10 Weird Things I Learned From Becoming A Meth Addict

June 8, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: TRUTH |

By Alys Mercury

1. ‘Partying with Tina’

When your meth friends use the term “party,” they do not mean the act of going out for a night on the town. I felt pretty lame when – after a couple months of exchanging ‘partying’ in conversation – I had it pointed out that this referred to the act of being on a speed bender, or simply using speed in general. ‘Tina’ might be your aunt’s name, but it’s also short for crystal meth (Christina. Isn’t someone so clever). Also, ‘PnP’ refers to ‘party n play,’ which typically involves getting together for some extended kinky hijinks in a motel room and sharing your drug stash along with the lube and bodily fluids. Now that’s a party.

2. Reptile skin

Using meth on a regular basis has this very unique, and entirely unpleasant, effect on your epidermis. I know the general association is with sores and skin picking, but the more common reality is this…paradox…in which your upper layer is simultaneously dry and vaguely slimey. Along with the sweating, you’re basically never going to feel clean. Your sweat (and even hair) develops this very distinct, unnatural scent. After a while you get used to it. But I’m sure your loved ones don’t.

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

June 8, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Answers, Interesting |

What did John Lennon see in Yoko Ono?

Probably the best account comes from John Lennon himself in the book Lennon Remembers, a transcript of some really long interviews he did with Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone magazine after the breakup of the Beatles.

How did you meet Yoko?

I’m sure I told you this many times.  How did I meet Yoko?  There was a sort of underground clique in London: John Dunbar, who was married to Marianne Faithfull, had an art gallery in London called Indica and I’d been going around to galleries a bit on my off days in between records.  I’d been to see a Takis exhibition–I don’t know if you know what that means–he does multiple electromagnetic sculptures, and a few exhibitions in different galleries who showed these sort of unknown artists or underground artists.  I got the word that this amazing woman was putting on a show next week and there was going to be something about people in bags, in black bags, and it was going to be a bit of a happening and all that.  So I went down to a preview of the show.  I got there the night before it opened.  I went in–she didn’t know who I was or anything–I was wandering around, there was a couple of artsy type students that had been helping lying around there in the gallery, and I was looking at it and I was astounded.  There was an apple on sale there for two hundred quid, I thought it was fantastic–I got the humor in her work immediately.  I didn’t have to have much knowledge about avant-garde or underground art, but the humor got me straightaway.  There was a fresh apple on a stand–this was before Apple–and it was two hundred quid to watch the apple decompose.  But there was another piece which really decided me for-or-against the artist: a ladder which led to a canvas with a chain with a spyglass hanging on the end of it.  This was near the door when you went in.  I climbed the ladder, you look through the spyglass and in tiny little letters it says “yes.”  So it was positive.  I felt relieved.  It’s a great relief when you get up the ladder and you look through the spyglass and it doesn’t say “no” or “fuck you” or something, it said “yes.”

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Take This Dose Of TRUTH And Call Me In The Morning

June 8, 2016 | 18 Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

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Hot Instagram Babe Of The Day: Sierra Skye

June 8, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Babes |

hot instagram babe of the day Sierra Skye

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Awesome Stuff Around The Internet

June 7, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: Links |

We Can’t Get Enough of Kristina Basham on Instagram – Maxim

Adorable 2-Year-Old Triplets Are Best Friends With Their Garbage Men – Ned Hardy

28 Hilarious Pictures Literally All Parents Can Relate To – Linkiest

Axl Rose Trying to Erase ‘Fat Photo’ From Internet – Newser

Ariel Winter and Her Booty Cheeks Back on Set – G-Celeb

How to Become Magnetic: A Guide to Charm and Charisma – Nick Notas

Charlotte McKinney Monster Clown Bewbs in a Bikini – Drunken Stepfather

Why Do the Poor Make Such Poor Decisions? – Medium

Game of Thrones Scenes You Should’ve Paid More Attention To – Ranker

These girls don’t need no stinkin bras – Radass

New Viral Craze #BoobLuge Challenge Is the Dumbest Thing I’ve Seen in at Least Three Days – The Blemish

These Japanese High Schoolers Just Did Something That Scientists Have Never Been Able To Achieve – Slip Talk

44 Mesmerizing Pics of Shailene Woodley – Regretful Morning

Deshauna Barber is your new Miss USA – Celeb Slam

I’m sure a little sideboob can cure the 9-5 blues (30 Photos) – Bad Sentinel

An Inside Look at Nike CEO Mark Parker’s Classy Office (HQ) – Classy Bro

The Best Cosplay of Niagara Falls Comicon 2016 – Double Viking

Smoking hot selfshot of the day (nsfw) – Ehowa


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The Dumping Grounds

June 7, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

funny pictures and videos of the day

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A Tribute To The Hot Girls Of Summer

June 7, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: Compilation |

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3 First Hand Accounts Of Different Life Expereinces

June 7, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: main, TRUTH |

What’s it like to live with Schizophrenia?

If you worked with me or saw me every day, you’d probably think I was a little eccentric—but you might not realize I am mentally ill. You’d notice that sometimes I have an odd way of saying things. Sometimes I get quiet. And sometimes I have bad days when it’s better to leave me alone.

I told my boss and a few close coworkers that I am bipolar because it affords me a bit of leeway with some of my slightly off behavior and my occasional need to call in sick. I never, ever tell people that I am schizophrenic, because they assume that (1) I have multiple personalities or (2) someday I will snap and try to attack them with a broken bottle. Both of which are completely ridiculous.

I think and process information very differently than you do. In my office, I am highly valued for my creative approaches to problems and situations and for my ability to detect patterns across large sets of data. My brain processes much more information than the average brain, and it is constantly at work seeking out and forming connections that the average person would never consider. But on some days, it feels as if someone has changed the rules of reality, and I am the only one who notices. Some days, I believe I have important information that other people aren’t aware of. Sometimes it is vital that I sit in a certain spot on the train or avoid milk because it’s part of an attempt to control my mind. Some days, I see, hear, or believe things that no one else does.

Some days, I feel that every thought in my head is broadcast to the people around me, so I have to be extra careful about what I think because I can’t let the people sitting nearby in the coffee shop find out my secrets. On other days, I pick up extra information about people and situations. I might be able to hear voices that explain what the lady behind me in line at the grocery store is really thinking about me. Most times, this extra perception just buzzes quietly in the back of my brain as I go through my day. Intense episodes happen infrequently.

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