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Drunk regrets
Posted 11/19/11

bobangie wrote:


Rina-San wrote:

You have no drunk regrets until you fall down the stairs, vomitting at the same time and open the door in a daze when you reach the bottom to a postman half naked.

Oh the shame -__-




WOW, LMAO.
Epic.



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The night before was my birthday, long story cut short
Posted 11/19/11
Hm.....I don't know why people like to drink. I tasted beer (even though I wasn't suppose to, but I was curious). It was just awful lol. Horrifying taste. I never wanted to drink it again. I also tasted wine (lol I was too curious), and IMO, it just tasted like juice so......I don't understand.
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Get drunk again on Monday.


^Best answer yet.
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Posted 11/19/11 , edited 11/19/11

Kamek20XX wrote:

Hm.....I don't know why people like to drink. I tasted beer (even though I wasn't suppose to, but I was curious). It was just awful lol. Horrifying taste. I never wanted to drink it again. I also tasted wine (lol I was too curious), and IMO, it just tasted like juice so......I don't understand.


As you age, you'll find that your tastes mature as well.

I didn't like beer or hard alcohol when I was in my teens either. But there were many foods I didn't like when I was younger and now do. Hated tomatoes as a teenager, love them now. Hated avocados until I was 27, love them now. Your tastes with change as will your reason to consume that which you once hated.

I worked as a head bartender at a rather busy club through my 20's and saw the lowest form of humanity all drunk and completely stupid at that club. At the time I still disliked drinking, and watching drunk people vomit all over each other while I was sober didn't make me want to drink. Later, I acquired a taste for Whiskey and continue to drink it in moderation every-now-and-then. It's a lovely alcohol with a smokey, wood barrel flavor, but if you drink too much, it becomes a drug that you can't control.

So, you may hate beer now, but you may enjoy it later. Not because it tastes any better, but because you have a reason to forget.
Posted 11/19/11

Hairbelly wrote:


Kamek20XX wrote:

Hm.....I don't know why people like to drink. I tasted beer (even though I wasn't suppose to, but I was curious). It was just awful lol. Horrifying taste. I never wanted to drink it again. I also tasted wine (lol I was too curious), and IMO, it just tasted like juice so......I don't understand.


As you age, you'll find that your tastes mature as well.

I didn't like beer or hard alcohol when I was in my teens either. But there were many foods I didn't like when I was younger and now do. Hated tomatoes as a teenager, love them now. Hated avocados until I was 27, love them now. Your tastes with change as will your reason to consume that which you once hated.

I worked as a head bartender at a rather busy club through my 20's and saw the lowest form of humanity all drunk and completely stupid at that club. At the time I still disliked drinking, and watching drunk people vomit all over each other while I was sober didn't make me want to drink. Later, I acquired a taste for Whiskey and continue to drink it in moderation every-now-and-then. It's a lovely alcohol with a smokey, wood barrel flavor, but if you drink too much, it becomes a drug that you can't control.

So, you may hate beer now, but you may enjoy it later. Not because it tastes any better, but because you have a reason to forget.


Oh I see. That explains everything. Thank you very much!
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Posted 11/19/11
You made out with a drunk girl, OHHH wow.
That's what drunk girls are for.
Posted 11/20/11
I regret encountering this thread, but I don't regret not drinking alcohol.
Posted 11/20/11
^toats agree.

That is just so tame, I don't even...
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Posted 11/20/11
never been drunk and would not try to be drunk in the future... i drink less/moderate alcohol and only does it when the situation calls for me to do it.

"you should talk it out to her so that she may not expect something (well, if she has feelings for you that you may not know) and i guess to clear things up but if you see/feel that she didn't mind about it then just let that go and don't be awkward about it."
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Posted 11/20/11
I really want to get drunk one day
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Posted 11/20/11

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I really want to get drunk one day


You will.
Posted 11/20/11
If I don't remember it, it didn't happen OK!

There's always that one person who stays sober on the night and proceeds to tell you all the shaming shit you did -__- thanks to them I have a growing list lol.
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Posted 11/20/11
I don't regret because I drink to get drunk.
Posted 11/20/11
i don't drink and i don't party. *gasp* :O
Posted 11/20/11

Dabrush wrote:

Well, ths is a pretty fucked up situation. I am a bit drunk right now, so you shouldn't completely trust my advice: Don't try to avoid her. You would have to face her anyway, but make sure that it was a big mistake of yours and that it won't happen again. And seriously, don't try to make out with another girl in the next few weeks, unless you want to be the biggest asshole ever. You also have to watch her reaction. Maybe she really is in love with you. Since I don't know you and I don't know her there's nothing more I could say.


The intro is golden.


Drinking is one of the most dumbest things people do. It heightens your level for stupidity and halters sound judgements.

This sir is your fault. Drunkenness isn't an excuse for making errors in judgement. It happened. Learn to live with it.
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