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    I definitely get more sociable. Whenever I have more than a few drinks though, I wake up the next morning feeling guilty. When I'm drunk I have a tendency to say things I shouldn't, and do things I shouldn't.

    Though people tell me how much I crack them up when I'm drunk, I get scared because I could have said some bad thing to someone that I don't even remember. While some people get angry and violent when they're drunk, I just get extremely loud and like to say socially provocative things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    No. I get slow, tired and disinterested, then go looking for a place to sleep.
    Yeah, this sounds like me, but I was a little more open than usual before hitting the sack.

    That being said, I almost never drink these days. Given my distaste for heavy exercise, I need to refrain from alcohol (especially beer, the beverage of choice in Australia), if I'm going to keep the pounds from piling on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaRick View Post
    Yeah, this sounds like me, but I was a little more open than usual before hitting the sack.

    That being said, I almost never drink these days. Given my distaste for heavy exercise, I need to refrain from alcohol (especially beer, the beverage of choice in Australia), if I'm going to keep the pounds from piling on.
    As it happens, I dislike beer as well. On those rare occations when I do drink, I tend to stick to spirits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    As it happens, I dislike beer as well. On those rare occations when I do drink, I tend to stick to spirits.
    I used to be able to drink bourbon and coke, but I found that I couldn't even do that anymore when my Dad (who I always thought was an ISTP, but may actually be an ISFP) wanted me to drink with him back in 2011, when we were both in Malaysia.

    It's strange really; the fact that I don't drink alcohol has made me more attractive to Muslim girls .
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    I never get drunk... Only tipsy :P (only after drinking six full glasses of vodka, in two hours)
    But it seemed that I fell asleep, five minutes after my last glass of vodka...

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    i dislike getting drunk but sometimes i won`t budge without a glass .. makes it really awkward at weddings if i don`t drink at least a glass of champagne

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    Haven't had a drop in my life, bad things would happen and I have far too strong of an attachment to lucidity to compromise it with spirits. Now if only we could bottle adrenaline, I like taking shots of that!

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    This thread is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChnFoodieOC View Post
    Although I'm an ENTP, I do realize that when I drink, I become way more sociable and outgoing, like ten times more than I usually am, and I tend to regret it every time.
    THIS. I find I get gradually more outgoing as I drink, although I have an extremely high tolerance so it takes quite a while before my cognitive ability really degrades.

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    I'm very sociable and loud and flirty when drunk. I rarely regret it unless I drink too much.

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