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- Fri, 16 Oct 2020 09:53:50 EST wnB+I7gM No.5064957
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Did cocaine for the first time just now:

quick question for experienced ppl: how long does the come down last? I did a medium line 40 min ago and another small one 10 min ago after i felt myself feeling antsy, nervous and dysphoric.

I wanna stop now for 3-4 hours and only take more in the evening. Can I do it? will the crash be overwhelming that the cravings will be too strong to resist? and how long does the crash last? another 30 min? 1 hour? 2 hours?


appreciate any quick answers!
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Chen Kenmin - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 09:59:26 EST wnB+I7gM No.5064959 Reply
also I feel extremely mellow right now instead of feeling hyper. is that normal? i heard this happens if you have adhd but i dont have that (as far as i know lol. though i do have schizoid tendencies due to schizophrenia in my famly)

I actually feel kinda empathetic, almost like molly. I am just breathing heavy and feel numb, like that feeling when your legs fall asleep only in my hands instead of my legs
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Chen Kenmin - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 10:02:57 EST wnB+I7gM No.5064961 Reply
>>5064957
Actually I have to correect myself my arms feel EXTREMELY numb. and heavy. I actually got exercise extreme effort rn to even lift them or even type
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Easty Beasty - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 10:09:42 EST OHvvdSx9 No.5064964 Reply
coke comedown ain't even that extreme
sniff away my friend, just go do something fun instead of shit posting here
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Rick Bayless - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 10:11:04 EST foOfedrK No.5064965 Reply
Ah don't worry man, do something better than triple posting in your own thread. I'm sure you're ok. You're most likely overthinking it all.
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Kazuo Misaki - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:02:51 EST vuVcsdlL No.5064979 Reply
>>5064966
Hehehehahhahahaha u got jelly arms? That means you got circulation problems, man. You ok?
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Eric Young - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:08:03 EST Kdw6mvBN No.5064981 Reply
>>5064966
never did that but if you feel it takes over physically you might want to check the ambulance?
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Matt Mitrione - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:14:52 EST doLbXNrj No.5064983 Reply
>coked up
>numb arms
Sounds like a great opportunity to give yourself The Stranger, OP.
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Kazuo Misaki - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:15:50 EST vuVcsdlL No.5064984 Reply
>>5064983
Or flop your arms around back and forth like a child and run up to people with your eyes all bugged out
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AliceSmallshaw.pm5 - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:36:31 EST x6snCPD/ No.5065005 Reply
For me it tends to be worse because of underlying conditions, but usually 4-6 hours ater a night with an 8ball. Probably 8-12h after a binge on a weekend & 1-2 days after a week or two straight of use. This is just the initial comedown btw not counting headaches, fatigue & the general crash you'll feel during the week if coke becomes a weekend ritual
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AliceSmallshaw.pm5 - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:43:31 EST x6snCPD/ No.5065010 Reply
>>5065005
Not to mention if it feels like molly it might be cut but it's rare to cut it with more than lidocaine, benzocain, caffeine or meth at the most

How much did you pay? How well do you know the plug? How much have you done? In short you should be fine imo
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AliceSmallshaw.pm5 - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 11:47:03 EST x6snCPD/ No.5065013 Reply
>>5065010
Also don't feel obligated to answer those questions, idk how much this board is monitored these days with skirt being a celebrity & all
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Rosie Lottalove - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 12:04:50 EST mzuMIIGQ No.5065021 Reply
I honestly don’t like just bumping a little here and there. I am more prone to occasional benders than daily or lite use anyway, but if I’m at work or something and someone is like “hey want to hit this”, And there’s nothing like a Xanax or enough blow to last us all shift, I’m not teally into it and would just rather wait til later lest I feel sort of uncomfortable until I hit the bed for a few hours at least or pop a benzo

I only use it truly once in a blue moon these days, maybe once a year just at a party if I’m feeling it or something, because truly of all stims coke is just like a fuckin cocktease. Blow my shit out what the hell is this paying $200 to be glued to a bag all night when I could have blown my shit out into space with like $15 in good amphetamine
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Prince Bubba - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 13:42:11 EST JqoZXhe0 No.5065046 Reply
>>5064957
Cocaine is fun 1-2 times after that you're just a junkie. It is fun socially or with a fun friend you know won't be weird or have an overdose. The best time I ever had on coke was sniffing lines with an old room mate and painting the walls in his house. I always wonder if there was a scientific reason cigs are so good while you're on coke. Also the cone down for me lasted all throughout the next day with a runny nose and tired feeling. Be safe.
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Colonel Lovok - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 15:07:12 EST nkqyjc3P No.5065091 Reply
>>5065046
I disagree. I'd say the "fun time" threshold lasts to at least the 100th time.
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Prince Bubba - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 15:20:37 EST JqoZXhe0 No.5065094 Reply
>>5065091
I would probably like it more if it didn't make me feel like shit the next day
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John McClane - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 15:21:44 EST 32u2rsMY No.5065095 Reply
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>>5065046
I think cigs offer a lite dopamine spike and cocaine is a dopamine reuptake inhibitor ?

How do you overdose on coke? You must be young because for me to get to the point of a cocaine overdose i will really not feel well. i start to get too heady and my heart races, like I would have to intentionally push it over the edge.
I honestly don't like the stuff that much. Amp is preferable in every way so long as you keep dosing and redosing very reasonable and keep it that way always. it's still not terribly safe so please don't take this as me saying abusing amphetamine isn't without very real risk, but it messes around with my heart less than blow it seems (maybe due to permanent dopamine tolerance i have to take a pretty large amount of blow, and the physical side effects still persist at the lower level while you're chasing the high at a high level = likely bad news. i've seen other substances follow that sort of half-tolerance pattern)
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Inky - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 15:25:20 EST XAiJkuOJ No.5065096 Reply
>>5065095
I met a 21 year old guy who OD'd on coke that was laced with fentanyl, he had 0 tolerance (because he liked stims not opiates), ended up almost dying, now has permanent brain injury from not getting enough oxygen to his brain when he OD'd. his personality and cognition are permanently damaged
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John McClane - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 15:31:03 EST 32u2rsMY No.5065099 Reply
>>5065096
Fucking fent....Honestly i'm glad not to be coming of age in these times of shit being so expensive and so impure and full of sketchy and lethal alternative drugs.
And some of these substituted drugs are no where near as safe which is what really pisses me off. Like people assume that i'm willing to do anything and don't care about harm reduction just because i'm willing to use a substance. No, that doesn't mean i'm willing to buy the toxic lead-substituted version of a drug without you telling me, or some sketchy unknown brand new pyravalone with a startling chemical structure, when you're telling its some other thing that I already know the chemicstry of and that there's 100 years plus of experiences reports and medical science on?

It's fucking off the whole scene that so many people just accept it as the norm and will buy this bullshit without even testing it
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Inky - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 15:38:34 EST XAiJkuOJ No.5065107 Reply
>>5065099
Yeah, it is really sad. This is why drugs need to be made legal and available through "legitimate", regulated sources, because otherwise people OD and have all of this shit happen to them, or die.

sadly though, most governments don't care if substance users live or die. It's absurd too, because where I live healthcare is publicly funded, so they would actually save SO MUCH MONEY by just providing people access to clean drugs. Emergency room visits are sooooo expensive. and that guy I mentioned spent 6 months in hospital ($$$$!!!) and then a year in a brain injury rehab center ($$$$$$!!!!!!!), plus will he will require ongoing services ($$$$$$$). all of which could have prevented by giving him access to clean cocaine.


So it's not only cruel and dangerous to keep drugs illegal, but it's fucking stupid and expensive.
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AliceSmallshaw.pm5 - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 16:13:38 EST x6snCPD/ No.5065129 Reply
>>5065099
You'd think kids would have more knowledge in this day and age . Met so many teens talking about smoking xanax, hydros, huffing air duster etc. It's sad.
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John McClane - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 16:44:51 EST 32u2rsMY No.5065151 Reply
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>>5065107
Now that it's known that benzos even in mid range doses when used long term can result in higher likelihood of early onset dementia and cognitive decline, it's disturbing to think about all these people who just give no fucks and who have access to all those incredibly potent and cheap analogues out there. And as much as you'll try to warn them, they love to come back like 2 years later with some tale like "guys i just wanted to come back and tell you my tale of addiction and why you should never pop 10 pressed RC bars daily". Like it's news to someone but them that it was a moronic idea..It pisses me off though that people usually have at least a bit of an air about them of blaming the substance itself.

When your story basically starts with "So I bought X substance (without researching it or even having a scale or understanding how its addictive properties work and how strong they are and what drugs its safe to take with)....but i ate it anyway daily... then just fuck off with blaming the drug, that's just called user error, and i'd say most drug issues can be attributed to it (not to say it's easy to use hard drugs responsibly all the time but it is possible).

but i guess i just mean there the problems with the drug scene are many, it really is in a bad state these days in a way that is kinda freaky, because it makes me want to warn my kids that the drug scene....really is just what my parents basically told me about.. imagine that.. more societal control? Wouldn't be surprised if the fent coming in got caught in some connection to the govt or something.
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Betsy Wubbleville - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 17:49:04 EST MhGVs/rv No.5065178 Reply
>>5065151
Benzos are too good, ive never fucked with them. It sounds like alcohol without the aftertaste or spins, and the hangover is you waking up fired from your job with you car wrecked, and no recollection of the le last 12 hours. I had a friend who lived next to a house full of 20 something Benzos heads, they definitely gave off zombie vibes, just a disturbing level of emotionally blunted. They were like some chill crack fiends
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Sheva Alomar - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 18:13:27 EST KGHu6iV4 No.5065192 Reply
>>5064957
You shouldnt save it. Just do it all. Coke is not meant to me saved. The come down will last a day or two sometimes.
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Steve Cantwell - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 18:29:48 EST KDxD1lu2 No.5065197 Reply
>>5065151
>wouldnt be surprised if fent epidemic was caused by the govmt
No fucking shit dude
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BeatriceGeddlegold.dat - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 20:19:53 EST nD6u2rvn No.5065238 Reply
>>5065178
but how are they good if you can't remember anything or feel anything. seems pointless
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James Christy - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 20:47:59 EST hspxSdBL No.5065257 Reply
I like stable
User is currently banned from all boards
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Ebenezer Crinnerbure - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 11:27:48 EST HieqbbyR No.5065467 Reply
>>5064957
aw that girl she can watch me steal people's hats off their head doing a 360 around the block and gun it out of the outback parkinglot before my license plate gets written down, and then we could drink under a bridge <3
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Martin Febbleten - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 11:40:16 EST fH6YDa3h No.5065468 Reply
>>5065467
That doesn't sound as exciting as you think it does. Also stealing people's shit is gay.
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 11:40:40 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065469 Reply
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OP here back today, I left yesterday cause i was crashing like hell and needed alone time...

didnt do any more after that the entire day cause my jaw was feeling like hell.. wax more exreme bruxism than anything I ever experienced on molly! today too (rn)

i thought today would be different.. NOPE!. My arms feel like I cant move them at all. Is it blood vessel constriction? ... Appreciate any answer! I also feel very atpiycal to the normal coke experience.... I feel extremely empathetic and pro-social. This shit affects me like an empathogen! Like I love all people around me.

Is this normal?
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Martin Febbleten - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 12:14:25 EST fH6YDa3h No.5065492 Reply
>>5065487
Ripping a hat off someone's head is literally starting a fight, just telling him not to be a faggot
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 12:18:16 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065493 Reply
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>>5064983
I could like barely move my arms yesterday..

I tried to jack it after it got better but didnt get hard at all unitl the coke wore off and i took a viagra lol

My plan yesterday was to take some at home to test how it affects me and then go see a hooker later in the day lol (legal here)

but since the effect was so strange i decided to just jerk off and not leave my home..
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Ebenezer Crinnerbure - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 12:24:30 EST HieqbbyR No.5065501 Reply
>>5065492
you want to know the difference between entropy and empathy nigga

very little
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 12:27:47 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065503 Reply
>>5065010
>How much did you pay?
normal to kinda cheap street price for germany.

it does feel like molly but i didnt feel it for 6 hours yesterday so i dont think so. also the comedon/crash hits me after like 30 min if i dont take more

>How well do you know the plug?
darknet shit. definitely cut, i seen some little bit of fucking plastic in it lol.

> How much have you done?c
cant judge it exactly. i think medium dose.


for me the coke crash is extreme, it feels like im in a really nice mood (nothing to cry home about, nothing EXTREME like molly on which i generally feel like im in heaven) and then BOOM im in a total crap mood and feel like i could off myself
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 12:30:29 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065505 Reply
>>5065021
>but if I’m at work or something and someone is like “hey want to hit this”, And there’s nothing like a Xanax or enough blow to last us all shift, I’m not teally into it and would just rather wait til later lest I feel sort of uncomfortable until I hit the bed for a few hours at least or pop a benzo
seeing how this stuff is affecting me rn i literally cannot imagine doing it at work. Im like tweaker lol
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 13:54:00 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065541 Reply
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OP here Anyone in the mood to talk? I feel kinda lonely
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 14:21:38 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065555 Reply
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>>5065542
Good thing you know nothing a coked up guy loves more than talking about himself, lol.

Im currently 25 and my life is going well all things considered. I finished my 3 year apprenticeship (germany) as a freight forwarder/logistics clerk and i currently work full time, getting a decent income (nothing to run home about but good nonetheless..)
when I consider that with 15 I was a suicidal high school drop out and DXM/stoner kiddie things turned out absolutely amazing and i was extremely lucky that i was afforded such a great job opportunity, despite everything.
My next step is just moving out and finally getting my own place..

my dream for 5 years from now is (ideally) moving to australia, sydney and getting a nice office job in logistics company
my more realistic dream for 5 years from now is living in a major german or british city, having an office job, and meeting a nice girl
my kinda unrealistic fantasy is also working for a north korean human rights organization, since this is my main passion. if anyone got any questions about north korea, im happy to answer since i know a shit ton about north korean and south korean history

>>5065546
Ideally we should all agree that trump is retarded because he is a semi-literate buffoon and conman huckster..
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Eric Ripert - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 14:25:21 EST ZI2yNnf9 No.5065560 Reply
>>5065555
>my dream for 5 years from now is (ideally) moving to australia
Crikey, it'll all be underwater mate

How'd you learn so much about North Korea??? what is, in your opinion, the most interesting North Korea info you've learned???
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Eric Ripert - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 14:26:03 EST ZI2yNnf9 No.5065561 Reply
>>5065555
It's really nice to hear that you came from a place that was kind of crappy and did a full glow up as an adult. Hell yeah brother
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 14:47:35 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065573 Reply
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>>5065561
I agree, thank you very much I appreciate it :)
Though tbh I always feel like I'm kind of on the edge, the mental illness in my family doesnt help either. I always feel like I'm close to dropping out of society again. Im constantly pushing myself to stay strong and keep on going, but I often feel extremely stressed out from work. Dunno, wish I had a supportive partner by my side that pushes me to keep going down the right track

Additional info: I used to be a hikki shut-in for 1 1/2 half years or almost 2 years from 2011-2013



>>5065560
Yea you're probably not wrong, climate change is gonna run a number on Australia, though I dunno, I'm kind of on the optimistic side, like I hope we get shit under control before this planet turns into a living hell

As for North Korea, my obsession began around 2012, I just started reading every book I could get my hands on (all in all in that period I read like 12+ books, after I ran out of North Korea books I began with south korea books) as well as every article (i read absolutely everything on dailynk, nknews and radio free asia)
and of course all the documentaries (Though those are mostly pretty crappy and sensationalistic)

after that I started learning the korean language (hangul, hanguk-eo) to get a more in depth perspective.. like I felt that if you dont understand the language you cant really understand the culture/society. It's definitely a different culture than western culture. Especially North Korea, but south korea is also extremely different to ours. Their way of thinking is different. They have a 'our'-mentality. (uri-mentality) everything is centered around 'us', 'our' 'we'. Very collectivistic/tribalistic as compared to our liberal individualistic culture.

>what is, in your opinion, the most interesting North Korea info you've learned???
what I guess surprised me the most is that all in all, the average north korean is actually really patriotic and kinda supportive of their regime.. I mean I guess it's not super surprising considering they are extremely propaganized but back when I first started learning about the country I kinda just assumed that there must be a strong undercurrent of rebellious thought (And there is some!) but it's really a lot smaller than I thought.
They also have a lot more TV and computers than I thought. Pretty much everyone got one.
what I found even more surprising is that there is a nationalist-left in south korea that actually is very sympathetic to North Korea, almost the type of romanticized sympathy that some extreme left-wingers in america or here have for cuba or venezuela.
The sympathy in south korea stems from the 1980s student protest movement, south korea used to be a military dictatorship and the student movement kinda rejected the anti-north propaganda and then foolishly bought into pro-north propaganda being spread by north korean spies inside south korea.. this sentiment is still alive despite the 1990s famine. kinda crazy. in the west it's pretty hard to find any serious person to sympathetic to north korea, in south korea it's really pretty easy.

also if anyone is still reading this tl;dr: please support the north korean human rights movement by donating Usb sticks! Link:
https://flashdrivesforfreedom.org/
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 14:52:44 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065581 Reply
>>5065573
>They also have a lot more TV and computers than I thought. Pretty much everyone got one.
small correction: almost everyone got a TV. most people dont have a computer. only a small minority has one, though it's being more common. video games are also getting popular among young people. even shit like GTA5.
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Lyoto Machida - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 15:39:48 EST qJcKt0Eu No.5065597 Reply
>>5065594
Cool.

I still feel chatty/lonely

I keep redosing to avoid a crash.. I gotta say I feel a lot better currently.. A lot less jittery, and my arms arent numb so that's a big plus lol.
Though I feel like everytime I redose I am not really getting a 'high' I am just postponing the crash...
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Netjester !AI.skYnEt - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 15:39:50 EST iLikEToleARn No.5065598 Reply
>>5065597
Console peasants prefer the random name feel appropriate for a bit more.
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Eric Ripert - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:14:00 EST ZI2yNnf9 No.5065612 Reply
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>>5065573
>wish I had a supportive partner by my side that pushes me to keep going down the right track

I have a supportive high functioning partner, it is really nice. The drive to change anything in your life can't come externally from another person, though. my partner helps me stay motivated to be the best version of me, and having them helps keep me accountable, but not because they are actually telling me or "pushing" me to do anything. I just feel motivated because I love them, and I want to do it to help our relationship be the best that it can be, and I think they deserve a good partner.

>They have a 'our'-mentality. (uri-mentality) everything is centered around 'us', 'our' 'we'.
That sounds super duper nice tbh
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Lyoto Machida - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:30:42 EST qJcKt0Eu No.5065621 Reply
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>>5065612
I agree with you on the partner thing.. it's definitely not a cure for all fix to all my mental issues. But I do think it would be a great source of motivation, like you said you wanna be the best version of yourself for your partner. I do think that would help me. I will try online dating after I finally get my own place, hope I find someone I can really trust 100%



>That sounds super duper nice tbh
Eh, it has its ups and downs
Talking about south korea right now: It created a very communitarian spirit that helped the nation recover quickly after the war and reach full industrialization, full development by the 90s
But this 'uri'-mentality also breeds xenophobia, nationalism, tribalism. I think if you consider where south korea was in the 1950s, they have done an absolutely amazing job and that is in large part thanks to their unique cultural mentality. Things like the 'new village movement' under park chung hee in the 1970s wouldnt have had the success they had without their mentality.
but this same mentality also breeds the extreme race-based nationalism that exists in north korea and allows secret police in north korea to treat political prisoners in concentration camps as 'subhuman traitors' without any moral qualms..
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Eric Ripert - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:39:23 EST ZI2yNnf9 No.5065627 Reply
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>>5065621
Yea I mean, trust takes a long time, especially if you have had a history of bullshit. trusting too soon can get you into trouble too. At first it's playing some weird game of measuring risk vs trust and giving as much trust as you can without giving up too much risk, at least until you know they are truly legit.

re: the Korea stuff, you're probably right, I don't know about any of that stuff. I just feel like with the individualistic culture in the West it's super hard to gain traction on things like climate change action, just because everyone wants to get what's theirs while they can. We don't really think about other people too much when everyone is just scrambling to stay above water. I'm sure there are positives and negatives to both.

if you're just taking more coke not to crash at this point and you're not even really enjoying yourself, maybe it's time for bed??
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Alfred Catface - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:46:44 EST 32u2rsMY No.5065635 Reply
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>>5065621
I wouldn't try online dating, it's kind of the bottom of the barrel of dating. Everyone is incredibly picky and there's loads of scams and people with crazy standards (which is why they're in this dating scene where they can just get constantly rejected for their insane standards since doing so in person is way more harsh)
Best of luck if you try it, but it's been a really toxic and lacking environment when I have tried it. If you're attractive and or have a good job you can get laid and stuff but it just seems to me like people go there when they want to be able to like..design their perfect match. It's just not a good mentality. I would at least try to go for one that narrows down matches like eharmony or match maybe.

also just fyi, a little secret of dating sites that they don't like to mention but that is clearly in their algorithm is that, statistically speaking, i guess for example like white males are least likely to pick black females. So if you're a white male, you can expect to get loads of white girls until they run out of matches for you then it will be majority black at the very end when they have nobody. So just saying I know people are really touchy about racism these days, I guess it's just statistics and trying to offer the people the most likely matches for a success based on past results but I can see how maybe that would make some people uncomfortable.

OKCupid actually released a multi-part video series a couple years ago that detailed a lot of fascinating data about their algorithms and the things they're learned about dating stats over the years.
One thing was that really ugly people, as in someone who is likely to get more 1's than 3's, is also ironically more likely to get 5's than a person who is a 3 average is. Just a bunch of little facts like that. They released the vids on YT and they immediately became controversial among SJW's despite just kinda being....the way things are. but they pulled them. Idk if you can still find mirroredthem but they offered some interesting insights into dating (that honestly were sometimes disheartening because it really seems like the online dating market is one of very shallow and ruthless sort of standards on there for the most part and people in general taking crazy wayne gretsky types of shots
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Hedda Goodfuck - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:46:55 EST V0eagmeK No.5065636 Reply
>>5065621
>they have done an absolutely amazing job and that is in large part thanks to their unique cultural mentality
Moreso because of the boatloads of American and Japanese financial and political support using them as a puppet state bulwark against communist Best Korea.

And also working their employees almost literally to death, leading to the highest suicide rates in the world.

Pretty sure those are more materially relevent than some vague allusions towards "culture".
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Lyoto Machida - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:50:30 EST qJcKt0Eu No.5065639 Reply
>>5065627
>Yea I mean, trust takes a long time, especially if you have had a history of bullshit. trusting too soon can get you into trouble too. At first it's playing some weird game of measuring risk vs trust and giving as much trust as you can without giving up too much risk, at least until you know they are truly legit.
Yea I can imagine. Never been in a legit relationship so far, but I've been pretty close to some girls before and I had that experience of gauging how much I can trust her etc.

>if you're just taking more coke not to crash at this point and you're not even really enjoying yourself, maybe it's time for bed??
I am kinda enjoying myself but I definitely do not feel euphoric like I would with mdma

But I rarely feel this talkative so I am just enjoying talking to anybody who will give me the time of the day rn

It's almost 10:45pm here and I feel kinda good. :)
Not sleepy at all yet

>the Korea stuff, you're probably right, I don't know about any of that stuff. I just feel like with the individualistic culture in the West it's super hard to gain traction on things like climate change action, just because everyone wants to get what's theirs while they can. We don't really think about other people too much when everyone is just scrambling to stay above water. I'm sure there are positives and negatives to both.
Our culture got its issues but all in all, there are a lot of people that care about climate change. I agree we are doing way too little, this is a serious existential problem for our entire planet and the future of life on earth and you see dipshits that just don't get how serious it is.. but still governments are doing something. Yea it's a struggle thanks to morons that think it's fake or not a big deal but from all my knowledge on Korean culture, I am unsure if we would be better off with their mentality.
Our individualistic leads to a lot of creativity and open-mindedness and also an ability to criticize oneself. Koreans have an extremely hard time criticizing their own society in a really strong way, the way we do here, that kinda leads to piling up problems, pushing them under the rug etc.
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Lyoto Machida - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:51:17 EST qJcKt0Eu No.5065640 Reply
>>5065638
yea it's some religious crap but it aint really wrong on that article
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Ian Brerringham - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 16:57:10 EST BeaKy/Xu No.5065645 Reply
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>>5065621
Look up the Bodo League massacre, the Jeju Uprising, etc. for a glimpse of how capitalist, US-backed South Korea treated its 'subhuman traitors' without any moral qualms.
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Lyoto Machida - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 17:00:26 EST qJcKt0Eu No.5065649 Reply
>>5065645
I know about that type of stuff already, like I said I have a really deep interest in that and know most of modern korean history. I definitely do not think Lee seung man leadership was saintly... but you know if you compare the 2 nations right now the main problem in terms of egregious human rights abuses is north korea
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Subramanyan Chandrasekhar - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 17:17:10 EST ig5yeC2x No.5065661 Reply
>>5065646
Thanks. This is interesting. I somewhat assumed that they might've gotten their idea of the collective self from Buddhism since that's been present in their culture for a very long time. There's this whole thing about the fleeting self and impertinence and how small the individual is in comparison to the outer world. Although it's just speculation as I am neither Korean nor Buddhist.
On the other hand, the Moonies have some pretty whacked beliefs about wanting to unify the world under Korea lol
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Girly Sanchez - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 17:30:16 EST PmerniPV No.5065668 Reply
>>5065573
>i read absolutely everything on dailynk, nknews and radio free asia
>considering they [North Koreans] are extremely propaganized
Holy shit the irony.

You realize that your sources on the region are funded by the US Congress, US conservative thinktanks and the literal CIA, respectively?

But yeah dude, it's only those child-like Northerners who are susceptible to propaganda.

>what I guess surprised me the most is that all in all, the average north korean is actually really patriotic and kinda supportive of their regime
>what I found even more surprising is that there is a nationalist-left in south korea that actually is very sympathetic to North Korea
Maybe this would be less of a shock to you if you stopped getting your info from CIA fronts.
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Eric Ripert - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 17:37:57 EST ZI2yNnf9 No.5065673 Reply
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>>5065635
The thing with OkCupid, eHarmony, Match, whatever, is that people can fake their answers too. Some people select what they think the most socially desirable answer is, not what they actually think. This happened to me when I was duped by somebody with a 97% match, then over time it was kind of revealed that the entire personality they were trying to project was fraudulent. They even did this irl too, like for instance, they would say that X was their favorite thing if they already knew that X was my favorite thing. Fake bonding.

Granted not everyone is a sociopath on there.

On the contrary, on Tinder the best match I've ever had was on someone with like very little information in their bio and blurry ass photos. They ended up being super nice and super hot and a pretty authentic person. The whole situation is just a crapshoot.

The things about the algorithms and stuff is interesting though. I guess why that's why people can pay on Tinder to get their profiles seen more, especially if you have a low match rate, you're probably more likely to get buried at the bottom of the deck.
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:21:01 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065694 Reply
>>5065668
Eh, I mean you can view that one way or the other. I think historians like Andrei Lankov for example are highly credible sources. If you have a certain anti-American sentiment that motivates you into a very critical perspective in regards to RFA or DailyNK, OK, I dont share that sentiment. I think while you don't wanna take every story at face value, if you wanna learn about stories that don't get published on their nightly news they are indivpensable sources of information. If you only relied on state media we wouldn't know anything about the Jangmadang (black market) for example. They'd just never mention it and have you believe that the state distribution system works just fine.
I also think refugee testimony is pretty important, you can learn a lot. But yes, those voices are biased and more critical. Like I said earlier what surprised me the most about North Korean society is that generally they are quite supportive of their government.


But for example if you want an insight into what a city like Hyesan looks like, you gotta look at stuff like '갈렙선교회' which does undercover videos shot by North Koreans themselves. Personally I am not against the CIA per se, I am not really anti-American.. I don't like Trump but I liked America under Obama, and I generally believe there's a lot of good people in the American government. I think America is still a good defender of human rights in the world (or has the potential to be one again). I guess that's just proof I am heavily brainwashed by the CIA :)
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:27:22 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065700 Reply
>>5065696
Dont hate North Koreans.. just dont like their totalitarian government.. :) I love Korean culture though

But yea the cocaine is working. I think it works better if you combine it with alcohol. It still has a strange effect on me, I feel like I'm on a mild empathogen, like MDMA.. like I just feel really compassionate for everyone, instead of feeling egoistical like I've been told it'd be like
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Simon Albert - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:31:54 EST ctF53RpD No.5065704 Reply
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>>5065700
>It still has a strange effect on me, I feel like I'm on a mild empathogen, like MDMA.. like I just feel really compassionate for everyone, instead of feeling egoistical like I've been told it'd be like
u have a good soul
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:35:48 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065709 Reply
>>5065635
I used to go to clubs and music festivals pre-corona but only like 3 times got close to getting to know a girl closer and only once kissed one in a festival. To be fair I only went to get fucked up on 2cb and molly and dance my ass off, but still, only 3 times from all the times i went ain't a great track record.

On OkCupid I got lots of matches when I tried it last year.. so I think I have better chances there.

>also just fyi, a little secret of dating sites that they don't like to mention but that is clearly in their algorithm is that, statistically speaking, i guess for example like white males are least likely to pick black females. So if you're a white male, you can expect to get loads of white girls until they run out of matches for you then it will be majority black at the very end when they have nobody. So just saying I know people are really touchy about racism these days, I guess it's just statistics and trying to offer the people the most likely matches for a success based on past results but I can see how maybe that would make some people uncomfortable.
Problem is there aint a lot of black cuties in Germany lol. But yea I'm aware of the algorithms on that site
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JarvisFoblingwell.rar - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:40:53 EST 4fp5wcfv No.5065712 Reply
>>5065238
I'm on 2mg/day & I can go days without it / remember things well enough considering how high a dose that is

Not to say I don't. I mean I left the house forgetting to bring a faucet to return to the hardware store earlier (it wasn't the reason I was leaving, but it's still like fug)
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:46:07 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065716 Reply
I dont want the therad to head into a toxic political direction.. I understand ppl got different views.

but thank you to everyone who humored me for a while on one of my first cocaine experiences. I had a nice evening :)
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JarvisFoblingwell.rar - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:48:53 EST 4fp5wcfv No.5065719 Reply
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>>5065712
(I mean script alprazolam)

As far as not feeling anything there's no feeling in the world like feeling normal(ish) / okay when you have debilitating anxiety & panic attacks on the reg, nb
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JarvisFoblingwell.rar - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:55:14 EST 4fp5wcfv No.5065729 Reply
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>>5065724
iunno, scene girls? I think there have still been sightings of them in the wild tho they are rare breed these days
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Mark "Rent Boy" Renton - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 18:57:47 EST 2+xFScy+ No.5065736 Reply
>>5065729
I always thought it was a stupid trend, girls sometimes do that to their inner thighs though and that can be kind of sexy.

Kind of a weak ass way to do self-harm for attention, not really that sexy. The new subculture is just lots of colors and drugs.
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JarvisFoblingwell.rar - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:02:24 EST 4fp5wcfv No.5065741 Reply
>>5065736
>lots of colors & drugs
feelsgoodman

Also I never thought it was sexy hearing about those sorts of things when whomever I was seeing was comfortable enough to talk about it. Though I had a buddy cut / burn a dopey cross on my arm with a dull kitchen knife after heating the blade with a blow torch. I wasn't sad or emo at the time just on some bs no fucks given kinda feel. Always fun explaining that during interviews since it's literally on my hand
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Mark "Rent Boy" Renton - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:11:13 EST 2+xFScy+ No.5065755 Reply
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Don't do cocaine, it's lame.
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Mark "Rent Boy" Renton - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:21:23 EST 2+xFScy+ No.5065765 Reply
>>5065763
Yes, but I've still done more cocaine in the past than you will ever do in your lifetime.
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Mark "Rent Boy" Renton - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:23:58 EST 2+xFScy+ No.5065767 Reply
Anyway, to answer the original question, first off, don't do cocaine.

Second off, just for harm reduction purposes, you can bump the original high to continue it with small bumps after a single line to ease off the crash, but will still crash. Crashes are generally worse in earlier periods. Cocaine can also be enhanced with alcohol to create cocaethylene in your blood stream but this can cause dangerous cardiac conditions, and typically just a period of dysphoria lasting a few hours.

A more intelligent use of cocaine would be to take small bumps.
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:27:42 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065770 Reply
>>5065767
what freaked me out the most yesterday was the numbing effect in my arms.. Dunno what caused it, maybe vassal constriction? I got it today too but it went away after I kept taking bumps all night long
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Mark "Rent Boy" Renton - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:29:42 EST 2+xFScy+ No.5065771 Reply
>>5065770
Cocaine is an anesthetic, topically it can be used in this way. So you may experience lack of sensation in limbs unrelated to a cardiac event, or it could also be your arms indeed having some kind of trouble because you are fucking up your heart like an idiot.
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Cunt McPuntington - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:43:59 EST wnB+I7gM No.5065775 Reply
>>5065771
Yea I know it's a topical anesthetic but both my arms felt extremely heavy, like I could barely move my fingers to type a post or just lift my arms up. It was pretty strange and more extreme than I expected, so I kinda freaked out a little.

I had this earlier today too but I've been taking bumps the entire evening and it hasnt returned so far.

And yea I know I'm fucking up my heart and my health by doing addictive stimulant drugs. I have a self-destructive streak.
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Alfred Catface - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:46:23 EST 32u2rsMY No.5065778 Reply
>>5065770
When this happens in the legs and eventually gets to the point of paralysis in the legs they call it a coke stroke and it's a dangerous condition to be in. Idk about the arms
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Caroline Bummerwell - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 20:12:30 EST flt3lxft No.5065787 Reply
>>5065778
So how was that scare you wanted (◕ᴗ◕✿) are you gonna pick on the anons forever?
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Turok - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 20:24:24 EST /rf1Hs1l No.5065791 Reply
>>5065787
I would go alienate my friends some more at a bar but it's costing too much money and already spent too much on "false emergencies"

Just need my UFO come pick me up and take me somewhere nice
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Bernard-Ferdinand Lyot - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 20:42:24 EST LKF6gaaw No.5065802 Reply
>>5065791
It's ok 🧸 you can cry all you want we'll move to a secret island and then go to the intergalaxies 🍦 I'll make ice cream for you ( ꈍᴗꈍ)( ꈍᴗꈍ)( ꈍᴗꈍ) it's ok I'll be fine

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