Im drunk (33)

1 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 22:43 [Del]

I'm drunk, lads. I stopped drinking for about a week which made my anti-depressants more effective, but since nothing in the world makes me happy I eventually go back to alcohol.

How often do you lads drink?

2 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 22:49 [Del]

I don't drink much because I get sick pretty easily. I smoke weed pretty much every day to distract me from impeding doom.

3 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 23:15 [Del]

Not much at all. Maybe once or twice a year. For a few reasons. One I have no income, so every drink is out of pocket out of a small amount of saved allowance I built up over years. I have thought about setting up a home brewing solution but I am lazy and unmotivated. Furthermore I don't really like the taste of cheap alcohol (or alcohol itself in general, though there are quite a few alcoholic drinks [liqueurs for instance] that I find quite pleasant). Finally because while I don't get bad hang overs as of yet, I still find waking up after being drunk to find I have smashed my favorite fancy drinking glass, vomited on the floor, and feel nauseated is simply not worth the enjoyment of being drunk.

4 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 23:27 [Del]


I only get hangovers if I drink heavily for a few days in a row. I think that is the reason I am able to drink so often. Last night I drank an entire 12 pack by myself and puked when I woke up, though. It wasn't really that bad of an experience, the puking was kinda like a burp and didn't hurt at all. First time I threw up from drinking in a while, though.

There is a chemical that gets you drunk extremely fast on like a few ml. You can easily order it off amazon, and it is fairly cheap. I forgot the name of the chemical, though, but since I first heard about it on wizchan I am sure someone else here knows about it.

5 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 23:29 [Del]

Typically 5 days a week. I'd normally be drunk right now but I had shit I needed to do tonight. Instead I'm just having a beer and some generic NyQuil so I can hopefully get some tolerable sleep.

6 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 23:33 [Del]

You are actually addicted to feels

7 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 23:34 [Del]


Found it. Actually I didn't find it from wizchan, but elsewhere. It is called 2-Methyl-2-Butanol, or tert-Amyl Alcohol. I can only find about 1l on amazon for about $150 right now, but you do not need a much to get completely shitfaced. That is like a year's supply worth.

8 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-19 23:48 [Del]

I don't know anon, imbibing industrial solvents doesn't seem like such a good idea to me. That is not only for the reason that I have no idea what contaminants could be in something like this with no controls for human consumption, but because as far as I am aware there are no good studies on it's long term effects.

9 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-20 00:09 [Del]


I searched my college's libary and the only scientific literature I could find on the human consumption of the chemical is a case study of a 28 year old who was put into a coma of a suspected attempted suicide. A bottle of 250ml of the substance (99% pure) was found in his home. It is unknown how much he consumed, but they found 83 μg/mL in his blood during his first day of hospitalization.

If you gonna try this stuff on your own, I would suggest talking an extremely small dose (perhaps .25ml) and then going up from there. Perhaps if you take enough you will go into a coma but not die. However, that individual was hospitalized. Who knows how many people actually died from an overdose of the substance. If anyone wants to look up the study, here is the citation:

Anand, J., Gieron, J., Lechowicz, W., Schetz, D., Kala, M., & Waldman, W. (n.d). Acute intoxication due to tert-amyl alcohol-A case report. Forensic Science International, 242E31-E33.

10 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-20 00:11 [Del]


Oh, the 250ml bottle was empty when they found it. Important distinction.

11 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-20 00:28 [Del]

Well I did look it up some, and some web drug forum people have used it even a large amount of it and survived. They even have a few toxicology reports on it's metabolization (in rats), it's history as being used in some medications in ages past, it's natural occurrence in grain fermentation, and a few ld/50 s as well as a lowest recorded dose that caused death.

Yet, since I'm not a biologist I am not really qualified to tell if it's really safe or not and since I also have a pathological fear of destroying my body or brain's ability to function through drugs I probably won't be experimenting with it anyways. Thanks for bringing it up anyways anon.

12 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-21 18:50 [Del]

I've run out of reasons to be sober.

13 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-22 13:35 [Del]

avoiding brain damage

14 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-22 14:45 [Del]

I've become so apathetic that it doesn't even phase me.

15 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-22 17:22 [Del]

I got completely sober about 3 weeks ago, its hard to find things to fill my time (which is the main thing that caused me to break my sobreity last time). I don't really have much in the way of hobbies and obviously have no social life, so I just end up bored, then I become anxious and depressed. I don't really want to break my sobreity again but it's hard to come up with a reason to stay sober when your life is going nowhere either way.

16 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-22 18:24 [Del]

If drinking didn't make my face bloat up horribly I would do it all day and night

17 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-23 06:19 [Del]

I drink two times a week and its almost always beer. I was only drinking whiskey for quite some time and I might switch back if it can save me some money.

18 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-23 10:26 [Del]

>>16 Me too, I'm not sure, but I think I have an alcohol intolerance. I can't even be drunk, all alcohol do to me is making terribly sick like if it was an allergy or something, or maybe it's because I only buy the crappiest and cheapest shit.

19 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-23 12:53 [Del]

This. Fucking blows so hard. Even if you don't barf just feeling like shit for days is enough to make me want to swear off liquids for ever.

20 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-23 20:44 [Del]

Are you on any medication?

21 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-24 04:19 [Del]

>>20 No, I don't use any sort of medication.

22 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-26 01:07 [Del]

Are you Asian?

23 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-26 01:36 [Del]

I don't drink. Can't get over the bad taste and the association with pig disgusting normalshits (my country has a big drinking culture). I understand why other wizards drink though. Also booze is taxed to hell and back here in a vain attempt by the government to discourage normalfags from ruining their own, and other peoples lives, through binge drinking, alchol fuelled violence and drunk driving also because, I'm sure, it's a great way to fill the government's coffers.

All that said if alcohol wasn't so expensive I'd probably be an alcholic by now irrespective of my hatred for normalfag drinking culture and the mediocre-unappealing taste. The combination of chemically induced escapism/euphoria and slowly killing yourself via liver annhilation has become incredibly appealing to me as of late.

24 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-26 14:44 [Del]

That same thing is what deterred me from alcohol. Seeing the way people behaved while drunk made it seem like some nightmarish poison that turned people into apes.

After being distanced from people for a while the sentiments went away and I thought "hey, I could probably just enjoy this in my own way while watching some anime". I bought a bottle of whiskey out of curiosity, and was reborn as an alcoholic.

25 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-26 19:16 [Del]

I don't drink and I never will
I don't want it to be a crutch

26 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-27 00:45 [Del]

Shouldn't your conclusion be more like: don't take it at all ..

27 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-27 06:46 [Del]

>>22 Yes, that explain why I can't drink.

28 Name: Anonymage : 2015-10-28 05:57 [Del]

I recommend listening/reading to "Proof: The Science of Booze". Right now my head is swarming with comments, mostly gleaned from this book, on many of the comments in this thread.
There's a lot of information about alcohol, its production, and its effects on the body.
I'll just go in any old order:

Perceptions of what alcohol does to you will affect what alcohol does to you. This is the same for most activities, but in alcohol it's more extreme due to the primary effects of the substance. If you expect to become violent after drinking, you are much more likely to become violent. It's mostly what you think happens that affects what happens to your behaviour. Behaviour in terms of 'quiet drunk' 'violent drunk', and so on. But drunk is drunk.

Alcohol Dehydrogenase I think is the enzyme that Asians lack (as well as lactase enzymes for drinking milk) that gives asians very high alcohol sensitivities. I have a historical theory for why this is the case: Clean drinking water. Beer was drank instead of water for hundreds of years, simply due to a lack of clean drinking water but availability of beer. So it promoted the expression of hydrogenase enzymes in most of europe. Just a theory though, since it doesn't explain very well the mongol influence on china. The milk drinking, big booze drinkers spreading their genes deep into china should have had a pretty big effect. So it's just speculation.

Now onto more personal things:
I... would like to drink more, I think. I don't drink because I hate the idea of being fat more than being sober. I don't like feeling bad for a few days after heavier drinking, too. My personal philosophy is about keeping myself healthy so that life is made less miserable. It's fairly ironic too, since I produce gallons of home-made wines. Requires a lot of patience. Even if you aren't very patient, if you're a big drinker you can save a lot of money if you brew your own beer. Beer is done in a couple weeks to a couple months, wine takes at least a year to be decent.
Get a beer brewing kit (or two), and the initial investment will pay itself off as the ingredient/flavor packs for beer brewing is a fraction of the price for litre produced to litre bought. IE much cheaper beer but you have to wait. Or scale it up. Get a couple kits running at once and you can have a massive supply of cheap beer. You could also consider selling some of each batch to reduce the price even further.
Although it does require quite a bit of work. Lots of equipment cleaning, mostly. Definitely worth considering if you have free time but not money. It's not difficult, but you do need to put care into your work.
Read a book like "booze for free" if you're interested. And look up beer brewing kits online to see if the finances make sense for you.

29 Name: Anonymage : 2015-11-11 22:42 [Del]

I stopped drinking when I realized I can borrow my dad and brother's weed. My drinking habit was starting to get out of control and I was almost addicted, getting drunk all weekends straight. Now, I've only had a beer or 2 since early October. I like drinking, but it wasn't fun anymore and I couldn't stop. I am happy I was able to stop for a while.

30 Name: Anonymage : 2018-09-12 22:40 [Del]

I drink everyday. Just a six pack, sometimes a cheap bottle of wine. I take benadryl one hour before doing so so i can fall asleep as soon as i can. I've quitted before, not much of a deal, evne tho i used to drink around one liter of vodka everyday, back in the day when i wasn't in uni.

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32 Name: Anonymage : 2018-10-09 22:17 [Del]

I can't wait for the night to arrive so i can drink myself to sleep. Is the only time of the day when i can feel truly calm.

33 Name: Anonymage : 2019-10-15 01:52 [Del]


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