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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

They tried to make me go to rehab but I said 'no, no, no'!

After having a "Welcome-back-I've-missed-you" intense & intimate sex with Sunny, he went for a quick shower and I lit a cigarette in front of the TV then I found myself hypnotized by the smoke that's coming out of the cigarette and went deeply in a state of contemplating. How come such a tiny thing could be addictive? then I looked around and felt that everything reeks of addiction; TV, DVD sets of TV shows, alcohol, rolling papers, music, iPhone, internet..etc!
When did we become that addictive? How do one knows if he/she is addicted to something? What defines addiction to start with, or more importantly; what starts it? Don't thoughts become words, words become actions, actions become habits, habits become character and character becomes destiny? So if that's true then do our patterns, consuming habits and our lifestyle translate into our addiction(s)?!

If you looked around you, you'll know what I mean, especially if you looked inside your friends. Like my friend Jovee's addiction to sweet coating sex by dating/relationships, or L's addiction to kink or S's addiction to an unhealthy virtual fantasy that reflects his inability of having a fulfilling social life, or Spectacular's addiction to successive relationships & Zum(aka Native)'s addiction to dysfunctional relationships, or E's addiction to intellect & pseudo-sophistication, or Kiki's addiction to pseudo-macho men, or Chi's addiction to disguising his inner-whore by his over-sweetness, or Mohinder's addiction to go from one addiction to another which are all ways for him to not feel his feelings, or my "last Scorpio fuck"'s addiction to power & authority!

So what if you hate your addiction and you want to get rid of it without replacing it by another one? In psychology they say that pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance & termination are the six stages for change. But does it really work or just cause you got the monkey off your back doesn't mean the circus has left town?




  2. hehe! first I love the song :D
    second, I've been thinking about that a lot, at one point I decided to be kinda a rebel on technology.. but it started to cavin' me in, and I realized I became addicted to not being addicted ..
    so Idk, I think it's best to play it cool; as long as you own things and things don't own you..

  3. Recently_Landed:
    LOL but it's true, no? =P

    Well I guess u r right! =)
    (btw interesting blog u've!)

  4. I would quote the madge...."and if it makes you feel good then I say do it".
    If you keep changing what you're addicted to every once in a while, it remains under control, the continuity in doing or consuming the same thing over a long time actually dulls me tbh.

  5. This is a comment I sent to Koshary's homophobic gays article
    Obviously they didn't publish it and I didn't expect them to

    I've always wondered why are anti-gays labelled homophobic

    I definitely don't fear gays, I despise them

    anyway if there are any gays in Egypt they would be very few individuals hiding in the dark like rats and should remain this way
    we do not want an infestation

  6. Adam Mead:
    But u eventually go back to ur main addiction, no?

    Good 4 u!


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