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- Tue, 17 Sep 2019 02:24:05 EST Rjg/yO/U No.282707
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>when all ur frens are straight edge and you're a functional alcoholic
wt? why do some people take things so seriously fuckk?
so fucking stupid just make love and something i'm drinking mac and cheese rn
why are ppl so fucking serious
Fucking Honeyham - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 02:52:50 EST 0jIqRBR6 No.282708 Reply
People are assholes. I'm an asshole. You're an asshole. We all are.

I think I can kinda make out what you are saying. I lost all my friends. They all stopped drinking years ago and got married and had kids and now raise families and shit like that. Fuck em. They became downers. And here I am 30 as a miserable self loathing prick getting hammered every night just so I can ease the pain of existence enough to get by. I have no idea where I'm headed but I can't see a happy ending.
Hugh Willyhuck - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 03:45:18 EST 9QBBnhFL No.282709 Reply
>We all are assholes
insert dicks, pussies & assholes rant from team america
Esther Lightspear - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 16:10:04 EST CQmPacUy No.282717 Reply
All my friends are alcoholics. It's weird to hang out with people who don't get fucked up on the regular. Some of them are more functional than others. I'm towards the less functional side of the spectrum.
Hugh Girringhood - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 19:30:36 EST RgepkrfM No.282718 Reply
I was reading this article the other day:

The meat of it isn't really important, but what stuck out to me is
>Klein said research found that the average millennial consumed about 24 drinks a month in 2013, but in 2019 that’s gone up to 29 drinks a month.
I ended up doing the math and I figured that I'm having at least 29 drinks (assuming 1 drink is 12 oz. beer or 1.5 oz. liquor) in the span of a week
Esther Lightspear - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 19:56:06 EST CQmPacUy No.282720 Reply
Yeah. "Averages" when it comes to drinking are weird. A small percent of people drink the majority of booze. I think this finding has been replicated many times, across multiple cultures. https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/the-top-10-percent-drink-way-more-than-you-think.html

>The top 10% of drinkers account for more than half of all alcohol consumed in the U.S.
>The median consumption is 3 drinks per week among those who do drink (tossing out the 30% who don't drink at all.)
>According to Cook, "... the heaviest drinkers are of greatly disproportionate importance to the sales and profitability of the alcoholic beverage industry. If the top decile could be induced to curb their consumption to that of the next lower group (the ninth decile) then total ethanol sales would fall by 60%."
Phyllis Blythestone - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 00:44:56 EST VgciEOeP No.282760 Reply
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It can be replicated across many other industries, too:

>The top 10% of longest distance runners account for nearly half of all distance ran, averaging about 30 miles per week. Meanwhile, the MEDIAN distance for all self-described 'runners' was only 0.79 miles a week. Pathetic!

>The top 10% of people (when measured by body weight/) consume half of all the cake, eating an average of 20 slices per week! Yet most people who reported eating cake in the last year only ate less than 1 slice per week. The confections industry would absolutely crumble without these lumbering beasts!

What does it all mean?
Albert Dartstone - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 03:47:04 EST ZmMOOBMJ No.282761 Reply
some people really like things most people just kinda like
Fucking Blatherdale - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 23:57:06 EST APgsu79i No.282767 Reply
nah those guys are taking sommelier courses and posting on beeradvocate and shit. were more like alcohol special ed.
Ian Blinkinwirk - Mon, 04 May 2020 14:26:14 EST YQ/ieAnp No.284192 Reply
I'm glad I'm not the only one that has wondered some of those things. I don't know what you mean by drinking mac and cheese.

I lost a fren a while ago. We both drank and he got mad about literally nothing (he couldn't understand) so he got in his car and died.

I've met successful people who drink and the bums. I think it's the way everyone is raised. Those people take their cars, property, and all kinds of shit super serious, because their parents or friends growing up valued those things. I didn't have any of those things and when I do I treat them with little respect. A car is just a tool to get by, I'm not going to replace parts on it and trade it in for another one or fix it up to sell it, no I'm just going to drive around in it and leave my cigarettes where ever I feel like. I've changed this behavior before and for a long time but my mind never switches to the changed behavior way of thinking and acting, I still just see it as a car. Same with everything else. My room is a mess
Hamilton Hushwat - Mon, 04 May 2020 19:51:30 EST 6X3k7C2G No.284196 Reply
All my frens are alcoholics, too (to varying degrees). On the one hand, it's nice to never get judged. on the other hand, it makes cutting back way more difficult, because the last 15 years, we've been drinking/getting fucked up every time we hang out

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