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    I recently got told by my GP i have IBS triggered by alcohol, which has meant I have stopped drinking alcohol almost completely, although on big ocassions when i have no obligation to do any chore the next day I still well.


    I am a naturally confident person, and like going out and talking to girls, and even getting with girls but is it wrong to get with girls whislt you are basically sober when she has had a couple of drinks? What else can I do?
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    why would it be wrong? if you'd do the same thing when drunk, what difference does it make when you're sober
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I recently got told by my GP i have IBS triggered by alcohol, which has meant I have stopped drinking alcohol almost completely, although on big ocassions when i have no obligation to do any chore the next day I still well.


    I am a naturally confident person, and like going out and talking to girls, and even getting with girls but is it wrong to get with girls whislt you are basically sober when she has had a couple of drinks? What else can I do?
    It would be wrong if she was completely plastered, but not if she's just tipsy and capable of sustaining a conversation.

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