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    do you enjoy drinking? do you like the way it makes you feel?
    i think that this drug has infiltrated society very cleverly.

    Diageo don't like to project the evident negative side of their product.
    police studies have estimated that much of court time is alcohol related.

    i used to suffer with hangovers for years, depite using very little.
    at one point i said "i don't like this!, f*ck what others do"
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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    do you enjoy drinking? do you like the way it makes you feel?
    i think that this drug has infiltrated society very cleverly.

    Diageo don't like to project the evident negative side of their product.
    police studies have estimated that much of court time is alcohol related.

    i used to suffer with hangovers for years, depite using very little.
    at one point i said "i don't like this!, f*ck what others do"
    Don't enjoy it at all as always had massive hangovers too so decided no more and much better for it too.

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    Same as that I think the older you get the harder it is to take the hangover and to be honest I have enough head aces without self inflicted ones

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    I dont drink that regularly but when I do, it is with the intention of getting merry/high/drunk without going overboard and getting messy or sick. Just sometimes I need to forget and have fun.

    We're still talking about alcohol here, right ?

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    Don't see the attraction now at all, and there is certainly no way I want to face a hangover when I can easily avoid it.

    I have one, maybe two, drinks a week, and I am quite happy with that
    The Gods are just, and of our pleasant vices
    Make instruments to plague us

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    only drink socially, but do like a good session every now and then to completely unwind.
    and sure nothing like a lazy sunday, with nothing to do, sit in front of TV and nurse the hangover.

    Since the smoking ban came in don't find the hangovers so bad as they were
    Thank you all the ladies I had pleasure of meeting. Forever grateful for the memories

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno69 View Post
    I dont drink that regularly but when I do, it is with the intention of getting merry/high/drunk without going overboard and getting messy or sick. Just sometimes I need to forget and have fun.

    We're still talking about alcohol here, right ?
    my attitude is adversarial on this matter, it has to be.
    alcohol is ubiquitus in this society, approved of, giggled at.

    children are brought to pubs after mass and bought many minerals
    with straws in them-what do they learn from this?

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    i absolutely hate seeing kids in pubs, id happily leave a pub if theres kids there,

    i drink more than i probably should but to hell with it, i dont smoke, i dont take drugs (nothing against those that do, i believe in freedom of choice) and i dont drive

    if sex and alcohol are my only vices then im happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    my attitude is adversarial on this matter, it has to be.
    alcohol is ubiquitus in this society, approved of, giggled at.

    children are brought to pubs after mass and bought many minerals
    with straws in them-what do they learn from this?
    What's your overall point warmcome? Do you believe alcohol should be banned?
    He who laughs last, doesn't get the joke.

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    I love going to the pub for a few pints, its the whole social aspect of it, having the craic, winding somebody up, I have a lovely circle of friends that I meet in the pub. i dont drink at home. Now and again I have a good bender maby at a wedding or funeral, or one of our family get togethers
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