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    Sober leads to good funny conversations and alcohol leads to good funny antics. They're both good in their own way.

    For best results, mix together (a good level of tipsy shall suffice)
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    I dunno, because sometimes they can be really crap when you're drunk, and conversely sometimes they can be amazing when you're sober.

    Depends on the people, I say.
    You don't have to get hammered though.. a few drinks can make people more sociable and therefore they may be more likely to enjoy themselves.
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    Is this the correct answer from a multiple choice question set by Oxford Brookes?
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    Parties without alcohol can be the best. I always hate the end of the party when alcohol is involved... everyone just seems so depressed and sleepy. It's weird.

    Entertaining people at parties is a hard task to do, but it's fantastic when you get it right
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    You don't need alcohol.

    Just good food (sometimes), good music and cool people.
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    There is positive correlation between the probability of a party being fun and the amount of alcohol consumed (to a certain limit) IMO.
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    Depends entirely on what you mean by a party, and it depends on who is at this 'party'.
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    disagree, would rewrite it to say "a party with alcohol wil probably be more fun"
 
 
 
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