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Seasonal /dis/ Ignore Report Reply
Charlotte Goffingham - Wed, 26 Sep 2018 19:17:11 EST ID:jQIhlHz2 No.363786
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Anyone else feel greater effects from from dissos during autumn/winter?
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Hedda Goodway - Wed, 26 Sep 2018 23:52:13 EST ID:SHTdLekX No.363790 Ignore Report Reply
it's flu season
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Reuben Tootway - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 00:43:13 EST ID:Fe2bbqPy No.363791 Ignore Report Reply
Yep, feel like cold/chill is more in line with dis vibe so it seems to produce more.
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Phineas Surryman - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 06:18:48 EST ID:fW6lPZeo No.363793 Ignore Report Reply
no, just different vibe depending on the season
autumn/winter seems to fit the traditional alien and isolated dissociative feel though
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Wesley Brarringdad - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 12:44:37 EST ID:Bn/kwLBZ No.363794 Ignore Report Reply
>>363786
It's cause it's darker out. Lower light conditions give you a different experience
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Eugene Blatherhood - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 12:05:48 EST ID:vUCKAOZN No.363804 Ignore Report Reply
>>363790
*coughs*
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Lydia Wuffingwitch - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 12:46:21 EST ID:JPkK4/Ra No.363829 Ignore Report Reply
>>363786
i absolutely love robotripping in cold weather. it makes snow shoveling a lot more interesting and the cold is barely noticable
>working a wally world
>tripping on 600mg
>boss comes up to me
>"hey anon, i gotta drive the forklift outside, can you spot me?"
>"yeah lets do it"
>its january, 15 F, i'm wearing jeans a light carhart and cotton gloves
>holding two flags at the corner of the building
>boss is driving pallets around
>i signal whenever there is a car
>we finish in half an hour
>boss's legs are frozen
>i'm lightly tripping, feeling chill and comfy
probably the best time time i ever had at work
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Ernest Hivingstig - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 13:38:21 EST ID:QSpzs8QC No.363834 Ignore Report Reply
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>>363786
Definitely. The dark, spooky, numb of autumn/winter go perfectly with dissociatives. Pretty much all my S-class trips were during that time of year.
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Ernest Hivingstig - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 13:42:24 EST ID:QSpzs8QC No.363835 Ignore Report Reply
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>>363834
Fuck it, cause this board is practically dead, here's the rest of that thread I made/trip I had 3 years ago.
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Ernest Hivingstig - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 13:43:32 EST ID:QSpzs8QC No.363836 Ignore Report Reply
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>>363835
I loved the part where I complimented the festival cynic.
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Ernest Hivingstig - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 13:44:53 EST ID:QSpzs8QC No.363837 Ignore Report Reply
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>>363836
I was also playing the shit out of MGSV at the time.
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Clara Crinningbidging - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 12:47:10 EST ID:N8eYsKPn No.363846 Ignore Report Reply
>>363786
> Anyone else feel greater effects from from dissos during autumn/winter?

Ye.
I don't wanna be dogmatic about it, but honestly I feel that taking dissos in spring to mid-summer is kind of a waste.
It's like not taking /psy/s in late summer or super early spring.

They're associated with the cycle of things just as plants are.
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Beatrice Bardshit - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 23:34:04 EST ID:dURTRHOf No.363858 Ignore Report Reply
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>>363804
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zkDWPuK_IU
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Cyril Tootfoot - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 16:57:12 EST ID:t+m8PlEv No.363888 Ignore Report Reply
I'm down to /dis/ whenever I can afford it (i no longer like dxm or rc dissos, so i stick to expensive-ass k and n2o), but fall/winter is primetime for /dis/ for a couple reasons:

-increased nighttime hours. dissociative visuals are best when it's as dark as possible. nighttime is dark, so more night = more optimized /dis/ time
-fall/winter coincides with cold and flu season, which means some drugstores start dropping awesome deals on cough medicine. this mainly applies if you don't have any lucky dollar stores with the cheapogels. plenty of bogo deals for the dissonaut who wants to go deep on a budget ( I know most of y'all are broke)
-you can barely feel the cold when you stumble outside for a cig

some people already mentioned the first and last bits, but when I was a big-time dexxer, I loved those sales. 3 plateaus for the price of 2!!!
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Shit Grimhood - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 18:50:02 EST ID:Hv5tDeEr No.363889 Ignore Report Reply
>>363846

Probably just the mindset, placebo effect. I love taking dissociatives during the summer. In fact, being dissed outside in the middle of the day with a clear, blue sky and a big sun in the sky is probably my favorite.
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Cornelius Nettingbutch - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 18:13:29 EST ID:zpkcSZ4j No.363930 Ignore Report Reply
>>363786
DXM heats your brain up a whole lot. It is actually healthier to do in the cold. According to a smart anon.
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Barnaby Dattinglock - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 14:26:56 EST ID:wZvF5Dzx No.363946 Ignore Report Reply
>>363930
I thought it was just me. Whenever I dex my head gets so fucking hot especially during the come up. Always get paranoid that I'm literally frying my brain
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Ernest Shittingway - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 21:37:02 EST ID:Tw8O+9JO No.363969 Ignore Report Reply
>>363930
One time when I was on DXM a friend noted to me that I was spiraling my hair out and sticking it straight up in a neurotic fashion and it was freaking her out. Interestingly I later saw a video depicting schizophrenics who exhibited the same behavior, and schizophrenia is believed to be possibly linked to NMDA function as well as dopamine function.

It's completely speculative for me to say that it's an adaptation to this exact effect, but I believe it might be, even if it doesn't truly help at all. I have never gotten the same thing on ketamine though which is a detractor from the idea.

>>363888
Fuck yes. Trips of truth. Winter cigs on DXM are fucking awesome. You get the stillness, plus the cig, plus snow if present, minus insects, minus discomfort in the cold. I think it's the environmental peace of winter that makes my afterglows so strong.
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Doris Fungerhot - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 19:37:50 EST ID:XGWRXTLw No.363977 Ignore Report Reply
>>363946

I think it's due to the histamine release that happens inside your body on the come up. You heat up and start gettting itchy.
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Nicholas Fuckingshit - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 02:31:27 EST ID:6sAkZYbz No.364620 Ignore Report Reply
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>>363786
Glad I'm not the only one who feels this. Maybe I'm biased because my first robotrip was in winter, but I feel like every disso is better in the fall and winter. I can never really get on the same wavelength in the summer as I can in the winter. My best holes are always in the winter too.

Maybe there's an interaction with the seasonal shifts in neurotransmitters and brain activity..
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Beatrice Drodgemig - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 03:46:40 EST ID:aKFWbz3t No.364621 Ignore Report Reply
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