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    PsychedUp got a reaction from stuey99 in Medichecks are crap   
    I've been getting two venous samples taken on a yearly basis pretty much since I started taking gear, never with the sole intention of checking test levels, although I get those checked as well. 
    Unfortunately test level results are capped at 56nmol, it doesn't show if they're higher than that. With that said, its easier get a handle on whether the test is dosed accurately while cruising, and I've never been suprised at my results with a venous sample.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from TERBO in The 27 year old with no testosterone   
    Being honest, he should have figured that out by now. There are plenty of American AAS forums with TRT sections.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from TERBO in The 27 year old with no testosterone   
    Being honest, he should have figured that out by now. There are plenty of American AAS forums with TRT sections.
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    PsychedUp reacted to stuey99 in Reliable lab for Anavar?   
    Could try n get some WC and Apollo as well 
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    PsychedUp reacted to stargazer in Reliable lab for Anavar?   
    NP, you'll be lucky.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from MrBrightside in New cycle after many years, couple Q’s needing A’s   
    That was my standard PCT before I started B&C. Always worked.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from Tonysco in How long before I feel the testosterone   
    I noticed some fairly radical changes ib my appearance and strength during my first cycle mate. Everything kicked in during the 5th week. 
    Although now, blasting and cruising and having been on so long, test has much more subtle effects.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from jake87 in A warning for the gigalos and porn stars of ukm   
    Real sorry to hear that mate. 
    It's a sobering message though. Living a certain lifestyle eventually catches up with you, sooner or later.
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    PsychedUp reacted to Shergar in A warning for the gigalos and porn stars of ukm   
    Total respect for having the decency to think of others at a time like this.
    Thanks buddy and I’m sorry for your loss.
    Danny.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from js77 in SIS LABS 2020   
    Jesus no it fu**ing isn't. It's actually never been this easy!
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from js77 in SIS LABS 2020   
    Jesus no it fu**ing isn't. It's actually never been this easy!
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from js77 in SIS LABS 2020   
    Jesus no it fu**ing isn't. It's actually never been this easy!
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from js77 in SIS LABS 2020   
    Jesus no it fu**ing isn't. It's actually never been this easy!
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from Kazza61 in World's Strongest Man 2020 Predictions SPOILERS   
    Met him at a seminar a few years back, really cheerful, friendly fella. 
    Not one bit surprised that Novikov won, the lad is a phenom. 
    Can see some interesting battles between him and Tom Stoltman down the line in years to come. 
    Also delighted that JF Caron got his podium.
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    PsychedUp reacted to MrBrightside in User Profiles - Today vs Yesteryear   
    Yeah definitely agree. Many years I spent training without having a proper grasp on nutrition but still used gear. Swapped compounds and training methods thinking I'd suddenly get the physique I wanted. 
    I don't really pay attention to other people though and those who have even less idea than me provide the entertainment on here. It is pretty worrying though because although gear these days is used like it's nothing, you can f**k yourself up with it. 
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    PsychedUp reacted to JohnnyD in User Profiles - Today vs Yesteryear   
    I totally agree with you buddy unfortunately most use steroids just to have the biggest arms in the pub?
    I think a lot of user’s may have been using a long time but when you chat to them in the gym they are totally clueless, a bit like a tradesman who says I’ve been doing this 40 years....badly!
    I can remember from around 95 steroids being mainstream. Everyone wanted to be a body builder back then but now most use gear to get in shape for a holiday without a care for their health.
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    PsychedUp reacted to stuey99 in User Profiles - Today vs Yesteryear   
    In total agreement mate
    But it's the same as anything, more avenues pop up showing its use, the more popular it becomes, the more acceptable it gets
    I talk to guys in the gym who dont "cycle" they just pop a few dbol before a workout...no understanding whatsoever
    Not to mention the belief that the odd bit of info here n there on insta apparently means they've done research
    Jeeez I've just had some tool argue with me that taking nolva with dbol is a bad idea 
     
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    PsychedUp reacted to Shergar in User Profiles - Today vs Yesteryear   
    It is an instant-want it now-kind of world.
    I would blame the internet but this wasn't going on in the days of dial up internet when I first joined the forums.
    I blame social media, the likes of instagram as you have stated.
    It's a  lazy ass world out there now too and with gear being more readily available than ever its as easy as buying a pack of sweets hence all the 17-22 year olds popping dianabol and running tren.
    In the late 80's down the gym you had to put the graft in and be introduced or vouched for before you could get your hands on some bits and pieces but now its like amazon out there.
    Danny
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from JohnnyD in User Profiles - Today vs Yesteryear   
    Sorry in advance if I sound like a grouchy c**t. I don't mean to, but it's something that has been irking me with a while. 
    I've been running gear with close to 10 years, and since I first began using, I've seen a lot of changes, in particular with the average gear user. When I started using, taking gear was still very much niche. You kind of had to be part of a club, around here anyway. Gear was elusive, it felt like you had to put your years in training naturally in order to be accepted in to the circle and then it became obtainable. Might sound ridiculous, but its literally what happened me. I'm thankful of it though, I laid my foundations with training and nutrition, and I had a certain respect for AAS when the time came to take them. 
    I noticed a change literally around the time Instagram appeared. Within a couple of years it seemed that gear became (almost) mainstream. Whatever, but it looks like that had a major impact on the type of people who started using them. It wasn't predominantly dedicated weightlifters (stromgmen in my case) anymore, but now predominantly gym newbies who hadn't any sort of established gym or eating regime but hopped on the gear wagon anyway. For guys who have a good few years of usage under their belts, it's very clear to see in gyms everywhere. 
    Actually, look at the amount of s**t threads that have popped up in UKM now versus ten years ago when I was a lurker. People asking the most basic of basic questions. Nobody wants to put in any research anymore. It's like there's no grind, people want gear as the largest, most significant slice of the pie. It's a shame. There's a lack of respect for AAS now. 
    Anyway, my gripe is over. Whats your take on this? In particular looking for opinions from people with 10+ years of experience.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from JohnnyD in User Profiles - Today vs Yesteryear   
    Sorry in advance if I sound like a grouchy c**t. I don't mean to, but it's something that has been irking me with a while. 
    I've been running gear with close to 10 years, and since I first began using, I've seen a lot of changes, in particular with the average gear user. When I started using, taking gear was still very much niche. You kind of had to be part of a club, around here anyway. Gear was elusive, it felt like you had to put your years in training naturally in order to be accepted in to the circle and then it became obtainable. Might sound ridiculous, but its literally what happened me. I'm thankful of it though, I laid my foundations with training and nutrition, and I had a certain respect for AAS when the time came to take them. 
    I noticed a change literally around the time Instagram appeared. Within a couple of years it seemed that gear became (almost) mainstream. Whatever, but it looks like that had a major impact on the type of people who started using them. It wasn't predominantly dedicated weightlifters (stromgmen in my case) anymore, but now predominantly gym newbies who hadn't any sort of established gym or eating regime but hopped on the gear wagon anyway. For guys who have a good few years of usage under their belts, it's very clear to see in gyms everywhere. 
    Actually, look at the amount of s**t threads that have popped up in UKM now versus ten years ago when I was a lurker. People asking the most basic of basic questions. Nobody wants to put in any research anymore. It's like there's no grind, people want gear as the largest, most significant slice of the pie. It's a shame. There's a lack of respect for AAS now. 
    Anyway, my gripe is over. Whats your take on this? In particular looking for opinions from people with 10+ years of experience.
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    PsychedUp reacted to Kazza61 in Stop watching porn!   
    My dentist told me I needed to cut down my masturbating. When I asked him why, he said it was making it difficult for him to properly check my teeth.
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    PsychedUp reacted to MrBrightside in New Stash with early expiry date   
    Won't matter. They won't make new labels for every batch of gear. And don't listen to the fu**ing paranoia lot on here, they'll have you binning the lot. It'll be fine. For years. 
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from JusJamin in Why do women always choose to have the baby?   
    Thats a depressing outlook mate. Sounds like you're painting every woman with same brush based on some bad experiences? 
    As to your original question.. some women actually do have an instinctual maternal nature, so their choice not to have an abortion is a simple one for them. And it's their choice. 
    The question you should have asked is why do some fellas spread their seed freely and then go running with their dicks between their legs as soon as they hit a bullseye? They're not men in my opinion. It's always a risk, and if you don't want to chance it, exhibit some self control and don't get your willy wet. It's simple. 
    My daughter was conceived with a woman I'm no longer with, and we weren't together long when she fell pregnant. I couldn't bear the thought of my daughter not being in my life. I pay my dues and take her as much as I can. 
    Seriously, grow the f**k up mate. You sound like a total incel, maybe you should get off the internet for a bit.
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    PsychedUp got a reaction from JusJamin in Why do women always choose to have the baby?   
    Thats a depressing outlook mate. Sounds like you're painting every woman with same brush based on some bad experiences? 
    As to your original question.. some women actually do have an instinctual maternal nature, so their choice not to have an abortion is a simple one for them. And it's their choice. 
    The question you should have asked is why do some fellas spread their seed freely and then go running with their dicks between their legs as soon as they hit a bullseye? They're not men in my opinion. It's always a risk, and if you don't want to chance it, exhibit some self control and don't get your willy wet. It's simple. 
    My daughter was conceived with a woman I'm no longer with, and we weren't together long when she fell pregnant. I couldn't bear the thought of my daughter not being in my life. I pay my dues and take her as much as I can. 
    Seriously, grow the f**k up mate. You sound like a total incel, maybe you should get off the internet for a bit.
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    PsychedUp reacted to Kazza61 in Why do women always choose to have the baby?   
    Maybe the bond between the baby and the mother who carried it for 9 months is greater than the bond between the baby and the guy who fvcked its mother then fvcked off?
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