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47 minutes ago, kenk24 said:

 

That is true - and nobody wants to look like a sack of spuds, as you call them, but then, I think the overeaters of the world are rarely out at 3 am getting thrown out of a bar for misbehaving and end up trying to break a bottle over someone's head after someone else took exception to their slobbering drunk behavior. They don't end up in the news sitting at the police station bleeding from the forehead and not even remembering how they got there... 

 

Just my observations... 

True, Over-eaters usually fall into a food coma. Never met a belligerent over eater but then again, I never tried to take their food either..:smile:

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3 hours ago, opalred said:

i am waiting to see if next life can do without

i have told wife  to fill my box on sendoff 

to fill with bottles of leo

Must like warm beer.....:saai:.....

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So many variables.....I get mellow, some get angry, aggressive, silly, funny, loud, quiet, sloppy, x-rated, etc.....

 

Also depends on tolerance & current events/state of mind....

 

I prefer not to drink & still feel that I enjoy the art of living every available moment with nothing to prove to anybody....

 

But, there are times when I'll have/mix a drink.....There's alcohol problems in the family tree so I limit myself to one bottle a month....Whether shared with guests all at once or left by itself for a month or more, once one bottle is gone that's it for the month....I don't get hangovers no matter how much, which probably comes through the family too.....

 

Beer tasted horrid the first time I tasted it - and still does do this day.....

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4 hours ago, opalred said:

i am waiting to see if next life can do without

i have told wife  to fill my box on sendoff 

to fill with bottles of leo

One of the fellas in the village passed away - well, we reckoned there was no way that he could last eternity in the afterlife so to try and keep him buried, so to speak, we stuffed the coffin with Leo.

 

As the wake was drawing to a close, we left, passing close to the cemetery.  There was an eerie scraping, sound and the earth erupted.

"For the love of God, will ye not stay buried? What do you want from us?"

"Bottle-opener"

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If one does not have an Alcohol problem it's use can be a nice way of helping one to relax. If on the other hand one does have a problem....it's use can be a living hell on earth. 

     I stopped drinking 16 years ago and the result has been a life beyond my wildest dreams.

    If I were to die tonight I will die in the certain knowledge that I was the most blessed man on the face of this earth to have been given a second chance at achieving a level of joy and happiness that I could never have imagined.

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of course it can. listen to the buddha. he says to stay away from intoxicants.  booze is a dead end road. just like weed is. the revolving door of I'm happy when I'm high sad when I'm not . is never ending. it TAKEES A WHILE THOUGH WHEN ONE IS SOBER TO SEE THE BENEFITS.  LIKE POSSIBLY OVER A YEAR. ARE U WILL ING TO GO A YEAR OF DETOX. FOR LONG TERM HAPPINESS.  UP TO YOU . OR JUST KEEP SUCKING THE BOTTLE!

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4 minutes ago, theguyfromanotherforum said:

 


Yes it can be more enjoyable with a sweet right hand next to me.

Yeah, I think if you cannot enjoy life if you are deprived of one thing; then you are too dependent upon that one thing.

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Definitely not a must for me. A handful of spirit drinks and beers a year is about my limit. That said, I'm diabetic and still eat chocolate and/or desserts every day.

 

Life is about personal choice - one man's meat........

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32 minutes ago, theguyfromanotherforum said:

 


Yes it can be more enjoyable with a sweet right hand next to me.

 

Yo Charlie from another planet - - what are you doing with that right hand? 

 

ps - w/all that money you save monthly, you can make a nice donation to your lovely wife's family - right? 

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29 minutes ago, smotherb said:

Yeah, I think if you cannot enjoy life if you are deprived of one thing; then you are too dependent upon that one thing.

In LOS it's chili's...:smile:

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