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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 13:36:29 EST S4ou/oTm No.370455
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Provide some /dis/ aesthetic. Music, pictures, videos, movies, schizoid ramblings, etc are all welcome
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Caroline Samblespear - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 02:55:24 EST hPG1JgUZ No.370461 Reply
>>370459

On what plateau?


On DXM alone I often start thinking about the survival of the fittest type stuff e.g. animals fighting each other, and lots of Slomatics really jives well with it. I found this video the other day that gives a feel of it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmAU2VlKWZU

I can recommend other Slomatics, some of it takes a while to get into whereas other albums you get the feel of it instantly.
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George Turveywater - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 11:50:45 EST 95BYuZPl No.370463 Reply
>>370461
a strong 2. 1 is like a much milder version of those visuals while 3 and up starts being hyper realistic dreamlike scenarios
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Augustus Clonningdick - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 18:10:55 EST 9YudRErz No.370474 Reply
Everything is good on drugs, you don't need to fit the mould, live the archetype and try and watch trippy or digital things.. use the drug perspective to cover NEW ground.. start seeing behind the curtain and not being the equivalent of the people who think smoking pot is supposed to be about being comfy and silly and having the munchies and thinking stupid shit is amazing.

>how do I find a weed connect?
>BWH BRUDDUH SMOKIN A BOWLLL
>is my weed moldy?
>is this shit laced? I got freaked out when I smoked it.. it wasn't like cheech and chong act when they're stoned

pls stop. drugs are for sages, not for silly kids to have fun with

>bro im gonna do drugs and stare at an LCD screen it's gonna be dope this is so trippy fucking blew my mind dude this song is amazing

learn how to live
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Fucking Sucklebuck - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 19:47:33 EST JG4zHNdE No.370475 Reply
>>370474
wow, you really are insufferable.

the worst part is it sounds like you think you are smarter than most too
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Hamilton Cizzlebury - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 03:27:36 EST L8U03cuw No.370483 Reply
>>370474
>pls stop. drugs are for sages, not for silly kids to have fun with
Drugs are for anyone who wants to have a good, or interesting, or revelatory time with their brain and body. If you insist on sacredness and significance in drug experiences, there's both to be found in the mundane, of watching a computer screensaver or a documentary on penguins, for the fifth time, eating your favorite snack.

nb
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Ebenezer Dommlewell - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 09:51:01 EST x/Ds00KE No.370485 Reply
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>>370483
It's the "stop liking what I don't like" meme's 2nd evolution form: "stop appreciating things the wrong way"
User is currently banned from all boards
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William Nashfoot - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 10:36:09 EST i1o2kw6Y No.370486 Reply
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My favourite thing to do on dissos is create. Anything and everything, but preferably art. Today I am making a nonsense post on /dis/.


DXM feels like life but on cheat codes. Maybe not cheat codes, but definitely something completely over powered. Everything makes sense. I understand everything. I am disconnected from my faults and biases but recognise their impact on me the rest of the time. I know I'm gonna sober up and everything is gonna go back to how it was before, so I just try my best to make something from the trip in the hopes that what I make will be imbued with that feeling of lifting the curtain. Most of the time when I come back to reality I'm just embarrassed and shy away though.

I've been fucking with dissociatives and deliriants a lot lately. I am bordering on taking them too far and causing more harm than good. But for now I am resolving a lot of internal issues, and I have been able to address a lot of things that are making the people around me unhappy and have been resolving to make changes in my behaviour to improve their lives. The people around me have been receptive too. They have told me what is happening in their world, how they feel about it and how I can change that. And I've felt compelled to change my behaviour to facilitate this. I just hope it sticks because feeling their suffering is brutal. Feeling that my lack of understanding their perspective is what is causing their experience to suffer is even worse.

This shit ain't free though. The other day I had a serious derealisation episode. I saw everything in my vision as a series of abstract shapes and I was given a chance to view them objectively, completely disconnected from what they mean. My friends face turned into a bunch of flat shapes and I realised that this is how I experience everything. A series of shapes in front of me that invoke feelings and thoughts and to a degree I can't control this and I'm going to make a lot of mistakes.

I just want to be better for myself and everyone around me. I don't want to become a servant to everything around me and forget who I am.

DXM is one hell of a drug. Is this what ketamine and 3meo-pcp feel like? I just don't wanna enter psychosis and run around naked jumping on cars and smashing shit screaming nothing matters. I've gotten that fucked up on drugs a few times now and seen it happen to other people too. shit is weird

For now I'm just enjoying the mania. I had one irl buddy that liked doing this stuff but he got sober after a heap of health issues. I feel so lonely not being able to share these highs with anyone. I can't introduce anyone to these drugs because they cause so much harm and it's not okay to not let people find them themselves.

Thank you for this thread. I feel a little less alone being able to spout gibberish at strangers on the internet.
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Ebenezer Dommlewell - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 10:51:24 EST x/Ds00KE No.370487 Reply
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>>370486
You will get to experience MXE one day, my child.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Basil Fanspear - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 15:37:24 EST S4ou/oTm No.370492 Reply
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This cat does not exist
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Phineas Brookhood - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 13:00:52 EST S4ou/oTm No.370507 Reply
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my personal favorite dxm/k albums








inb4 mucore
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Fanny Blevingbury - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 00:04:08 EST 3jTm8tij No.370572 Reply
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Since Aristotle, man has organized his knowledge vertically in separate and unrelated groups---Science, Religion, Sex, Relaxation, Work, etc. The main emphasis in his language, his system of storing knowledge, has been on the identification of objects rather than on the relationships between objects. He is now forced to use his tools of reasoning separately and for one situation at a time. Had man been able to see past this hypnotic way of thinking, to distrust it (as did Einstein), and to resystematize his knowledge so that it would all be related horizontally, he would now enjoy the perfect sanity which comes from being able to deal with life in its entirety.

Recently, it has become possible for man to chemically alter his mental state and thus alter his point of view (that is, his own basic relation with the outside world which determines how he stores his information). He then can restructure his thinking and change his language so that his thoughts bear more relation to his life and his problems, therefore approaching them more sanely.

It is this quest for pure sanity that forms the basis of the songs on this album.
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Cedric Grandfoot - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 11:08:26 EST e9cvOVLj No.370575 Reply
>>370572
Either I'm guessing you're read up on Martin Heidegger or you should be looking him up if you don't know who he is.

That said, even though the hallucinogens are great agents for facilitating the self-awareness and open-mindedness needed to critically analyze ourselves and the universe, and the relationships between us on an epistemological level, they're hardly a requisite for achieving that kind of thinking and the knowledge that comes with it. The drugs simply make the point so on the nose that it's virtually impossible to miss, which means drug users and experience seekers who otherwise didn't give much of a fuck to put the effort into understanding the nature of reality wind up realizing their ideas and beliefs about what they thought they knew was all wrong and they didn't have a clue. Some of the time people who weren't interested in the nature of reality that get this experience to develop an appreciation for trying discover whatever truth about that as is actually humanly capable of comprehending, others just become annoying hippies and hipster psychedelic culture faggots because they still don't actually care... which there isn't anythign wrong with not actually caring about the truth, it's just they act like they've had it revealed entirely to them and go on to be the GoAcid's and Aw Wizard's of the world, fully believing that the direct experiences the psychotomimetic drugs they're taking are actually reality instead of just a neat experience that highlights the fact we can't trust our senses, knowledge, or societal institutions and cultural beliefs without a healthy degree of mistrust because how easily the mind is tricked.
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Fanny Blevingbury - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 13:16:02 EST 3jTm8tij No.370577 Reply
>>370575
thats actually just the liner notes i didnt write that but sure i agree
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Charlotte Dartforth - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 19:13:22 EST MYA7SC5S No.370583 Reply
>>370572
>I've felt the panic that they disguise in the forms of laws of every size

hits hard
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Charlotte Dartforth - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 19:19:48 EST MYA7SC5S No.370584 Reply
>>370575
i stopped going on /spooky/ because of him and ive not seen him post anywhere else since, so in my universe A_Wizard is dead
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Esther Worthingworth - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 19:43:23 EST 32Oxavuo No.370585 Reply
>>370459
My CEVs with DXM have often been an object constantly scaling its size.
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Reuben Mashbury - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 23:38:18 EST S4ou/oTm No.370587 Reply
>>370585
For me it looks fairly similar to the video except much more slow and peaceful. A lot of the time the imagery isnt right infront of my face as much as it is mental imagery. I remember one time i saw myself in a giant tower full of duplications of my room, and each with timy different details.
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Edwin Shakeway - Sun, 02 Feb 2020 03:31:36 EST 5K+eiixO No.370588 Reply
>>370585
Or even OEV will be like my phone looks and feels like its incredible tiny like the size of a piece of candy or something yet I can usually still view whats on the screen as if its being projected as a 2.5D hologram. In a way it makes me feel like I realize my true to scale compared to the entire universe like I can literally feel that I'm just a tiny spec of sand in an endless astral void.
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Hannah Pogglebedging - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 00:28:02 EST wZvF5Dzx No.370624 Reply
>>370588
There was one neat CEV I used to get when I was new to DXM that I would use to test if I was peaking. Basically I'd be in bed with the lights out, completely pitch black with my headphones plugged into my phone, which was face down next to my head. Typically I'd pick it up, press the button and check the time, set the playlist etc. The test to see if I was peaking or if I took enough DXM or whatever would be to keep my eyes closed, grab my phone and turn it toward my face without pressing the button. The CEV would be that the phone emitted a light as if I turned it on, which was bright as shit even through my eyelids because my eyes were adjusted to the pitch darkness of my bedroom. Then I'd open my eyes and see that my phone's screen was off the whole time. Good memory but I don't get that one anymore. I guess doing it over and over every trip for dozens of trips finally made my subconscious brain realize what was going on.
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Dir Xn Mrey - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 22:56:05 EST 9ipoT/v+ No.370631 Reply
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>>370455
Made this and thought it captured the solace of DXM headspace with an emo vibe....
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Charles Dushman - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 00:06:49 EST S4ou/oTm No.370632 Reply
>>370631
That definitely captures the color scheme of my usual visuals, though usually i lean more towards purple than red lol
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Charles Dushman - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 00:07:34 EST S4ou/oTm No.370633 Reply
>>370631
Theres also the bittersweet tired looking peeling wallpaper aesthetic dxm has if that makes sense
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Nigel Fucklekat - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 12:38:22 EST qcCCMVGY No.370647 Reply
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I really love the flexibility of ketamine, if you want to have a weird time pamtri videos are a real treat

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYBP_TtboAYP28U3ZVNM9Ig

and for maximum relaxation get a nice pair of headphones light some scented candles and go into a hole with this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYnA9wWFHLI&t=1801s
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Albert Pellyridge - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 06:12:59 EST 9YudRErz No.370682 Reply
>>370680
no it definitely is emotional music pal

im too hardcore for that. youll catch me listening to goregrind on dissociatives
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Jenny Bipperferk - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 14:13:31 EST EoaiRrTF No.370685 Reply
>>370682
sounds like someones a lil self conscious maybe a lil projection goin on.
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Jack Pallerson - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 20:42:01 EST EoaiRrTF No.370691 Reply
>>370690
yeah sorry i just got scared when he showed how hardcore he is, ngl shaking and farting rn.
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Fanny Wozzleworth - Tue, 11 Feb 2020 12:58:02 EST 8oBsYhWc No.370701 Reply
>>370691
It’s okay. Lets all chug that sizzurp to get a temporary +20 empathy effect
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Ωµæƨǂ℩αiƞ - Tue, 11 Feb 2020 17:13:04 EST El2PEU89 No.370709 Reply
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>>370707
Biggest trip of my life was LSDXM. I've also mixed dxm with shrooms, nbome, and dmt. Nbome combo usually had a pretty heavy bodyload. I only did the mushroom combo once and don't really remember it. I smoked a decent amound of dmt after being awake for a few days on a sigma excursion, although there wasn't much that was special about it since I was already in the process of hacking the matrix server.
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Martha Wimmerburk - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 05:51:28 EST 9YudRErz No.370718 Reply
>>370685
that's a layman's logic though. I'm sure you've been offended by something that was too watered down for you. Probably the way you look at dora the explorer is how I view that song.

not liking it doesn't mean what you were inclined to think it did

do you apply that logic to everything? If someone takes offense to something it's because they secretly want to express it too? Especially anonymously online if they're offended, in a very safe place to express anything you want without real repercussions from any incurred judgment?

bro you sound like a fag no offence. I hope you become a greater man. This has little to do with music at this point, I was busting your balls but I really don't like the song's atmosphere. I don't get weepy and soft when I do drugs, though I know a lot of people do and I don't hold it against them because not everyone is the same. We're all going through different phases in life with different resources we've accumulated throughout our lifetimes. We've been built differently so interests wont match up all the time, to say the least.

I just wanted to correct what you were saying. So if I call you a fag (hopefully you wont after reading my explanation about why you shouldn't follow the train of thought you did, and why you especially shouldn't apply it to all situations (there's a time and place for everything)) then I must be a closet homosexual?

you gotta check yourself because the way you're thinking doesn't make sense. nothing can be universally applied. you don't want to take something that may have worked in one place and assume it works in all other places. most wisdomic, reactionary expressions have a limited application.


>>370701
Maybe I'm the odd one out.

Also please don't think this is about how cool I am or how much better I think I am than you because that's not the case at all. At this point it's an intelligent discussion, in my mind. We're talking about ideas now, covering ground, trying to settle the truth. It's the way you've conducted yourself based on your thinking that has interested me, and not the implications any of that has on my social status among you, here anonymously. It's not a power struggle - it's a quest for truth now.
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Martin Pullylutch - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 11:42:28 EST EoaiRrTF No.370723 Reply
>>370718
im not gonna read all that or argue. sorry i struck a nerve mate.
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Martha Wimmerburk - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 13:27:20 EST 9YudRErz No.370725 Reply
>>370723
how you gonna be the scared one when you do dissociatives and I'm sober?

you should at least read it if you haven't already. I literally did that to help you. And if you think I'm wrong you should help me in return by explaining it to me so that I can be better

I put in at least one disclaimer to reduce the discomfort I anticipated it would make you feel. Come on bud, life goes on. None of this is going to matter say, a week from now. Just go for it.
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Lydia Crommleham - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 18:08:38 EST NondaZPS No.370734 Reply
>>370733
I hope you realize you’re basically just going “why u so mad bro”. If you’re not gonna bother to engage in conversation or even read their reply then why post at all? If anything seems like you’re the one that needs to let go.
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Graham Cenkindock - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 18:30:25 EST 4IJyJsnz No.370735 Reply
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Post the patters you see
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Martin Grimgold - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 22:53:47 EST wZvF5Dzx No.370737 Reply
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>>370735
I've seen some stuff like that. Also reminds me of this music video. The first half isn't too interesting to look at but the second half is very 3rd plat dxm to me. Might partially be because I listened to this a lot when I was first getting into dxm back in 2016 though. Dxm nostalgia flashbacks are a beautiful thing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzviuBoD0jo
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Emma Simmerhin - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 23:20:16 EST jatndhwV No.370738 Reply
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>>370707
I remember taking ket and lsd . everything was going slow motion and everything from faces to everyday objects were bending and moving in unimaginable ways, mind you this was a normal dose of lsd and ket.
Perhaps the most insane part was how I was hacking into the matrix, I legit closed my eyes and could see myself waking up in an alternate dimension, shit like this never happens to me on lsd, even if I take 3 tabs. but mixing is craaaaaazyyyyy.
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Lao Qui Qui - Thu, 13 Feb 2020 13:11:18 EST FW3eCziP No.370745 Reply
>>370631feels more /del/ if u ask me, still good though, it’s the black specks running around that’s reminiscent of a 250/450 dxm/doh split
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Isabella Sevinghit - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:25:12 EST S4ou/oTm No.370784 Reply
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>>370455
Any of you guys listen to blackstar by david bowie while dis’d? It really makes me ponder on death which i love to do on dissociatives. Quite dark and atmospheric too.
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Phineas Piblingnot - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 13:53:44 EST L0PISF05 No.370796 Reply
>>370486
My mom used to have a camera that was fucked mechanically and would create pictures with a similar effect to yours. I'll have to look for some of the photos she got developed while she still had it, they were incredible. Too bad someone fucking stole it from her back in the late 80s.
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William Gannerfoot - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 16:15:57 EST 9YudRErz No.370797 Reply
>>370486
only way you get into trouble with DXM is if you experience ego death and it's your first time so you don't know better and you do the wrong things.

it took me 3.5 years of multiple doses a day, and it happened once. Couldn't feel fear, literally. Thought pain was imaginary so I was able to ignore the police beating me up and the mace on me. Realized more than anybody sober is capable of, that they're literally people in costumes and have no real authority. I could see fear in everybody's body language, I could feel what the influence they were trying to have with their speech.. speech sounded like this stupid, really quick babble nonsense and it seemed to me like telepathic communication would be far more efficient. when I woke up the next day in a jail cell it was no bueno
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Samuel Sillernet - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 17:59:19 EST MYA7SC5S No.370798 Reply
>>370797
>they're literally people in costumes

with clubs, tasers, mace, and guns who never come alone and use violence at the slightest provocation
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Samuel Sillernet - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 18:12:55 EST MYA7SC5S No.370799 Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6wl-EyhXl0

This for whatever reason to me seems straight out of a k-hole, I can't explain why entirely, it just feels so /dis/, the music, the visuals, the costumes, the audience, it's so weird.

I wonder if it's at least partly because having been born in America after the cold war, Soviet culture is completely alien to me, but because at this point in history the USSR had adopted a lot of Western capitalist culture during perestroika that there's just enough in there that I DO understand that it enters uncanny valley territory, especially because of the picture and sound quality, even in my own culture things that remind me of the time right BEFORE I was born creep me out, I think other people experience this too
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Skizzlepuss !dO744cvTW. - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 18:36:33 EST bejBn/wC No.370800 Reply
>>370474
Says you.
I smoke weed to get high, not to become an armchair philosopher stick in the mud.
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Nathaniel Druppershaw - Thu, 20 Feb 2020 12:05:12 EST 9YudRErz No.370821 Reply
>>370818
The discussion ended but you revived it and are now prolonging it while trying to display disdain for it. What's the problem? Be warned: I have below average respect for you right now.
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ΩµæƨŧʀαI҉ƞ]]] - Thu, 20 Feb 2020 13:37:38 EST El2PEU89 No.370823 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Charlotte Fammerwell - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 10:57:04 EST s/XCG9DO No.370839 Reply
>>370821
The problem is the person that man was referring to was annoying. I told him to ignore him because he might come back and be annoying. My comments a few days old mate, by this logic you’re prolonging it too lol
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Phyllis Pimmerfuck - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 13:44:46 EST 9YudRErz No.370843 Reply
>>370839
>>370839
My comment is 2 days old now and you've just responded. I replied to your "annoying" post half an hour after you wrote it.

You're confused, dude.
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James Bottinghall - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 15:26:54 EST Tf9Df532 No.370846 Reply
>>370843
How does that make him confused? Stop trying to make normal things into lame "burns"
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Phyllis Pimmerfuck - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 16:18:24 EST 9YudRErz No.370847 Reply
>>370846
>How does this person's mis-perceptions and literal backwards view make them confused?

You're confused about this?
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Lydia Trotwill - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 01:10:55 EST 15VPXgyv No.371118 Reply
>>370799

as a russian im loling

its actually quite beautiful lyrically despite the 80s tone
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Lydia Trotwill - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 01:33:12 EST 15VPXgyv No.371119 Reply
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here goes nothing

the classic goto hypnosis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4YvkZeLrjs

how it feels to listen to pet sounds by the beach boys but its like someone chopped it out of the dextroverse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zIBxYgC3dA
10:18 and the intro are personal favs

the dextro angst codified -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpGNEsaD8Es&list=PLfWpPRyMuNMG4UkX5TzAc6ueoAbRThJhf

DXM n adderall the mix - https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings/blende-september-mix

When you fuckin roughin it and shoplifting the sizzurp this is your anthem and the bad vibes and guilt creeps in
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQtFTqh1mwM

holy fuck encounter with a demi being or something holier and stronger than thou
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BEoEsoz2Aw

what if anime was cool and we all lived in japan but we dont
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSCwH8G2P3s

the comfy road trip with your best friends
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=df2K91QSqJE

when you cant fap on dxm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-33SkD_tnw
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Jack Cluddleshaw - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 06:05:23 EST /YQPj+vN No.371120 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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James Bloshham - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 20:01:13 EST paD7STeL No.371123 Reply
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lately I've been making stuff like this when I'm dissed. Pretty comforting to see that I'm not alone in this desire
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James Bloshham - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 20:11:16 EST paD7STeL No.371125 Reply
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>>371124

last one for now. This one is more dis with equal parts del. When I'm tripping I like to take comfy photos and memes and other stuff the trip makes me wanna look at and mash them all into one picture and set it as my wallpaper so I can just get lost in it for the rest of the trip.
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James Bloshham - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 21:53:11 EST paD7STeL No.371127 Reply
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>>371125

Made this dis wallpaper for myself to capture the sheer coziness of being dissed alone in my apartment. I think it really looks like how it feels to be dissociated with maybe a little bit of del mixed in for the nausea
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Phineas Badgestug - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 02:25:05 EST XCJyh2Vy No.371243 Reply
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bruh why are /dis/ vibes always so cyberpunk????

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RFunvF0mDw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6k7JC2her0

that feeling like time isn't real, makes nostalgia for times that never actually existed so much easier.

when i was more into dissos, i loved listening to footwork while tripping. dj rashad is, was, and will always be king.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2bTimrQSf8
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Nigel Buzzlegold - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 09:31:14 EST Ucb8hdnD No.371245 Reply
On a flat surface, a point emitting a beam that grows slightly wider within a circle. The beam is meant to travel in one direction and will until convinced otherwise.
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Beatrice Beblingway - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 17:38:44 EST 0P57Zuv3 No.371248 Reply
>>371243
> bruh why are /dis/ vibes always so cyberpunk????
transhumanism imo
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Cornelius Girringstare - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 22:50:11 EST MYA7SC5S No.371254 Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssCFwQkyCeI

Do you remember anyone here?
No you don't remember anything at all
I'm sleeping, I'm flat on my back
Never woke up, had no regrets

There's a party in my mind
And I hope it never stops
There's a party up there all the time
And they'll party till they drop

Other people can go home
Everybody else can split
I'll be here all the time
No, I can never quit

Take a walk through the land of shadows
Take a walk through the peaceful meadows
Don't look so disappointed
It isn't what you hoped for, is it?
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Eliza Gattingsone - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 20:00:42 EST GdY0WRkQ No.371264 Reply
>>371254
That album always had strong PCP vibes to me for some reason, something about the grittiness of it combined with a trippy/avant garde sound, its got more of that manic /dis/ feel than the sedated feel of ket/DXM

Also forget the most /dis/ line

>I'm stuck here in my seat
>I might not ever stand up
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Edwin Clocklenudging - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 02:07:17 EST MYA7SC5S No.371269 Reply
>>371264
i feel that, except this one which is 100% what a DXM/DPH trip is like to me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlc0_GUdfIQ

especially the garbled synth voices towards the end 3:50, they sound exactly like what gibberish thoughts are to me, then the dissonant playing by Robert Fripp on top of it is peak /del/ vibes imo
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Nigel Windlebanks - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 02:16:31 EST GCXwk3o3 No.371291 Reply
Just got 200 mg of MXE from from my museum stash I bought In 2013-2014. Wonder If I'll be the only person in the world doing MXE today.
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Eugene Nashfidge - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 18:08:50 EST NptiIVME No.371295 Reply
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Might as well share this here too. Been awhile since I interacted in any imageboard communities. Hope people enjoy, this was my favorite one I made recently anyway.
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Priscilla Chiddlebanks - Mon, 30 Mar 2020 11:37:06 EST 3f13dIi9 No.371318 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Nicholas Hazzletere - Mon, 30 Mar 2020 19:35:12 EST wZvF5Dzx No.371327 Reply
>>371269
Man I forgot how great that song was. That bit definitely gave me legit dxm/dph flashbacks.

Here's another one that hits that /del/ note perfectly, though not with voices.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8kLYZvVP7s

The title is very fitting. The /del/ bit starts at about 10:20 but the whole song is fucking great and worth listening to in full. If you know of Fripp then you've probably also listened to your fair share of Yes already and probably heard this before but whatever.

Here's one more in a completely different genre that tells a story about a /del/ encounter on dramamine.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4OBgaV4GYc

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