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Friday Night, Think I'm A Little Drunk
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Yep, been drinking, think I had a bit much. Off to bed now, but wanted to kow what do you drink and how much and how often? I've been incresing alcohol consumption lately.

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Yep, been drinking, think I had a bit much. Off to bed now, but wanted to know what do you drink and how much and how often? I've been increasing alcohol consumption lately.

 

 

Eh, mostly water, a little coffee here and there sometimes.  You do know most people are too busy drinking on Friday night to take time to reply tho right?  :D

 

Otherwise I might try some kind of rum or vodka once in a while.  Mainly to help with getting to sleep faster.  I saw a commercial for this Tito's vodka recently.  They said it is gluten-free and made from corn. I haven't tried it myself.   You'd have got a lot of responses by posting your question in the funny pages thread.  They have some little experience with drinking there.

 

http://titosvodka.com/find/

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Eh, mostly water, a little coffee here and there sometimes.  You do know most people are too busy drinking on Friday night to take time to reply tho right?  :D

 

Otherwise I might try some kind of rum or vodka once in a while.  Mainly to help with getting to sleep faster.  I saw a commercial for this Tito's vodka recently.  They said it is gluten-free and made from corn. I haven't tried it myself.   You'd have got a lot of responses by posting your question in the funny pages thread.  They have some little experience with drinking there.

 

http://titosvodka.com/find/

On this thread?

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/98288-the-funny-pages-tickle-me-elbow-the-sequel/page-120#entry882889

Why....we never drink! We are a serious and sober group!

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Martini for me, please. A REAL one made with gin... If not, wine will do.  :ph34r:

As I remember, you & I like some nice red wine!

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As I remember, you & I like some nice red wine!

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Indeed we do.  :)

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Used to drink pretty frequently (your typical university student :P) 2-3 years ago, but not anymore! Now I just get dizzy after drinking a sip, for some reason. So I just have virgin versions of my favourite drinks. Haven't had any since January 2013. 

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Hahaha is it bad that I don't even remember writing this thread?

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Hahaha is it bad that I don't even remember writing this thread?

 

Hey, thoze r the best kind of threds.  hick! :)

 

I see some of the "experts" on drinking from the funny pages have loaned their assistance to answering your query.

 

Seems to me there are quite few threads on drinking on this here forum.  Probably has some medicinal use I suppose.

 

The important thing is to never mention the NSA in one of your posts about drinking.  Don't want them to flag you for invites to Friday night parties after all.  Although they probably know how to party purty good.

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The important thing is to never mention the NSA in one of your posts about drinking.  Don't want them to flag you for invites to Friday night parties after all.  Although they probably know how to party purty good.

 

Its cool for her to mention it though, she's across the pond. The rest of us though.... and heck, I'm in Utah. I may very well end up with a party invite! :ph34r:

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