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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Mem, Oct 31, 2010.
Is a mean drunk an unhappy miserable person by nature?
Is a happy drunk generally jovial?
Since it relaxes me, I get more friendly and loose than I already am.
I`m actually more slutty sober.
But I like to think I`m funny both drunk and sober
I had 6 bud lights at the singles party last night and had good time.
My loose morals become looser with alcohol... I do really stupid things....so I don't drink.
From a punchline from Bill Cosby talking about drugs"Yeah, but what if you're an asshole?"
I'm better drunk, sadly I don't drink very much any more.
Audre, no sane man could ever not get tanked looking at your titties there, babe.
Does Alcohol magnify your personality?
No Not Really!
But I am more likely to take my clothes off and show you my wang after four cocktails!
I have had alcohol confiscated from me at parties - I turn into a one liner comedian. I wish I could tap that ability effortlessly - and inexpensively. I am not a cheap lush. ;>
I just tend to get more chatty. I'm normally somewhat quiet by nature. I still retain a lot of my social awkwardness, though, which kinda bites.
Definitely. I'm me only magnified. I say bold things, I flirt more, I have more fun. I don't like hangovers though so I don't drink very often anymore.
I talk a lot normally, so give me alcohol and I'm almost impossible to shut up.
One or two drinks definitely makes me feel more relaxed. That in turn makes me feel more comfortable around people who I don't know.
Three or more after that, of course, and I may just have to pull down someone's pants. :biggrin:
Drunk, I have the same personality as when I'm sober, just a lot less coordinated but just as happy. When I get beyond drunk, I lose time (as in blackout) and get served divorce papers a few weeks later.
I've been told I'm a loud, happy, vaguely-intimidating drunk - in so much as my accent gets a lot more pronounced and people who're unfamiliar with drinking with the Scottish can mistake us for being angry when we're just being enthusiastic.
I guess when I'm drunk I'm exactly the same, except I drop things more often.
I guess that helps, since I've never seen an actual Scotsman in person, drunk, angry or otherwise.
Alcohol doesn't magnify my personality ... alcohol magnifies my personality defects.
Eh. The biggest thing I've noticed with the Scottish, especially since moving out of the country, is that when we've had a drink or two (and sometimes when we haven't) we've got a really bad habit of talking over each other. Which is sort of fine, when everyone else does it, but when you talk to people from elsewhere they just find it incredibly rude!
Thankfully I've managed a fair deal of restraint on that one these days. I've learned that not every beer needs to be preluded by whiskey.
That is put very nicely and I approve this message. Moi aussi. :tongue: