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tyraxio

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Date Signed Up:7/31/2012
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#97 - Wow, chill the **** out man. I absolutely love Harry …  [+] (2 replies) 03/08/2014 on Lord voldemort telling it... +2
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#113 - boydaranga (03/08/2014) [-]
Not to mention the comment wasn't needed because the orginal comment was a troll comment.


nimithenimi lost the game. and looked like a fool doing so.
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#100 - yahooki (03/08/2014) [-]
but they first guy was bashing aswell
#114 - Weed works this way; it boosts the feelings you have. THC reac…  [+] (2 replies) 02/23/2014 on Drugs bro +1
#122 - kamikazeren (02/23/2014) [-]
Wow. You, Skiskis, and Infinite have been real helpful. That definitely does clear up concerns that I had before. Thank you guys so much.
#124 - tyraxio (02/23/2014) [-]
You are absolutely welcome. Good luck with your journey into the realm of the deepest corners of your mind, haha.

Last word of advice, while it's obvious you shouldn't listen too much to the anti-drug campaigns claiming that all drugs are by definition absolutely bad and only brings bad with them, promise me, in the same way, not to lisiten too much to drug users claiming that drugs are innately good, and that you shouldn't worry. Both are extremes, and none are right. Drugs are lovely, but they have a big likelihood of bringing bad things with them.
#109 - I find that very unlikely, as I had my use/abuse for around a …  [+] (2 replies) 02/23/2014 on Drugs bro +1
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#111 - infinitereaper (02/23/2014) [-]
I agree with you. I'm a natures advocate, but certain stuff just shouldn't be touched and is far too damaging. Tobacco is pretty addictive actually, but I wish you luck with all that. Take care of yourself bro.
#117 - tyraxio (02/23/2014) [-]
I am well aware that tobacco is very addictive, but I know what abstinences from tobacco feels like. This was different, because it wasn't a craving or a physical pain, it was just a feeling of "I could smoke tonight, I could call my dealer right now, it would be so good". It wasn't like "I really NEED to smoke right now". It's hard to explain, if it doesn't make sense like that.

Thank you very much, and to you too. Don't be fooled, and always make sure you have people around you who knows about your drug use. If they tell you they can feel you getting hooked, always listen to them. I wouldn't have realised I was addicted if it wasn't because my then-girlfriend told me about it a while ago. That I fell back in a few times afterwards is a different story, but I wouldn't have stopped this time if it hadn't been for her.
#103 - Tbh, and I'm not anti-drugs or anything, this pretty much sums…  [+] (6 replies) 02/23/2014 on Drugs bro +3
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#116 - gorgannan (02/23/2014) [-]
I believe that the only thing inherently wrong with drugs is how addictive they can be, and the horrible things addicts do to get a fix. Other that, just don't use drugs that make you violent or are known to make you cause the death of others.
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#119 - infinitereaper (02/23/2014) [-]
Shrooms and LSD are highly non addictive though. So it depends on the substance sometimes.
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#105 - infinitereaper (02/23/2014) [-]
It's possible your weed was laced with something as well. Thank you for sharing though, the more I learn the more I can grow my fields of knowledge on various subjects. Yes. Moderation is key. Respect is key. If you treat drugs this way, you will likely improve quality of life without harming yourself.
#109 - tyraxio (02/23/2014) [-]
I find that very unlikely, as I had my use/abuse for around a year and smoked both skunk and hash, from different people and usually different sorts. Technically, it could've been the tobacco that I mixed it with, but I know with myself it was the feeling I pursued, it wasn't a physical dependency. That goes very well with the fact that my highs started interfering with my personal relationships, because I kind of chose the feeling before the more natural high of being around other people. Although, I must admit, it boosted my relationship with other tokers by a whole damn lot. So again, moderation is key.

Also, stay away from heroine and cocaine at all times. I'd say, as far as illegal drugs go, psilocybin (shrooms), khat, LSD, cannabis and maybe ecstasy are the only acceptable drugs to do. Everything else will fuck your life up.
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#111 - infinitereaper (02/23/2014) [-]
I agree with you. I'm a natures advocate, but certain stuff just shouldn't be touched and is far too damaging. Tobacco is pretty addictive actually, but I wish you luck with all that. Take care of yourself bro.
#117 - tyraxio (02/23/2014) [-]
I am well aware that tobacco is very addictive, but I know what abstinences from tobacco feels like. This was different, because it wasn't a craving or a physical pain, it was just a feeling of "I could smoke tonight, I could call my dealer right now, it would be so good". It wasn't like "I really NEED to smoke right now". It's hard to explain, if it doesn't make sense like that.

Thank you very much, and to you too. Don't be fooled, and always make sure you have people around you who knows about your drug use. If they tell you they can feel you getting hooked, always listen to them. I wouldn't have realised I was addicted if it wasn't because my then-girlfriend told me about it a while ago. That I fell back in a few times afterwards is a different story, but I wouldn't have stopped this time if it hadn't been for her.