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No. 83 [Reply]

my head's been hurting a lot recently

No.84

Why anon? Did you know something about?

Give us more information if you want some kind of help

No.114

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>>83
Same here.

My head has been hurting really hard for a week, or maybe more…

I take several pills for pain, is some kind
stinging pain, Not constant but is really annoying, pain has reduced too much but it remains.

No.115

Drinking enough water?

>>114
Hopefully you don't grow any robots.

No.116

>>115
Or drinking too much caffeine OP? Maybe stopped drinking as much caffeine? It can give you withdrawal symptoms like that sometimes



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No. 29 [Reply]

What's the advantages/disadvantages of dip? (aka chew, smokeless tobacco)
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No.73

>>55
Nicotine is a better and safer stimulant than caffeine in many regards.

No.75

>tfw your dad was one of those guys who spoke at schools about getting parts of his mouth removed

please dont dip guys….

No.82

>>73
How so?

No.86

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You need not sublimate when your mind is satisfied; or, I dare say, enlightened.

No.108

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why are you doing dip

do snus

It's safer and much more civilized

you don't even have to spit

t.sweden



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No. 2 [Reply]

What is it like to be fat, my fellow chu/bm/en?
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No.26

Like being a big guy without actually being fat. I mean size isnt measured solely in terms of volume, so youre just a space inefficient person.

No.27

>>26
*being big
:)

No.43

Challenging OP. I been in more fights as a fat guy that when I was a well build guy in the military. Seems most people think they can kick your ass just because you're packing some extra weight. Besides that, it's what you expect from being fat.

Less pussy, lets face it, women might bitch about how men need to change their views on beauty, but they won't change theirs.

I become more of a hermit since I gained weight and really don't deal with people unless its work related. But I think that's just me and not because I'm fat now, always been somewhat of a reclusive person.

No.44

>>43
I have found that yes, the women who might have been in to you when you were thin won't like you when you're fat. However:

There is a certain type of women who are in to heavier dudes for whatever reason. If you find them you can get some action. Sometimes they can be good looking too. All they ask is that you throw your weight in to them during sex.

No.105

>>44
chick into heavier dudes here

it's because the guys who tend to put on weight are generally the opposite of auschwitz mode liberal betafags

that said, there's a difference between big guy and big guy who doesn't maintain himself hygenically



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No. 56 [Reply]

Hi. Im really thin and very malnourished. How do i gain healthy weight? not like McDonald's weight but normal weight.
Hardmode: no body builder proteins
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No.72

>>71
Did you drink a bunch of whole milk?

No.74

>>72

yes

No.80

>>71
Cardio every day, muscle building every other day (or less).

No.90

>>69
Eggs and potatoes are much cheaper per calorie than most other food. I agree that meat isn't as cost-effective but chicken is still pretty cheap and good.

No.91

>>56
I though you wanted to look like a trap?



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No. 42 [Reply]

So what are your thoughts on DMT?

Can you classify it as a drug since your body produces it?

I been reading DMT: The Spirit Molecule and its a fascinating read. Really weird that there really is a 3rd eye in your head and it's proven by science now and not just spirituality.

Makes me want to look for the stuff to experience it my self.
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No.61

>>58
>>59
depends, you can make ayahuasca using different ingredients that can easily be found on the web (hard) or you can extract it from Mimosa Hostilis root bark (very hard), both of which is illegal to do like >>60 says.

There are different high concentration DMT plants you can use for these processes, but there are too many different kinds for me to remember them off the top of my head, so google is going to be your best friend for this endeavor.

No.64

>>61
forgot to mention the ingredients themselves are legal to buy and possess

No.65

>>48
This is the truth with most things in life. Lucy found me in the perfect moment, and not until then was I fully ready for her.

No.70

>>42
It's the most potent hallucinogen known when used right. It causes your mental factors to get exploded into random directions due to receptors in your brain usually reserved for serotonin being overloaded. It takes you to chönyi bardo, which is normally only visited right before you die, where the five aggregates are dissolved and you're turned into an ego-less observer paying direct witness to the processes of the mind. Your brain does return into normal functioning afterwards, though, so it will be capable of recounting some of it.

>your body produces it

DMT is a trace byproduct of normal amino acid production chains, possibly involving tryptophan. It occurs endogenously in the whole body, not just the brain, but hasn't been proven to have any actual use in it. You need a LOT of it (about a 100,000 times more than there normally is in the brain) for it to have its known effects.

>there really is a 3rd eye in your head

You're probably talking of the pineal gland, which does have photosensitive cells. This is likely an evolutionary remnant of the system that forms the parietal eye in some reptiles, which is a literal third eye. All the pineal gland really does in humans is regulate sleep. We carry 3.5-3.8 billion years of genetic heritage in our bodies, and obviously not all of it is in regular use.

No.103

>>42
>Really weird that there really is a 3rd eye in your head and it's proven by science now and not just spirituality.

citations you druggie



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