Personal Life

  • Weight loss
    For some time I've noticed my clothes seemed too loose on me. After a trip to the store, and a measurement, I discovered I have gone from a pant size 50 to a 46. 

    For celebration I purchased my first Blazer which I was able to buy off the rack because I can fit now and didn't need one to be special made for larger people.
  • Cocaine review
    So I tried Cocaine for the first time today, and once you're on cocaine, it's hard to stop. This wonderful red liquid comes in a handy 8.4oz can and is infested with caffeine, 280mg. 280mg of caffeine is the recommended daily maximum amount a healthy adult should consume. 280mg of caffeine is equal to three and a half Red Bull energy drinks. It is also more caffeine than consuming two entire cans of Rockstar energy drinks.

    Besides being infested with a dangerous amount of caffeine, this little beast packs a high amount of sugar at 16g and ass loads of sodium at 200mg. Between the caffeine, sodium and sugar there is enough to send an adult into heart trouble if consumed too fast or they are not healthy enough. Drinking quickly can result in heart arrhythmia or even death if the heart is already unhealthy or weak. Cocaine also comes with the lovely warning label that the drink should be consumed by healthy adults only and strongly urges people to not consume more than 1 can per day and no other caffeine beverages after for the rest of the day.

    Cocaine has a lovely death red appearance and smells like a fruit juice mix. For being so high in caffeine, sodium and sugar, cocaine is surprisingly drinkable considering it should taste like a 9v battery covered in sidewalk chalk. From the first sip of cocaine you'll fall in love with the fruity taste of it and regret the immediate dry mouth after each sip. If you can stand the supercharged sugary taste mixed with the fruit then you'll adore cocaine.

    Cocaine also has lovely side effects such as dehydration for its high caffeine count so many glasses of water are recommended for the rest of the day as your only drink. After consuming cocaine I can say I was alert and awakened almost immediately for a very considerable amount of time.

    I recommend cocaine be consumed very slowly with caution over the course of 45-75 minutes as a nice refreshing heart killing drink. I would also recommend you check to make sure your heart is healthy enough as it will cause just as many problems as the actual drug only without the severe impotence.

    Cocaine is also packed with Vitamins and comes with a high amount of Taurine to make you jerk off at unsafe speeds and ejaculate with the force of God. Cocaine Mild is enjoyable and I recommend the Mild as the Spicy Hot is too hot for consumption. In fact due to the dangers I would not recommend Cocaine to be consumed two days in a row, or even every other day for that matter. I would space these out by three or even four days apart followed by lots of water. 

    Supplement Facts:
    Serving size....1 can (8.4oz)
    Calories....70
    Carbohydrates....16g (5%)
    Sugars....16g
    Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)....60mg (100%)
    Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI)....6mg (300%)
    Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin)....36mcg (600%)
    Sodium....200mg (8%)

    Taurine....750mg
    Caffeine....280mg
    D-Ribose....250mg
    Inositol....100mg
    L-Camltine....50mg
    Guarana Seed Extract....10.5mg

    Controversy:
    When Cocaine was announced in 2006 it resulted in immediate backlash due to its name and the FDA sent a letter to Redux Beverages that they cease sale and production of the drink as it influenced people to purchase the street drug and its unsafe levels of caffeine. It was pulled from every store and banned by the FDA, that's right, this drink was banned.

    In 2007 Redux Beverages changed the formula and released it as "No Name" for sale in stores. The FDA lifted the ban probably due to a lawsuit. You can purchase Cocaine online from the official store where only 2 versions exist. Spicy Hot and Mild. Cocaine is still banned in the state of Texas and the country of Australia.

    drinkcocaine.com


    • Keiryu I drink a lot of energy drinks myself so it's always nice to find some new ones. But from what ya are saying that just sounds way to sweet for my taste. So I'll probably pass.

      However. I like how ya added that tidbit trivia at the end interesting to know.
    • SimMan The only problem I have with all these energy drinks : I can't stand that fake sugary taste. I would rather drink something bitter.
  • First time snorting yayo
    Sorry, I'm new at this.
  • The Dark Mage
    Costume for Halloween 2017.

    Inspired by Daedolon the Mage from the 1995 video game "HeXen: Beyond Heretic" developed by Raven Software, published by id Software and distributed by GT Interactive beginning on October 30'th, 1995. It is the sequel to the 1994 video game "Heretic"

    "Heretic" won several awards for excellence and after it's huge success two additional episodes were released for free, upgrading the original to "Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders" which was released March 31'st, 1996.  The original version of Heretic with three episodes was subsequently discontinued.


    Robe, belt, dagger and scepter bought at the store I work at. Cross of Suffering, Eye of the Devil and Agla Ring from Alchemy of England.





    • Ebony hmm very nice but i get more a "dark priest" as opposed to a spell caster. there not much to show hes a dark magic user. but thats just me very good and i think the dagger is a nice touch though (but it does make em think "cultist")
    • Rasheed Awesome work, bro! I am too broke to do anything this year!
    • Keiryu Considering i am enough to frighten grown man. I don't think imma dress up.
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  • Deus Vult at work
  • I take a shit on BLM (or as we call it, posting facts)
    • Mike Oh no no no no no no no.
      I would honestly like to see your sources.

      I'm not about to defend nor condone criminals, and murderer, but what I will say is
      For most of them, to some extend, I would say Its not their fault.
      What we are seeing right now Is simply the outcome of how black people have been treated, and how they are getting treated now.
      Sure we can't keep dwelling in the past, but we can't forget it either (Which a lot of white people do, when they talk about black communities).
      For most of them Its been generations of not being able to get jobs and similar things, because of the color of their skin, so they have had to finds other means of doing things, which leads to the way things are today.
      Sure some (a lot) of black people have been able to pull themselves out of all of this, and noticed how I said pull themselves out, because that is what they had to do, because white people have forgotten, where as black people they are somewhat forced not to, and are currently living in the environment that has been left by history to live in.
      Not to mention the casual racism they still have to endure.

      Those statistic will probably not change for a long time, not until white people realize that we gotta help, not because "Its our fault", we had no say In It.
      But because history have been cruel to them, and Its our responsibility as a community, as human beings, to take care of each other.
      Its not just enough to say grow some balls and be an adult, take some responsibility for yourself, because If no one Is there to teach them otherwise, how will they learn?
  • Zombie Wallet
    A unique item I came across by complete accident a few weeks ago. I discovered a site where artists sell their creations. This wallet struck my eye (HAHAHA GET IT, EYE) as it is large and would save me pocket space.

    I took a very large gamble on purchasing this. The shop is run in Russia and this could have gone wrong quickly (lost in mail, failure to deliver, translation errors) but after several anxiety filled minutes I decided to purchase it, my stomach sank because I realized I would be out a lot, A. LOT. of money if something went wrong.

    But today special delivery arrived in a several layered bubbled wrapped box was my new wallet. It holds everything including my phone with belt attachment, this saved me a lot of pocket space.

    The people who make these items are very helpful and even provided 4 cards to hand out to people. I'm very pleased with the work done and took about 2 weeks for delivery. You can check out their shop here:

    https://www.etsy.com/shop/FamilySkiners
     

    • SimMan it's off topic, but I keep staring at that bed sheet / table cloth instead it's kind of distracting. Pretty cool wallet.
  • Who dares me?
    Anyone?
  • Alchemy Ring (Eye of the Devil)
    Arrived today. A hypnotically sinister blood red Swarovski crystal eye, staring into the eye of any onlooker.
  • Alchemy Ring (Agla)
    Arrived today. The ring features five magical talismans of profit and protection. The central Kabbalistic
    sigillum 'Agla', stands for 'Thou art mighty forever, O Lord', with the
    remaining four seals for love, memory, safety and peace.

    Alchemy is the practice of turning metal into gold. Alchemy was the first science, many alchemists were overwhelmingly Christian. There you have it folks, science would not exist without Christianity. Eat it Bill Nye the "I have no scientific degree in anything" Guy.

  • Fear57's Freedomwall commercial
    Here it is folks, the most painful pile of cringe and the worst shit you'll ever see.
  • Smokes currently on hand
    My entire cigar collection. All smoke ready.
  • Clinger
    So this thing just refused to let go.
  • #SmokeLikeaKing
    Royal Danish Sangre Azul. I've always wanted to try a Royal Danish, but due to them selling so fast you can't order 1 or a pack of 5, so I just bought the whole damn box of 50. These are the most expensive cigars I've purchased box wise ($269.99) and they are worth every penny.

    The size is small and box pressed making for a nice 1 hour smoke. A cigar of this size should be closer to the 30-45 minute mark, but because of the wrapper it is a nice slow burn. You truly feel like royalty smoking these. If you can find them in singles they will only run you around $6 a stick, a very very moderate price for a cigar of this caliber.
  • None more negative
    Today marks the seventh year of Peter's passing. I decided to grab a tribute shirt for the occasion. Wore it while taking a walk in a national park, amazing how quickly you have the trails of the woods to yourself when wearing a shirt saying "This blood's for you" while open carrying a firearm listening to a song about suicide, best 2 hours ever.

    R.I.P. Peter Steele 1962-2010