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Your favourite memory of the UKRC/UKCR/HH forums
#1
Seeing as though this place is abit of a grave yard. Can we share our happiest, funniest and downright absurd stories we have bare witness to whilst being around, let's be honest, the height of society.

I'll start, I still have a huge love for Rafterman after a 6-apb IRC session that went on until the early hours of any random day.

Much love to Blod, too. Here from the start really, helped me through some hard times.


Theres so many to mention (Peng) but hopefully you guys mention some stories and we can add out little tid bits here and there.

Love you all.
Don't want regrets, going to try my best
But I'm only a man doing what I can
And I'll go forth with these words in my hand, in my hand.
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#2
Chatting with people (which unfortunately I haven't done lately due to lack of time) and the vendor threads. This forum is still amazing though, despite the death of the UK scene.
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#3
wow this thread is going better than expected....


4-5 years of forum crack and no1 has anything
Don't want regrets, going to try my best
But I'm only a man doing what I can
And I'll go forth with these words in my hand, in my hand.
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#4
Lurking and watching all the speculation about "generic Etizolam" that I had lab results for.. knowing they were of the same standard as Intas etc.. and also people saying how some Branded tablets were better than others when they all contained the same amount of the same chemical and had to by law be very accurate..

Also the whole search for the next "meph" and the whole cut meph/B2 thing.. people clutching at straws.

Hardly anybody comes here now though to reply to this. I'm not sure why I visit myself, curiosity mainly and to talk shit in the chat box.
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#5
I've been around since November 2014, mostly lurking until the following April when the PSA being announced spurred me into rather more activity. Then I got made a mod in December, which gave me a couple of months to work out what the fuck I was doing before the three months of pure, unalloyed insanity leading up to the ban.

So about two years, but it all feels recent (and at the same time like I've done this forever). And even after moderating the apocalypse (it's a good thing things went really quiet for a while after the ban because I wasn't just flirting with burnout, I was waking up in the shameful regret-filled morning with the hangover from hell in burnout's horrible houseshare where the only teabags in the place we're taunting me from a padlocked cupboard belonging to the scowling housemate we'd kept awake with the sounds of clumsy failure) I still love this place, what it stands for and the people who make it what it is.

OK then, one story. It was the night not too long before the ban when I discovered that MNA potentiates 1P-LSD (which, when posted about later seemed to spark such a surge in orders that the vendor put the price back up and made rather more aware of the unintentional consequences I could have by saying things like that). As it turned out, I wasn't the only one tripping that night, with a mix of staff past and present and various members of the site around at various points and the conversation ranged rather widely, though what exactly we talked about is mostly forgotten. The one clear memory is of one of the shoutboxers - I will not be drawn on who (and no, it wasn't me) - after someone (ok, that was me) mentioned transgender erotic performer Bailey Jay in an offhand comment, spending hours alternating between trying to find the perfect Bailey Jay porn clip and introspecting their own reaction to the imperfect clips along the way. I can only describe it as a tour de force.
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#6
My favorite memory were always with kompressor. I loved his sarcastic humor, that somtimes would get him introuble.
I have heard from him in just about a year, so i hope that he has moved on from drugs and has found happiness or mabey he found his gappy medium. Eitherwsy i hope he is safe.
The chatboard has not been the same since him and tom sellek stopped postiing/joking.
love the world and it will love you back. chin
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#7
So many good memories and so many good people!!!

A shout out to the fallen.........

Love you spam your a treasure
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#8
slaphead

(07-10-2016, 08:57 PM)King Wrote: So many good memories and so many good people!!!

A shout out to the fallen.........

Love you spam your a treasure

How could i forget you king Another great dude.  We miss your humor , glad to see you are still kicking bro !
love the world and it will love you back. chin
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#9
Ah, so many favourite times and it's really nice to have a non-chem chat thread to comment on, as although at one time, I was a regular trip-reporter (usually containing a few excuses & disclaimers), it was the non-drug related chat threads that I enjoyed sometimes creating, often partaking in and the general banter.
Marty McFly's TR's stand out for me and Dawnrazor's posts, I miss him.
I spent many a night sat at my desktop under my stairs ALL night, in shoutbox or obsessively reading every post and one night when Chairman Meow & I managed to keep a sofa pun battle going relentlessly through the night.
Becoming friends in real life with Blod, which is a good job cos I can't understand a word she says on the phone and realising that Renton was actually a pussy cat.

I feel bad for rarely being here these days & am a very neglectful 'mod' but as I don't go elsewhere for the RC's I used to buy, there's not much that holds my interest thread-wise, plus actual real life out there is fucking relentless, I don't get time to even turn the laptop on much (I've gone up in the world since those under-stair days) but I do love this forum and it's still special to me even if I hardly ever turn up
This.....is real life
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#10
(09-10-2016, 04:16 AM)tralala Wrote: (I've gone up in the world since those under-stair days)

Yer a wizard, Harry
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