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Learned a valuable lesson tonight (crossposted from /b/ it's better here)

- Sun, 02 Apr 2017 08:58:57 EST SGjnu5pE No.225257
File: 1491137937198.jpg -(311386B / 304.09KB, 1422x1415) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Learned a valuable lesson tonight (crossposted from /b/ it's better here)
I've been going to shows at a local edm venue and underground raves for the past 6 years. I've watched the scene evolve, I've had periods I wasn't super into it, but I always came back. When I started I was first trying shit like Molly and happy to be able to find acid and other drugs.
Tonight was a show celebrating the anniversary of a local promoter that's huge. I'm on probation and gotta piss in a cup monday, so I had to stay sober, even drinking was out of the question.
So I go dreading having to be sober. I end up seeing a bunch of people throughout the night, an old girlfriend from out of town, a couple other random friends I haven't seen in a few years, various scene kids I've met over the years. And I had good conversations and caught up on life with all these old friends. And they saw me and that I wasn't messed up and got the impression that I've grown up a little. And I met new friends and new people, and their first impression of me wasn't that I was a raging drunk cokehead. Or that I was that dude that was candyflipping his balls off dancing inappropriately hard. I'm not waking up in a daze of hangover and confusion and anxiety over how much I made a fool out of myself and how $130 is missing from my bank account.
I learned that going to shows isn't about going to get super fucked up and trying to pick up women. It's about a love for the atmosphere and the people, the local music scene and the promoters and artist that have graced us over what we're all apart of this for, dancing and music and love and respect.
From now on I'm going to try to go to more shows sober. It's way better. There will be exceptions, there's appropriate times to rage.
Sorry for the rant, I'm just really proud of myself and hope to find others that feel this.
Cornelius Wucklewater - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 14:17:15 EST hskpEjr4 No.225258 Reply
Wow you went a night without doing drugs. You should write an autobiography after having this unique and totally interesting experience honestly.
Sophie Sackleshit - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 13:50:38 EST mxQqU1ui No.225261 Reply
>attended shows for 6 years
>saw the scene evolve
Fuck Condleson - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 13:05:08 EST x8jomnMV No.225285 Reply
i thought that was also funny but leave the kid alone alright
Nathaniel Fishchone - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 16:03:09 EST NUPekslo No.225287 Reply
I feel ya dude, don't let these guys get ya down, they probably just don't think it's possible to have a good time sober and are lasting out being defensive
Jack Bunson - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 17:11:10 EST owz2K8IQ No.225288 Reply
Fuck off retard. I haven't tripped or rolled in 3 years. There's a time and place for everything. Except for being a faggot on 420chan. So fuck off.
Jenny Brunnerridge - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 23:07:54 EST DTn5PP2f No.225289 Reply
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You're proud of yourself because you finally learned what self-control & discipline are?

George Bossleforth - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 11:28:33 EST NUPekslo No.225292 Reply

Lol pot calling the kettle black here a bit dontchya think

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