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BWH by Gnarly McGoblin - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 18:34:49 EST ID:GMTGuJUf No.275006 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Bump when drunk!
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Cyril Neblinglock - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 21:54:26 EST ID:3nZsi0qe No.275720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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On my 5&6th beer,

yay for das boot
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Angus Clickleway - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 01:34:15 EST ID:rTZxkGaj No.275721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275716

yep. if you actually try to read the words with your eyes, you will see the guy i responded to was talking about "going to bars at 11pm" which is when i said it was better to do silly things in front of "strangers" than "friends." the implication being the bar will probably be full of strangers. especially at 11pm. anyone with the reading comprehension skills of a 6th grader can get tthis.
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Betsy Durrywill - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 18:07:27 EST ID:ysBOpkLG No.275722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Drank a bit of Jim Beam Apple, not exactly drunk but buzzed and having a good time, hope this counts
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CrazyFrunksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 05:20:00 EST ID:bplxWNcn No.275724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just drank about four shots of Gilbey's gin. Not feeling as drunk as I'd hoped, so I have a few more shots at the ready.

>tfw rarely drink but still seem to have built up a tolerance from recent periods of using other depressants daily
>JK, that's nothing like my face at the moment. I've just been listening to Devo all day.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uxa3bIpmRFU
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Matilda Bunbanks - Fri, 22 Sep 2017 03:52:15 EST ID:2w/iQfea No.275731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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o shit


Skol Vodka... by Oliver Bucklestone - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 16:53:56 EST ID:k1R9sL0O No.275655 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is actually not as bad as it should be. I picked it up because it was the cheapest, expecting the worst. It burns a bit, but no weird flavors and feels pretty clean. I'm actually impressed; I like it better than Svedka for sure. Anyone else ever get surprised by cheap liquor?
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Shitting Wanderbanks - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 12:55:32 EST ID:k1R9sL0O No.275664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275662
Never heard of that either, I see Potters for that price but Skol still comes out cheaper for the handle and honestly this stuff will probably be my new go to. Grey Goose doesn't even really taste good to me, if I'm gonna spend that much I'll go with Russian Standard or Chopin. Or just more Skol.
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Jack Pockbury - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 02:52:03 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.275673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275664
Wait, where the fuck do you live that Grey Goose and Russian Standard are comparable in price?
Russian Standard is like half the price of Grey Goose or just over here.
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David Greenway - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:33:13 EST ID:k1R9sL0O No.275677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275673
I live near Seattle. Grey goose is usually only like $10 more than Russian Standard, if that. I think it has to do with all the god damn taxes we have to pay on liquor here, or the grocery store near me just has sweet deals.
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Dextrolord - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 23:41:49 EST ID:LfcI0bsX No.275729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275655
Black Velvet whiskey was always my go to for bottom shelf stuff
Definitely not good but very bearable with a good drunk
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Sophie Crickleridge - Fri, 22 Sep 2017 02:45:18 EST ID:wqbJXLcb No.275730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275655
Have ya ever tried Red Tassel?
It's cheap af and shitty af but yeah it's just shitty


Its about to be fall folks by Graham Gellychit - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 20:50:44 EST ID:o0cM1bNO No.275553 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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you know what that means
PUMPKIN BEER, but oh wait more importantly MOTHERFUCKING Ocktoberfest is in season
post your favs of the style
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Nathaniel Turveyhood - Fri, 08 Sep 2017 16:09:18 EST ID:ko0iu/5C No.275586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Why do people in the colonies call autumn "fall"? It's because the leaves fall off of the trees!
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Barnaby Suckletudge - Sat, 09 Sep 2017 21:04:31 EST ID:Xy0DvltU No.275608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Blue moon is the best go-to pumpkin tbh. Last year's Sierra nevada was so good. This year's aint to bad.
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David Clayhall - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 04:32:53 EST ID:K34HVl4G No.275715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I tried pumpkin beer for the first time last year, thought it was fucking disgusting. I was 21 back then, but now I've acquired a taste for beer so hopefully this time will be better Already tried this pumpkin cider, it's pretty good. Like drinking a slice of pumpkin pie.
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Samuel Nicklewell - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 15:02:00 EST ID:oK6kMSGj No.275727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275608

I had some Oktoberfest beer by Sierra Nevada a few days ago. Not bad tbqhfambamalam
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Edwin Fobbleway - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 22:30:39 EST ID:XkbTJBke No.275728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I LOVE fall.
I like beer quite a bit too.

I am not looking forward to pumpkin beer.

Shit, I even like pumpkins themselves.


why is being drunk a good time? by Reuben Fidgechodge - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 08:55:39 EST ID:YQC9fWwL No.275182 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hi /drank/, i hope you're all enjoying a great night/morning of drinking! my question is, why do you enjoy being drunk?

I'm asking as a drug addict, a fiend for psychedelics, stims, dissociatives, weed, opiates, even benzos; who doesn't enjoy alcohol and would much prefer to being sober to drinking. i feel stupid when i drink, the joys of life seem dulled, sex is terrible, and i get a hangover rivaled only by mdma the next day. if i was on a desert island with an infinite supply of booze, i would probably be sober most of the time.

so for someone that hasn't yet learned to appreciate the joys of drinking - what are they? why do people find alcohol so irresistible?
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Henry Berryridge - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 15:26:35 EST ID:qyzbMD80 No.275267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275259
how often are you drug tested, and also do you have the option to use fake piss etc?
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Edward Sendleman - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 02:15:50 EST ID:z8uNktBa No.275271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275265
>>275267
Everyone at the company is randomly tested at least once a month. We work in a high risk environment, which is strange that they don't care too much about us being hungover. As long as we get the job done and don't slack off, and illicit uppers or downers aren't found in our piss, then they couldn't give a shit.
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Priscilla Blankinnun - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 23:10:25 EST ID:5zK4TjxL No.275277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275183
I don't know sometimes i like the predictability of alcohol over weed, weeds kinda a wild card for me its either fun as shit if im doing something that goes with me being high or its just kinda like ehh this is alright.

where as alcohol is more feel good and i find its more fun being social on it, dont get me wrong though if u pound it down like a tard (which ill even do from time to time) your gonna have a bad time the next day, where as weed you can smoke tons and you'll feel fine the next day. but still i like alcohol more but i like variety too.

oh shit lsd, um honestly one of my favorites but its not something i would like to do alot of its kinda time consuming also im completely usless for like 6hours on the stuff.
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George Blythestone - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 06:56:20 EST ID:+fha/QZa No.275725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every second I'm alive is pain and alcohol helps numb that.
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Jack Pittway - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 14:00:31 EST ID:WCFjP0IU No.275726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275187
Me and my good friend used to always talk about that theory:

>alcohol is kind of discrete like that: drink, get drunk, feel like shit afterwards.. and then you're fine again as though nothing ever happened

We first came to this conclusion at the end of a long backpacking trip, we'd been taking lots of drugs throughout, lot's of /psy/ and /stim/ in the mix. We finally we returning to civilized life the next day, so we spent our last night in a hostel. We'd been on the road for awhile and we looked pretty crusty, so we each showered, combed our hair, shaved, etc.

We then went and hit a bar next to the hostel. No other drugs; not even a toke, we just drank. It dawned on me how easy getting drunk was, how reliable and simple it was. It's like a caveman's drug, no crazy looping thoughts of /psy/, no late night /stim/ insomnia, no dealing with sketchy pick-ups, hangover lasts like a day at most.

It's just basic getting drunk.
>Have some drinks
>Have some laughs
>See a few things
>Pass out/fall asleep
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Withdrawal seizures by Fuck Trotdock - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 23:31:05 EST ID:TEn+/P1Y No.275531 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone here had a withdrawal seizure? Does it come out of nowhere after not drinking for a couple days or are there other WD symptoms leading up to it? Like do you feel fine for 2 days then suddenly SEIZURE or do you get the other symptoms building up to a seizure?

I've been getting drunk damn near every day for 3 years and I feel mild to moderate symptoms if I stop depending if I can taper. I also take wellbutrin daily and use 4f-mph as a functional stim and I think they both lower the seizure threshold so I'm pretty terrified of having a seizure.
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Hannah Tillingstock - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 14:43:54 EST ID:rTZxkGaj No.275653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275639

yeah because alch is a CNS depressant meaning it raises the threshold for synaptic transmission, so when a long-term user stops ingesting the depressant suddenly the threshold for synaptic transmission is a lot lower than what the nervous system has become acclimated to, so shit's firin' all over the place, giving the jitters, shakes, insomnia, wild dreams/thought patterns, visual artefacts, and seizures
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Edward Snodham - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 17:57:47 EST ID:FvzZLKHE No.275684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275533
A handle every 3 days is a lot, so one would be drinking day and night. Really drink like a half pint at night. Carry benzos if you don't have alcohol.
Carry emergency booze. You can get full bad DTs and seize after
not drinking for even 6 hours drinking at that rate. Just because your
blood alcohol rate drops a bit. You would feel worse as time goes,
if you feel like your kinda quickly mentally falling out get to ER ambulance
or drink some more. A couple benzos may save the day.
But I you feel like you are about to faint, not passout, but
your abilities of thinking motor skills, a few drinks should
get you back into OK mode if you catch this soon enough.

Yea drinking day and night is the worst thing one can do.
You would find that just kicking consumption back a bit makes
a huge diffidence. As well, alcohol is pretty hazardous to all
of your body. Not just the liver. Get pancreatic cancer you are
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Ian Crirrymene - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 20:26:15 EST ID:Wjl3yrr5 No.275686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was in the hospital two times because of withdrawal, one time I had a seizure with full-blown psychosis, hyper-religiosity and all that jazz
The hours leading up to the seizure you will know something is terribly wrong, I was completely confused (like I was on DPH, short term memory was fucked), had a constant feeling of impending doom, I was shaky and felt like "this it it, this is how you go out, this is what your whole life lead up to".
I could barely talk to the nurses, at some point I broke down in tears and I didn't know why, I just kept twitching and crying until at some point a great sense of relief came over me, a feeling of pure bliss I've never experience before, feeling like I finally "get" existence and it's meaning, like God was showing me paradise to get me through this moment.
After what felt like an eternity of bliss everything went to shit, I was convinced that God just talked to me and I have to tell everyone and I just kept screaming "GOD EXISTS" for a few minutes while the nurse tried to keep me down and injected some sedative into my veins, which finally calmed me down. Now I was calm. But I was also convinced that I was dead and in hell and I would never ever be able to leave this hospital room, it wouldn't matter what I do, somehow I would be kept in this room forever since I was dead and this was purgatory or hell or some bullshit. Everything felt so hopeless and unreal, I can't really describe it.
I started asking the nurses if I was dead, I wanted to sprint out of the room and find some way to kill myself to get out of this freakish reality, but the nurses always pushed me back on the bed and I was sedated way too much. This made me more convinced I was unable to leave this hellish place since every time I tried to leave someone pushed me back into the bed and kept staring at me.

After some time I calmed down and regained my senses, wondering what the fuck just happened. The whole ordeal lasted for about 1 hour but it felt like an eternity. They kept me for 2 days while giving me benzos.
Sorry for the rant, just realized how much I wrote
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Ebenezer Papperhune - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 22:57:04 EST ID:rTZxkGaj No.275688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275686

damn man i felt like i could feel your emotions while reading that, sounds intense
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Archie Dandlelen - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 02:39:36 EST ID:N+Pb8ybb No.275723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So I'm kind of in the same boat as OP. Its kind of rare for me to go a day completely sober and those days are pretty miserable. The longest I've gone thus far is nine days and that was because I had ample supply of weed. My goal right now is to go at least 30 days without getting blotto. I think I have the will required to do this but like OP I have a concern for the potential for seizures. I'm thinking of starting a regimen of just having a bottle of wine that I drink throughout the day very gradually, just to make sure I don't go insane. Then try cold turkey the next 30 days. Thoughts?


Having sex with addicts by Molly Blackfoot - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 15:26:21 EST ID:kVVePYjp No.275682 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So there is this girl I met in AA and I want to have sex with her. I have never had sex and I'm 28. How do I have sex with girls I meet in AA?
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Angus Hushbanks - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 01:46:13 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.275689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275682
Classic 13th step.
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Jerry Jerrison - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 01:33:51 EST ID:AKYcX84A No.275703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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U get them to stick their dick in ur vagina
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Reuben Binderlock - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 03:57:32 EST ID:NilUpB3/ No.275709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275687
ofc id pullout tho. also i heard you cant get pregnant the first time.
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Sophie Brollerstone - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 10:19:36 EST ID:1UfuP20F No.275717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275709

mate, what are you twelve?
It's not so easy to conceive in general. All the stories that you see or hear about are the 2%. Some couples are trying for years to have a baby and nothing happens, it's not so easy.
Alcohol and drug intake also plays a significant role.
But my point is when you have unprotected sex and even if you come inside of her, the chance of her conceiving is little to none if she's not having the fertile days, and even if she has it's not 100%. There's a chance but it's never certain. Especially with our modern kind of lifestyle, where even the retards and freaks of nature get to live insane amount of years.
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Reuben Shakestone - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 15:32:24 EST ID:ydJmX8xf No.275719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275717
dog OP is a virgin. and probably will be forever. he doesn't need to know all that.


Whisky Corner by Fucking Brazzleforth - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:12:02 EST ID:u/Mc6SwZ No.275020 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been getting into whisky lately, any recommendations would be deeply appreciated. So far I've tried Lagavulin and Talisker, but I'm at a loss where to go next. Liked both of them, preferred the Talisker.

Chhers!
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Jerry Jerrison - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 02:09:32 EST ID:AKYcX84A No.275705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bourbons are my shit. (Of course you know bourbons come from Bourbon County, Kentucky. Similar to how Champagne must come from that region of France.)

Blanton's and Elmer T Lee are my current favorites, but they are both hard to find (at least here in TX--- Speaking of TX, try their blended whisky, good stuff but I cannot recommend their bourbon). And pricey at around $70-$100 a bottle.

Jefferon's Ocean is amazing too. Aged at sea so the finish has a perfect sea salt/briny flavor to round it out. The Jefferson's Reserve is a bit cheaper but i love the briny flavor from the Ocean.

Booker's and Bakers are both good high proof bourbons, at around 125 proof (I think?), best served on a rock to mellow and chill the eventual tasting.

Anything by Elijah Craig is great. The standard can be had for around $30 and it is a great neat-sipping bourbon. The single barrel is a bit more refined, yet more oak-heavy than the standard. The barrel-proof is my guilty pleasure. This is the way it comes straight from the barrel. It does not go through a chill-filtering process so it comes out very dark and opaque. Unfortunately, to get a bottle for yourself, the most realistic way is to go to the distillery and buy the bottle for around $100.

But honestly, what do I recommend for someone just getting into bourbon? Pick up a bottle of Yellow Rose bourbon. It is around the price of a bottle of Jim Beam of Jack Daniels, and in many cases it can be had for cheaper. Yellow Rose is a fantastic bourbon to enjoy neat or with a stone for that chilled finish. Not too corn heavy at all, almost infringing on rye territory if i do say so.

At this point in your bourbon career you probably will not be able to decipher the minute flavors that a refined and experienced palate could. So a good, robust (and inexpensive) bourbon with an easy flavor profile like Yellow Rose would be a great jumping off point for a person like you.

My dad and I collect bourbons, and almost everything I know I learned from him. It is a great hobby. It is fun to sort of solve a puzzle of figuring out the flavors and variations between them. The cat's in the cradle and such. But I'm chugging a Heineken tall boy as I try to act fancy about bourbon, if that says anything about my tastes lol.
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Matilda Clettingwater - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 02:42:00 EST ID:+DIagG2a No.275707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275705
>Aged at sea
That sounds amazing. I have to try this.
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Jerry Jerrison - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 03:39:55 EST ID:AKYcX84A No.275708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275707
http://jeffersonsbourbon.com/jeffersons-ocean/

Easily one of the coolest stories behind any bourbon I currently enjoy. The sea salt finish is a unique experience for a bourbon. You could probably find it for a premium price in a bar sometime, but you're going to want more so might as well fork up the $70 for a bottle. It's a great bourbon and you won't regret it.
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Beatrice Clangerhall - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 02:36:03 EST ID:K+ScgAN/ No.275713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Highly recommend Skapa Skiren for an easy-drinking, cheap Scottish whisky from Orkney.
You'd probably like Oban whisky since you like Talisker.
Ardbeg Corryvreckan and Lagavulin 16 are some of the best smoked, peaty whiskies I've had.
Fuck Highland Park, fuck Glenmorangie (even though I grew up in Tain, they just churn that shit out now), FUCK Glenfiddich. Don't drink Speysides unless you're boring.
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Wesley Gunkinwell - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 03:12:35 EST ID:rTZxkGaj No.275714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275122
>>275042

canadian whiskeys are usually pretty terrible. especially canadian club, one of the worst ive ever had

>>275293

macallan is a huge meme in taiwan


Hangover RoutineThread by Lydia Tootson - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 14:12:01 EST ID:IpnR0Xgl No.275278 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The last one was cool because i kinda enjoy the ritual of dealing with a hangover (kinda). Mine has been for the last year
>wake up
>go to the bathroom to shit/piss/vomit etc.
>pack one large bowl (never any more than that or it makes the hangover worse in my experience)
>smoke the bowl while drinking water and putting on a movie/music
>switch to drinking cold caffeinated beverages (usually iced coffee or yerba mate tea)
>more water, eat some yogurt or fruit
>smoke a couple cigs
>get showered and dressed to go get breakfast from this local semi-healthy vegetarian fast food spot
>get a veggie breakfast sandwich with hash browns and a water
>get home and eat it while starting to get ready to do whatever i have to do that day
>if i don't have work or anything to do just chill and try and get some exercise in at some point during the day.
>try not to overdue it on the caffeine and cigs
>do not drink the rest of that day (i can't really do the alcoholic thing that well)

and usually by that time around 5-6 hours after waking up my hangover is gone, anyways what are your hangover routines?
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Shitting Drallywut - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:58:56 EST ID:jfJl32fb No.275680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275652
Right? It's basically the same thing as all those products that claim to cleanse the body of "toxins" but none of them can ever actually specify what the hell "toxins" they're referring to. Literally everything can be toxic at a high enough quantity so that term is basically meaningless.
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Angus Dubbleshaw - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 22:46:45 EST ID:DEh+/3m/ No.275698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>wake up
>go to work
>come home drink
>repeat
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Angus Dubbleshaw - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 22:54:10 EST ID:DEh+/3m/ No.275699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275545
>pound some water and piss
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Fuck Mudgefuck - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 00:46:13 EST ID:sYBP46f5 No.275702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>wake up
>stay in bed for at least an hour
>be really miserable
>finally put on pajamas and a tank top
>stumble to my car
>drive 600 ft to the McDonald's by my apartment
>get hotcakes at the drive through
>drive home
>throw away syrup and butter and eat hotcakes with my hands
>get back into bed
>proceed to do nothing for the rest of the day

I'm a little bitch when I'm hungover.
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Caroline Himmerdack - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 01:59:58 EST ID:rTZxkGaj No.275704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275702

>discard lipids while hungover

you simple little fool


anxiety after drinking by Sidney Lightdale - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 07:47:37 EST ID:hsjrhXtH No.275692 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how the fuck do you deal with anxiety the day after drinking, when getting drunk again is not an option?
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Ian Sinnersut - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 08:33:34 EST ID:Tkme7eqQ No.275693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't drink to the point of black out.
I think it's something to do with GABA rebounding, there isn't much you can do really.
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Lydia Chuddlechot - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 10:48:49 EST ID:lVDCxnVp No.275694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275693
This. Unfortunately there's a certain level of physical rebound that is beyond "mind over matter" but it'll help a damn lot if you're positive you didn't say/do anything that would further that anxiety. It's a part of the reason I toned down my drinking around others because looking back I'm sure I was annoying/inconsiderate more times then I realized. And since I'm usually a pretty nice guy most people probably wouldn't have vocalized that, which strangely makes it worse


Benzo Cross-Tolerance by Charles Clullerwell - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 12:14:16 EST ID:WRrATEb8 No.275651 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Will alcohol increase a Benzo (Xanax) tolerance?

Since they both act on the GABA receptors.
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Rebecca Nickleshit - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 22:55:47 EST ID:5cH8YfXC No.275661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275651
My intuition is yes, since if you want to W/D from alcohol without seizing up doctors will prescribe you benzos (all GABA agonists of some sort).

A key thing to note is that while most benzos are GABA-specific, alcohol is not, and also interacts (I think) with NMDA receptors, and a few others?

However, I wouldn't expect the tolerance buildup to be exactly 1:1. Similar to how having a tolerance to one dissociative only gives you a partial tolerance to a structurally different one, etc.
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Shitting Drallywut - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 14:05:36 EST ID:jfJl32fb No.275681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275661
Pretty much what this guy said. The GABA sedation of alcohol is only a part of its effects, which is why alcohol tends to have a more intoxicated "fucked up" feeling to it than benzos. Considering benzos are more specifically potent at GABA receptors than alcohol is there might be a little effect on tolerance but not much, and I'd imagine you'd have to have a pretty damn high tolerance to alcohol before the effect on benzos became noticeable


Increasing tolerance by Clara Hushwater - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 21:28:42 EST ID:ox/QoPsa No.275667 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Perhaps this is the opposite of this boards attitude towards drinking, but I don't know who else would know.

I am participating in a long binge drinking contest tomorrow. I am typically not a person with a high tolerance, but I want to do everything I can do to increase my chances of finishing. So, is there anything I can do before or while drinking to increase my tolerance, or at least ensure I don't die? I know that it's suppossed to be a good idea to eat and drink water, and I plan to drink a bit tonight (as I have been every night) to keep my tolerance up. Any other tips?
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Ebenezer Fazzleshaw - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 23:25:08 EST ID:ERm4sKcZ No.275670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>275667
It takes a long time to gain any appreciable tolerance for alcohol, years. So, no, there is very little you can do OP. But honestly unless you a fifth and some beers a night going into a bi ge drinking competition will rekt your shit right away
Goodluck and godspeed OP be sure to snap a pic of your vomit
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Jack Pockbury - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 02:36:38 EST ID:51ubZhu/ No.275672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275667
Just take a shitload of stimulants.
Nothing bad ever comes of this combination.
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Samuel Pickshaw - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 04:12:39 EST ID:hUR3BN41 No.275674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>binge drinking contest tomorrow
I'm already late for giving advise. Otherwise I'd recommend eating a few potatoes and having a few cups of water before you start.
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Eliza Pittshaw - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 11:02:22 EST ID:cfNehS1T No.275675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275667
What exactly is the method of this "contest"? Like is there an agreed upon quantity per amount of time you have to drink or else you lose? Or is it how long you can stay up drinking before you pass out? Or is it just like every time somebody says drink you have to do it?

Also how fucking old are you? If you are above the age of 20 I think you need to evaluate your life decisions. Drugs aren't pissing contests, it's people who buy into that that give the rest of us a bad rap
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Clara Hushwater - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:49:46 EST ID:ox/QoPsa No.275679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275675
It's a golden mile. There is a definite end and it is in the upper limit of my tolerance, so I'm not going to die, and I'll quit if I start to feel sick, I just wanted to know hhow to get the edge.


feel awkward drinking socially by Esther Mennerson - Sat, 09 Sep 2017 01:45:44 EST ID:v6gdxWND No.275595 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't trust myself while drunk around others. IDK why but I'll almost always try to do something edgy to make myself feel less pathetic around others. Sometimes this means drinking more and getting annoying/shitfaced. As a result I don't feel good drinking socially after a day of work with friends.

Anyone else like this?
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Martin Nuttingfoot - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 17:27:01 EST ID:PUeN41Kh No.275617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275604
We found the douchebag.

Lmfao, nb.
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Emma Higgleworth - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 00:29:20 EST ID:ByV1vC6l No.275621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275617

U mad brah? You must be a pathetic ugly piece of shit.
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Gnarly McGoblin - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 17:14:01 EST ID:PpruNZhk No.275633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tell them to turn off the light. Always works.
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Jarvis Funderwun - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:28:00 EST ID:5cH8YfXC No.275645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275621
>get called out
>react by throwing a fit
>Act and look cool naturally.
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Hugh Blimmerdock - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:32:26 EST ID:GRbpUtKu No.275646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>275604
Holy pathetic as fuck post

If you can't develop confidence without being the pinnacle of what society tells you you should be, you're a sad individual. Like if you think wearing a graphic t shirt is antithetical to happiness, god damn, I am so glad I'm not you.


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