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post #16 of 20
You could stop bathing.
post #17 of 20
Rather than changing your wardrobe, my suggestion is to start talking to yourself. Have an argument. You need to behave like a psycho. Why spend money when you can freak people out merely by your behavior?
post #18 of 20
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Being an ex vein-collapser myself, I found the opposite effect than most would think, everyone who found out or who I told of my past sickness was not repulsed, but awed to the point of asking a million stupid questions about it. I guess thats what happens when heroin becomes "chic".If only these people knew the actual horrors of a habit.Luckily I avoided any permanent scaring my always using a brand new rig, but I digress. No matter what you wear there will always be nosy people trying to pry into other peoples lifes.
I am generally not awed by junkies. If you have track marks you must wear long sleeves. Disease is not chic. If only you knew the actual horrors awaiting you. In general, long sleeves are appropriate for junkies. A cheap cotton in a busy pattern is a good choice- when you throw up the small breakfast your parents force you to eat it won't show, the third time you wear it. Junkies are not generally stylish, but they do tend to follow the styles they have been brought up in. Other than that, of course, you'll be stylish. I have taken a few drugs in my day. None of them were "chic". OTOH... Anyway, I'm talking about clothes. All the guys out there with a choice will make a good decision, I hope.
post #19 of 20
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See, thats what I don't get? Where do people get off on the idea such is admirable or "chic"...? I'm disgusted by that kind of thing, I don't want people to see, and I'm sure as hell not proud/looking to impress anybody with it.
post #20 of 20
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See, thats what I don't get? Where do people get off on the idea such is admirable or "chic"...? I'm disgusted by that kind of thing, I don't want people to see, and I'm sure as hell not proud/looking to impress anybody with it.
So why did you mention in, and in so poetic a fashion at that? It seems like you wanted the people on this forum to know you used to be a junkie. The fact was definitely not necessary for your question.
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