A chonk is a little something I have been trying to get out of my head for the last few months. It is something that I am currently trying to get rid of, but I am not sure how. I have been trying to explain it to myself and others, but I cannot seem to find the words.

You can’t really explain it to yourself. I think the most important thing to understand is that you are not the only one who has these feelings. Chonk is actually just a word that means “to feel bad.” It’s an emotion that can be triggered by many events, but something that you can feel that you cannot explain.

How do you get rid of these feelings? It took me about 20 minutes to really figure this one out. After doing some research on the subject, I came up with the following suggestion that I can go a little deeper into the subject. In order to get rid of these feelings, I will begin by trying to think of some of the things that you need to know about the human brain when it’s not there.

The first thing is that there are a lot of feelings that we can feel, but cannot explain, so it’s probably best not to try to think of them. I think that’s where the word chonk comes from. In the same way that we describe it as a feeling that you have, chonk is exactly the same thing.

So basically, chonk means “feeling” or “an emotion” but the feeling that we can’t explain. In human terms, chonk is described as the feeling of being overwhelmed or overwhelmed by the amount or quantity of information that you have. It may be as simple as having a lot of stuff in your head, or as complex as feeling that your thoughts and actions are causing too much pain or misery.

The first time I had a game I was going to take out a bunch of people and I had to be blind to them. It took me until I was eight years old and I was a blind kid. I was a little bit overwhelmed by the amount of things in my head that I could not explain. I was also a little bit annoyed by the fact that some of the people who were blind were talking about the effects of a really bad experience on your brain.

The “chonk” phenomenon is a thing. There’s an old TV commercial from when the Beatles were doing “She Loves You,” where a blind kid is talking about the impact of his actions and the results on his brain. I suppose I was more preoccupied with my anger than my brain and how it was affecting me, but it just felt like the things that I was blaming my actions on were the things that I was feeling the most.

Sounds like a good way to end a bad day. And if you really want to give it a whirl, the chonk effect also can occur with a drug, like the hallucinatory effects of LSD.

The chonk effect happens when people are high, and the brain (and body) thinks they are hallucinating. You can tell by their body movements, breathing, and posture. It’s like being high on something and then having the other senses (vision, hearing, touch) start to feel like they’re being affected. It’s a great way to distract someone from their misery.

I use the word “chonk” deliberately with reference to LSD. The effects are similar, but it’s not the same. The chonk effect, as well as other hallucinogenic drugs, can cause people to feel that they are seeing things that are not real. The chonk effect is more common with other hallucinogenic drugs like ayahuasca, peyote, and psilocybin.


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