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On 8/19/2019 at 11:02 PM, Necturion said:

@Requiem pretty sure I understood the word 'pint' correctly in the other post you mentioned me now.

I like you.

Edit:

It's evening now and I am drunk and a a little stoned. Feeling the essence a little more. What I mean by that is the will to grow. Going to meditate a little before a nighttime gym session. No one can take the will to grow from you. Hail.

(Getting edgy there)

Well, that certainly was a great night I had. Mid-week partying. What a great invention. 

Also, much respect to you for getting drunk and stoned and then going for a gym session.

I bet you remember it as 70 minutes of full impact high-burn workout, when in reality you tottered around the gym for 6(66) minutes, fell off a treadmill, then went to the pub. 

 

 

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On 8/23/2019 at 8:29 AM, Requiem said:

Well, that certainly was a great night I had. Mid-week partying. What a great invention. 

Also, much respect to you for getting drunk and stoned and then going for a gym session.

I bet you remember it as 70 minutes of full impact high-burn workout, when in reality you tottered around the gym for 6(66) minutes, fell off a treadmill, then went to the pub. 

No I don't. Usually I only go to pubs on the weekends and only if my friends ask me. 

Yeah, drunk stoned, whatever, I enjoy it so it's not something I need to force myself to, thus going drunk or/and stoned is also not too hard (unless I am tired). I recently found out that I stay longer at night also. It's also something I do for a very weird reason since I don't necessarily do it for health benefits or the looks (would not drink or smoke if I did), but because I found it interesting from early on and also challenging.

 

Back to topic, Not drunk now but hungover and tired from the festival I came home from just now. Am I the only one who gets drunk only on the first day despite drinking all of the days there? I got very drunk on day 1 and drank almost as much the ones following. But then I always knew I was drunk but was almost 100% there mentally and also did not act drunk in any way. I think it has to do with being tired and drinking because I only slept 4 hours on average. Gonna drink some sweet honey wine now.

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On 8/25/2019 at 7:57 AM, Necturion said:

No I don't. Usually I only go to pubs on the weekends and only if my friends ask me. 

 

Ah, I see you come from the literalist school. Of course, the bulk of my post was I jest. 

Ever since that drunkard Dr Thrash was barred (for drunkenness) this thread has been slow. Let’s get it going again boozers! Who’s drunk? Not me. Never. 

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Tipsy. 

Boags xxx Ale. It’s not ale at all but lager. Misleading. 

And

Jack Daniel’s and cola. Definitely Jack Daniels and cola. It’s misleading my sobriety but accurate on the tin. 

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