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    The BBC, which have harassed our founders among others, is now actively promoting a seller along with the SN method in their news article here.

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Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

Sunflower Panda
Apr 6, 2018
586
ditto, 123, there are very few things that interest me. I used to find it a problem but only because I figured I'd never be able to kill myself. Now I'm thankful I lack attachments.
 
Angel2018

Angel2018

Member
Sep 20, 2018
30
When I was 14 years old I had an alcohol poisonig. I didn't even realize that something was wrong. I was drinking with good friends and after some shots of whisky I felt nausea and thought that I was going to puke. But I didn't feel too bad so I just ignored it and continued drinking. When I stood up to walk to the bathroom I just fell down to the ground and went unconscious. Slept for about 24 hours and woke up in the hospital. The doctors told me that I almost didn't make it and I needed to stay in the hospital for some days. But it wasn't painful or something to have alcohol poisonig. Or maybe I was just lucky
 
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Walilamdzi

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Mar 21, 2019
1,700
When I was 14 years old I had an alcohol poisonig. I didn't even realize that something was wrong. I was drinking with good friends and after some shots of whisky I felt nausea and thought that I was going to puke. But I didn't feel too bad so I just ignored it and continued drinking. When I stood up to walk to the bathroom I just fell down to the ground and went unconscious. Slept for about 24 hours and woke up in the hospital. The doctors told me that I almost didn't make it and I needed to stay in the hospital for some days. But it wasn't painful or something to have alcohol poisonig. Or maybe I was just lucky

That's interesting, that you didn't really feel discomfort. Does anyone have more insight on this? I've read some news stories lately of people dying accidentally from alcohol poisoning so...
 

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