thanks for confirming I am not an npc
would never watch conjuring
you get used to it. Anyways I'm getting shitfaced tonight
You do get used to it after a while, although I will admit that my life kinda feels empty and boring now that I'm 2 months sober after a long period of lots of alcohol and other substances. I would recommend working out and maybe some other hobbies to fill the void but I don't think there is any complete cure to real addiction, you'll just have to keep yourself busy.
does being drunk/high make yuou not an npc or something?
or watch better movies
It's can be really blissful to have calm weekends for yourself and I think the older you get the more you enjoy it.
Substances and partying is really fun but it's also exhausting in the long run.
One of my favorite things to do when I was single was staying up late on weekends and playing some really good single player game like Bioschock and just get immersed. Then after an hour or two I went out and took a walk in the night.
No people around and just you and the city lights plus your thoughts. Then going back in go the coziness of my 1 room apartment and continue playing til I felt like going to sleep.
Definitely upsides and downsides with both way of living. But as with many things I think it's good in moderation. Don't be out partying too hard and don't be by yourself too much.
Partying too hard is defo the most downsides of the two though.
I'm an npc cuz I am too smart to get played
but I'm gonna get CRUNK😎👌👌
what ? what does eating snacks and watching conjuring have to do with being npc xd
Imagine feeling like an NPC because you're not doing the thing that turns your brain off, thus effectively rendering you an NPC.
You got it twisted my man. If you're not faded all the time you can start doing things that require actual thought and begin developing yourself, which is not to be scorned or looked over, because you have to be yourself for you entire life (!!shocking!!), and what you wish you were doing is not actual sustainable and has no longevity. Every alcoholic knows this, it's only the formerly sober who think they'll be the one to break the conditions of physiological dependency and long drawn-out incremental cognitive deterioration. That is NPC arrogance.
I haven't been drunk since 2016 and nowadays even when I have the feeling like it would be nice to cut loose "sometime soon" and chill for an evening I honestly can't find the time or the appropriate will to do so because I'm so occupied by actually having fun doing things I enjoy. Drinking is...not something that you "do," in itself. It's something that you do so you can not-do; so you can shut yourself off, anxieties, stresses, and worries aside, but also the positive aspects of doing, exercising, and feeling, things which are generally constructive or cultivated, of which you may be in short supply.
I haven't watched a movie in years, proably adhd or something but I just can't sit around for 2+ hours watching someone elses fantasies
I am not 19 years old anymore, most of my friends have kids so I can't even remember when I was drunk last time this year. Probably around 11 months ago and I dont even miss it.
Unless having a drink every single weekend or glass of vine counts.
Soon if you leave your addiction behind you'll stop feeling that way
im drunk again and ive been drinking 24/7 for 2 weeks
I`m sober for 15 days now ,its really hard not gonna lie but I think I feel much better
When you get older, it is a bigger high to feel good, than to be wasted.
Health will be the new drug, cause you will be miserable with any form of abuse.
Being young you can handle everything, but just wait :)
Same brother, was time to quit weed. Life is so much better when you’re high all the time!