tiamet4: My husband doesn't drink. Doesn't feel any strong objection to it, just "isn't interested". Thus I have a lifetime DD. WIN!I know a few other people my age (late 20's early 30's) who are the same. I personally was never interested in getting drunk and disliked the few times I have been drunk so I don't drink very much. Seeing my friends get wasted annoyed me and I never want to be the drunk chick making a fool of herself.
gadian: I'd agree that the best argument against drinking is drunk people. I farking hate drunk people. Loud, obnoxious, over-emotional, stumbling, irresponsible assholes. Do you have to drink to get drunk? No, no you don't. Drinking can be quite fun without losing your friends over your embarrassing lack of self-restraint. But you wouldn't know it with all the pissed faced, puking idiots everywhere that serves alcohol.
Slaxl: bronyaur1: Yeah... I just toured a bunch of our international partner unis in the UK and all of you can rest assured that UK young people drink like fish.But you're a Farker, so you drink. If you go to a pub to drink you're going to see a lot of people drinking. That doesn't mean everyone is drinking.
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