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PrincessMaine PrincessMaine 46-50, F 23 Answers Dec 13, 2012 in WTK

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No I will be getting quite merry on whisky and beer.

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Hell, I'll be in bed asleep before 10pm on New Years. I don't need to be awake for January to come.

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Me

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I probably will be

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Only if the in-laws dress inappropriately. But I never drink.

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I will be drinking a little wine on both occasions, at home. I hate christmas as I was born Dec.25 and New Years is amateur night

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Not me sorry !

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Not totally sober at christmas but definitely drunky on NY... unless something goes wrong with childcare

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It is only on New Year's Eve that I let myself have a real go at booze.

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i most likely will be too, beer doesnt bother me.i will probably be on my own also

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I will be. No interest in drinking.

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You can depend on me for company.

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:-)

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count me i am always sober even after drinks

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Hopefully me.

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I hope so too...you are a sweetie!

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Possibly not sober on New Year's eve.

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Christmas yes, New Years no. I'll be right shitfaced New Years.

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Please be careful....

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Meee.

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That's sick. I'm sorry for you.

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That's sick. I'm sorry for her. People who drink alcohol live longer than sober people. And sobriety is involved in almost 70% of traffic deaths.

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You are ignorant, I don't mean "stupid". Just uneducated. And thank you Lit!

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Name calling is sad. So is sobriety. Regular moderate wine drinking can extend your life by about 25% according to lots and lots of research. Some research shows that moderate drinking of any kind will extend your life. Even heavy drinkers lived longer than sober people in some long term research by the Universities of Texas and Stanford. I'm sorry for your asceticism religious beliefs, but it doesn't justify calling names to people who enjoy life and enjoy longer lives.

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Look, Sir. I am not the argumentative type, but you have not walked in my shoes. Take a look at my stories....

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Blaming your bad behavior on alcohol is just making excuses and still refusing to take responsibility for your own bad behavior. As long as you can continue making excuses instead of being responsible you aren't going to change. I am sorry for you.

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