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    Default how drunk do you get?

    I have a really bad habit of consuming way more than I know I can handle.

    I just get so thirtsy...

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    Um, then drink water and not just alcohol. Also eat with alcohol.

    Or switch to something with a lower alcohol content, like beer.

    Or do you mean you keep drinking beer because you're thirsty?

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    I think he's joking.

    Of course drinking can always run away from you from time to time, but I tend to be sensitive to alcohol, so I do not drink much at all. I do not like feeling out of control, or out of my mind. I do not like doing things that I did not specifically intend to do!

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    I don't know, I just cannot control my drinking.


    When I eat, I eat to eat. I don't really enjoy my food, or savor the flavor.... I just shove it in my mouth and swallow. I get an abnormal amount of responses regarding my food intake. I'm very methodic in my eating, I'll eat one thing first, then the next, then the next. I usually save the best (meat) for last. Example: I'll eat all my fries, then all my burger. Or all my green beans, all my potato, then all my steak. I think I do it simply because I find eating and food as a task to be accomplished and that's the most efficient way of doing it.


    The same is with alcohol... I have to consciously think about what I'm drinking otherwise I run away from myself. I have like a bottomless pit of a stomach so I drink beer after beer after beer, if someone offers me a shot I'll do it, yadda yadda.



    Sorry for that likely unneeded mid-post wall of text.



    @Wolfie , I love being out of my mind. Probably another factor =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    I think he's joking.

    Of course drinking can always run away from you from time to time, but I tend to be sensitive to alcohol, so I do not drink much at all. I do not like feeling out of control, or out of my mind. I do not like doing things that I did not specifically intend to do!
    Yup, pretty much. I try to avoid it unless I'm around people I know. Usually it's maybe two beers and I'm done, since I have no desire to do that which I know I could possibly regret, or even toe the line, lolz.

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    We are exact opposites then. I tend to eat too much. I have a very hard time turning down food and I seem to be hungry all the time! I am working on fixing my problem, but it's hard. I think you get used to the positive feelings associated with the consumption and it is very hard to quit because it has been a crutch and a go-to for many things. I am an emotional eater, maybe you are an emotional drinker, it helps you get out of your head and that relaxes you. I have not quite figured out how to go about eating less, but I continue to try and I think eventually I will try hard enough. I think part of it is figuring out what you are compensating for and filling those areas of your life with other things. I think you could do this too, but with alcohol dependency abstinence is sometimes what it takes.

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    I started smoking pot again.

    I really really think that is going to help.

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    Oh yeah you can't control your drinking, and you think smoking pot again is really really gonna help?

    I think maybe you should talk to someone. Besides us. About this.

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    It's not a problem to not want to be sober, is it? Man has been finding ways to do it since 4,000 BC.

    I've always drank heavily when I drink. For clarification purposes, I drink maybe once a week. That'll even cut down when I start working again, I begin a project tomorrow.


    When I smoke pot on nights I plan on drinking I think I could statistically show that for me it helps alleviate the drinking I do. I enjoy the instant gratification of pot, it's like reverse drinking.







    I just realized this thread makes me seem like an alcoholic. I don't drink frequently. It's just when I decide to I drink way more than I should.

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    It's a problem to not want to be sober if your drinking is really out of control, and you thinking adding another substance to it is a solution.

    However, if your drinking actually is under control, and you only drink on the weekend, then that's fine I suppose.

    But binge drinking is really not good for you, especially doing it regularly, you may want to figure out WHY you're doing this, and you can't just have a few beers and be mellow, and not add shots to it, etc.

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