|TeenerTot - 2015-07-23 |
Also, if that's a quake mod, I'll start playing again.
I used to live with a guy who worked Graveyard at a Winco (think Costco but cheaper and regular-size product but still a mess of humanity; think the people who wouldn't go to Costco or Wal-Mart because it's too expensive) and took about 8 hits of LSD before going in every night. I could imagine his experience was similar to this, or absolutely terrifying!
I used to know a guy who worked at the fanciest ice cream shop in the greater Boston area.
One time he had to make 5 gallons of marijuana ice cream for a fancy executive office party.
Also everyone who works in ice cream is either using or selling something, usually both.
IZ, about a decade ago some friends and my girlfriend and I went to the mall after smoking a 50/50 mix of weed and salvia, it was a lot like this but with a kind of dystopian sci-fi edge.
I think I'm the only one in the group who enjoyed it.
Nice. Back when I worked at the Dairy Queen in high school we'd make the leftovers with weed if we had it before we cleaned it
Anyone who works in any capacity in food is a raging drug addict. There are zero exceptions.
True, but especially ice cream.
|infinite zest - 2015-07-23 |
Holy shit that's weird! Just yesterday I had to get my foot turned into a boot at the doctor's (yes poetv I'm turning into a cyborg) and had an hour to kill before my ride showed up so I went to the Costco across the street since I have an old card from a previous workplace. First time I've been into a Costco in I don't know how many years, but I wanted to see if they had any good deals on laptops (they didn't). As I hobbled around I thought about the sea of humanity surrounding me, people buying so much more than they can consume, the zombie people giving free samples, and so much more. So weird that this would pop up right after!
I didn't see any skulls in the front though.
|Mother_Puncher - 2015-07-23 |
I've never been so anxious. Not even when I was experiencing derealisation
what is that?
It's like feeling disassociated from the world, feeling like the outside world doesn't exist, people don't seem real and you stop caring for people around you you once cared for, living in perpetual deja vu, everything looks and feels surreal and unfamiliar, constant worrying. I experienced it with severe anxiety a few years ago and it lasted for probably 3 years. Wikipedia said "The world as perceived by the individual may feel like it is going through a dolly zoom effect" which is a perfect way to describe it and I was never able to express that to people.
Imagine living in this world this woman created. Certain things would set me off and this video without a doubt would have freaked me out back then. High ceilings, certain words, situations with people, loud noises, different fields of vision. I went to see Zodiac and the opening scene where the car pulls up in first person view of the driver and the girl speaks to him as if to you almost made me leave the theater. Basically imagine being trapped in this shitty costco where nothing makes sense and you have no idea how or why you got there and you cant rationalize anything about it.
|jangbones - 2015-07-23 |
How much for the skulls?
Well, according to this video they're free. She can walk right through the checkout lane and back into the store and nobody seems to notice.
|That guy - 2015-07-23 |
I skimmed through this, and I seriously can't handle this insanity right now.
Old Zircon how did you find this shit?
Someone posted it on WATMM a while back.
How THEY found it I don't know, but I have reason to believe it was originally discovered by vaporwave kids.
I put the odds at 15% that it was MADE by them, too, but it's probably real.
|Old_Zircon - 2015-07-23 |
Incidentally, one of the top Youtube recommendations I'm getting for this is
|memedumpster - 2015-07-23 |
I love you.
|Macho Nacho - 2015-07-25 |
This is what it's like every time I got to Costco.
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