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    I almost never drink. I never had alcohol before my 30's. I will drink it occasionally and have had one hangover that I minimized by drinking a lot of water, but it was still surprisingly unpleasant. I won't be repeating that. I've never had a drink in a social group setting, but sometimes with dinner.

    The social pressure to drink makes me less likely to do it. I tend towards an opposite reaction to peer pressure.
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    I love the stuff.

    However, I will add that I do not drink all that often, maybe a half dozen times a year. I don't drink alone and don't have to drink to have a good time.

    But I do like to drink occasionally. I like the way it makes me feel all tingly and just a bit dizzy -- in a good way. And yes, I do use it to make it easier for me to socialize. I'm pretty introverted, but after a few drinks, I am very outgoing and friendly. I love everyone. I can see Fidelia's point that using it that way could prevent me from developing as a person, but I like being introverted most of the time. I really don't want to be a full-time extrovert, but it's nice to be able to try it on occasionally.

    What I don't like is dealing with those who are angry or belligerent drunks. I also obviously do not like the effects of alcoholism. Fortunately, neither of those are an issue for me. If they were, I'd have a very different attitude toward alcohol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    SOI SOI SOI SO. NF's are cute when embarassed. .
    I had to look that up on Urban Dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    The social pressure to drink makes me less likely to do it. I tend towards an opposite reaction to peer pressure.
    +1

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    I usually hate the taste of it. I just drank a few times to see what it was like and I usually force it down. I purposefully drank a couple of times just to see what i was like drunk. Both times i kept saying over and over that i did not feel drunk and then passed out. So it's pretty boring and does nothing for me. Energy drinks and a lack of sleep has more of an effect on me than alcohol. haha

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    Apparently I'm more enjoyable when I'm drunk, not sure why. Never been aquainted with the toilet bowl, apparently this pisses most people off. Never woke up with a hang over either, apparently this pisses most people off too...
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    Two drinks and I'm done. That's enough to relax me a little, and that's all I want. I can usually feel that the next day, too, with a tinge of hangover.

    I really don't like to be around drunk people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Apparently I'm more enjoyable when I'm drunk, not sure why. Never been aquainted with the toilet bowl, apparently this pisses most people off. Never woke up with a hang over either, apparently this pisses most people off too...
    you will one day trust me, one day you will find your limit.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I like it in moderation. Getting drunk is not a goal.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    you will one day trust me, one day you will find your limit.
    I don't know if I want to spend the money on more than 15 drinks and usually by then I want my nap...
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    meh I'd rather have a good cooked meal than some alcohol. I don't like anything that alters me from my sober mind really.

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