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>>3853277good albumgood band.
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>>3853273good pic, what anime is this?
>>3853420It's So Ra No Wo To.
Good drinking to all, especially to the ones who need it, such as with this lowest quality vodka imaginable.
>>3853272Man of culture.
>>3853431I wish I could, but my liver is acting up straight after the first sip.
>>3853431>>3853812Drinking truly feels the best. I know I easily get addicted to it so I've come to a point where I only drink a few times a year, for special occasions.What are you anons' favorite drinks? Mine are rosé and beers.
>>3853872If I were unemployed I'd become an alcoholic for sure, but right now work manages to keep it at bay. I do manual labor, and drinking on the previous day really makes your muscles feel awful when you use them, so drinking is basically impossible for me except at weekends, which is a good thing. I drink once a week and I'm happy I have that limitation. Personally my favorite drinks are whiskey (for winter) and white wine (summer). Lillet mixed 1:1 with a berry soda is also really tasty.
>>3853872I am too cheap to buy anything decent , so exclusively plastic bottle vodka, $1 8% tallboy's if it's late and I am out, or if it's fancy, $10 1.75's of plastic bottle whiskey. It's all awful so it's just drinking to get drunk, as a positive, the worse it is, the less likely you will drink more. I try to mix sometimes, but it just takes something that itself is good, and makes it awful and increases the amount I need to drink and I don't want to gain weight if I mix it week enough to be decent.It will sneak up on you, goes from once a month, to every other week, once a week, two days a week, then once a few months ago it was every night for a week maybe. Instead of because enjoyment or whatever occasionally it end up being whenever something negative happens. Every once in a while might swear it off entirely and not drink for maybe a few months or weeks.If I ever hear back from any of these applications I think I'll only do it once or twice a week and buy better stuff. Maybe a few beers and then a few shots of decent liquor latter on just to stay at the feeling decent level for a few hours.
Let me tell you something about polyamory.Let me tell you what happens when you end up being the best partner.Everyone will hate you for your connection with others.Everyone you poured love into will only resent you.
>>3853872I have alcoholism that comes back, I know how you feel anon. Thank goodness I tanked too much and got sick on newyears or I'd still being drinking to this day. I hate that it just finds a reason to come back.That being said, I drink hards, mostly bourbon whisky. It mixes nicely when I'm in the mood, its also easy just straight out of the bottle.
>>3854072It'll be back, that's what always happens to me.I always wake up feeling sick and swear it off, maybe a few weeks or a months, then I buy another bottle. I couldn't be a real alcoholic though, couldn't do this all day, I only like drinking when it's dark out.
>>3854069This reads like a reply to the dream I just woke up to.
(Confession: I wish OP had picked a better image to represent us.)
>>3855848Its always Christmas somewhere.
>>3854069Polyamory isn't real, anon.Please love someone in a healthy way instead.
>>3856424Bit rude to offer criticism unprompted, isn't it?
>>3856433Sorry. Personal issues.Anyway, your affection and time is limited. Being at someone's side always means neglecting others. You're only hurting them and yourself.
>>3856424>>3856441I'd be curious to hear about what made you project all of this anon. Feel free to share with us.
relationship ended today, she cheated on me, my world is gone and i am lost
>>3857208My heart goes out to you anon. Its really shitty what happened to you. I don't even know the details, but nobody deserves to be in a relationship with that much turmoil.This is a time to improve yourself. Shed dependency. You're gonna need to stand as an individual before you can fully move on.
I don't even know who or what I am anymore.
I went through a 1.75 in a week.
>>3858203>>3858205These last two hit me. That'll sound pompous (but that's okay since I'm a pretentious piece of shit), but I can become profficient at most things if I put my "mind" to it, and have trophees and skills I could brag off.The other side of this coin is that I only really did this for the attention of someone. I'm depictable and wish I'd drop dead already. Fuck myself.
>depictable... meant despicable*
What qualifies as alcholism?
>>3858606drinking daily i would saynever been a heavy drinker but never deluded myself in thinking i wasn't alcoholic by drinking something daily, even just a glass
>>3858225Anon, you can't say that seeking the validation of others is a despicable act - that's simply not true. Looking for acceptance and attention is intrinsic to our nature as humans; we all want to be loved and accepted. Your reasons for learning those skills and getting those trophies may seem bad to you due to what I just mentioned, but that doesn't make the fact that you learned all of that any less impressive (assuming it's some great stuff due to the way you phrased it, and even if it wasn't you'd still likely be better off than most people).You should show off those skills more, there was hard work involved to acquire them and being proud of that is a great step towards acceptance from yourself. I wish you all the best, anon. Hopefully this all made sense.That reminds me of someone, I really hope they’re well.
>>3859241Thank you for your kind words. They're soothing.This may seem to come from nowhere, but... do you have friends in your life you're able exchange with?Such as people you're able to share your insights or deeper feelings with, without feeling alienated for it.I also hope your certain someone is doing well.
>>3858928I've been drunk every night for over a week,. maybe if it was drinking all day I'd fall under it, but only after like 7. I don't have withdraw or shakes, but if there is no alcohol around and it's night time, I do thinking about it constantly.
>>3859284There is a very small group of people that I feel comfortable talking about myself with, they're all online friends as I can't make such connections irl. It's not something that bothers me. I would type more but I'm really tired right now, I hope you can forgive me for that. What about you, do you have them in your life?>Thank you for your kind words. They're soothing.It's what we are all here for, isn't it? ;)
>>3859241Thanks anon.>>3859284Assuming I am the certain someone, which from typing style and naming-system I assume I am, I'm doing alright. Thank you.Though you weren't asking me, I'll also respond to your question. I got a therapist earlier this year because I was constantly miserable. I'm on my second therapist now (first one wasn't good) and it seems to be going better, though I'm only on my second appointment. From what I can tell, though, those appointments seem to sort of be that kind of a place... but it's still very difficult to open up, especially when the person I'm speaking to can see my face and affect my life. It doesn't feel very personal, more like a professional relationship.Other than professional help, I have one friend that I made years ago in school who feel somewhat comfortable sharing deeper feelings with. We've drifted apart recently, and similarly to the anon this was originally addressed to, now most of my "talking with others" happens online.If you ever want, since it seems you want someone like this, I would be happy to add you on another platform, maybe Discord or something. I know it feels awful when you have nobody else to talk to, and this thread and the people who frequent it hold a special place in my heart. The thread and the people here have helped me when I needed to get things off my chest and when I wanted to speak with others. If you would want to talk for something like that or anything else, I would be fine sharing my tag and you could add me.I hope I'm not imposing or making too large of an assumption in saying that. If so, I'm very sorry.
>>3859342>What about you, do you have them in your life?I've had persons with whom I could share things in more depth in the past. Life made us hurt each other as time went on however, and eventually we went our own paths.As of today, things are a bit complicated. "Muffled inside of a cocoon" would be one way to illustrate it.This is actually not the first time you give me encouragements, so thank you for taking the time to do so once again despite my crude display.>>3859371>It doesn't feel very personal, more like a professional relationship.I relate to the feeling.It's difficult to open up and have it feel like it truthfully represents what's inside of me. It sort of feels like having to preentively swim between the assumptions or connections they would naturally make.Another way to put it would be that they may, without realizing it, exert their natural order onto you, which in exchange, makes it harder to build a framework on which it's possible to exchange with them on a fairer basis. I have negative memories like this, with me trying to stretch the bubble further, only for them to bring me back on what they believe "is the topic". It's disheartening and sorts of make you feel inadequate as a human being.I hope it makes some sense.>I hope I'm not imposing or making too large of an assumption in saying that. If so, I'm very sorry.I do not think your intution is wrong. It's difficult to fully ascertain whether I wish for someone to talk with. I feel comfort in the idea of being able to exchange with someone I relate with, darkened with the fear that I could negatively permeate you ever so slightly.I'm happy that you're reaching out to me. Thank you.If you still wish to, I will take you up on your offer. I can share my Discord tag or add yours, whichever makes you most comfortable.
>>3859371I'm glad to hear you're alright, anon. I haven't been as talkative for reasons and it's something that I regret. The shitposting was always fun :}Thank you for the image, it portrays emotion very well. That's always nice.
>>3859608>This is actually not the first time you give me encouragements, so thank you for taking the time to do so once again despite my crude display.Not a problem, and don't worry about the "crude" display. I didn't take it in that way. Your message was actually quite nice.
>>3859608Your post makes sense. I think I'm already starting to see this happen, and I hope it doesn't become difficult to work with in the future.>darkened with the fear that I could negatively permeate you ever so slightly.I think we're all struggling with our own troubles, else we wouldn't come here. I would be happy to listen.HersheyCactus#9177I'd be happy to speak with you. I'll be happy to have someone else to relate with as well.
>>3859300anon, I have a few questions for you:first what is your favorite drink?secondly what bothers you so? I know that I'm just some random on the internet, but still if it helps you even a smidgen, let it out.
>>3859300I was the same.It's not worth it, try to work out instead and brute force your way out of it.
>>3859705I don't drink anything that tastes good, mostly the cheapest vodka, or $1 8% beers.The second, a better question would be what isn't. Seems like every day there's something else going to shit.I wouldn't say things ever were going particularly well, but the last while has been turning into a real train wreck.Imagine being directly involved with something, but lacking any actual control in the decision making process, you know things are not going to end well and cannot stop them, but the actions will directly affect you either way.I usually assume the worst case, as I am nearly always correct which already means something awful has happened, but this time, I couldn't even predict it going this poorly. Everyday there's been some further reason to drink. There is plenty else besides this event that's reason to do so a few times a week, but this has really given even more reason. I've gotten things so I don't feel too bad when waking up 4 to 6 shots and I feel decent for 3 or 4 hours and then go to sleep.
>>3859737Well we have the same tastes then, anon. The cheapest and most potent alcohol available.As for your life, I can't even imagine what you're going through. I can only recommend reading some philosophy like Marcus Aurelus' Meditations. If things are happening beyond your control then let them be. In the end of the day I'm just some random dipshit on the internet and we'll never meet again, but to you anon I advise, be selfish enough to think about yourself and live by it. What feels worth doing?Anyhow, I don't know who you are, where you're from or whatever, but don't you dare go hollow on me, anon.
Wondering if I am lost nowBut finding my way back home andWondering if love is with meAnd guiding my destiny
I've been trying to make a natty daddy edit for like two hours but I'm drunk right now and am I an autistic perfectionist, so it's been hell.Maybe I should buy steel reserve instead of natty or vodka to make it accurate, I had one of the flavored ones early in the day years ago and wanted to die, i don't eat much sugar to begin with, so having 60 grams in a drink at 1pm was pretty awful.
>>3859726If things get better, perhaps.I used to be able to do a decent amount of pull ups maybe a year ago, but one day I went too hard, though I don't really think it was that hard, not sure what happened, must have been a tendon, since I've broken fingers and healed quicker. The finger on that hand basically made it extremely painful to use for god knows how ling, maybe 6 months. As if it wasn't bad enough being unable to try and kayak when my car was a piece of shit, but then I wasn't even physically able to either.