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Anatomy of the 'Drunk Guy' syndrome

Ray Zed


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Posted : Jan 19, 2007 00:51
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On 2007-01-18 09:59, Fugs wrote:
^^^thats supposed to be a joke mate... u not drunk there are u

anyway, i love the taste of beer so i drink only that anytime, everytime.. ehehehe




im always drunk....leave me alone!
Fugs


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Posted : Jan 20, 2007 08:39
same here.. cheers!!!           What is weed? A plant whose virtues are yet to be discovered... Ralph Waldo Emerson
phunster


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Posted : Feb 11, 2007 06:07
As a matter of fact, we can consider alcohol a mild social drink that deals NOthing with music. No one can really dance after some alcoholic brew.           ~~~~~~~~~~
Anak
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Posted : Feb 11, 2007 13:35
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On 2007-01-08 11:51, almost purple wrote:
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On 2007-01-07 03:02, Anak wrote:
i agree with pavel, krell and rajatrao.

how can u say the guy has absolutely no connection to the music? when i'm at parties i'm usually drunk - very drunk. but i'm swaying around the place with lots of connection nevertheless...and i think i can doubtlessly say that pavel, krell and rajatrao and me do care more about the music than your average party goer that likes to drink.

don't be so prejudiced...

there are people on lsd or wehatever less connected to the music....i know some people that only go to psy parties because they can enjoy lsd there....but i have never heard about anyone that goes to psyparties just in order to get drunk.....getting drunk is possible anywhere, openly enjoying illegal drugs NOT.

edit: now thats one weird post. maybe because i'm so damn drunk right now.

edit2: the fact that i'm not using any smileys in this post doesnt mean i'm attacking you somewhat or that i'm not in a good mood. it's just that emoticons = commercialism.



right... to say that there's been a slight misinterpretation on your part would be putting it mildly.. firstly.. i have nothing against drinking or alcohol.. on the contrary, i enjoy many different kinds of liquors and am something of a connoisseur myself. The "problem" then, is not with drinking itself, but with guys being drunk or reacting badly to any other substance and ruining everyone else's trip, hence the name "drunk guy syndrome" and NOT "DRINK SYNDROME"... hope that clarifies things a bit...

and... does being "non commercial" mean you have to publicise and justify it?

the lack of smileys here is just due to the fact that i don't feel like putting them here... oops... justification..



yes i admit, i got that a bit wrong back then. because i was feeling so good with thatalcohol circulating through my veins, and i thought you wanted to attack my beloved booze n beer!!!

still, i do have more problems with people that are on heavier drugs. like when u got asked for speed and you answer things like "no, i dont need / want that", and after that everytime you see them they laugh at you or similar. it's not that it matters too much, i enjoy the way i live and party, but i've never had a single annoying experience with drunken people at psytrance parties.

btw you are right, it was wrong to justify myself for not using emoticons, justifying is a bit commercial, i know that know, in the future i just wont write anything.
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