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Scaryduck writes, "I celebrated my last day on my paper round by giving everybody next door's paper, and the house at the end 16 copies of the Maidenhead Advertiser. And I kept the delivery bag. That certainly showed 'em."

What have you flounced out of? Did it have the impact you intended? What made you quit in the first place?

(, Thu 22 May 2008, 12:15)
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Good luck
Is it just me or am I the only one who thinks there isn’t a clear line between “20 dry days in 18 years” and “teetotal”. In fact, I think the line is extremely blurred and the blur covers the entire spectrum of alcohol consumption.

Even though I like to have the odd beer or six every so often, with me, it's not a habit. It's something I only do in a social setting. Sometimes, I end up having only one dry night in a week, but other times, I can go for more than a month without a drink. Being in my 30's, my alcohol tolerance has gone down somewhat, but if I pace myself, I can become 'socially lubricated' quicker before I get that ‘spaced-out’ feeling.

Anyway, good luck!


@ poultrymadame
Except me ;) I'm a natural loon :-P

@kaol
Have you tried getting up at exactly the same time each day? I’ve heard it’s supposed to set your body clock so you fall asleep when it’s bedtime. I used to do that when I was a teenager, but the demands of University social-life put a stop to that.

@CHCB
I find I have the ability to act drunk if I’m sober when I’m amongst the ‘socially drunk’. But maybe its because I go with the flow, or maybe its just coz I’m a ghetto-bonkerlicious natural loon.
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