Drinking releases me from my OCD, which rules all parts of my life. And it makes me fun enough that women want me around. I'm a totally boring faggot sober.
Met a girl on a vacation with friends about 7 years ago. She was a friend-of-a-friend-of-a-friend. That kinda thing. She was very standoff-ish and hostile with me for the first 30 minutes, until I opened up some liquor and started trying to be getting drunk as fast as possible. Soon enough, I was hammered ,and her and I were making out. Over the weekend, her and I fooled around a lot.
After the vacation ended, her and I went our separate ways and I never tried to contact her. She'd been asking my best friend why I never gave her my number or tried to reach out to her so her and I could keep seeing each other. I didn't want her to find out what I really am sober: dumb, shy, lame, autistic, you name it.
Wanted that bitch to remember me as Spider-Man, not Peter Parker.
>>25578052 Nah. There were brief moments over the weekend where I was stone-sober, and there was absolutely zero chemistry going on. My sober side doesn't have a prey drive, I'm too much of an awkward pussy to make anything happen. Her disappointment was palpable when I was sober, because she was waiting for me to pull the trigger and I couldn't. Liquor fixed that pretty fast,but I can't be drunk 24/7
In a way, I'm kind of okay with it. I meet a lot of people drunk, but never ever see them again. I love being remembered solely as who I was when in those moments as a charismatic, fun-loving dude able to inexplicably get women.
Will always be some heartbreak thanks to knowing I'm only briefly like that. But, in the end, I've come to terms with it. It's good to leave on a high point.
"Real excitement" is subjective and a pleb response.
Certain people will never be fulfilled by anything reality has to offer and are forever doomed to indulging heavily in escapism to find what real life sorely lacks.
Video games, books, tv/films all sell us dreams of things we're constantly in want of but are never fully within grasp. Life isn't really a fantastic thing...it's mostly monotonous with a few breaks in between.
I am the happiest, nicest, sweetest dude when I'm drunk but when I'm sober I'm a total miserable sad-faced piece of shit who can't talk to even my friends or family.
I need to get completely destroyed to be social. That's how I won (and lost) my last girl. That's the only way my friends know me, I tried quitting lately and every time I see my friends it's awful, I can't barely talk and I'm not the same crazy, guy they know.
Then again when I'm drunk I just become crazy and do anything to make people laugh or freak people out. It's not truly who I am but just a part of me, and unfortunately I can only be a likeable person when I'm fucked up.
>my tolerance is destroyed so this has become harder and harder to deal with
>>25578556 >"pleb response" "pleb response" is a pleb response
Certain plebs will never be fulfilled by anything reality has to offer and are forever doomed to indulging heavily in escapism to find what real life sorely lacks.
Education, books, and intelligence all allow us dreams of things we're constantly in want of and are able to fully grasp. Life isn't really a fantastic thing...it's the middle grown between idealism and reality.
My brain is simply incapable of experiencing excitment or happiness when I'm sober except in reacting to improbable events that go in my favor. But when Im intoxicated I have access to all sorts of feelings that I can't imagine when I'm sober.
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