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  Reply # 277873 30-Nov-2009 14:50
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kiwitrc:
tardtasticx: Anyone here who has been really really wasted. what does it feel like seriously?


If you can answer this, you werent really really wasted.


+1!

The day after is always great, you tend to remember little snippets of the night before.

The last time we played "Hundy Club" (drink 100 shots of beer in 100 minutes @ 1 shot per min) we had a couple of sober people who wrote down "achivements" during the night on a board.  Sooo funny the next day reading them and recalling the events!

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  Reply # 277894 30-Nov-2009 15:33
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I tried to drink but couldnt make it after the trial sip. just didnt like it all. i dunno but i think i miss out socially cause of my habit. i think thts the downside.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 277915 30-Nov-2009 16:00
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It is actually quite surprising reading here how many people don't like to drink. I have always thought that most people like the odd brewsky!

A question to the people who say they have tried it but don't like it - What type of alcohol did you try? was it beer, wine or some type of spirt?

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  Reply # 277918 30-Nov-2009 16:01
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beer taste good...

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  Reply # 277942 30-Nov-2009 16:24
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I'm also in the non-drinking camp here. Although, a few weeks ago I had my first drink in 3 years.

Tried wine and champagne when I was younger, rum and coke 3 years ago (when my brother tried to get me drunk), and a bit of beer a few weeks ago (in Tijuana when everyone else was downing tequila and 96% alcohol content moonshine).

Didn't like the taste of any of them, and the one time I felt the effects (from my brother forcefeeding me rum and coke) I didn't enjoy those either.

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