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I think mine is like 42 hours. Cheers
But those were dark days. I remember the concept of reality slipping away and everything becoming more absurd. Brain can't handle it.
Sounds about right. Combo of mdma and cocaine, got to the point where i was no longer able to speak even when i had something to say. Just kept going 'Ah I cant... Cant... Ahhmmm'. Awful really. Spent so much money on drugs and booze and it has no effect at all afyer that long. Finally fell asleep in the back yard at a strangers house party, woke up on the grass around the front sometime later. Fun time that was
It almost gets to the point where I've done so much drugs I'm sober again (although my heart's racing at 200bpm and I'm sweating and I'm pale and I'm going to be sick).
wake up sheeple
it wasn't planned
well almost, fell asleep on someone's shoulder during Rocket From The Crypt on Sunday night
and he never slept, he just read esoteric books all night and took mini powernaps a. during conversations or b. during Arkestra rehearsals - just putting his head down on the keyboard/piano while everyone was playing
so its all fine right
HAS ROTTED MY BRAIN
i may have drifted off occasionally, but 29 hours for the Mark Watson 26 hour marathon for comic relief ( too include the travelling time and pre-show meal0
when I had the toothache
I was not good company by the end of that stint, and I remember it took me an absolute age to get to sleep because my brain/body wouldn't switch off. I had to virtually force myself to sleep.
wasn't that great
didn't make me want to try for a longer stretch
Think I stayed up for almost an entire day once and felt really terrible about it.
Felt really unusual. Saw spider/doctor octopus things out of the corner of my eyes and between shots was convinced the whole set had moved to a totally different place in the room but was also in exactly the same place. !?
Seeing things in the corners of my eyes that weren't there, things began to look convincingly like other things. The auditory hallucinations were probably the worst though, which for me included internal chatter in a variety of accents. I don't suffer from any kind of mental condition, which made it all the more fucked up and scarier. I definitely wouldn't recommend anyone with a mental condition to stay up for over 2 days, it would probably drive them wild.
aided by drugs. Was horrible. Dont know how people can do more than 48 without some kind of assistance.
thanks to way too much bicoastal traveling.
Regularly when I was younger. Back in my amphetamine fuelled days.
I'd die if I did that now, although I did pull an all nighters with my housemate a few weeks back. I got to about 7pm on Saturday night and collapsed into bed.
Combined writing pretty much a whole dissertation for a whole day and night, handing it in, effectively finishing uni in the process, going for lunch with my mum, mates coming round, Great Escape Day 1 & Night 1, drugs, drink, drugs, drink, partying, girls, sleep.