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cindycat Thu 27-Aug-09 23:18:28

A while ago i read and very occassionally took part in a alcohol abuse thread. Does this still exist?

pinkteddy Thu 27-Aug-09 23:30:32

theres been one in general health called 'how do you know if you're drinking too much' or something like that but not sure if its still live or not.

cindycat Thu 27-Aug-09 23:33:44

thanks pinkteddy, will have a look.

MIFLAW Mon 14-Sep-09 00:46:18

Always happy to talk if it will help.

expatinscotland Mon 14-Sep-09 00:47:41

could start another one up if you'd like!

am waiting for this sleepytime tea to kick in here.

SolidGoldBrass Mon 14-Sep-09 00:59:51

Mine's a pint.

MIFLAW Tue 15-Sep-09 00:34:39

Thanks, SGB, you've been a great help.

expatinscotland Tue 15-Sep-09 13:34:06

Think of all the £££ you'll save not getting boozed up, not to mention impulse buying whilst drunk.

MIFLAW Tue 15-Sep-09 16:27:26

Impulse buying? Don't forget impulse dialling ...

expatinscotland Tue 15-Sep-09 18:05:22

Impulse dialling and picking up the phone used to get me into lots of trouble!

'Boot call', as it's known in the US.

expatinscotland Tue 15-Sep-09 18:06:04

Sorry, booty call.

PenguinProject Tue 15-Sep-09 22:17:23

Don't drink and dial!!! grin

expatinscotland Wed 16-Sep-09 14:12:32

And don't pick up the phone at 2AM and listen to his drunken sob story and then tell him to come right over.

Or, if you do, as soon as he gets in and before you start getting jiggy, get him to agree to buy your breakfast once you both finally come to.

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