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Staying alive?


Drug Experience

For whoever is curious: There's 90 substances listed now.

Stimulants and empathogens:
Drug of choice

Please be aware that this is merely based on my subjective experience.

Primarily, I'm an extensive amphetamine abuser, by choice. (I am aware of this sounding like a lame excuse, it's not. I'm fine with my use.) On this list there's a some drugs that I've only tried once, to experience its effects. Some of these experiences were amazing enough to make me want to use them again. Some drugs that are in my opinion to be considered the most enjoyable (from their category) would be, in random order:
Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, 3-MMC
Flubromazepam, Flunitrazolam, Etizolam, GHB
Ketamine, Methoxetamine, 2'-Oxo-PCE
There are also a few drugs that, in my opinion, are overrated or not enjoyable at all. These drugs are: Cocaine, Pentedrone, Methylphenidate, 3-MeO-PCP and Salvia Divinorum.

Please inform yourself as good as you possibly can before trying anything and make your own decisions!
Don't take anyone's word for it.
It's your body, you know what information is relevant to you.
If something goes wrong, it is your own mistake, not theirs.
If studying relevant information thoroughly is too much effort to you, it might be wise to reconsider using drugs.

Other information

Nah, I rather use my laptop.


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Video games

Quit gaming, since I've experienced it to be holding me back.


Yes, please.


Mostly water throughout the day and beer in the night.

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Real name

Kety Perry






September 2nd


Customer Support in IT


After 4 study attempts, I have decided that I won't be wasting any more energy on what appears to be a lost cause. (For now, at least) However, I really enjoy working and am truly appreciated by both (most) customers as well as my employer. It turns out I'm insanely determined and motivated when I am confronted with real-world-problems to fix.

About me

The guy that makes mistakes so that you don't have to.

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posted 643 days ago

en ja ik heb in mn space een account gemaakt om je een bericht te sturen want ik denk dat ik mezelf ben tegengekomen:))

posted 1607 days ago

hey dude, I just saw your last edit to your personal profile. I know we don't know each other at all, but I just wanted to say congratulations on making it this far and best of luck in seeing this next phase of your life through! Keep on keeping on, as they say :)

posted 2026 days ago

thanks for the edits dude :)

posted 2056 days ago

Thank you for thanking me for thanking you!

posted 2145 days ago

Hey Perry, I've moved your article on oxazepam to the discussion page until it is complete. Using discussion pages is the best way to write a new drug article so it doesn't clog up the site and google with incomplete pages. :)

Thanks so much for your contributions <3

posted 2187 days ago

What I mean is the pros of alcohol have been contested. The pro you mention was seen in a small study of a particular subgroup of the population and the effect was really small, even if statistically significant. That means that the cons outweight the pros in alcohol even in moderate doses. That's not the case with MDMA where even relatively high doses well spaced in time produce no ill effect as far as I know. I cite the chapter I mentioned before: "Physiologically, alcohol’s benefits have never been proven, but the idea that low levels of drinking are protective is a pervasive myth – and a very useful one for the industry. We know that, 14for a particular group of people (middle-aged men), those that drink small amounts, particularly of red wine, have slightly lower levels of heart disease than those who don’t drink at all. However, this may be because this group have more-healthy lifestyles, or because of the “sick teetotaller effect” – where many people give up alcohol because they are ill (perhaps from some other disease); their worse health outcomes may have nothing to do with whether or not they drink, but do make the health statistics of non-drinkers appear worse. To know for sure if alcohol is actually preventing heart disease, we would need to do a randomised trial where some of this group drink no alcohol, others drink it in small amounts and others drink more heavily. Until this experiment has been done we don’t have proof that alcohol has health benefits.

As I’ve written before, there is 15no such thing as a safe level of alcohol consumption. Alcohol is a toxin that kill cells and organisms, which is why we use it to preserve food and sterilise needles. Acetaldehyde, produced when the body breaks down alcohol, is even more toxic, and any food or drink contaminated with the amount of acetaldehyde that a unit of alcohol produces would immediately be banned as having an unacceptable health risk."

posted 2188 days ago

Hi Perry, regarding the message you wrote to osky about harms, I think you should read the chapter about alcohol in David Nutt's book "Drugs without the hot air". He explains really well there why taking alcohol in moderation doesn't do you any good. Cheers :)