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#29 - I'm pretty sure she's not wearing a bra. kinky  [+] (6 new replies) 05/27/2016 on Oh MY +31
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#47 - sisterblister (05/28/2016) [-]
jinkie
#37 - thedayi (05/28/2016) [-]
how sure are you now?
I'm damn sure
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#39 - ninjabadger (05/28/2016) [-]
same
#23 - Right, I forgot to mention that as well. I find that …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/27/2016 on And Stretch 0
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#24 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
personally ive never drank a whole lot, but both my parents have been alcoholics
it kinda sucks, im afraid to really get very drunk because i have a pretty addictive personality
#28 - ninjabadger (05/27/2016) [-]
My advice is know why you drink. Never drink for a reason other than to have fun, but only when you're clear in understanding it's not the only way to enjoy yourself and the company of others (this one is particularly important).

The obvious example to use is drinking after a break up or something like that, to fill a hole or gap or to cope with something. That's a 1 way trip down alcoholism road.

I would say knowing it runs in your family also helps, being worried is good. But usually if you're mentally strong enough you're not going to get addicted to it. A big reason it happens to a lot of people is they have something rough happen or just give up and move onto acceptance. It's a very accessible way to cope and it's somewhat ingrained in our culture to do so.

Make sure you don't take in more calories from alcohol than from any other source. Have some food in the stomach before drinking (if drinking heavily especially) as it helps handle it. Also makes it so you don't get drunk quite as fast. Eating while drinking can work, but is not as effective. Hydration is huge, make sure you drink before going to bed if you drank at night so that you don't get a big hangover. Also a big reason alcohol is destructive is due to the dehydration aspect of it. I say drink in moderation as well as getting plastered is what ruins your brain cells. Casual drinking and the like is fine, and even going all out from time to time is fine so long as there are breaks. Your liver and brain will thank you for it down the road.

Some of this might be common sense, but I thought I would pass it on. I consider drinking a passion, just as my family does. I will likely learn to make my own just like my uncle does, from the growing stage up until the serving. I just like to see drinking done right, not in the typical frat/getting plastered way most people see it as. And I also don't mean in the snooty sense either, just a little deserved appreciation of the finer points of it.
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#29 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
thanks. Being the kind of person who actually participates in conversation on fj, i dont really go to a lot of parties or frats or anything like that so it probably isnt a huge issue for me.
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#30 - ninjabadger (05/27/2016) [-]
I don't much either, most of the games people do at those parties are pretty bad but that's the point of them. Make it easier to get wasted and let loose.

I drink mostly at home, generally alone as well. That can be a bad thing if you don't manage it well. But it is most certainly doable, think of it like a hobby or just normal drinking. It helps when you set out to try as many different kinds of beer you can (you won't likely ever be able to get through all of em for a least a few years). I don't much like doing shots or anything like that, those are more for getting drunk quickly. I'm more of a taste and experience kind of guy.

Stupid story time, one of the few parties I ever went to (that had strangers at it) was incredibly small in some girls flat. We played a lot of party games, most of the card ones I never even knew about. Suffice to say we all got pretty wasted (I tried to keep it at just drinking beers, but I had a few shots). My friend who lived there was this nice, very forward and suggestive, Latino girl who was very well stacked. Got to see some nice tits from some truth and dare. Also had some topless straddling go on. That was probably the only good part about it, I couldn't fall asleep there since I had to crash on the floor with some other girl. Was a really long and rough night. Not trying to brag or anything, it's just one of the only notable parties I've ever been to and it pales in comparison to most college parties. It was more of a get together, but without the friends part and a whole lot more of the alcohol part. It was also somewhat shortly after I broke up with my ex, so I beat myself up for not getting with the latino girl.
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#31 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
dont beat yourself up over things like that. Even if you were going to break up soon, its better to keep loyalty and maintain self-respect. Sex is just sex.
I can definitely relate to not being able to sleep. The few parties ive been to ive been awake most of the night because loud noises+drunk+trying to sleep is not a good combo
granted they were small, only about 8 people, but they definitely knew how to be loud.
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#32 - ninjabadger (05/28/2016) [-]
Yeah that was about the amount we had at our small party, I think the one couple left near the end of the night though.

And I broke up with my ex before meeting this girl. First time I met her, she was a friend of a friend (a girl that came to our little 6 dude dorm room). Thing was she was super forward and sexual, a kind of bubbly personality too (which fit to me for a shorter but curvy girl). We hit it off pretty quickly as I was the only one not uncomfortable with her sexual tones. We did a lot of talking, hugs and all that good jazz. Hell she even said she thought I was a great at giving hugs and we talked about relationships and shit. After a few weeks I got invited to this party and then barely talked to her after it. Damn shame. We even had a few good hobbies that lined up.

I totally agree with the sex is sex thing though. First time was with that ex I had and it was pretty mediocre. I guess most of us get a higher expectation out of it. It made me realize it's not about sex, it's about the connection between people. Now I'm all about that silly soul-mate kinda stuff. I would rather be with someone who I care about than one that constantly wants to do it.
#13 - >grows brain cells Also I wouldn't say it's …  [+] (8 new replies) 05/27/2016 on And Stretch +8
#22 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
the common addiction to alcohol is behavioral, so saying it's addictive and marijuana isnt is kinda silly.
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#23 - ninjabadger (05/27/2016) [-]
Right, I forgot to mention that as well.

I find that particularly interesting since I'm Irish and drink a lot, but I know a few alcoholics so I know what the addiction really is like. All I can say is I'm glad I'm not an alcoholic.
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#24 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
personally ive never drank a whole lot, but both my parents have been alcoholics
it kinda sucks, im afraid to really get very drunk because i have a pretty addictive personality
#28 - ninjabadger (05/27/2016) [-]
My advice is know why you drink. Never drink for a reason other than to have fun, but only when you're clear in understanding it's not the only way to enjoy yourself and the company of others (this one is particularly important).

The obvious example to use is drinking after a break up or something like that, to fill a hole or gap or to cope with something. That's a 1 way trip down alcoholism road.

I would say knowing it runs in your family also helps, being worried is good. But usually if you're mentally strong enough you're not going to get addicted to it. A big reason it happens to a lot of people is they have something rough happen or just give up and move onto acceptance. It's a very accessible way to cope and it's somewhat ingrained in our culture to do so.

Make sure you don't take in more calories from alcohol than from any other source. Have some food in the stomach before drinking (if drinking heavily especially) as it helps handle it. Also makes it so you don't get drunk quite as fast. Eating while drinking can work, but is not as effective. Hydration is huge, make sure you drink before going to bed if you drank at night so that you don't get a big hangover. Also a big reason alcohol is destructive is due to the dehydration aspect of it. I say drink in moderation as well as getting plastered is what ruins your brain cells. Casual drinking and the like is fine, and even going all out from time to time is fine so long as there are breaks. Your liver and brain will thank you for it down the road.

Some of this might be common sense, but I thought I would pass it on. I consider drinking a passion, just as my family does. I will likely learn to make my own just like my uncle does, from the growing stage up until the serving. I just like to see drinking done right, not in the typical frat/getting plastered way most people see it as. And I also don't mean in the snooty sense either, just a little deserved appreciation of the finer points of it.
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#29 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
thanks. Being the kind of person who actually participates in conversation on fj, i dont really go to a lot of parties or frats or anything like that so it probably isnt a huge issue for me.
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#30 - ninjabadger (05/27/2016) [-]
I don't much either, most of the games people do at those parties are pretty bad but that's the point of them. Make it easier to get wasted and let loose.

I drink mostly at home, generally alone as well. That can be a bad thing if you don't manage it well. But it is most certainly doable, think of it like a hobby or just normal drinking. It helps when you set out to try as many different kinds of beer you can (you won't likely ever be able to get through all of em for a least a few years). I don't much like doing shots or anything like that, those are more for getting drunk quickly. I'm more of a taste and experience kind of guy.

Stupid story time, one of the few parties I ever went to (that had strangers at it) was incredibly small in some girls flat. We played a lot of party games, most of the card ones I never even knew about. Suffice to say we all got pretty wasted (I tried to keep it at just drinking beers, but I had a few shots). My friend who lived there was this nice, very forward and suggestive, Latino girl who was very well stacked. Got to see some nice tits from some truth and dare. Also had some topless straddling go on. That was probably the only good part about it, I couldn't fall asleep there since I had to crash on the floor with some other girl. Was a really long and rough night. Not trying to brag or anything, it's just one of the only notable parties I've ever been to and it pales in comparison to most college parties. It was more of a get together, but without the friends part and a whole lot more of the alcohol part. It was also somewhat shortly after I broke up with my ex, so I beat myself up for not getting with the latino girl.
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#31 - adplum (05/27/2016) [-]
dont beat yourself up over things like that. Even if you were going to break up soon, its better to keep loyalty and maintain self-respect. Sex is just sex.
I can definitely relate to not being able to sleep. The few parties ive been to ive been awake most of the night because loud noises+drunk+trying to sleep is not a good combo
granted they were small, only about 8 people, but they definitely knew how to be loud.
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#32 - ninjabadger (05/28/2016) [-]
Yeah that was about the amount we had at our small party, I think the one couple left near the end of the night though.

And I broke up with my ex before meeting this girl. First time I met her, she was a friend of a friend (a girl that came to our little 6 dude dorm room). Thing was she was super forward and sexual, a kind of bubbly personality too (which fit to me for a shorter but curvy girl). We hit it off pretty quickly as I was the only one not uncomfortable with her sexual tones. We did a lot of talking, hugs and all that good jazz. Hell she even said she thought I was a great at giving hugs and we talked about relationships and shit. After a few weeks I got invited to this party and then barely talked to her after it. Damn shame. We even had a few good hobbies that lined up.

I totally agree with the sex is sex thing though. First time was with that ex I had and it was pretty mediocre. I guess most of us get a higher expectation out of it. It made me realize it's not about sex, it's about the connection between people. Now I'm all about that silly soul-mate kinda stuff. I would rather be with someone who I care about than one that constantly wants to do it.
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#13 - anon (05/26/2016) [-]
You actually don't have to avatarfag on a site that already has avatars.
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