Yes. When I'm drunk things go from brain to mouth without a filter o_0
usually this is true.
An intoxicated person has loosened inhibitions and is more likely to say something he won't say when he is sober, but not always.
Often, but not necessarily. We all have transient emotions. There are times when we are frustrated or angry and "hate" our spouse or children. Expressing those transient feeling when sober is something we would never do, because we know deep down that those feeling don't really express how we feel, even though we may feel that way at the moment. <br />
If we get drunk when we are frustrated or angry, we may say hurtful things that FEEL true in the moment, but when considered by the sober mind, we would never say because we know they aren't trure.
I think it can work both ways. A person might be more inclined to spin a yarn when they are drunk, but a person might not weigh their words, and blurt out something true about their feelings, that they otherwise would not.
Many yes. Some are more coward when drunk.
Yeah drink makes people more confident! Probably saying the words he dare say sobre
not always if you don't believe them then it doesn't matter if you believe them when there drunk.some are good hiders even under the influence so no i don't believe this is true.
no ... it's just an inconsistent babble of fears and repressions possessing the psyche
Could be, but it could also be a small complaint that being drunk makes seem huge and so the person over-reacts in a way they wouldn't when sober.
no dell its pure B/S, done it enough myself to know.
I truly believe that . Not only words bu actions .
yes, inhibitions are lowered.
I see it in films i don't no about reality but i think there is some truth in it that's why they show it in films. i normally didn't see drunk person