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    What's your poison?

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    Mine's alcoholic ginger beer, refrigerated for as long as possible.

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    I would prefer to drink champagne or vintage port, but have to settle for plonk red.

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    Life (j/k).

    I've no vices.

    "Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."
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    Red wine... or coffee....

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    Proper ginger beer.

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    Cigarettes (i know, I know...)

    And chocolate covered gingerbread cookies. It`s like Christmas in a bite. I kill for that stuff.

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    wasting time on the Internet...

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    self loathing and a lot of booze........catch me in moment of happiness...i become disorientated and run!

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    I would prefer to drink champagne or vintage port
    My dad loves port so much he doesn't let himself near the stuff until the week before and after christmas, otherwise he'd be in a state of constant drunkness. Even over christmas he locks it up and gives the key to my mother, because he knows he'll drink himself stupid. Although apart from that he hardly drinks at all.
    Come to think of it, my entire family have addictive personalities... hmm, I should probably draw a conclusion of some sort, but instead I've drawn a blank.

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    Cigs, coffee, 100-proof Bourbon/whiskey/etc.

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    Dos Equis and some delicious mexican food.

    or,
    A Dr.Pepper and some In-n-Out (or Chick-Fil-A)

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Grapefruit and cranberries.

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    Mt Dew.

    Bourbon.

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    And then God said, "Let us make man in our likeness and our image. Let us make him ridiculously hard to draw so that poor artists everywhere will have to spend 10,000+ hours failing repeatedly before they can begin to capture the form and likeness onto a two-dimensional surface." And there was man. And it was good. And artists everywhere lost their minds.
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    coffee, cigarettes and booze. But I think out of all of those I'm going to cut back on sugar.

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    Ice lattes with vanilla and bouillon cubes.

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    Oh lord talking about the creature I guess.

    I actually never drank once until I was 21 a while back. Though I don't know what it was. If everyone just built it up on a pedestal or something I don't know. I can't drink casually, and hate Beer in general. Have yet to have an even 'ok' tasting beer.

    Though ironically being tall, skinny and little drinking experience for some reason I prefer whisky or something of the like to having to gulp down god knows how many beers to get the same effect.




    Food wise give me hot wings with blue cheese. Give me all kinds. Barbecue types, Pure heat types, spicy yet flavorful. I love them all. My mouths watering a little just thinking about them.

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    Coffee like there's no tomorrow.

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    Pepsi Max
    Ale
    Fresh bread.

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    2C-B.........


    "Clinical studies carried out in Germany have shown that cathinine - the active ingredient of NEXUS - can be effective in temporarily alleviating impotence, frigidity and diminished libido.
    Cathinine is one of various phenylalkylamine compounds that have been isolated from the north African khat bush (Catha edulis) The energizing and empathogenic properties of khat are well known to the peoples of Egypt, Somalia and Kenya, who have, for centuries, been using the leaves and flowers as a tonic - as well as utilising khat for therapeutic and theurgic purposes."

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    cigs, coffee, ales n stouts

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    bourbon, whiskey
    and these bad boys....
    What's your poison?
    I can seriously eat a whole box of those in one sitting. Needless to say, I make sure to not buy them very often.

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    I never really got into alcohol - it all tastes like crap. When I do drink, I do shots because they're fast and get you drunk nice and quick. My favorite shots are redheaded sluts, which actually taste pretty good.

    But if we're talking 'poison' in a broader sense, my vices are sugar and carbs. I've been trying to reduce them in my daily diet, but it is sooo hard.

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    COFFEE AND SUGAR!! JSFIHPWFjhgj453HSKJKJV

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    Beer and
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    In order of descending frequency:
    Coffee
    Chai Lattes
    Wine (I drink both red and white)
    Pizza

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    Selenium. It's a little more exotic than the arsenic/cyanide murder mystery two-fer but not as cheesy as those untraceable jungle poisons pulp authors were into.

    Oh wait... we were talking vices. I like aged sake, gin and tonics, and weird beer. Also, salty chocolate. And bacon.

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    ...after a quick check list through this thread, I've come to the conclusion that 96% of this forum has been either dead or in a coma for the last two years...

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