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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    but what happens if I need 65?
    ...look for a poem about a bottle of vodka and a shotgun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...look for a poem about a bottle of vodka and a shotgun...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW
    but what happens if I need 65?
    I dare say that if you've made it through the first 64 without wanting to top yourself then you'll probably be fine.

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    Phew.

    I was worried, like. Now working on the 3 Million plus vodka and guns poems.

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    Four trolling posts by the idiotic KW, one by Tomcat and only one by Ant.

    And people wonder why this forum is going downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Four trolling posts by the idiotic KW, one by Tomcat and only one by Ant.

    And people wonder why this forum is going downhill.

    Oh, you are right.

    I fell terrible now.

    What this forum needs is more poetry.

    True Love: Have you ever had it?-201311211938_2013112017275_poetry-heaven-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    And people wonder why this forum is going downhill.
    ...your interminable whining and self-centered bitching?

    My post had nothing to do with you.

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    True Love: Have you ever had it?-10823-success-poems-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Four trolling posts by the idiotic KW, one by Tomcat and only one by Ant.

    And people wonder why this forum is going downhill.
    So if someone contradicts or does not agree with you its trolling? I see where some problems may occur, or may have occurred in your life.

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    Still all this toing and froing must be life affirming for wally, yours has to be better than this eh Wal.

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    Here ya go Wally:


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    hi Wally.


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    I had crippling anxiety in Thailand - and you wanna try getting help for mental distress in Isaan, where they're all fucking nuts in the first place. Firstly I had to communicate my issue in a different language, and happily skipped out of the clinic with a sackful of medication which I later found to be for agoraphobia. Then I was prescribed some other drug which had a pretty cataclysmal reaction with booze - I can't remember some four days of my life but I woke up in a hotel about 200km from my house. So that medication could fuck off. Then I went on somet else and it eventually did the trick. I'd say most of the issue was booze and drug induced, it's a vicious cycle - and the only real cure for me started when I began cycling, and it only got better when I started running - then I started eating good food, getting good sleep, which makes you feel like a better person.

    Cycling from Land's End to John o' Groats was a turning point for me. I wasn't particularly fit at the time but it made me realise that on the other side of wallowing and booze and drugs that there are countless more wholesome and totally more fulfilling ways to live.

    I'd suggest looking into some form of exercise, and cycle touring is a great way to start.

    I was listening to a podcast the other day and a movement specialist (yes, they exist) said that it is clinically proven that muscle contractions, be it from lifting weights, press-ups, running, hiking, whatever, release a chemical (not seratonin, but somet else I can't remember the name of) that counters depression. I've never had depression, but can empathise with you on how dark life looks - it's shit. But there's a way out. And it starts by putting on some trainers and getting out of breath.

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    Try and stay away from alcohol and learn to love yourself, or a sex doll, like that strange Simon dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Cycling from Land's End to John o' Groats was a turning point for me. I wasn't particularly fit at the time but it made me realise that on the other side of wallowing and booze and drugs that there are countless more wholesome and totally more fulfilling ways to live.
    A bladdy great thread, that was!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I was listening to a podcast the other day and a movement specialist (yes, they exist) said that it is clinically proven that muscle contractions, be it from lifting weights, press-ups, running, hiking, whatever, release a chemical (not seratonin, but somet else I can't remember the name of) that counters depression. I've never had depression, but can empathise with you on how dark life looks - it's shit. But there's a way out. And it starts by putting on some trainers and getting out of breath.
    Dopamine, a great friend of mine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Still all this toing and froing must be life affirming for wally, yours has to be better than this eh Wal.

    I was thinking if LD was PMing me positive affirmations every day I would prolly want to top myself too. But looking at it from your angle, it might actually put things in better perspective. I suspect realizing your own life could never be as sad & miserable as LD's makes a lot of posters grateful to not be a desperate, lonely geriatric that has to threaten strangers on the internet to get attention.
    Dear Anti-vaxers: Enjoy your free trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    I was thinking if LD was PMing me positive affirmations every day I would prolly want to top myself too. But looking at it from your angle, it might actually put things in better perspective. I suspect realizing your own life could never be as sad & miserable as LD's makes a lot of posters grateful to not be a desperate, lonely geriatric that has to threaten strangers on the internet to get attention.

    that’s a very good point, LDs platitudes va realising how sad LD is

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealFuckwit View Post
    that’s a very good point, LDs platitudes va realising how sad LD is
    What is sad in reality is your obsessive trolling, scapegoating, and vacuous comments. You are on the same level as Jeff...but malignant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I had crippling anxiety in Thailand - and you wanna try getting help for mental distress in Isaan, where they're all fucking nuts in the first place. Firstly I had to communicate my issue in a different language, and happily skipped out of the clinic with a sackful of medication which I later found to be for agoraphobia. Then I was prescribed some other drug which had a pretty cataclysmal reaction with booze - I can't remember some four days of my life but I woke up in a hotel about 200km from my house. So that medication could fuck off. Then I went on somet else and it eventually did the trick. I'd say most of the issue was booze and drug induced, it's a vicious cycle - and the only real cure for me started when I began cycling, and it only got better when I started running - then I started eating good food, getting good sleep, which makes you feel like a better person.

    Cycling from Land's End to John o' Groats was a turning point for me. I wasn't particularly fit at the time but it made me realise that on the other side of wallowing and booze and drugs that there are countless more wholesome and totally more fulfilling ways to live.

    I'd suggest looking into some form of exercise, and cycle touring is a great way to start.

    I was listening to a podcast the other day and a movement specialist (yes, they exist) said that it is clinically proven that muscle contractions, be it from lifting weights, press-ups, running, hiking, whatever, release a chemical (not seratonin, but somet else I can't remember the name of) that counters depression. I've never had depression, but can empathise with you on how dark life looks - it's shit. But there's a way out. And it starts by putting on some trainers and getting out of breath.
    Good advice.
    Are you thinking of dopamine ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I had crippling anxiety in Thailand - and you wanna try getting help for mental distress in Isaan, where they're all fucking nuts in the first place. Firstly I had to communicate my issue in a different language, and happily skipped out of the clinic with a sackful of medication which I later found to be for agoraphobia. Then I was prescribed some other drug which had a pretty cataclysmal reaction with booze - I can't remember some four days of my life but I woke up in a hotel about 200km from my house. So that medication could fuck off. Then I went on somet else and it eventually did the trick. I'd say most of the issue was booze and drug induced, it's a vicious cycle - and the only real cure for me started when I began cycling, and it only got better when I started running - then I started eating good food, getting good sleep, which makes you feel like a better person.

    Cycling from Land's End to John o' Groats was a turning point for me. I wasn't particularly fit at the time but it made me realise that on the other side of wallowing and booze and drugs that there are countless more wholesome and totally more fulfilling ways to live.

    I'd suggest looking into some form of exercise, and cycle touring is a great way to start.

    I was listening to a podcast the other day and a movement specialist (yes, they exist) said that it is clinically proven that muscle contractions, be it from lifting weights, press-ups, running, hiking, whatever, release a chemical (not seratonin, but somet else I can't remember the name of) that counters depression. I've never had depression, but can empathise with you on how dark life looks - it's shit. But there's a way out. And it starts by putting on some trainers and getting out of breath.
    7 grams of good kratom will help that anxiety

    anyway love is gay

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    what about gay love?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    what about gay love?
    Let's not make this a Trump and Putin thread please

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    Morning, Wally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
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    Morning, Wally!
    ...he may feel posters have drifted away from his agony and on to their own...selfish bastards that we are...

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