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    Default Drinker privilege

    The fact that I don't like the taste of alcohol has alienated me from a lot of people, who expect me to get drunk and socialize with them.

    So if you like alcohol, consider yourself privileged.

    Something to think about every time you wake up.

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    It's not impossible to socialize without getting drunk. Might be easier for an ENFP but I've not drank and had a great time with my drunk friends on lots of occasions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    The fact that I don't like the taste of alcohol has alienated me from a lot of people, who expect me to get drunk and socialize with them.

    So if you like alcohol, consider yourself privileged.

    Something to think about every time you wake up.
    Thanks, Rasofy. I hate myself now. I REALLY like alcohol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    It's not impossible to socialize without getting drunk. Might be easier for an ENFP but I've not drank and had a great time with my drunk friends on lots of occasions.
    Hmm, I guess you are a drinker internally.

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    Internally, externally, and laterally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Hmm, I guess you are a drinker internally.
    Huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kquirk View Post
    Internally, externally, and laterally.
    good for you.

    See, now you must accept my opinion as more solid and less biased than yours, as you're coming from a position of privilege and I'm not.

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    i've met people who still drink despite not liking the taste. I like the taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i've met people who still drink despite not liking the taste. I like the taste.
    See, because of the drinkers oppression, they were forced to comply in order to be accepted.

    You people need to check your privilege.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    The fact that I don't like the taste of alcohol has alienated me from a lot of people, who expect me to get drunk and socialize with them.

    So if you like alcohol, consider yourself privileged.

    Something to think about every time you wake up.
    Sounds like the remarks of someone who's pretty embittered.

    I drink coffee sometimes with friends who drink alcohol, or water even, there's nothing like what you're talking about as a privilege.
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