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MizzyH MizzyH 36-40, F 7 Answers Dec 29, 2013 in Community

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I have to work tomorrow so it's not hardly a holiday for me.

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Not that I want to be hung over, but for me, it helps me realize I'm not a 20 year old anymore with a liver made of steel. So I drink my butt off on New Years so the next morning I can remind myself why I shouldn't do it for the rest of the year.



Works for about 3 days... Much like the ready of my New Years resolutions...

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Me and my husband both agree. We stopped drinking a long time ago. I don't even bother to stay up anymore.

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On that part I agree. I do however think that it is good for a "stopping point" to look back and reflect on decisions and events past, and seek to make better choices when needed for the upcoming year.

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I agree... at the same time, with booze involved, more than likely you will regret something new, on the first day of the year lol

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That's the problem though. People tend to assume that New Year = excessive drinking. The New Year part isn't the problem but society's limited ability to celebrate it is.

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I used to think going out and drinking was a great time and a fun way to celebrate the new year... maybe I'm just getting old.

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I think it gets old to a point. Sadly people would rather follow the masses (in excessive drinking) than to take the risk in doing something different.

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I hate turning on the news to so many stories of people dying because of drinking and driving

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Unfortunately that happens on a daily basis.

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Where i love they make a point of it on.new years. Its nothing to hear of five or ten deaths on new years but maybe one in a week the rest of the year. Same with independence day

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Valid point.

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