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Its bad yeah?
Anyone ever been with someone they love who has a destructive addiction?
If so what did you do?
and then snorted them.
Wouldn't let me near..
I had quite a bad drug problem at one stage, but I left my partner because I felt selfish putting him through it. I thought I was doing the best thing...your partner needs to sort this out by herself, having your support...oh I don't know I'm crap at giving advice.
How does she afford such an expensive habit?
I think that is what will happen with us. I'm trying really hard to be supportive but she comes out with some right shit on it, trying really hard to push me away. But I know its not what she really wants as she wants to sort herself out.
I don't know, and to be honest I don't want to know.
about colin cokehead doing a few lines off a cd in his flat, they do however care about Pablo Eskibar importing kilos into the country each day, there is a big difference
i don't just mean that they are illegal, i mean, is there something about their effect on society or the people taking them or what?
Like The Wire
some of my mates have been caught with weed, and they just say they bought it off some geezer in the street.
the police really wouldnt give a shit.
but i doubt they'd bother doing anything
was very nearby, otherwise hell no
I had to end it. I'm not very hopeful about these sort of things, but it depends how bad it is really
I can't even keep in contact because everytime I see him he's skinnier and skinnier and it's heartbreaking
Same thing :(
get angry, generally. be unhelpful.
what you SHOULD do is not get angry, outline how you're worried about them and how their addiction is affecting you. make them aware of this.
Thanks for the advice
rely on it and it's pretty depressing
Eventually I just walked away.
...I had a great night, but, had totally forgotten about those weird morning after coke headaches.
which is odd. Maybe I'll just wake up one day with no nose.
I do it maybe once a month if that ;o)
it's incredibly overpriced for what it does to you, and you feel like utter shit the next day
hello "man in the box" beer
£1.99 a pint vs it tasting like its brewed in a binbag and the worst hangover of your life
Oh the days when he come in at 5am and talk at me for 4 hours till I got up about how he had sex in Embankment Place whilst a tramp watched
but a friend's ex was really shocking on it. He would keep calling the dealer until he had nothing in his bank account and would be a right state with blood all over his face the next day. Not nice.
who just look off their heads when on one? possibly...
Is there anyone else who has ever tried coke and really, really disliked it? People I've spoken to all fall under either the 'never tried it', 'quite like it from time to time' or 'have an unrelenting deidcation to taking it' headers
have no real desire to do it again
plus it made me all sniffly for about 3 days afterwards and i was really paranoid.
thought to myself "what the fuck am i doing this for?", walked home and went straight to bed. a few mates have been big hitters in the past but thankfully seem to be over it.
and have no intention of taking it either. Especially after seeing what goes in it in that Alex James programme - petrol for fuck's sake!
in hindsight, but at the time it makes you feel like you're brilliant. Hence why people come across as dicks on it.
I'm enough of a crashing bore without chemical enhancement
I rely on alcohol.
not the greatest thing to admit?
But research has shown my liver to be a damn site stronger than my nasal muscles, thus far. So I'll stick with that one for now.
i'd just eat some wasabi peas instead
We've only just got snuff.
when I was there last :)
have the 'I'm a Druggy' badge.
anything about CRAINE?! Other than you? I'm not the one that keeps bringing them up.......
nor have I ever been offered it. If I was I'd have no qualms turning it down. It doesn't appeal to me in the slightest. Nor does any drug.
its just nice isnt it like alot of drugs. Bit as with other said drugs if you go overboard then you go overboard, man up and behave.
photos on his phone of a load of people doing all kinds of things in Pete Docherty's flat, it's a bit disturbing. It's like an actual crack den.
who does coke these days?
except turgid twentysomething year olds
but it has been a slow week.
but back to my point, why do a drug that's so destructive? in fact, why do drugs at all past adolescence???
until you are out of adolescence before you try and answer that question
because i'd have taken drugs past the age of 25 just to be social.
have mastered the art of psychic premonition
as you're not even old enough to drink
people who do quite a bit of are unashamed about in this sort of impersonal company. With weed it's less furtive and more talked about as part of normal activity, E is for specific times and places only and the rest are too destructive to want to tell people you've never met about, unless you're Dominic Masters.
No, I don't, but given I gave up drinking two years ago as well I'm virtually a hirsute Ian Mackaye circa 1983. If I want to experience a heightened sensorial frenzy I turn around quickly.
I DESTROY CREATIVITY AND AM USED PRIMARILY BY SELF-ABSORBED LONDON-BASED WANK FACTORIES.
talked to frank.
he was no help whatsoever, fucking annoying brat. so i gave him ketamine. That shut the little shit up.
and looked under LSD.
If anything, it encouraged me to do it.
"LSD costs around £1-£5 per tab."
"There are no known lasting physical effects from taking it."
"It is not an addictive drug."
The only thing they tried to scare you with was "You might have a frightening trip, depending on your imagination."
Frank ACTUALLY reincarnation of Bill Hicks!
coming back as a website.
He dumped me but I didn't realise it was because his life and coke addiction was so out of control until much later (3 to 6 mths later when he was on a constant downward spiral of a bender post our break up)... which made things very confusing at the time as to WHY a seemingly perfect relationship ended. But it wasn't perfect at all. I was actually pretty naive and didn't realise he was on it quite as often as he was because I don't partake in shoving laundry powder cut with crap up my nose.
He was and is a twat... It took me a year to get over it... amongst other things. I was thinking of him today for some reason. Glad to be away...
i have ever tried, although as has been pointed out, occasionally round someone's house with a few mates can be a delightful treat and videogame aide.