What do you do that's considered underground?
Graffiti, dog fighting, sex parties etc.
Im Level 2 MGTOW. I dont think its underground as much as it hasnt become mainstream yet.
Depends what sort of graffiti. If you are painting in the sunshine at a free wall with it's lamestream but if you are climbing rooftops and running lines to bomb trains that's a world I would consider underground.
i got my tag thrown up all over manhattan harlem chelsea high up on the wall opposite the platform where i climbed the rafter. if banksy can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars graff is mainstream imo
Not just illegal, not even necessarily illegal. E.g. smoking weed is mainstream, manufacturing research chemicals which might be unclassified i would say is underground niche. Admittedly the terminology is subjective so whatever you think.
I used to live in the underground bunkers that were mainly used during the Cold War. Just being in those bunkers really scared me that government officials thought a war of historic proportions could break out. Really weird places.
It's rather how intimate you want to be with the high. Heroin like coke or meth has that extreme high which will aways mask the worst of what you are doing, until you're so spent you can only inject cynically.
Drugs or the government?
I don't need you to teach me about drugs, kid. Keep being edgy, though.
Heroin and meth are horrible. I remember I started smoking weed and being all chill. Then one day some other dude offered me a hit from his crack pipe. I was with my pothead friends and they told me that shit was bad. I shrugged and took a hit anyways. It didn't do anything but then that dude was always hitting me up to hangout and shit. This was the early 2000s so it was over the phone and my parents would get mad because they knew he was trouble. I'll admit the first few times I wasn't addicted but like a year later I was smoking weed like I normally did and I got a sudden rush like a change in mood and I started craving meth. I went over to that guy's place pretending to just wanting to hangout. I knew he was a dealer but I thought that being a friend he would he would just say fuck it and here you go anon. But it wasn't like that, he asked for $50 a pop. The first times I could it and find a way to get the cash but later on I didn't have the cash so I stole from my parents. Then I started pawning whatever shit we had around the house till they kicked me out. I was 15 and I looked for a job but no success. There was this small freeway underpass, it went underneath the freeway and it was like a mile long. You would walk through it and about half way there was this wooden thing that you could easily ply open. It had no lights or shit like that, so when you wanna go in there you have to have your own light or something. It's a small room with long pipes that serve as vents. The actual door was broken down and random people would come in there and do drugs and shit. A few times I had to share that room with homeless and other junkies but usually it was me by myself. Drugs can lead to some crazy shit man.
I run a meth empire with an annoying teen I plan to kill at least twice a season.
@OP, this might be relevant to you:
Dark Days (2000), documentary
Great documentary (seen it a few months ago) about a group of homeless people living underground New York in abandoned/old train/metro tunnels. Beautifully illustrated and quite shocking to see.
And I beat my handicapped son with dipping sticks.
> Implying that's what street art is all about
its great fun.. some places like the old power plant thingy I went too were well known so therefore covered in grafitti which was a shame,
the theatre on the other hand kinda remained hidden away for years and it was like stepping into the past going in there - not a single peice of vandalism.
someone did see us go in and report us for apparently robbing the place so were met with about 6 police officers when we left and ended up getting arrested lol