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Discaholics Anonymous

For anyone who owns more plastic than they will ever throw and keeps buying more because they enjoy it. Are you a DISCAHOLIC????

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My name is Brandon and I am a Discaholic 5 Replies

Started by BP. Last reply by Donnie Brooks, Mini Disc Golf Federation May 18, 2009.

Disc Addiction 11 Replies

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Comment by Donnie Brooks, Mini Disc Golf Federation on November 26, 2008 at 3:59pm
I am gad to see so many of you admitting that you have a problem. It feels good (or proud) to admit that you are a DISCAHOLIC. I do not advise that you stop buying plastic suddenly as ths may lead to depression and excess money that you do not know what to do with. These can both be more serious problems than your addiction. Keep up the good work and stick with the therapy. Heck, buy yourself a disc because you all deserve it for coming this far.
Comment by Krista on November 26, 2008 at 2:15pm
Hi, my name is Krista, and yes, I'm a discaholic. Whenever I find a purple disc, I have to have it. Any shade of purple, but just purple. Whenever my local dealer gets a purple disc in het sets them aside and calls me right away. I must have close to 100 purple discs now. Some are wall hangers, some are always in my purple Revolution bag, others are just there begging to be thrown cuz I just had to have them. I just can't stop ~ theres always new plastic coming out and then theres ebay...
Comment by castawaydave on November 26, 2008 at 11:33am
I never throw prize plastic and have a nice collection of limited additions. Even one I can't post on the site. I call blown in Paradise.
I save player packages too. Take a look in my bag to see a few
Comment by castawaydave on November 26, 2008 at 11:27am
I'm not into buying as much as throwing.
I'd throw a round every morning if I had the time.
I do some putting every day between my two baskets
Comment by LSDiscs-Neileo on November 26, 2008 at 10:36am
Morning..my name is Neil, and I am a discaholic...just like Chas, I walk into lsdiscs and go into the closet where all of the plastic is stacked...later in the day I realize I just spent $100...whether its plastic or apparal or accesories, I do know now that I have a problem....on my way to the store now
Comment by Chas Ford on November 26, 2008 at 9:59am
Hi... My name is Chas... I... ahhh... am... ahhh... addicted to plastic. I'll just go to look to see what they have is stock. Then I start to evaluate the perfect color plastic for finding a disc in the snow... or the Beast that's just the right weight for a tailwind driver. The next thing you know I'm walking out of the store with two new aviars. I have a problem...
Comment by Drx49er on November 25, 2008 at 11:40pm
I don't have that many discs, but I always find myself surfing the net for new ones. Or, I am always on the lookout in any sporting goods section just on the off chance they have one I can hold. Recently, I find myself always thinking about the game, how I can get better, putting at a trash can or tree! I can't stop!!!

I feel a little better.
Comment by Dennis "Dendog" Gordon on November 25, 2008 at 5:28pm
One cannot have too much plastic in my opinion! My collection is around 2,000 discs right now. They just keep makin' SOOOOO many cool designs you gotta love 'em all! Peace, Dendog ;>}
Comment by Mike on November 25, 2008 at 5:05pm
I hear that, I just keep accumulating discs that I win not to mention the discs I sell, but some are sweet so I have to keep them!
Comment by Donnie Brooks, Mini Disc Golf Federation on November 25, 2008 at 4:39pm
My name is Donnie Brooks and I AM A DISCAHOLIC. I know that denial is the first sign of addiction. My compusive plastic purchases have slowed over these past few years, but I continue to spend money on discs that I will never open or throw. I even keep ANYTHING related to disc throwing. Magazines, news articles, stickers, pins, toys, boxes, and whatever. It really feels good to admit that I have a problem. Well not really a problem. Well not even really a concern. I am so confused!!! I am a Discaholic!!!!!!

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