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    Yes. I have already been out of it 4 time in the last week. My mum loves a good party as well so I will be drinking loads at home.
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    Yep, I'm out tonight, then round my dad's tomorrow for XMas eve drinks, then drinking as soon as I get up on xmas day, for the whole day, then off round my mums on boxing day, drinking all day there and then off clubbing that evening. And all that without a cigarette.... Gonna be ****ing hard!
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    Wish I could. No friends to drink with.

    Oh well, at least my dad got us a bottle of JD.
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    Probably. I'll be consuming everything to excess; it is the time of gluttony, after all.
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    Probably and Hopefully.
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    I'm not a big drinker... So probably not. Probably just a few ciders here and there. And mulled wine. And... ooh, champagne if it's on offer! And beers. And, and... Uh. *cough*
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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    How have you managed to confuse the effects of drinking too much, and smoking too much ganja? :facepalm2:
    I haven't confused it, it's a commonly used term that has been used for generations around here in reference to drinking, I've only ever heard southern puffs use it in relation to smoking.
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    (Original post by mau5)
    I haven't confused it, it's a commonly used term that has been used for generations around here in reference to drinking, I've only ever heard southern puffs use it in relation to smoking.
    Really? Interesting... :beard:

    Seems more relevant to smoking though, what with going white and all :teehee:
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    Going out around town tonight, just got £45 from my share of the paper round tips
    Messssy nighttt.
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    I was drunk on monday at a christmas party, and will probably be drunk on new years eve, but i don't see the point in getting drunk with my family.
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    i bloody well hope so. im entering 2011 drunk hahaaaa!
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    Not as much as I normally would, or as much as I would like to , which is probably a good thing for my liver....

    ....too much revision.
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    Probably not to be honest =/
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    only whatever rubbish lager is in the house. Plus I'm back at home now, and I really don't feel like drinking heavily around my parents and siblings. And all my so called "friends" from before I went to uni could seriously not give a **** about socialising, a bunch of nerds all in all. Hopefully the uni meetup for new year happens or I am going to be so bored and depressed by the time this holiday is over. I ended up leaving my guitar and all my books and dvds at uni, so all I have to do for the month is play games and watch TV, and although I do tons of chores around the house, the parents just have a go at me for sitting around doing nothing all day. It really isn't my fault I finished uni so late all the xmas jobs were gone! Not enjoying the xmas holidays so far, and I can't see them getting any better tbh, christmas food aside. Not bothered about presents at all, I asked if I could just have the money for rent and stuff but no, you have to have something to open at christmas!

    This turned into a rant for some reason. I forgot how much living at home sucked. Parents don't buy much food I can eat with my allergies, and the shower doesn't work properly. i need to stop this post now before I just get angry
 
 
 
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