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Was just thinking...

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 00:36:02 EST UyEXIWrp No.282127
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The drink would probably be one of the best substances around if it weren't for the hangover. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if good hangover/withdrawal tolerance is one of the leading factors in what drives a certain segment of the population to it. Pray that you never get kindling because it will stop your drinking dead in its tracks.
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Hugh Settinghall - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 20:00:17 EST LsjIpRo7 No.282391 Reply
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>I wouldn't be surprised if good hangover/withdrawal tolerance is one of the leading factors in what drives a certain segment of the population to it

I've wondered this. I don't really get hangovers, I never really noticed anything negative until I'd been drinking every night for a while. In fact when I first started drinking I'd get wasted, sleep for 12 hours and wake up feeling great. Even the few times I overdid it and puked I felt fine the next day. That went away as I got older but I never had headaches or next day puking, would just feel tired even though I slept a ton.

I know people that say they don't really drink because the hangovers are so severe it's not worth it. For example if my sister goes out drinking for a night she's basically bed bound for the whole next day and puking. I guess if that happened to me I wouldn't have ended up drinking like this.

I guess I'm "hungover" every day now, but all I really feel is tired. I'm also getting reflux now and my throat sometimes feels like it's full of glue which is very irritating but that's not really a hangover symptom, it's just from drinking every night.
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Hugh Settinghall - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 20:06:37 EST LsjIpRo7 No.282392 Reply
>>282384
>huge urge to chainsmoke
It's weird, the more I drink the less I want to smoke. In fact I went from smoking like 10 cigs through the day and would smoke more when drinking, to only smoking when drinking at night, to only having 1 or 2 whilst drinking, to just stopping altogether. I mean I've had many 1 or 2 cigs in the past 2 weeks. Dunno why. Maybe it's because the stimulant effect is now undesirable because my GABA receptors are downregulated? Hey, at least I'll die of liver failure rather than lung cancer.
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Isabella Bockleshit - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 23:10:04 EST clD6jCMS No.282439 Reply
fuck it man, hangovers are terrible but there's your benchmark for death, and the remainder of your suffering. how much worse could it be than that time you drank all that cheap vodka on an empty stomach and went to work the next day?

Inability to refuse free alcohol

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- Mon, 12 Aug 2019 09:53:07 EST MxMbJkHY No.282375
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Is this a problem? I mean, essentially I choose places with promotions that make consumption of my desired amount more economical, and often receive free drinks from friends and suckers who think they will get at my sausage for a free beer. Sometimes, I overdo it - I overdid it way too much on my birthday for this exact reason and ended up puking for the first time in a decade on just sauce on like the third bar that day.
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Cyril Songersted - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 17:16:58 EST DeaNFh4r No.282377 Reply
>>282375
LOL. I can only refuse free beer if I've gotta drive.
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Samuel Cludgefick - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 19:04:13 EST DaF8lssa No.282378 Reply
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>>282375
>get free drinks
>???
>PROFIT
Im not seeing an issue here OP
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Thomas Penkinfoot - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 20:20:55 EST R6poBqtV No.282379 Reply
So how much whiskey do I need to drink over how many days to think that it tastes good?

Atrial Fibrilation "attacks"?

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- Sun, 11 Aug 2019 12:38:13 EST D2M3K5iw No.282363
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Having diarrhea all the time was bad enough, but I discovered the magic that is Imodium, and I really have no complaints about it anymore. This shit is horrible, though.

I started drinking heavily over the last year+. I've always been been something of a loner/homebody, so it never seemed unusual to drink alone when I first started drinking legally at 21. For years, I would binge and then go broke and be sober for a while in cycles. Then I got a stale job a bit less than 2 years ago. I'm grateful to have it, but it's stressful. I started to drink more because I could actually afford to. I drank to decompress, but now I'm drinking every single day. Recently, as my drinking has ramped up over the last year and a half, I've begun to experience episodes of what I can only self-diagnose as afib, having scoured many websites during my episodes in a panic, wondering if I were literally dying or in need of an ambulance.

I hate this shit. I can hardly drink anymore because of it, yet I still do. If I stop for a couple of days, I feel bad. If I drink more than one night after picking it up again, I feel worse. I can never tell if I'm coming or going. Invariably, I encounter what I'm assuming are afib symptoms: Cold extremities, weakness, feeling like I might vomit, gagging profusely when I try to brush my teeth, struggling to breathe and just feeling disturbingly out of sorts, like my brain's been scooped out of my head, etc.

It feels like a severe panic attack that won't let up, but I've almost gotten used to it, in the sense that, while it scares me and makes me feel miserable, I'm so accustomed to the feeling now after bingeing, it doesn't freak me out like it did the first time it hit really hard. The first time, I couldn't barely walk (let alone drive my car to work later the same day, stone sober, but utterly fried).

I tell myself "Well, it's probably just afib. It's not as if I'm having a literal fucking heart attack here and now". I just have to keep reminding myself that I'm surely not dying "this time", and tell myself I'll make up for it later by doing some kind of exercises and sobering up for a few days, but I never do (exercise sometimes seems to help my symptoms. Sometimes it seems to make them worse. I never manage to go more than 3-4 days before another binge period).

The point of this post is simply to ask: Does anyone else experience this? Have you actually been evaluated? What do you do to cope with it? Stopping drinking is obvious, and I'd like to at lest cut back. But I'm mainly curious to hear how you cope when you're already in the throes of an attack. I feel like pot might help. in fact, I think pot might help me to cut back on drinking in general. But I don't have a connection, nor even the wherewithal to find one, as I hardly ever smoke pot, and don't have any great interest in it beyond using it therapeutically for getting a better grip on my alcoholism.
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Charlotte Cluckleman - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 15:56:11 EST lexnd6Hl No.282369 Reply
>>282366
You would have to not drink for at least a week. To notice an improvement. Alcohol does screw with your entire body pretty bady. Drinking large amounts. Drinking yourself far past what body will tolerate, the cycle will continue. You would have to get past a week to get back to a reasnable
state. Binging for a few days, not drinking for a few days, then drinking heavilly again.
This will always happen from how it sounds.

Seize on the chances when you feel good getting exercize and keep going and not start drinking
again. Get money in your pocket and keep it there. It's not worth going through all this.

Yea, simply cutting back would definately help in the shot term, always.

Pot could help you direct yourself into a new mindset. That can keep going into a more clear ongoing direction. Just saying, binging, then a few days of feeling waay off, then doing it again. it's difficult to get past. But you weren't meant to feel this way and keep doing this.

If you will, you can go to an ER and they will give you pills to get through a week of withdrawls when you have these, like shaking and all. And try to decide if you wan't to just try to get past another day of not drinking. Try to keep going on from there.

There are medications that one can feel like drinking is a past thing that went nowhere and feel less of a need or by default to just start drinking.
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Alice Fiddlestig - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 22:30:36 EST APgsu79i No.282371 Reply
>>282363
ive never had anything as bad as youre describing, but i was getting bad day after palpitations/anxiety for a while. what helped me was ramping up exercise and cutting down on caffeine. seriously, exercise is a godsend, especially cardio. slower heartbeat + deeper breathing = less anxiety

is that seth putnam? that guy was a fucker
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Martin Blissleban - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 03:27:12 EST uOvKEh/n No.282372 Reply
Do use get b-12 complex vitamins. you 'need these if you drink and especially after binging. Alc does depleat vitamins, but thiamine, B-12 vitamins will be the most necessary. These will help your issues. After restoring these depleted vitamins for some time, your intense feelings/symptoms should kinda level out. You will notice this, cut back just a bit as well. If you tend to drink a pint, drink 3/4s of a pint. Cut it 1/4 regardless

Water, not just a hangover helper, but adequate amounts of water is extremely important. Chronic dehydration alone would offer you the same symptoms, let alone with alcohol added making things worse.

Your internal organs and basic functions need enough water.

Strong withdrawals, where things seem bad. Do simply freaking go to an ER. They will offer medication, benzodiazapines as an emergency. Which strong withdrawals are. You are at times close to a heart failure and or a seizure. A seizure can simply just make you die, that is partially why ERs give benzodiazapines. ERs see alcohol withdrawal all the time so they should not treat you any different than
they would any other patient. Except chronic alcohol binges and withdrawawl, they may seem to give you a slightly indifferent attitude, or may not. Because this is preventable.

You really have to take care of yourself.

Seek medicaid. You will be covered by actual insurance. If you need to go to an ER, you will be covered.
Get a primary care Dr. You will be covered by those who accept medicaid. You have to fully understand
that you can feel fairly OK, then an hour later things can just take a dive, worsening minute by minute.
Where you may be mostly helpless to seek attention for yourself when you or after you notice things are
far from manageable. Where things may seem really out of your control.

Sure a few drinks can set you straight very quickly. Always have a backup alcohol stash. If you just drink until it's gone, an emergency half-pint stash can surely get you through by drinking it as you feel necessary. And actually longer if you cannot get more alcohol. A steep slope from hard drinking to
minimal drinking to get by is better than just going from100% to 0%.

/sqt/

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- Fri, 26 Jul 2019 19:36:33 EST xDzAwQh2 No.282210
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So I know I call this a stupid question thread, but im still gonna write a tl;dr anyway.

I need to provide some context, but I have a question for all u alcoholics out there.
As of today, I have been drinking for a very long time, maybe a year or more, and over that period of time I have developed a drinking habit. Every day, the amount of alcohol I need to get me where I need to go, is about a little less than a 1.5L 14% bottle of time, or the equivalent in hard liquor. I know that most likely qualifies me as an alcoholic, but as for the context, here it is; I drink that much every night, and only at night, but I also am relatively heavy (180 pounds), that being due to my height, and not fat. I am also a male, so I naturally metabolize alcohol faster.

All that being said, I have two questions. I cannot physically drink more thant what makes me feel comfortable, which is that amount of alcohol, otherwise my body lets me know when to stop by making me feel physically sick and really really dizzy. I've noticed that I can never drink more than that, but I still have the ritual.
Question 2 is: Should I decide to quit alcohol altogether, what kind of withdrawal symptoms would I experience? I imagine it wouldn't be so severe as to cause seizures, but I feel like it would still be extremely unpleasant. (or maybe not?)

I'm just wondering what other peoples experiences are in something like this.
sorry for the tl;dr lole
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Lillian Tootbury - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 01:05:26 EST ZmMOOBMJ No.282321 Reply
>>282304
yeah, as someone who's been through it and barely come out the other side, I'd agree with most of that
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Rebecca Creblingfield - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 20:32:08 EST LsjIpRo7 No.282338 Reply
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I probably drink a similar amount. Have done for around a year but as you know you pretty quickly lose track of time. I haven't tried stopping yet but I have noticed some changes so I would imagine I'd have some kind of withdrawal. I'm pretty sure I couldn't sleep without it. I did think about trying to quit in a couple of weeks because I have a week off from work, I dunno maybe writing it here makes it more likely that I actually do it because obviously no one knows about the extent of my drinking although I'm pretty sure my mother has her suspicions.

So yeah do you have any effects during the day? First thing was loose shits which was obviously gonna happen, I can deal with that. Also a little heartburn which is manegable. Also after a few months I started getting this shit where it feels like there's always something in my throat, really irritating and makes me gag sometimes, I've puked a couple of times even though I didn't feel nauseous before gagging. I'm pretty sure this is my throat being irritated either directly from the alcohol or from reflux. I posted before about this but there's also a pain when I wake up that feels like it's around my left kidney. Several others said they also had it, not sure what it is but it goes away after I get up. Seems worse when taking a breath. I bet it's some kind of pressure, probably liver enlarged? Dunno. The thing that really makes me feel like I'll get withdrawals is my sympathetic nervous system seems to be jacked up. Like when anything happens that would normally give an adrenaline jolt I sweat and tremble more than I usually would. I've also pretty much stopped smoking cigs altogether which is obviously a good thing but I'm pretty sure it's because my desire for the stimulant effect has decreased due to the jacked up adrenaline response.

Thanks for saving my image by the way.
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Oliver Lightwill - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 00:14:38 EST APgsu79i No.282360 Reply
>>282338
>The thing that really makes me feel like I'll get withdrawals is my sympathetic nervous system seems to be jacked up. Like when anything happens that would normally give an adrenaline jolt I sweat and tremble more than I usually would.
thats definitely a sign of hangovers getting more serious and treading the line into withdrawals. alcohol-related shakes and anxiety are aggravated by stressful situations.

5 days and youre fresh as a daisy. if youre concerned about sleep then try ZMA it really helps me out

drinking yourself to death

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- Thu, 25 Jul 2019 03:23:59 EST h9CePiDw No.282193
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have you considered it?

i know i have.
sell/bin all my stuff, take out a loan, max out my lines of credit, move someplace that is cheap but still has decent internet.
die alone in a shed or whatever.

i bring it up because a friend of mine, incidentally the person that got me drinking/drugging 15 years ago, is dying because of her alcoholism.


i thought it'd be pretty chill to do my rural suicide, kinda like leaving las vegas, but in a podunk town where all of the cars are at least ten years old.
but seeing what that looks like, actually seeing people die that way...
it's fuckin' harrowing, man.
i'd rather do a couple rails of something brown and hang myself, you know?
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Phineas Brigglewill - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 04:52:45 EST KXKkJs5d No.282328 Reply
>>282326
This as well, unless you have a pre existing liver condition or are female (seriously, drinking tends to be harder on their organs) you can drink pretty damn heavily for 30-40 years and while youll hardly be the image of health your liver probably won't crap out on you til you're 60. I guess you might be more likely to get certain cancers or die in an accident, especially if you dui but that's no guarantee.

If you move in to a shed and start pursuing full time drinking you're more likely to find yourself 45 years old and still living in someones shed having done nothing with your life.
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Augustus Narringstit - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 08:12:37 EST gPw1RVnK No.282329 Reply
>>282328
>If you move in to a shed and start pursuing full time drinking you're more likely to find yourself 45 years old and still living in someones shed having done nothing with your life.
Good description of my 20s
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Rebecca Blythebury - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 15:02:57 EST DeXHkgaD No.282330 Reply
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>>282325

I'm not the guy you replied to but I think you missed his point entirely.

Also you seem fun at parties lol (that's a joke, you seem awful to get drunk with)

I'm so lonely.

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- Sat, 27 Jul 2019 02:42:34 EST KnRkEYmt No.282226
File: 1564209754773.gif -(485872B / 474.48KB, 500x250) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I'm so lonely.
'I don't ever wanna drink again. I just, I just need a friend.' -Amy Winehouse
Alcohol is the only thing that makes the future and present seem tolerable, but it's not enough. I pretty sure I love a girl but we're from very different worlds and I may have burned that bridge forever. I just feel no ones cares anymore.
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Hugh Gombledale - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 19:24:38 EST KSBpmita No.282316 Reply
>>282226
Me and my girl are opposites in MANY ways. We've made it work for many years (like bordering on marriage). We're also both alcoholics so there's that...
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Alice Sucklebut - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 05:49:57 EST ght2ZQWu No.282322 Reply
>>282253
To be honest, I used to do heroin and I'm simulataneously addicted to subs as I am alcohol. Opiates help my hangover as I'm literally in quite a bit of physical pain from them. I suppose it has something to do with alcohol sending me into withdrawal. I drink to feel good and when my mind goes from it, I get back on opiates, and so on and so forth.

Sippable Liquors

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- Thu, 01 Aug 2019 15:43:50 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.282277
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Sup /hooch/

I've decided it's time for me to get into some sippable liquors. Obviously the first thing that comes to mind is whiskey, and its subsets such as bourbon, scotch, etc. Any brands you guys would recommend? I'm thinking a liquor I can have one or two glasses of in the evening, slowly sipping it. Neat would be ideal, ice annoys me. I'm not trying to break the bank here but I'm not gonna get shitty plastic bottle either. What are some middle-of-the-road sippable liquors? I'm open to almost any variety.

Currently I drink tequila mixed with various juices, or just in shots, as well as beer or wine.
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Hugh Gombledale - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 19:29:24 EST KSBpmita No.282317 Reply
>>282277

I'd say Dewar's, if that's middle of the road. Two rocks is ideal, though I drink it straight mostly.

In terms of tequila, the best I've had as a shot is Casamigos. That shit could be sipped straight, but I believe it's a little more higher end.
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Angus Billingdock - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 22:25:30 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.282318 Reply
>>282281

I am definitely a cactus man. I will start looking into mezcals.


>>282282

Will hit up some cognac too.


>>282317

I feel like buying George Clooney's Tequila is just... cringey.
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Lillian Tootbury - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 01:03:24 EST ZmMOOBMJ No.282320 Reply
>>282282
honestly man I think hennessy is the worst out of the common cognacs
>>282318
dude yeah it's a bit of a rap meme but it is a legit really good sipping liquor, I'd just recommend that you get something other than henn

Hot Spiked Drinks

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- Sun, 21 Jul 2019 18:08:58 EST 9QBBnhFL No.282168
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Comfiest way to drink IMO, and never really see anyone talk about it online.
I like rum in hot chocolate and tea, and recently was introduced to Gammel Dansk in coffee (very potent flavour, delicious).

Any good combos you know of?
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Eliza Banningshaw - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 02:25:24 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.282191 Reply
sometimes i buy those little flavored creamy shooter things, like pumpkin or chocolate or mint, and throw 1 or 2 of those in with my morning coffee if im trying have a specially good day
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Ernest Febbleman - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 07:50:41 EST 9QBBnhFL No.282305 Reply
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>>282179
>Weird thread for the middle of summer
Lol yeah maybe, it had been raining and cold-ish for weeks here when I made the thread which I guess made me long for something warm and comforting.
>>282178 >>282181
Green tea and vodka sounds weird, but fresh. Cool summer night thing. Will have to try.
Chamomille gin I can't even imagine, but I'll take your word for it and try that too when I have some of both around.
>>282182
Just regular old black tea, like an assam kind of deal?
I mean there's loads of teas.

Drunk as shit.. What are u drining on rn?

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- Mon, 29 Jul 2019 18:09:26 EST DKE8Va8H No.282247
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Anyone else drunk as shit right now?
Idk how I will function tommorow, since I have a lot of work to do, but I am drunk as absolute shit right now.
How u guys doing, what u drinking on?
I've had shit ton of wine
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Fucking Nabberridge - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 15:40:07 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.282276 Reply
>>282272

u just sip it neat? what brands? ive been meaning to get into some sippable liquors, i been drinking too much fruit juice with my liquor
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Jenny Brookdock - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 11:40:23 EST tzQuz32o No.282288 Reply
>>282247
It's probably worth it, since i don't tend to have a hangover.
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Jesus Christ - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 02:20:47 EST XhYZ4mTS No.282299 Reply
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I finished off my last bit of TITO'S vodka

brand endorsement courtesy of the most FAT and RACIST comedian, Burnt Chrysalis

Where's the BUMP WHEN DRUNK????

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:44:13 EST d+r6p87c No.282072
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I looked 3 pages back and and didn't see the BWD. What the fuck is up with that? Don't tell me you're getting sober. What are you'll cowards drinking?

>tfw no friend to drink wheat beer and listen to old music with
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Martha Hebberfatch - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:53:16 EST DaF8lssa No.282275 Reply
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>>282270
>angry orchard
you need a sippy cup with that too?
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Shitting Banderstud - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 15:38:46 EST Q1GfB7y3 No.282289 Reply
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>>282072
Drinking Weihenstephaner and Paulaner now. After 30 years, I like the latter still better. But both are very good wheat bears.

Need to sip some spirits too to get drunk though.

Is it dangerous to begin drinking at 19?

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 22:15:01 EST Ph6Bn57g No.282140
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Just curious. I don't mean excessive, addiction levels of drinking, just having an IPA with lunch or a rum and coke while watching a movie a couple times a week.
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Basil Bittingdad - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 10:09:40 EST 7VT6qNid No.282258 Reply
>>282244
because that makes other customers feel uncomfortable
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Frederick Doblingpetch - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 09:35:01 EST /oO+lGN8 No.282268 Reply
>>282140
Did I read that correctly? A nineteen-year-old? Having a couple of drinks a week? I've never heard of such reckless and destructive behaviour in all my life. You might as well say goodbye to your life right now, OP. You're clearly a deranged individual who has no hope of functioning in a normal society. You're one swig of alcohol away from going crazy and murdering prostitutes, don't you know that?

Thank god you came on here did some research before indulging in such a radical and menacing activity.
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George Canninghall - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 12:24:40 EST lfVkzMAl No.282274 Reply
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>>282140
I started at 13 and what you're planning to do is not dangerous at all especially considering you asked about it

Drinking yourself to usefulness before 21

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- Fri, 26 Jul 2019 20:33:42 EST C35JeYbD No.282214
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Why am I like this? I can't handle anything in terms of work. Been to rehab twice and all it did was slightly lessen my drinking, liquor to beer essentially.

My siblings are doing fucking great and I'm just a dumb enthusiastic drunkard with an obsession for early 2000's music.

Anyway, bottoms up.
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Rebecca Sommerdork - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 00:08:33 EST 3+wVTMoR No.282225 Reply
Oh shit. I also just realized OP is about 10 years younger than me. So early 2000s music is like early 90s music for me. Also, I didn't realize that song starts with "it's that millenium ridiculous flow". So it's early 00s as fuck.

Here's another early 00s booze track https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_uu0u7So_M
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Clara Pittville - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 20:48:49 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.282233 Reply
>>282225

lol i was listening to some rap song the other day that was like "the year two-triple-oh man these boppers can't fade me"

Drinking straight out the bottle?

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- Fri, 07 Jun 2019 18:40:00 EST kJGyVqVl No.281735
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Why do people advise against this, i don't understand how it effects the experience of drinking, Ive done it loads of times and can't see whats so dangerous or degenerate about it.
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Cornelius Duttingstock - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 02:42:19 EST Qqiu5O01 No.282201 Reply
>>281735
i feel like you have to earn liquor from the bottle privileges.
your standard maintenance drinker, or weekend barfly can probably handle a swig here and there, but it's really the territory of experts eg. fifth+ a day binge drinkers.
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Cornelius Sockletid - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 06:28:29 EST x/ncjUT+ No.282203 Reply
>>282201
what is ur def of maintenance drinker? I feel like im a maintenance drinker because I drink at least a fifth a day. aka I need it to start my day
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Cornelius Sockletid - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 06:34:54 EST x/ncjUT+ No.282204 Reply
>>282201
also I love the term territory of experts thats some shit I would say lol much love

What what in the butt

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- Wed, 17 Jul 2019 12:44:54 EST ul4fHQoQ No.282121
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Would you boof vodka because you have the flu and can't hold down booze long enough to get unsick? Seriously considering it right now. How bad does it burn and is it even somewhat worth it? I feel terrible and the alcohol withdrawal is making it way worse.
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dr. m - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 19:56:05 EST fqQfyfpC No.282175 Reply
>>282121

Definitely don't use anything stronger than 10-15% alcohol, so make it 5/8ths water and 3/8ths 40% booze (I'd use something clear like gin or vodka, but for the record I've never tried plugging booze to actually get drunk, just as part of a 3-5ml solution to dissolve other drugs) and it should be around 15% booze. Definitely don't go above 20%, and even then I bet it will cause internal damage.

Feel free to try it, but anything more than like 50, maybe 100ml of liquid will be too much to absorb. If you're dependent enough to have serious WD, you won't be able to absorb enough reasonably.

So yeah keep in mind like 100ml of 15% is less than a single shot of 40%.

tl;dr OP you're better off taking quarter pieces of Xanax and waiting an hour to see if it stops, or even better using Valium or the RC diclazepam.
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Hugh Druvingfuck - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:44:08 EST uJ85KraC No.282183 Reply
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Hmmm, liver damage minimized. Straight into the bloodstream. Got me sold.
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Hugh Druvingfuck - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:57:15 EST uJ85KraC No.282184 Reply
>>282121
If you have the means, go to an er, they will give you benzos iv. The best time to quit smoking drugs drinking is when you get sick. Alcohol, if you are alcoholic. It's not a good life to keep on going. A hosital may give you something for barfing. Ine drug ondansetron? Is starting to be widely used to keep people from craving alcohol.

But, surly some vodka will get into your system eventually by drinking it. I don't think a shot would be extremely dangerous though, taken half at a time. Although a nice Chardonnay might pair well with your condition.

If you make little money, get medicaid for insurance. It will save your hind-quarters if you really need to go to a hospital, and get a regular primary care DR. It will pay for alcohol treatment in most of not all states, if you aren't getting anywhere in life with alcohol and care what tomorrow brings..

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