Forums The Vibe Chat Life expectancy of a regular raver.

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    Ruff Beat Provider
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    Do you think the life expectancy of someone who goes raving nearly every weekend. takes copious amounts of drugs and stays up for hours on end will be severely cut? Most probably.

    #1222885
    1984
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    I think you would end up sectioned first

    #1222877
    process
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    not sure, but loads of the old rockers are still alive and kicking! hasnt lemmy from motorhead been drinking a bottle of jd a day since he was about twelve?

    #1222882
    joshd96320
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    you win some you lose some

    i expect you win more by actually having fun every weekend but living shorter…

    rather than being cooped up

    #1222879
    GiantMidget
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    I’d say you’d probably live longer. At least at a rave you are dancing about, getting plenty of exercise, it keeps you nice and slim, most raves i’ve been to i’ve never really seen any fatty fats before.

    It’s a common fact that doing lots of drugs is actually good for the body as is staying up for hours on end is good for the mind.

    Nothing to worry about mate.

    #1222883
    Clusterfrog
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    depends on your chems of preference

    take speed and drink shed loads of alcohol every weekend then you’re in trouble

    if you get by on a couple of drops of cid and a bit of weed you wont do yourself much harm.

    ket wont do you much good in the long term either

    #1222875
    General Lighting
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    unless they OD or are killed in a road traffic collision or a violent incident (unfortunately still a risk due to prohibition and also peoples impulsive behaviour) then I don’t think ravers or even long term heavy drug users are at that much risk of dying early….

    however those what don’t treat their body well might be plagued by chronic illnesses for much of their middle years and wish that they were dead (some might even end their lives because of it).

    stuff like livers and kidneys are worth looking after!

    #1222881
    bryonbond
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    Its better for the soul to do something you genuinely love

    #1222872
    Anonymous

    long term E = deppression
    long term stimulants = fatigue
    long term K = oap-like health problems. retardedness
    long term psychedelics = wisdom

    which do you choose? raaa

    #1222873
    Anonymous

    anyone know what ozzy cained in his party years? hasnt done him any favours in the long run watever itwas. can barely talk!

    #1222886
    1984
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    @CozMik 371854 wrote:

    anyone know what ozzy cained in his party years? hasnt done him any favours in the long run watever itwas. can barely talk!

    a hell of a lot of coke and alcohol just about everything else going

    #1222874
    Anonymous

    SHAaAAARROOONNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    #1222887
    1984
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    @CozMik 371866 wrote:

    SHAaAAARROOONNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    she was what gave him the shakes the rest was to just stay sain

    #1222878
    starlaugh
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    @CozMik 371854 wrote:

    anyone know what ozzy cained in his party years? hasnt done him any favours in the long run watever itwas. can barely talk!

    I have seen some interviews with him and he comes across as a funny bloke and quite intelligent (maybe I was expecting him to be a retard!)

    #1222880
    GiantMidget
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    @starlaugh 371943 wrote:

    I have seen some interviews with him and he comes across as a funny bloke and quite intelligent (maybe I was expecting him to be a retard!)

    It’s cos of that reality show he did with MTV, They blatantly told him to act like a space cadet. I’ve seen him on other stuff and while he does slur a little he is no where near as bad as he’s portrayed on Meet the Osbournes! 😉

    #1222884
    Buzz
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    ozzy is just a bit pickled lol. i suspect in his day he probably took anything offered to him though.

    #1222876
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    there are ofcom rules what state that it is not acceptable to put a positive image of drug users on mainstream telly, so they would definitely try and make him look like he was in a worse state than he really is.

    TBH my own father could be a bit “odd” when he had been on the valium (including putting up a picture of Tony Blair in the loo, and getting into a turf war for a stairwell with our own family cats (he lost) – but until he was too unwell to work, he held down a very responsible professional job in a well respected local engineering firm….

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