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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby Separation Anxiety » Fri Oct 23, 2009 5:53 am

Trust me its not, forgetting how to walk comes way after the black out. And black outs tend to get me in trouble with the little lady.
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby SunXia » Fri Oct 23, 2009 3:34 pm

Yeah, we normally can't remember not being able to walk, I dunno, maybe our mind goes first and then our accuracy when it comes to simple things we can usually do half asleep, like opening doors and walking through them without eating some carpet on the way or forgetting that even though, at that moment, the ceramic toilet feels comfortable, it is not our bed and not somewhere we strip off and proceed to sleep fitfully!!!
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby Patricoo » Fri Oct 23, 2009 5:00 pm

Huh. Never had a problem not remembering to walk... as I can recall last new years and shivering at how formidable those steps were.
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby DynastyWarriors6 » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:27 am

The best kind of alcoholic drink is the one that makes you forget where you are when you wake up, then you roll over and hit something and uh-oh it's a chick and you don't even know her name.

Anyways some good ones are:
Jack and Coke
The Hurricane
Irish Car Bomb (got to drink quick)
Zombie
New England Ice Tea
Samuel Adams Boston Lager
Dos Esqui (bad spelling)
Hefe from the tap
Baracadi 151 (that shit will get you lit quick if you drink it straight)
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby Separation Anxiety » Sun Oct 25, 2009 6:15 am

DynastyWarriors6 wrote:The best kind of alcoholic drink is the one that makes you forget where you are when you wake up, then you roll over and hit something and uh-oh it's a chick and you don't even know her name.


Think about it, you picked up a chick while trashed. If you're lucky shes only a hag, if you're unlucky you got some burning pee thing going on. I've seen too many people do it. Bad time to decide the right girl for the night.

That being said, mind erasers are great. Names a little off, but they still get the job done, but you remember having 4 or 5 of them.
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby SunXia » Sun Oct 25, 2009 3:08 pm

Yeah dude, that's the worst kinda drink in my opinion!! You don't know her and you don't know who or what she's been with (same vice versa for girls) and to get that drunk I'm betting safety was the last thought on hand!! That's dangerous, you should always know your limits!!

Surprised dpradis didn't stay around for this thread giving his blatant worship of alcoholic substances!!
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby DynastyWarriors6 » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:12 pm

Live isn't worth living if you always hold back, and hell the worlds ready to fall apart at a moments notice anyways so who really who cares what any one person does. Someone you know, or have known, is having a one night stand right now and they don't care about the consequences or thinking about tomorrow their thinking about the moment. Your own parents may have had a one night stand in their past are you really going to hold that against them. Drinking alcohol you already know the consequences or what may come from consuming even a little less inhibitions, more crazy behavior, even hurting your health. Sun Xia we do see a lot of pictures of you at clubs holding drinks what kind of message does that send to the younger members of this forum who are still underage?
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby SunXia » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:37 pm

That yes, I drink and that I drink in moderation given that I am an adult and have been legally allowed to do so for that last four years?? I actually discourage people from going overboard when it comes to alcohol, yes there's nothing wrong with enjoying a drink but not if there's going to be repercussions that you have to take responsibility for that can be dire!! Actually, in those pictures I am still drinking in moderation, safe inside a club with people I trust around me, not out on the streets or in some equally dangerous scenerio where I could be taken advantage of!!

Neither of my parents have had a one night stand given that they lost their virginity to one another on their wedding night and have never had sex with other people and are happy with that and gee, still married and together twenty-five years down the line!!

But sure, if you want to behave that way, by all means, do so, as long as you don't suffer right, who cares about who else is hurt in the situation, it's all good!!
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby WeiWenDi » Mon Oct 26, 2009 3:04 am

I'm seconding SunXia on this one. Drinking one beer or one glass of wine together with friends isn't a bad thing (unless you have addictive tendencies), but to be honest I've never seen the point in drinking to excess. I've escorted friends home after they've drunk so much they were barely able to stand, vomiting their guts out and couldn't function the next day, and I have to question whether that kind of life is 'worth living'.

Likewise, I know that the kind of people who engage in shallow, uncommitted sex tend to be very unhappy people in the long run. But some of the best people I know are those who trust, value and respect their partners regardless of whatever they have been through in their past, even if that past isn't necessarily a perfect or admirable one.
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Re: Your favorite alcoholic beverages

Unread postby Separation Anxiety » Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:06 am

Its not holding back when you know your limit. I'm all for going out and having a little... actually scratch that, A LOT of fun, but stupid decisions are still stupid decisions no matter how much you try to justify them. Responsibility should not be viewed as a burden, especially with something as dangerous as alcohol being involved. I enjoy a drink or ten as much as the next guy but a bad decision when your drunk is usually a lot worse than a bad decision while your sober. You tend to make bigger mistakes while your drunk(see the fat girl you wake up next to, the car you decided to drive home, the puddle of vomit you woke up in,etc.)

And no offense, but starting off a post the way you did then commenting on someone elses habits, its pretty hypocritical.
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