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Am I imaging things or is alcohol becoming less drank?
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yes it is becoming more normalised, a youtuber I watch who was on love island called JordanRiane doesnt drink at all
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yes it is becoming more normalised, a youtuber I watch who was on love island called JordanRiane doesnt drink at all
But, this YouTuber shouldn't go round telling others to do the same, because ultimately it is none of his business.
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But, this YouTuber shouldn't go round telling others to do the same, because ultimately it is none of his business.
it's a girl, and she does it for health reasons to look after her appearance
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it's a girl, and she does it for health reasons to look after her appearance
Fine, there is nothing wrong with doing it for health reasons, but my point is still valid. She has no right to dictate to others what they should do.
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Fine, there is nothing wrong with doing it for health reasons, but my point is still valid. She has no right to dictate to others what they should do.
do you even watch them? she didnt tell anyone not to drink
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theres always been a small percentage of people that dont drink, nothing has changed
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do you even watch them? she didnt tell anyone not to drink
I've seen one of her videos. Too many people nowadays are sticking their beak into others business and telling them what to do, I thought she might be one of them.
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theres always been a small percentage of people that dont drink, nothing has changed
It's actually quite a large percentage now, within ten years alcohol will be banned.
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Am I imaging things or is alcohol becoming less drank?
i think ur just Imaging.

alcohol is still drank alot . maybe you think that way cuz pubs and stuff arent open. lol
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i think ur just Imaging.

alcohol is still drank alot . maybe you think that way cuz pubs and stuff arent open. lol
I rarely visit pubs and clubs, I mainly drink at home. But, the internet has convinced me that alcohol is becoming rare.
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Are you maybe thinking about smoking?

Just wait till the 4th July mate lol.
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Am I imaging things or is alcohol becoming less drank?
Hahahahaha no
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It's actually quite a large percentage now, within ten years alcohol will be banned.
lol no, youre just talking to people who dont drink.
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no not even close
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It's actually quite a large percentage now, within ten years alcohol will be banned.
at least then drug policies will be consistent, even though we'd be killing even more people.
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Fine, there is nothing wrong with doing it for health reasons, but my point is still valid. She has no right to dictate to others what they should do.
Similarly people who love to get drunk for fun shouldnt be telling others they are boring or antisocial if they dont want to drink. It works both ways and the former happens incredibly frequently at university where drinking culture is so ingrained.
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It's actually quite a large percentage now, within ten years alcohol will be banned.
Oh, you're that guy.

Dupe troll guys, ignore
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I’m 19 and never had a sip of alcohol. Just not felt the need to really
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Sales volume for alcoholic drinks is still steadily increasing year on year with the exception of 2020 because of Coronavirus.
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Am I imaging things or is alcohol becoming less drank?
Isn't drank that delightfully fruity drink of codeine and soda? :holmes:
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