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6 minutes ago, Dirtyhip said:

Don't be sad.  You are more fun when you are silly and happy.  

Alcohol is poison, BTW.  

Beer is all natural: water, hops, grains, yeast.  And the alcohol is just a byproduct of the yeasties eating the sugar from the grains. It ain't poison.

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14 minutes ago, smudge said:

Beer is all natural: water, hops, grains, yeast.  And the alcohol is just a byproduct of the yeasties eating the sugar from the grains. It ain't poison.

She is right, it is delicious grainy poison that makes you buzzy, attractive, and charming. 

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9 minutes ago, smudge said:

Beer is all natural: water, hops, grains, yeast.  And the alcohol is just a byproduct of the yeasties eating the sugar from the grains. It ain't poison.

After hearing some of my husband's stories from people recovering from alcohol addiction, it sure sounds like an addictive poison.  He sees some crazy crap in the hospital. 

That stuff is dangerous. 

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Just now, Dirtyhip said:

  He sees some crazy crap in the hospital. 

That stuff is dangerous. 

When I was in college, a buddy's rooommate worked security in an ER oh, the stories he told!

 

Just now, Dirtyhip said:

Unless you have on tighty whites.  Then you are less charming.  :P

Far less charming!

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1 minute ago, maddmaxx said:

Maybe I'm the only one who grew up in a family of drunks.  Bummer eh?  :(

I have one friend who is a functional drunk for the 25+ years I have known him. Other than him, it is just the quarrelsome ex who had to drink everyday.  My grandfather was supposedly an alcoholic, but he stopped well before I was born.  

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