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Partying drunk vs sober

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- Sun, 10 Mar 2019 01:51:17 EST lO7rpUsO No.280871
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Who else hates being sober at parties? It's so awkward
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Edward Wabberfoot - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 18:24:20 EST 3+urd8bB No.280887 Reply

A friend of mine had enough and called it quits at something like one in the morning so I just called another guy who was at a party at a beach diner at a nearby lake and I went there. I was wearing all black and boots (metalfag). Turns out it was some techno thingy but my friend and his girl came out and we chilled on a tarp and smoked weed nearby on a meadow while the ground was shaking. Some other guys who knew my bud came out to talk to him and they had giant pupils, looked at me and said "that guy scares me". I have glasses and naturally look like a nerd, I don't get it how that would scare them. They leave, some other guys show up, also pretty wasted and also say they're scared of me. Probably the entire party was pretty drugged up. So we smoke some more, my friend goes back inside, takes ages and his girl goes to look for him. She's gone for maybe 2 minutes and a cop car shows up. I sit there and quickly hide my pipe, they don't even look at me (maybe they were blinded by the lights), go inside and the music dies. I think "oh shit, those guys are fucked and they'll probably call in reinforcements to search everybody and I should get out of here" but then the music comes up again albeit at a lower volume. Turns out somebody was pissed off we were so loud and called the cops and they didn't give a shit about a bunch of drugged up people. I left soon after because it was getting late. Weird vibes man.
Reuben Mammleworth - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 22:56:15 EST mN885PWH No.280917 Reply
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I'm tired of the weekday shindigs were I imbibe too much and stay up too late and force myself to call in a sick day
Charlotte Chudgepidging - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 23:59:17 EST 1E8Ijp22 No.280921 Reply
grow some balls and learn a helpful hangover method

Solo vs Social Drinking

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- Tue, 12 Mar 2019 00:58:10 EST 30/h3uVt No.280883
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So, I've given up solo drinking for Lent. I assume most of you are drinking right now, so if I socialize on here, it's not solo, right??

What's everyone's thoughts on drinking with or without company? Does it even matter in the grand scheme of things? Do I just, like, need friends?

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Hannah Famblehall - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 23:05:18 EST u9eXlCiU No.280888 Reply
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ofc every dipshit here drinks alone. as the central activity in their life.

if you truly enjoy being drunk for its own sake then it's going to be pleasurable af. and if you tend towards solitude on top of that then itll often beat out social drinking. more bonus points if you're not inclined towards the drunk texting thing.

you get to do what you want to do, listen to whatever music you want to, eat what you want to. the best part is that no one's there to judge you for drinking too much. ive never had any friends that were serious ('alcoholic') drinkers, so i havent felt a sense of drunken camaraderie in a long time.

i would advise against it unless you have self control and can stop after two. (that rules out anyone reading this). it's truly the pandora's box of drinking. i didn't get why people became habitual drinkers until i started drinking alone. and i have yet to stop since

>Do I just, like, need friends?
yes, or at least colleagues
Alice Blatherwell - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 02:56:09 EST XGJxhOHL No.280900 Reply
I lived without any internet access or indeed any electronics at all for a couple months once, I was working and could have bought a shitty phone or repaired my laptop which I did a long time later, glad I didn't throw it out when I thought it was fully broken, but I decided to just live like it was 1910 and would just come home and make dinner and read a novel or something, was a eye opening and kind of dreary experience. But yeah I also drank a lot of beer, which is something I do regardless, especially at the end when I had finished all the books I had, and that was especially eye opening, I remember thinking well shit this is what people mean about drinking alone. If you grew up with the internet and always at least had some board like this to post on if not some friends who may also be drinking to chat with you really don't know what old people mean when they talk about how drinking alone is a bad thing.

It's really easy to get into a loop of feeling sorry for yourself or being mad about something from years ago or some other stupid and unpleasant mental state, that can happen when you're drinking with other people around too sure, or like if you've ever been at a bar or something where you didn't know anyone and had a shitty time it's like that but worse. It's also possible to have a nice time, especially if you limit how drunk you get and make it about food, but if I was in a situation like that again where I knew I was going to be alone, completely alone that night without any way to socialize I think I'd save the beer for another time

also I'm sober, I got banned from da future for posting gore and decided to go on a little tour of the chan world so hopefully someone else can help you with your lenten obligation to be drinking socially, online definitely counts as I have explained above
Ian Claystock - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 18:30:56 EST HJXXf53k No.280915 Reply
Modern Drunkard had a good story on drinking alone that ran years ago (link: https://drunkard.com/the-zen-of-drinking-alone/), and while it's idealized a bit I think it covered some of the empowering aspects that can come from grappling with who you really are while sipping alone. Granted you can just as easily get trashed and not think about the darker spots of your life playing vidya or watching TV, but I don't know a single person who hasn't opened up that side of their life before through hitting the sauce hard, alone.

Other benefits of tipping alone include what others have said: you're all by yourself, so social niceties can go out the window. But there's something fundamentally bonding about drinking with other people, especially if they're friends. I suggest investing the time to find some who like you and want to drink with you!

Single Malt Scotch

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- Thu, 28 Feb 2019 20:30:05 EST wKj8wwG6 No.280823
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What do you think of single malts /hooch/? I usually lean towards bourbon, but I've been looking for something new lately, so I got some Glenfiditich today. It's pretty smooth, like a lot of bourbons, but I feel like it's still lacking somehow.
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Barnaby Giblingpidging - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 17:22:01 EST tAdtM9m+ No.280829 Reply
I used to be into Glenfiddich until I branched out and tried some of the other Glens like Glen Moray(almost dangerously smooth it tastes like it's already got some water in it) and Glenlivet(delicious & fruity not smokey like a lot of scotch), Glenmorangie is pretty great too if you like wanna shell out a little more cash it's also slightly fruity and kinda creamy if that makes any sense, no smokey flavor. To answer your question I think single malts are great and honestly if you are drinking scotch the only way to go. Blends like the Johnny Walkers are just disappointing in comparison if you're trying to really enjoy your drink and savor the flavor.
Henry Bunningman - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 01:06:45 EST HJXXf53k No.280832 Reply
The most complex and varied of all liquors imo, and almost always worth the price point. I have friends who collect so I occasionally taste with them—always a great time, and you come away amazed at how different the singles can be from one another. Also generally tasty as hell. Like >>280829 said, avoid blends and memey things like Johnny Walker Blue. There are nice blends, but at that point you may as well just buy singles. Go to a specialty liquor store and ask the clerk for some recs, I’m sure they’d be more than happy to help.
Fanny Dronkinben - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 02:34:59 EST RfJKzzgZ No.280909 Reply
i drank 750 ml of Duncan Taylor Blended scotch tonight and it was okay, what should i try next that doesn't break the bank? i want to try a single malt scotch?

Drinking on an empty stomach

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- Thu, 08 Nov 2018 20:46:45 EST VgciEOeP No.280473
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Yay or Neigh?
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Alice Blatherwell - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 02:58:47 EST XGJxhOHL No.280901 Reply
some drinks are meant for before a meal, some are meant for after
Barnaby Honeystone - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 10:44:44 EST YsmtwJZf No.280902 Reply
Isn't that the only way to drink? What's the point of drinking on a non-empty stomach?

There's more control when you drink on an empty stomach. Drank while full once and it fucked me over because I was still drunk long after I stopped drinking and it was time for work.
Rebecca Soffinghall - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 17:51:15 EST PRxGx+uh No.280905 Reply
that sounds like a great reason to eat before drinking, every time i've woken up drunk i didn't even notice until the hangover showed up a few hours later. and shit i'd be drunk at work all the time if i could

Harm reduction

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- Sat, 02 Mar 2019 14:17:13 EST SLrYInyC No.280834
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Whats up hooch do you guys think taking a combo of taurine, milk thistle and nac before drinking would reduce or even stop damage to the liver? Also what measures do you fine folk take to reduce the toll booze has on the body. I'm asking because I've been experiencing discomfort just under my right ribs just to the left of the bottom part of my sternim that last a few days after drinking. It's only in a small area right on the part where the ribs end. Got some blood work done not too long ago and my liver and pancreas are supposedly fine but nether the less it's a bit worrying. Also i used to get sudden pains on my right side that would last a few seconds at random intervals but sìnce cutting down it has gone. Anyone know what could be wrong with me and advice for harm reduction is welcome.
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Sidney Pabbleham - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 02:35:12 EST 42i4PK0+ No.280853 Reply
i drink every day and id think im dying
Doris Mapperhun - Sat, 09 Mar 2019 16:48:51 EST LSUeSe+C No.280869 Reply
Your electrolytes are extremely important. I ended up in the hospital with atrial fibrillation because I was drinking and not replenishing them.

Magnesium = I supplement most of this with magnesium citrate, there are various difference types of magnesium supplements and citrate is the one your body takes the most of. Almonds and avocados have a lot too

Potassium = potatoes, low-sodium V8. Also important, also really hard to get your daily amount. I've heard of people using "low sodium salt" to get more potassium too. An 8oz glass of low sodium V8 is 850mg of potassium, the RDI is 4.7g of potassium a day.

Calcium = Calcium infused cheese, two slices of this shit is 80% of your RDI of calcium.
Charlotte Pittdale - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 00:26:43 EST TTN5ialO No.280881 Reply
How do you define a nice binge for about two weeks? I've been drinking at least 5 drinks every day for years now, and there's been phases during this stretch where I drink all day. The biggest problem I've experienced is trouble sleeping/night terrors/waking up in a cold sweat. I do put forth a serious effort to stay hydrated and I also make sure to drink fruit and vegetable juice every day, to maintain optimal electrolyte, vitamin and mineral levels. But I'm not experiencing any negative physical effects other than sleeping.


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- Tue, 12 Mar 2019 00:12:49 EST TTN5ialO No.280880
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I'm finally on board with rotgut liquor. I've been drinking Caliber Vodka for about a month now, and at less than $11 after tax per handle, I'm fine with it. Coming from cheap bourbon (specifically Evan Williams, and when I can find it, Old Crow), my biggest concern is that I drink too much of it since it is way too easy to chug. With bourbon, I drink about 2-3 glasses a night, and maybe have a beer or two afterwards. But with cheap vodka, it doesn't bother me, financially, to take an 8 second pour, mix it with water, chug it, and do the same thing 10 minutes later.

I'm convinced that, at least in the case of vodka, rotgut is kind of overblown. Although I would much rather have a glass of bourbon, neat, I can see the merits of chugging cheap vodka.

Hangovers getting more manageable?

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- Fri, 23 Nov 2018 18:50:59 EST A82GI0vN No.280604
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I don't know what changed but it seems like my hangovers are getting less intense even though I'm drinking the same amount (pint of vodka a night)

I'm 27 years old and honestly feel like the headaches, stomach aches, and anxiety has gone down considerably than I did a year ago

Has anyone else experienced this awesome phenomenon?
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Thomas Sippershaw - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 08:39:56 EST TfmuDrOb No.280789 Reply
Your liver has finally adapted to your drinking habit. I don't really get hangovers anymore but I earned it.
Thomas Sippershaw - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 08:43:07 EST TfmuDrOb No.280790 Reply
Pretty much. The mild alcohol withdrawal kicks in so I'm awake but in a permanent "netflix and chill" mode.

Have you quit for over a day before? 16-20 drinks/day seems to be where the worst withdrawal symptoms come in.
Priscilla Wisslehot - Tue, 05 Mar 2019 22:59:16 EST r8vY/vuO No.280849 Reply
Never really get hangovers as long as I get a decent night sleep, and especially if I keep myself hydrated. Even if I have to get up and work the next day I just feel a little groggy and maybe have a little headache but I'm fine by midday.

Of course I'm not as hardcore as many people on here. On a typical drinking night I'll have usually have 12 drinks, 14-15 at the most.

Shame Measuring Contest

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- Sat, 25 Aug 2018 17:17:19 EST GZKVYpxN No.279625
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Alright I've been reflecting on the toxicity of my alcohol consumption habits and was wondering if anyone can top my wretchedness and in the process, perhaps alleviate a bit of my shame.

Personally, I have drank a minimum of 10 standard drinks almost every single night for the past six years. Only on very rare occasions have I missed a night, and I would estimate 2-3 nights of the week it's more in the 15-20 range. My shits are never very good, I'm always on the verge of mild hemorrhoids, I got shakes most of the time, the skin on my hands and feet is all blotchy and takes a while for capillaries to refill when pressed. The upper right quadrant of my abdomen (liver) is tender and firm to the touch most of the time.

Before my six years of daily drinking I would estimate I drank 2-3 nights of the week for about 4 years before that. For a couple of years I was drinking two 40's every night, which had the added toxic poison of high fructose corn syrup. I have managed to move up from the malt liquor to tequila and half-decent beer, but nevertheless I am slowly killing myself.

Anyone worse off than me?
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Doris Blunnerseck - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 07:03:21 EST 5EMoo79k No.280780 Reply
Can't really see what the fuss is about - I've been drinking daily for 6-7 years now, maybe more. Got drunk first in the 7th grade, and genuinely enjoyed it. I'm 26 now, and drink 3-4 bottles of wine daily (after work, a sweet desk job, but I'm having that sweet nectar even as we speak, even though I'm going on shift in a while.)

My health is indeed deteriorating, but that happens regardless, so who cares - coming from a family of alcoholics, I'm probably born fucked in that aspect. The morning shame is a usual, but with enough precautions, nobody knows what's my actual intake. Yes, I'm declining social gatherings, yes - I've alienated most of my friends, for one or other reason.

>>280575 Is more than relateable, made me chuckle.

As always, OP is a faggot. Lower the hard booze intake, and enjoy a nice glass of Sauvignon, or Muscat - then again, I'm drinking wine from a mug, so that's a red flag.
Sophie Chuddleworth - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 17:40:44 EST MKlPPQqA No.280830 Reply
You probably don't want to hear it but firmness in the liver area means you probably have scar tissue on your liver. It's never too late to stop even if you have cirrhosis cutting booze will increase life expectancy and it might make you eligible for transplant depending on where you live
Sophie Chuddleworth - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 18:24:35 EST MKlPPQqA No.280831 Reply
You probably don't want to hear it but firmness in the liver area means you probably have scar tissue on your liver. It's never too late to stop even if you have cirrhosis cutting booze will increase life expectancy and it might make you eligible for transplant depending on where you live

Hangover fix

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- Wed, 12 Dec 2018 11:39:25 EST UOJuY+N3 No.280766
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how do you fix the hangover on a pinch?

the pinch is: I'm at my friends place for his birthday, but he hood and all we have is spritz-up and KFC.

I drank water but it just made me cold and shakey.

I work at 3pm, I feel "eh" it was just vodka but man
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Ebenezer Doffingmot - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 18:36:15 EST gZbgpvFx No.280821 Reply
Relatively late post, but hangover cure recipes are never too late.

I usually go for a big glass of vegetable juice, a big glass of water and a roast beef sandwich with plenty of horseradish.
Then a little bit later, once I'm hydrated, I have an energy drink - some people say caffeine when hungover is bad, but that's because it dehydrates you even more. Get something to drink and something in your stomach before you have any caffeine, or you're just going to feel like shit, but after that you're good.
Most energy drinks contain B vitamins too, which alcohol depletes. If I have the luxury, I have one of those Monster Rehab ice teas right from the fridge, but it's not always you can get them and just a cheap ice tea lacks the zazz you want when you have a really bad case of the carpenters.

The best solution, though, is to remember to drink as much water as you can right before you go to bed - drinking water while you're drinking booze is probably the best bet from a purely scientific viewpoint, but it's a bitch in practice as you're rarely within reach of it when you're drinking and you're much more likely to puke it all up.
Ice-cold water isn't good for your stomach and just cools you down too much - this is one time where you'll be grateful if your tap water is a bit lukewarm.
Jericho !.iRAtomic2 - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 19:29:27 EST jpKB4OTb No.280822 Reply
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You only get hangovers if you stop drinking.
Emma Worthingbanks - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 16:03:21 EST eFF1WpUk No.280828 Reply
just get some dope foods from whole foods: iced coffee (less acidity), ginger kombucha, fuckin oranges or a peach, smoke some weed, and go for a bike ride or a long walk if you're to nauseated to take a nap


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- Sat, 23 Feb 2019 20:01:15 EST umLwESS9 No.280796
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Whats a good amount of time for tolderence break? Takes about 5 beers for me to get buzzed.
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Nigel Nobblesug - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 11:35:55 EST XGJxhOHL No.280807 Reply
alcohol is different, although if it truly is taking five beers to get a buzz he probably needs a good while, I've never really gotten past the point where I wouldn't at least feel two or three beers but if you can take like a month off it'll make a difference, even if it's just cause you get used to not being drunk
Jenny Claydale - Tue, 26 Feb 2019 22:07:37 EST u9eXlCiU No.280813 Reply
5 days is a good rule of thumb. just to wring yourself out a little bit. if you have withdrawals beyond hangover-like symptoms youre gonna want at least 2-4 weeks
Cedric Brankinheck - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 09:22:02 EST PyLpgQiS No.280817 Reply
alcohol tolerance also has to do with weight, so if you weigh 180 pounds you will never get as drunk as quickly as someone who weighs 120

brandy question

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- Wed, 20 Feb 2019 19:17:58 EST 4rNZlv/I No.280783
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E&J XO or Paul Masson or third option for best value?
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Emma Bunridge - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 18:45:38 EST HJXXf53k No.280809 Reply
Stick to E&J; like the poster above me said, you can’t really go wrong with it.
There was a thread on cheap but drinkable brandy on here a couple weeks ago... looks like it got consumed by the server crash.
Emma Worthingbanks - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 22:14:51 EST eFF1WpUk No.280825 Reply
idk what yall talm bout, paul masson starts tasting like an ice cream float after a night of drinking straight
Simon Sommleshit - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 19:59:57 EST tAdtM9m+ No.280863 Reply
paul massons wut im facin'

What do you do /DRANK/

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- Thu, 30 Aug 2018 02:09:47 EST ye5ytLlN No.279680
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I lurk a lot and always wonder what everybody's job is in the real world. Don't be hard on eachother. I am just wondering what you do and if you like it. Do you drink at work?
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Matilda Sicklestat - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 22:06:31 EST u9eXlCiU No.280677 Reply
i work at Whole Foods bagging groceries for Amazon Prime. EZ job, you pick your own hours and I'm making that fresh $15/hr. Pretty happy with it, yall should hop on this train for some side cash. This obviously isn't a career tho lol.

I don't drink there but come into work hungover a lot of the time. I had a fucking brutal lifestyle at my last job working kitchen in a seafood place. Was working 10-12 hour shifts 5 times a week, came home to drink until passing out, waking up after 4 hours still drunk cus i had to get to work, taking vyvanse and drinking to get thru the day. honestly the worst days of my life. dont do that
Avacyn - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 21:53:59 EST B6loX7da No.280800 Reply
I take care of children and teenagers with enthusiasm. You try getting kicked in the head and have shit smeared in your mouth all day 5 nights a week without crawling into a bottle when you get home.
Nigel Trotman - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 01:41:45 EST 0s8OJrGd No.280801 Reply
Machining... technically. For some reason they put me in charge of a CNC machine for 8 hours a day with only 2 weeks training. I feel like I'm reverse engineering what I should've learned in some class most of the time.

Actually helped with my drinking. Once I realized I could hardly keep up hungover I left drinking for the weekends.

Day After Drinking Anxiety

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- Wed, 12 Dec 2018 08:10:25 EST af+GTPx5 No.280763
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Do you guys experience this hell? Basically from when I wake up until about 16 hours later I am an absolute anxious wreck. There's no way I can leave the house, my speech stutters, my entire body is super tense from the anxiety.

It's definitely not withdrawal, it just feels like my brain is in overdrive the entire next day.
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Ernest Crinningfutch - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 20:58:15 EST YFnvNCFP No.280774 Reply

you should really reduce your drinking. if you don't, this experience will probably turn into panic attacks, and after the first few, you will experience this even if you don't drink. i have gone through the same shit. first there was just anxiety the next day, then severe anxiety like you describe, then the first panic attack happened and from then i lived with panic disorder. it's a shitty thing, i have to live between serious rules. If i eat too much, i panic, if i eat too little, i panic, if i sleep too much, i panic, if i sleep too little, i panic, when i see a police officer, i panic, even if i didn't do anything against the law. i am unable to smoke weed anymore because the panic, and it's a very bad thing because it helped very much with my instable mood and motivation problems. And all this is caused by my irresponsible drinking habit
Ebenezer Hicklewill - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 05:11:34 EST rqf+Lwpg No.280778 Reply
it IS normal if you drink a shitload and especially if you have been drinking for a longer time. With time hangovers start becoming more like mini-withdrawals
Thomas Sippershaw - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 09:01:30 EST TfmuDrOb No.280791 Reply
It's withdrawal dumbass. After the hangover (when your liver processes all the Acetaldehyde that makes you want to puke) you still have GABAa withdrawal to deal with. GABAa suppresses your brain function, which is why we drink, but afterwards in response your brain releases less of it, causing all sorts of things like stimulation up to anxiety up to DTs.

Just don't drink for awhile. A week gets me to normal. How's your sleep?

shoplifting alcohol?

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- Wed, 24 Oct 2018 03:18:36 EST mx7KNuWq No.280320
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im not 21 and i dont like having to pay for alcohol plus when making a stranger buy me it i feel bad not to give them a few bucks for helping me out...
i recently stole 2 bottles of champaigne from a 7/11 when it gets late they are not watching, just stocking shelves. do any of u have experience shoplifting booze and probabilities of getting caught? at wawa there are big packs of budlight right near the exit i wonder if they will run after me if i just take the whole box out? and i wonder if grocery stores like publix have loss prevention? i could get some nice wine there..
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Fuck Clubberford - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 20:28:00 EST 2y8o0URT No.280761 Reply

No, I'm pretty sure it's new. I remember the "jolly african-american" being used as a filter for the N-word, and I remember filters for t_moko, word f_ilter, 8_chan, r_eddit, etc
Doris Gecklefat - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 09:08:50 EST HJXXf53k No.280765 Reply
FUCK, you’re right, I was thinking of “jolly African-American.” Guess it is new
I’m just glad they turned the board back to /hooch/

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