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Ask somebody tripping on acid
#31
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:57)Whateverist Wrote:
(19th November 2016, 14:54)vorlon13 Wrote: Nope

not a chance


Finally!  Did you throw up in your mouth a little?  If so we may be halfway even.

BTW, that might be a DQ in the pic.

I'm not into TVs, so even in that case, it's still a nope.
OH, GOD, I'M GONNA HAVE DIARHEA AGAIN!  URHGGGH!  YOU CAN'T GO TO THE BATHROOM, YOU'RE STACKING SUNDOR ARMOR!  IT'S OK.
MOM! BATHROOM! WHAT HON? BATHROOM!  BATHROOM!

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#32
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:48)Shell B Wrote: For when you're in the visual state, do you find you can see what's actually there more clearly? That was always my experience.

It's crazy because you feel sort of out of it, kind of like after a couple beers, but if you focus then it's clearer than it's ever been.

I'm also getting to the point where colors are changing to the music I'm listening to. I'm enjoying myself.
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#33
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:41)Aegon Wrote: BTW folks, here's what I'm listening to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNecm6tRF74

If you also listen to it, we can be in sync


I approve of your soundtrack choice.  Nice.  Reminded me of how music on acid is so good because you follow each note all the way and the next one and their relatedness sneak up on you and take you by surprise.  The sufficiency of each current note makes each new one a revelation.

Are you anywhere near the ocean?  If so, can you confirm for me that there is a what sounds like a cacophony of monkeys, owls and dragons coming from the water?  That is the way it sounded to me the first time.

First time I tripped I was probably 26 and it was at night at the beach house of a studio musician and his hippy chick friends.  He didn't arrive until much later.  So me and the hippy chicks took a walk along the water which sounded so primally alive.  Also, I had made a drawing of the hippy chick who'd invited me while simply high on weed.  It was a picture of her naked with her hair aflame running across the night sky with the moon behind.  The tripiest thing about the whole experience was as we left the house for our walk, we walked past that drawing which she'd pinned up there.  I swear to gawd the image of her I'd drawn was literally running in place. When I got up close to see how it was doing that I saw that each line I'd drawn was pulsating like a blood vessel seen under a microscope.  When the studio musician guy got home later we sat in a circle in the dark with small hand instruments while he put an electric piano in his lap and played one song after another.  When we got to this one I remember really wailing some heart felt refrains.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6Uht69h8Is
(16th February 2017, 18:16)TheOther JoeFish Wrote: So what you're saying is that I can harass all of the members I want for the next 168 hours, as long as I do so in my signature?
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#34
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 15:14)Whateverist Wrote:
(19th November 2016, 14:41)Aegon Wrote: BTW folks, here's what I'm listening to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNecm6tRF74

If you also listen to it, we can be in sync


I approve of your soundtrack choice.  Nice.  Reminded me of how music on acid is so good because you follow each note all the way and the next one and their relatedness sneak up on you and take you by surprise.  The sufficiency of each current note makes each new one a revelation.

Are you anywhere near the ocean?  If so, can you confirm for me that there is a what sounds like a cacophony of monkeys, owls and dragons coming from the water?  That is the way it sounded to me the first time.

First time I tripped I was probably 26 and it was at night at the beach house of a studio musician and his hippy chick friends.  He didn't arrive until much later.  So me and the hippy chicks took a walk along the water which sounded so primally alive.  Also, I had made a drawing of the hippy chick who'd invited me while simply high on weed.  It was a picture of her naked with her hair aflame running across the night sky with the moon behind.  The tripiest thing about the whole experience was as we left the house for our walk, we walked past that drawing which she'd pinned up there.  I swear to gawd the image of her I'd drawn was literally running in place. When I got up close to see how it was doing that I saw that each line I'd drawn was pulsating like a blood vessel seen under a microscope.  When the studio musician guy got home later we sat in a circle in the dark with small hand instruments while he put an electric piano in his lap and played one song after another.  When we got to this one I remember really wailing some heart felt refrains.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6Uht69h8Is

I grew up on Long Island, but unfortunately am not there right now. I would love to be on the beach while tripping. That's a nice story!
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#35
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 14:47)Faith No More Wrote: Do you like little fluffy clouds?




OH my, this is something
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#36
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
Man the ceiling looks like it's breathing. Very cool.
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#37
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
Watch this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyXtHeHNldE

No just kidding don't.  Watch this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pl3YXl_m0uk

I remember taking acid it was nice.  Not as strong as mushrooms but much much stronger than weed hallucinations.


Are you ready for the fire? We are firemen. WE ARE FIREMEN! The heat doesn’t bother us. We live in the heat. We train in the heat. It tells us that we’re ready, we’re at home, we’re where we’re supposed to be. Flames don’t intimidate us. What do we do? We control the flame. We control them. We move the flames where we want to. And then we extinguish them.

Impersonation is treason.





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#38
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
The halcuinations I got were walls breathing, and just slight movements in stationary objects.  As opposed to mushrooms which made stationary objects melt in front of me and patterns turned into women dancing and all sorts.


Are you ready for the fire? We are firemen. WE ARE FIREMEN! The heat doesn’t bother us. We live in the heat. We train in the heat. It tells us that we’re ready, we’re at home, we’re where we’re supposed to be. Flames don’t intimidate us. What do we do? We control the flame. We control them. We move the flames where we want to. And then we extinguish them.

Impersonation is treason.





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#39
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
(19th November 2016, 15:40)paulpablo Wrote: The halcuinations I got were walls breathing, and just slight movements in stationary objects.  As opposed to mushrooms which made stationary objects melt in front of me and patterns turned into women dancing and all sorts.

My ceiling is very good for this because there's a couple of holes that I see getting bigger, smaller, bigger, smaller. It's almost as if the ceiling has worms coming out of it. Which might freak me out but I know that it's not real, but rather just a cool side effect of this substance. I think this is how people have spiritual journeys on this: they feel like they can experience things because they have no fears...okay, that made more sense to me at the beginning of the sentence. I wasn't sure what I was going for there.
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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#40
RE: Ask somebody tripping on acid
I don't think I've stopped smiling for 90 minutes now. My facial muscles are sore.
"When life begins, we are tender and weak.
When life ends, we are stiff and rigid.
All things, including the grass and the trees,
Are soft and pliable in life, dry and brittle in death.
So the soft and supple are the companions of life,
Whilst the stiff and unyielding are the companions of death.
An army that cannot yield will be defeated.
A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.
Thus, by nature's own decree,
The hard and strong are defeated,
Whilst the soft and gentle are triumphant."
                                                           
                                                           -Lao-tzu


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