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i want to like alcohol more than i do. any times ive been what i consider "inebriated" have been incredibly fun times, but i have still not found any alcohol that is any kind of good. it all tastes like stuff and all hangovers suck ass
For the taste of the alcohol, I find the key is in the mixing. I love roostertails because they taste amazing and still get you tipsy. Also it's probably a good idea not to drink too much period. Every time I go overboard the next day is never fun lmfao.

Many times I wish I would drink less, but my friends are the type to have a glass of wine with supper. It's very socially integrated in Gibraltar where I'm from.

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Thread dedicated to all my fellow friends who had one to many drinks last night, and the room still spins up to this morning.

Had a Chirstmas party with my university friends and house mates where we had a chilled drink, but things started to get wild afterward when we got to Wetherspoons (UK pub chain) where we realise they sold 6-shot roostertails in a jug for just 6. One of my friends had 2 jugs. We progressed to having many glasses of cheap rose and a couple of Jager bombs (yuck)

When we got to the club, stuff was spinning real bad, one of my friends fell like three times. We then had a fishbowl and at that point was where stuff crossed the line. After a couple of sips I realised I probably couldn't stay out very much longer as I would end up making a fool of myself

So I went home with a friend (no we didn't hook up) and regretted drinking to much, yet again. I fell in the shower and it hit me (no pun intended) exactly how drunk I was, although I had no injuries from the fall. Apparently for those who could handle their alcohol the night got so much better an hour after I left.

This morning I woke up, sweating alcohol, room tilting slowly, eyes dry as a desert, regretting the unnecessary stress put on my poor liver.

Anybody else had a mediocre night out and drank a lil too much?

*if you are a united states resident then you must be 21+

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Off Topic / Re: forumers, what's your bank balance? 18+ ONLY
« on: December 05, 2017, 05:31:31 PM »
if all that is paid for, what are you spending so much on?
Sadly speaking... A lot of it goes on amazon and partying

Oh, and it's not paid for directly by them if that's what you think. They pay the tuition of 9000/yr directly without consulting me, but they send the rest of the money to my account which is around 7,500 yearly and it covers my rent, transportation and ofc, there is some left over for leisure also.

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Off Topic / Re: forumers, what's your bank balance? 18+ ONLY
« on: December 05, 2017, 04:21:16 PM »
I'm a student and in my current account I fluctuate between a couple hundred to minus a couple hundred.

Apparently though I have a hefty amount in my savings account which my parents don't let me access yet; they add to it every once in a while for when I graduate.


Most importantly to me though, my Government pays all my tuition, rent, transport and a portion of my daily living. I will graduate with about only 30 debt, which is loving great.

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The developers should take a hint that if players are spread across game versions, it's a sign that something is wrong with their latest version.

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Off Topic / Re: Is my new haircut on point?
« on: December 05, 2017, 11:24:07 AM »
that picture is more jpeg than haircut

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Off Topic / Re: forumers, who is your forum crush?
« on: December 04, 2017, 07:09:45 AM »
Everyone here is sorta gross, so nobody.

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Off Topic / Re: Amos Yee: Why Child research Should be Legal
« on: December 03, 2017, 05:30:33 AM »
Hm I should have definitely been more specific

What is the probability that the legalisation of watching child research will lower the occurrence of individual child abuse cases

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Off Topic / Re: Amos Yee: Why Child research Should be Legal
« on: December 03, 2017, 05:21:05 AM »
One has got to bring up the question, what is the probability that the legalisation of child research will lower the occurrence of individual child abuse cases? 🤔

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Off Topic / Re: forumers, what's the name of your first kiss
« on: December 02, 2017, 05:04:36 AM »
Ironically my first kiss was with 2 people, it was a silly horny teenage game with alcohol involved.

My first not including that would be with someone called Bea

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Off Topic / Re: Forumers, what state do you live in?
« on: December 01, 2017, 09:24:24 AM »
I wonder how many Europeans there actually are on these forums

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Off Topic / Re: I think I might have a sleeping disorder
« on: November 30, 2017, 05:05:37 AM »
it relaxes your body when your body doesn't want to relax. the only negative thing is it can make you feel like you're spinning when you close your eyes. maybe that only happens to me idk.
Insomnia is apparently something a lot of people suffer when they drink alcohol. Whenever my friends and I have a big night out and stay at a hotel or someone else's house; we always instantly pass out when we are going to sleep, but then wake up unreasonably early. They all tell me they also have trouble getting a full nights sleep when they're drunk.

Mind you it could also be due to the caffeine put in alcoholic drinks and mixers. My friends particularly like jager bombs which are disgusting imo, they contain energy drink.

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Off Topic / Re: forumers that live nearby to you
« on: November 30, 2017, 04:53:40 AM »
Tophius, Sharp Shooter and Fob live a couple kilometres away

DreamPuffs is my sister and we still live together

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Off Topic / Re: I think I might have a sleeping disorder
« on: November 29, 2017, 11:19:09 AM »
Also alcohol doesn't help you sleep; it helps you fall asleep faster but you always wake up earlier when you drink from my experience. I am never fully rested after drinking

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Off Topic / Re: Need to upgrade my DDR3 ram, will this work?
« on: November 26, 2017, 01:27:43 PM »
Find out the make of your motherboard and then consult the manual over the internet for the type of ram it can support and order it online. Most motherboards support a wide range of ram.

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