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  1. Are you talking the acute irritability that comes while hungover, or just a general feeling that's difficult to pinpoint the cause of? I still get roadrage like a motherfucker, and I still can be 'snappy' at times. I think that's part of being human in a society that sucks in many ways. I'm so tired of people's carelessness, and that's generally what will cause my anger issues to flare up. Skateboarding helps immensely for me, and I'd assume any exercise would yield a similar result. I've also been dabbling with some of the philosophies behind mindfullness. More specifically, letting shit
  2. and of course: Glad to see the rest of y'all doing well. Same ol' shit here. Been a crazy summer thus far.
  3. Toiletseat: I'm pretty much beyond hyped that you made that post a page back. I'm not alone when I say that your general posts have always stood out as some of the funniest shit on here. With that said, your scathing irreverence and general inclination toward mockery of pretty much anything, while hilarious, definitely reminded me of how I thought when I was wasted. I just did not give a fuck about anything, and it was quite a release at times, because my true self often cares about things more than I would have liked to much of the time during those days. I think that's one of the main reason
  4. It's really too bad that the train didn't hit the other side of the car... more specifically the front half of that side.
  5. Pretty fuckin' much. Alcohol is the ultimate boredom killer. It's TOO good at dealing with boredom, actually... to the point where you allow yourself to run out of shit to do because you know it'll be there to fill the gap. Being able to push through the inevitable boredom is sometimes a necessary skill to hang onto sobriety. I've definitely had some frustrating nights when there wasn't shit to do, but I'm glad I didn't slip up. BnH, even though I know you're struggling with shit a little bit, it's still rad to hear you laying shit out for yourself as well as the rest of us. As long as yo
  6. It's definitely daunting to think of drinking and the hole there'd be if you quit. Took me a bit to get comfortable being inside my own sober head, but once you're settled into it, it's actually pretty cool to start feeling like you don't need the escape. "Liberating" is one word for it. I know I've let my other hobbies each put dents in that void, and I am okay with spending time in my head with whatever scraps are left after that. I used to drink to help me stop worrying about what people think of me (social anxiety in a nutshell). The irony of that being that I was giving more cause for j
  7. I know what you're going through, FR. It's absurdly easy to, with some years under your belt, begin to feel like you've grown enough since 'those days' to dabble with it. I know I've stepped up to the plate in about a million different ways since I sobered up, and I'm certain that's no coincidence. It's a bit of a catch-22, because we feel like we've grown up some and perhaps can handle it now with our refined state of mind, but the growth wouldn't have happened had we kept drinking. That's not to say that it isn't possible for some people, who've taken a break from drinking, to get back into
  8. I know what you're going through, FR. It's absurdly easy to, with some years under your belt, begin to feel like you've grown enough since 'those days' to dabble with it. I know I've stepped up to the plate in about a million different ways since I sobered up, and I'm certain that's no coincidence. It's a bit of a catch-22, because we feel like we've grown up some and perhaps can handle it now with our refined state of mind, but the growth wouldn't have happened had we kept drinking. That's not to say that it isn't possible for some people, who've taken a break from drinking, to get back into
  9. Here, in small doses. How you been dude?m I guess you already answered that. Formalities...
  10. I'm going to up that to 10/10 people. The second people lose respect for my decision not to drink, I lose respect for them almost entirely.
  11. Fuck yeah, BnH. How was the first month? Hyped? Whatever?
  12. Looks like we lost a few pages. Oh well. I can't tell if the revamp is the final nail in the coffin of this dying forum. I'll probably check back less frequently, but I won't abandon ship. This thread is still the most important shit on this thing. Thanks for everything.
  13. Landing a really fucking rad gig is what got me to reprioritize and get my shit straightened out. Hopefully it does the same for you. And there's no two ways about it: Had i continued drinking, i'd just as well have chucked it all down the drain. All the best on your endeavor. ---- Still at it here. 3 years and some change. Thankful for every day, even the shitty ones.
  14. Who really cares? Graffiti is a part of my life that I was never all that into advertising. The only people who knew I was involved with it were people who did it or people who were very close to me. Since I grew up a little bit, I've distanced myself from it as I've realized how goofy the shit actually is when you put it on paper: I write the same word over and over again on things that don't belong to me. I still do it, but it doesn't really serve much of a purpose beyond letting off a little steam now and again. Skateboarding is in a much worse state of affairs with all this contest c
  15. Not even mad, dude. I was more surprised than anything... I truly never had the intention of hounding you for shit. I was definitely apprehensive about some of the things you said regarding your tactics in navigating this shit, but to each their own. It's water under the bridge homie. Hopefully you're doing well now... sounds like maybe you hit a wall with shit... that's usually a nice cue that things need adjustment. Hope you get it sorted out if you haven't already. Homie of mine his 9 months today... stoked for him. He's a smart dude and one of the few people I can relate to or fee
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