To be honest I think it would be difficult to enjoy this kind of atmosphere for some people unless they were drunk.
no!!! I hate clubs they suck you cant even carry out a decent conversation the music is always way to loud and the drinks are way to exspensive i prefur house parties and bars if i do go out i usaly dont dance anyway or drink i dont like to be in crowed spaces its just not my cup of tea
It is not good place to go your spare time, I rather stay my home and relax with my friends.
I have never been in either.
When I drink, it is in my own home only.......no risk to fellow travelers.
I just enjoy dancing, you don't need to drink to have a good time, i think it is about the people you are with.
I do not drink period, and I go to clubs all of the time. I used to work in the club, but I never touched a drink. I tried to drink when I first turned 21, and after having a hangover I vowed never to do it again. My boyfriend drinks, and my sister does to; I am always the the driver. Ciao Bamboias and God bless!
If I decide to venture out to a club, my main reason is to dance. Drinking takes a back seat to dancing!
For me clubs are just a waste of time. As i already have a girlfriend and i don't really like to dance, so there is nothing do for me. Talking about drinking itself i can say this: the worst things in my life happened when i was drunk. And you know, i was drunk only a few times in my life, and i'm living at zero alcohol for more then a year now. I must add here, that from my 20 years of life, this year was the best ever so it may have some relation to alcohol.
clubs/discos is a weird place to be unless you love to be in a dark room where there's trippy music and unlimited alcohol that turns people into poor decision makers.
by Jack Hazen 6 years ago
What should you do?Just found them this morning after she left for school.Let's see. We have Jack Daniel's. Crown Royal. Dewar's White Label. And Tangueray London Dry Gin.She won't be home from school, so I have about 8 hours to plot a strategy.
by momster 6 years ago
You can vote, buy cigerettes, become a legal adult, sign a bonding contract, and serve your country at the age of 18. You cannot legally consume or buy alcohol until the age of 21. Should the age limit be lowered for drinking or should we raise the age for all the other things that are allowed at...
by Nicola Tweedie 6 years ago
How can you reduce the amount that you drink, if you drink every day?
by Peeples 5 years ago
Why is the legal age to drink 21 in the majority of USA?When the legal age to join the military is 18, the legal age to consent to sex is 16, the legal age to buy pornography and lottery is 18, and the legal age to be held responsible for a signed contract (credit card/house purchase) is 18.
by KikiCobain 5 years ago
Would you regard someone as an alcoholic if they consumed atleast 2 beers, most, if not every day?
by albertovich 6 years ago
If you go to a party and you don't drink, will you still have fun?Do we really need alcohol to have fun?
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