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    Hmmm fist exposure to alcohol for two weeks...do you ever find you can make more sense of things when you're drunk that when you're sober?
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    Are just referring to being more open with yourself and confident in your actions, so it's easier to make decisions on subjects that are bothering you?
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    Yes until I wake up stinking of vodka and shame.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hmmm fist exposure to alcohol for two weeks...do you ever find you can make more sense of things when you're drunk that when you're sober?
    Of course! You will find that once you’re drunk that your intelligence will increase at a logarithmic rate after each additional drink until such time as you wake up with the inevitable hangover.
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    Yes until I wake up stinking of vodka and shame.
    kudos :')
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    There are lots of brilliant things you do drunk but not sober. For example, when drunk I will try and bang out 100 press ups purely because I can't feel the lactic acid crippling my poor arms. No doubt if I tried it sober I wouldn't be getting anywhere near that figure.

    Alcohol turns me into a God.
 
 
 
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