Most addictive thing?

Duff-MaN_

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[QUOTE="wesmore24, post: 5548614]What is thing are you most addicted to?[/QUOTE]

You're mothers loving.


mmmmmmmm
 

DarkVincent07

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Buying video games on impulse
Buying chocolate and chocolate milk too often
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Facebook
PSU

Not even addicted to playing games, just wanting more of them. I'm actually pretty self controlled with gaming itself. haha
 

wesmore24

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[QUOTE="DarkVincent07, post: 5548647]Buying video games on impulse
Buying chocolate and chocolate milk too often

PSU

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Same here i get 2 cartons of chocolate milk every day at lunch at school, and who isnt addicted to psu?
 
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Fenix

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[QUOTE="DarkVincent07, post: 5548647]Buying video games on impulse
Buying chocolate and chocolate milk too often
Tumblr
Facebook
PSU

Not even addicted to playing games, just wanting more of them. I'm actually pretty self controlled with gaming itself. haha[/QUOTE]

Bolded are the same, I browse joystiq and PSu daily and multiple times a day.

Apart from that I am on Minecraft.

Honestly I need to stop buying games, its getting out of control. But then sales happen and its like.. **** x.x
 

Icc

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[QUOTE="$Greatness$, post: 5548664]Half and Half (Not that Arnold Palmer garbage. Real lemonade and tea)

And...

Catchin' the neck

Yessir![/QUOTE]

blasphemy!!! that stuff is my heroin. i can buy a gallon of that stuff and it'll be gone in a couple hours.
 

Xelios

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Murder. I can't help it, as hard as I try to mend my ways, I always go back to it. How I yearn to be free of these earthly throes. I just, you know, can't help it.

The way they beg for their lives is incredibly satisfying. The gleam on their pupil as they realize their time is up, and nothing can be done for an extension. That moment their life flashes before their eyes. It's all so subtle, but you realize it as it's happening. They've come to accept the terms of their death, and even though fear still pours out, you can almost detect a sense of felicity. The adrenaline pouring into their blood takes them to a realm like no other, as you commit the deed. The knife goes in with ease, like you wouldn't believe. The hard part is dislodging it without disemboweling them. The sheer amount of blood and body organs is an incredible sight at first, and still is for me. The look of shock on their face is a unique one as well. They realize what has just happened to them, yet the adrenaline keeps them from reacting too much, almost as a suppressant. As they keel over after the blade removal, you can hear them suck in one last breath. It sits inside their lungs as their muscles contract, trying their best to stop the blood from hemorrhaging. It's fruitless, it just keeps pouring out endlessly like The Niagara. While they lay on their side as the blood pools around them, you hear the air slowly escape the body, almost as if it were a metaphor for their life. There is no replacement for such an experience.
 
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Icc

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[QUOTE="Xelios, post: 5548692]Murder. I can't help it, as hard as I try to mend my ways, I always go back to it. How I yearn to be free of these earthly throes. I just, you know, can't help it.

The way they beg for their lives is incredibly satisfying. The gleam on their pupil as they realize their time is up, and nothing can be done for an extension. That moment their life flashes before their eyes. It's all so subtle, but you realize it as it's happening. They've come to accept the terms of their death, and even though fear still pours out, you can almost detect a sense of felicity. The adrenaline pouring into their blood takes them to a realm like no other, as you commit the deed. The knife goes in with ease, like you wouldn't believe. The hard part is dislodging it without disemboweling them. The sheer amount of blood and body organs is an incredible sight at first, and still is for me. The look of shock on their face is a unique one as well. They realize what has just happened to them, yet the adrenaline keeps them from reacting too much, almost as a suppressant. As they keel over after the blade removal, you can hear them suck in one last breath. It sits inside their lungs as their muscles contract, trying their best to stop the blood from hemorrhaging. It's fruitless, it just keeps pouring out endlessly like The Niagara. While they lay on their side as the blood pools around them, you hear the air slowly escape the body, almost as if it were a metaphor for their life. There is no replacement for such an experience.[/QUOTE]

like you've ever seen anyone die. lol
 

Xelios

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[QUOTE="Icc, post: 5548706]like you've ever seen anyone die. lol[/QUOTE]

Nah, they're just bits and pieces from a wide range of movies and TV shows I've seen. I think it came out rather well though.
 

Fuzzymon

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[QUOTE="DreDayDetox, post: 5548665]Eating unhealthy food unfortunately.[/QUOTE]

Yeah i've got that same thing I really like taco bell and it's so cheap and filling but I try and limit myself to eating it once a week also sex and video games!
 

Icc

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[QUOTE="Xelios, post: 5548707]Nah, they're just bits and pieces from a wide range of movies and TV shows I've seen. I think it came out rather well though.[/QUOTE]

well enough.

another addiction of mine besides the sweet god juice known as arnold palmer, porn. i love watching porn. amassed a pretty decent collection.
 
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Aah there are so many addictive things in my life :/ Definitely agree with pistachios, and add to that nachos, peanut m&ms and cheetos. mmm! Also browser games, my PS3, checking facebook, etc etc
 
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