decide to start drinking again you will be able to have a good time, just don't think you can go on benders like you could when you were a virgin to drinking.
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Phoebe Mellerway - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:25:53 EST ID:Qp0hDXNl No.274833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274832
Thanks for the clarification. Yeah ti's weird how significantly the consciousness will interpret a drug and the subsequent emotional effect it has even when the physical effect and mechanism hasn't changed at all. Drugs are weird... It isn't the physical receptor activation we remember, it's the subsequent emotions and mindset they invoke that has such a profound influence on us. The "signals" never change, but the way we interpret them can and does dramatically, and on a totally subconscious level outside of our control.
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Gnarly McGoblin - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 16:34:52 EST ID:fqvfqfUK No.274838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274831
>If his GABA receptors were "fucked" (down-regulated), then alcohol would be less sedative, not more.
Uh oh! nb
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Reuben Bozzlewick - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 01:40:20 EST ID:AosnAocM No.274865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274829
>>274831
>>274832
That feeling when i took phenibut and drank over long periods of time. Poor GABA. Helps with my mental issues more than any antipsychotic ever has or will.


Wasn't this board once called /hooch/? by Archie Pepperway - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 14:21:29 EST ID:5y8jv1UH No.274826 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What happened?

Pic unrelated. Most sold swiss beer.
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Gnarly McGoblin - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 16:42:09 EST ID:fqvfqfUK No.274839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There is this unlucky story about this russian spambot that proceeded to post illegal content here.
Someone said that the url was changed because of this. nb.
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Sophie Dellerstone - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 19:24:22 EST ID:5y8jv1UH No.274859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274839

oooh I remember the inappropriate content...

I think /hooch/ suited this board more since "drank" could also mean stuff like "purple drank" or shit like that
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Augustus Shittingworth - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 23:01:16 EST ID:uNdwRLf1 No.274863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274839
Can confirm.
>>274856
>I think /hooch/ suited this board more since "drank" could also mean stuff like "purple drank" or shit like that
This is a common criticism of /drank/. I, for one, beckon our /booze/ overlord to save us from hard-to-get opiates like surp.


Carlsberg is Worse than American Macrobrews by William Guffingson - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 18:48:07 EST ID:qUp96Zq7 No.274774 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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not including lite beers of course.

anyone else think Carslberg is suuuuuuper overrated? are Danes actually proud of it, or is that just a marketing gimmick?

American macrobrews are rightly mocked, but i just don't feel like Carlsberg gets enough shit. it's the only European macrobrew i can think of that's worse than all three (not counting Baltika though, that's worse).

srsly though, what's up with Carlsberg?
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Basil Chellerlon - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 16:19:30 EST ID:LjpAiNXF No.274823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Carlsberg Special Brew used to be pretty good until they made it weaker. It was my beer of choice for a few years, nowadays I can't justify buying it when I can get Perla from the Polish shop for half the price and it's just as strong.

Carlsberg and Carlsberg Export have always been piss.
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Phoebe Mellerway - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:30:51 EST ID:Qp0hDXNl No.274834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274822
Yeah I'm pretty happy the microbrew scene is exploding the way it is in the US. I'm sick of hearing the argument of whether Coors Light or Bud Lights is better by tasteless douchebags. They're both shit. Great to knock back one after another when you're plastered, but still shit.
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Archie Tillingworth - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 15:26:45 EST ID:PhXjfoyq No.274836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>274820
Home-brewing has been increasingly popular in Norway too, just a week ago they opened a bar dedicated to local micro-breweries in my city! It's fucking expensive and gay as hell, so I haven't been there, but I'm glad that the joy of local produce is mainstream!
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Charles Guttingweck - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 06:19:19 EST ID:6p2Zh6Zn No.274855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274823

agree on the spesh. I used to like the old one, but the new weaker version has really amped up the bin-juice flavour. What a load of shit. Much better off with Lynx Super if you can find it.

But I'm going to go out on a limb here, and say that I had a standard can of Carlsberg right after a Stella recently, and the Carlsberg absolutely won that taste test. It's weak, that's true, but the flavour was crisp and clean, with none of the burnt plastic aftertaste of the Stella.
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Hamilton Blashman - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 16:27:36 EST ID:af+gyHbK No.274856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>274774
When I lived in Denmark everyone basically considered it "just ok". Only the faggots in Copenhagen and around there drank it. As for worst euro macrobrew, I'd say Heineken, that shit is liquid garbage.

My friends and I always got Albani as a usual beer though, that's a damn fine and cheap beer.


new user by Eliza Bloffingnudging - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 18:53:35 EST ID:HyO+senI No.274840 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hi guys im new to drinking alcohol. don't really drink much prefer to smoke pot but sometimes its nice to get your drink on especially sexually. so my question is one of tolerance...

when i drink its usually several shots in rapid succession. 3 get me feeling pretty nice. think its 3 at least im estimating.

i understand answers to the following questions will be not be consistent for everyone

how many days in a row can i do this before i'll start building tolerance?

lets say i do it 2 days in a row and take one off, would that be good or still tolerance build-up probably?

do u think 3~ shots will consistently get me feeling nice or at what point do you think i will desire more for "the same" effect

cheers
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Gnarly McGoblin - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 19:08:59 EST ID:r+esPI8b No.274841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My alcohol tolerance came up slowly, over years.
I had to drink four full water glasses of gin or equal 5/7 days a week for a whole year to push it to an extreme.
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Sidney Pemmlefure - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 02:12:03 EST ID:qbDVjlPT No.274843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Regardless of physical tolerance you will build a mental tolerance much faster. Doing the same thing, regardless of how exciting at first will eventually become dull. That's generally when people push for more. Mentally, they're trying to relive that first euphoric drunk when tbh you'll never get it again.

What you're doing though, as long as you stick with it is perfectly safe for /hooch/ standards. I'd love to just be able to take three shots and be in a good place.
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Thomas Buvingshit - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 10:20:19 EST ID:GPxuHUKK No.274846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274840
Drinking 3 drinks a night isn't going to have much of an effect on physical tolerance. After all it's pretty common for people to come home and have a few beers to relax after work and do this for years while still getting some effect from those beers.

But as >>274843 noted, like everything else, the experience will degrade over time. This degradation seems to happen more quickly and profoundly than with something like smoking weed which can be used in relatively small quantities frequently for long periods of time and still feel more or less the same. And tolerance breaks are generally much more effective in restoring the enjoyable effects of weed than alcohol.

Setting and frequency are very important with alcohol in defining how you feel the drug. Alcohol feeds on social situations and party vibes. If I grab some beers after work with coworkers/friends, I'll feel that energetic mood boost and enthusiasm that early drinkers are familiar with. I'm also much more likely to be content drinking at a slower pace.

However, if I"m drinking alone at home, I'm much more likely to be fixated on my buzz and because I'm more "in my head" I'm more likely to feel underwhelmed or otherwise unsatisfied with my current state and resort to drinking more, more quickly. But it'll never be like the first drunks I had.

It's actually pretty alarming how quickly alcohol goes from a special and exciting indulgence to something that is routine and mundane. There's a reason alcohol is legal, it's because it's actually a pretty shit drug and it's fairly self-limiting. Not only does increasing quantity do a poor job at making you feel what you want to, but as you increase that quantity and frequency the negative effects dramatically increase and most people are not willing to put up with that, it's just not worth it. The more stubborn of us will try anyway, even though we're full aware we're destined for failure.

Honestly man, if you want my advice, save the alcohol for the fun times when it's actually worth it and stick with weed for your daily chill.
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Graham Sindershaw - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 20:00:31 EST ID:HyO+senI No.274851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thanks for the responses everyone. it is pretty interesting feedback. i think i will try to pace myself a little more so i'm drinking less frequently, but i might up the total quantity/volume a bit. i did have some cravings to drink these last couple days as someone who only recently considered themself "not a drinker." but my college is right next to an alcohol store so i'm just going to wait til my next class cause i'm lazy.


There's a lot of doctors who tell me... by James Blackfield - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 20:57:01 EST ID:As1wEqKC No.274461 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I oughta try slowin it down
But there are more old drunks than there are old doctors so I guess we'll have another round
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Frederick Ponderpeck - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 10:28:13 EST ID:As1wEqKC No.274736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274700
I shall send the finest stuffed crust in all of Terok Nor.
It's 10:30am, should I have a drink?
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Phoebe Wamblewater - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 21:38:13 EST ID:wSLnT8CV No.274747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274736
>10:30am

Why are you getting such a late start? That's amateur hour
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Edwin Guckledale - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 13:57:01 EST ID:As1wEqKC No.274771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drunk.
Should I smoke the nug that was in the mason jar that fell and broke this morning or stick to dabs? I don't wanna smoke glass.
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Barnaby Fuffingson - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 15:47:34 EST ID:rgGXBajA No.274772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274771

>doesn't want to smoke glass

>out of a glass bowl
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Lydia Sammlefod - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 11:43:31 EST ID:As1wEqKC No.274818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Out of smokes and bud. Drank half a glass of shitty wine and threw up. Waiting for my gf and roommate to get up so I can get smokes and maybe some decent booze.


Feeling Shity by Loots - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 04:23:49 EST ID:0vSkdgF6 No.274704 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Going to rehab tomorrow.
Haven't drank in a week.
Felt like shit.
Snuck 88oz beer today.
8 hours later. Feel even worse...
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Loots - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 04:06:08 EST ID:0vSkdgF6 No.274722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I can handle the religious stuff. I just didn't want for that to be all there was to it. Plus the extra time to be away from my people and being taught a job that I can use in the real world. To top it all off I work 40+ hours a week while there and most of the money gets saved into a kinda "grub fund". So when I get out I'll be on my feet.
Probably going to move to city after all this instead of going back to the home town. With all that I just had to switch.
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Emma Fozzlefock - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 11:06:58 EST ID:Asxtr2v+ No.274784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I drank a whole fucking lot this friday/saturday. I feel like absolute total shit. I'm having a hard time coping with my sober mind today, havin schizo/paranoid thoughts and just overall wanting to fucking die.

I was getting on track and now I feel am back to zero.
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Cornelius Cluzzleleg - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 12:11:59 EST ID:oQ56Sn1f No.274785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274784
It's just the post-binge anxiety man, give it a day and things will settle down. A weekend binge doesn't necessarily mean you're back to zero, that's where you have the choice. You can either resign to set yourself back at zero or you can brush the dust off and get right back on track where you were
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Edwin Smallshit - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 13:55:36 EST ID:iCERR51l No.274787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274785
It's killing me. This is the exact reason I decided to cut back on drinking. The mental toll is just way too much. I was -clean- for something like 6 months, having no more than 5 or 6 beers on a saturday night but this past weekend I got absolutely blasted on evertyhing I could put my hands on.

There's nothing much to do but cope with it and get back on track as you say, but I feel weak and dissapointed at myself....

Why is booze so amazing when it can be so harmful? Life is unfair.
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Eugene Tootfuck - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 20:04:11 EST ID:VLRYq7Aq No.274815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>274787
Same thing happened to me this weekend. I was still drinking on monday morning because I had monday + tuesday off. Not feeling good today and I had a good 37 days clean before this weekend. I'm done for good I think.


Is this normal? Drinking feels less good every time by Ernest Ceckleworth - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 06:36:26 EST ID:VscVoNc/ No.274808 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've binge drinked 8 times in the last 3 months. The last few times I've been getting less and less of a high.
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Alice Duddlebut - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 10:37:37 EST ID:+NpJsqcU No.274809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
drink moar
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Martin Droffingcocke - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 15:48:21 EST ID:ah0ZzikA No.274813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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take a T break or
>>274809

or switch up what you drink. at least for me, different drink bring on different drunkennesses


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