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caithness caithness 51-55, F 25 Answers Nov 23, 2012 in Community

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i prolly drove over the limit once or twice in the late 70s. borderline.

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intrepiddreamer, and Gemzaayy both have blocked me and does this count as an admittance to guilt?

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yes...lol

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Never have, Never will...

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good foor you, you are in the minority....I never will again, tho I and everyone I know, have at some point...

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The consequences of drink driving can be life changing and not in a good way either... I'm glad that you will never do that again...:)

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the expense and humiliation alone cured me...

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Awwww.... Sorry that you learned the hard way... *hugs*

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I had a bad lapse od judgement when i was young. Thankfully i didn't get a dwi but i wont even consider it now.

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glad you learned without getting caught...it is an awfully expensive lesson other-wise...

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My father caught me. I was vehicle less for about 6 weeks. I was 18 at the time. It was only a couple miles home from a friends house. Didn't realize how bad i was. Very late at night though I didn't get caught and thankfully no one got hurt.

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Never!

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good for you

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Never ever ever. <br />
Im so strict on that that I wont drive if Ive had one glass

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you are very smart.

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Thankyou :-)

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Oh and for the braindead stoner.... I dont even know who itis but he can go fck himself

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Yes it was always my favourite time too drive! Its on vid -<br />
http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Stop_Monsanto_in_Mexico/?tXQYIdb

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Thanks....

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DON'T bother with the link. It is spam... unrelated to the topic.

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Yes. Back in 1989 I drove home drunk. The next morning was all about the news looking for a hit-and-run driver. The front of my car was dented in and I had no idea why. I turned numb and froze in place seeing this.<br />
As I stared at my car my -- ready to call the police to turn myself in -- neighbor came out and apologized for backing into me, saying she will take care of the damage. The news was looking for a dark colored sedan, and I had a white Mazda RX-7. <br />
This was my wake up call, and I never drove again after ANY amount of alcohol.

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God, who could ask for a better reason not to drink and drive? Thanks for telling us this story. I hope it will keep at least one person from getting behind the wheel this holiday season.

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I couldn't agree more! I should write the long version into the confessions category.
On an unrelated note, we should schedule a play-date for our dog icon profile pictures. :)

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Not that I can remember....

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Lucky guess!

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Ummm. Sort of.

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NEVER!!!! I don't even like to drink outside of the house.

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Yes.

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Yes....the next morning I had to check to see if my car was there.

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In my younger days, yes, drunk, stoned, or otherwise impaired out of my skull. Those days are thankfully long behind me now, so when I'm drinking, etc, I either stay put or give the keys to someone else.

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No. I would never.

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Nope

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Don't! Ever! You will be tempted to when you are older...don't do it!

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no

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