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Drunkeness in the middle of the day

Postby Anon. on Mon Sep 30, 2002 5:01 pm

HOw iss drunkenness in the middle of the day generally regarded? For e.g., today I had a copious amount to drink with my lunch at Broons, finishing off with a couple of brandy sours, and then I went to Luvians and bought a half-bot of Champagne which I consumed over the course of my Mediaeval history lecture and the rest of the afternoon, with the result that now, just before dinner, I am rather, actually make that very, wasted.

Several people I have met in the course of the day have deplored my conduct - is it the opinion of The Sinner that midday drunkenness is bad form?

Feedback would be welcome, and please forgive my innaccuracies of spelling etc etc.

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Re:

Postby Anon. on Mon Sep 30, 2002 5:03 pm

sorry for my pretentious/effeminate choice of drinks, but I've never really acquired the taste for beer

I hope it does not alienate potential posters on this thread
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Mid-day Drunkenness

Postby JJ on Mon Sep 30, 2002 5:13 pm

My dear boy - midday drunkenness is actively encouraged.


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Re:

Postby The_Farwall on Mon Sep 30, 2002 5:41 pm

I entirely agree, if you can get through your normal day in a competant manner then you're doing much better than many people. If you can do so whilst becoming steadily more influenced by alcohol then more power to you. Those who make derogetory comments (pardon my spelling) are either putting to much stead in accepted social norms without stopping to apply them properly to your situation (are you in a position of responsibility? etc...) or are just envious of you 'jollified' state. Well, that's what I think anyway.

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Hah!

Postby David Bean on Mon Sep 30, 2002 11:04 pm

Well, 'Anon.', you'd have had to be drunk, because the combination of our conversation over dinner, and your inclusion of your own initials, now makes it blatantly obvious who you are!
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It all depends

Postby Pilmour Boy on Mon Sep 30, 2002 11:24 pm

on what Champagne it was...
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Re:

Postby Anon. on Mon Sep 30, 2002 11:30 pm

[s]Pilmour Boy wrote on 00:24, 1st Oct 2002:
on what Champagne it was...


Veuve Clicquot.
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Postby Amanda on Tue Oct 01, 2002 1:33 am

drunkenness is always good...it helps you to forget a hell of a lot of things that would otherwise make you slightly down...not when you have a 9am lecture and a 10am turoial though...err...

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PM pissheads

Postby Al on Tue Oct 01, 2002 8:34 am

Drunkenness is to be applauded at any time of the day or night. If, however, you are drunk in the afternoon from the excesses of the night before, you are to be especially commended.

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Re:

Postby Scunthorpe on Tue Oct 01, 2002 9:34 am

Good choice of champaign incedentally. Early drinking should be actively encouraged. I, for example am sdrunk already.

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Re:

Postby Anon. on Tue Oct 01, 2002 7:59 pm

At half-ten in the morning? Good Lord.
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Re:

Postby Anon. on Tue Oct 01, 2002 11:27 pm

Woo hoo! Sloshed again! Tho' admittedly in the evening this time.
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Re:

Postby Emma on Wed Oct 02, 2002 1:03 pm

Where's Betty these days? You know, the woman who would have posted something along the lines of,

'Disgusting wretches! Alcohol is the devil's plague and you're all going to burn!'

or something like that. Not that I necessarily agree, just feel that all this agreement and geniality needs livening up.
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Betty

Postby Al on Wed Oct 02, 2002 2:24 pm

Perhaps she's in a sanatorium for people whose lives have been damaged by alcohol. I mean, something must have set her off.

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Re:

Postby Anon. on Wed Oct 02, 2002 6:35 pm

Bloody hell - was drunk before dinner again today. What is going on?
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Re:

Postby Al on Wed Oct 02, 2002 6:57 pm

You are drinking alcohol. It is making you drunk. Simple.

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Re:

Postby Pilmour Boy on Sat Oct 12, 2002 9:47 pm

[s]Anon. wrote on 00:30, 1st Oct 2002:
[s]Pilmour Boy wrote on 00:24, 1st Oct 2002:[i]
on what Champagne it was...


Veuve Clicquot.
[/i]



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who cares?

Postby laurence on Sun Oct 13, 2002 1:28 pm

this person is a sad git who can't get through the day without getting pissed...do you do your work?

if not, fuck off, because that would be really offensive.
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Re:

Postby Pilmour Boy on Sun Oct 13, 2002 5:09 pm

[s]laurence wrote on 14:28, 13th Oct 2002:
this person is a sad git who can't get through the day without getting pissed...do you do your work?

if not, fuck off, because that would be really offensive.


While I do feel very sorry for anyone who can't get through the day without alcohol, there really is no denying the fact that it can make the day far, far more fun.
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Re:

Postby James Baster on Sun Oct 13, 2002 5:20 pm

[s]laurence wrote on 14:28, 13th Oct 2002:
this person is a sad git who can't get through the day without getting pissed...do you do your work?

if not, fuck off, because that would be really offensive.


No, because you wouldn't want to be offensive, would you *cought*Laurence*cought*?

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