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haha!! love it!!

i vote this thread now turns into a bad drunken experiance thread!! :P

i have many, many of these!!...or what i can remember of them!
do you have a problem with alcohol? if you do, there are a couple threads on the subject somewhere in here too. well you know, just in case ...
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Old 21.01.2011, 15:32
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Old 21.01.2011, 15:37
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honestly... all joking aside ( going into old man mode )

19 yr old girl
blind drunk
walking home,
presumably alone
at 2am ish
...even in safe Switzerland this doesnt sound very safe.
I would say !Its plain stupid But I think she knows that herselfShe ended up safely home ,thats the main thing
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Old 21.01.2011, 16:38
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bloody hell!! that was an expensive night out! that dosent sound too good!!

luckily my keys and purse were in my pockets so i hadnt lost them! would have been screwed otherwise! i think i will go to the local police station this weekend and just see if anything has been handed in. but its unlikely i think!

moral of the story... stop drinking so much!! :P
Or, put the house keys in underwear zip pocket and carry just some hard cash (subject to your drinking capacity); you are all set to go out drinking
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Re: losing stuff on a bad, drunken night out!

haha yeah thats a good idea! oh and the tram pass so that your safe and dont have to walk home!! genius! best of both worlds then!!
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Old 21.01.2011, 16:43
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Or, put the house keys in underwear zip pocket
underwear zip pocket?

that sounds decidedly kinky
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Or, put the house keys in underwear zip pocket and carry just some hard cash (subject to your drinking capacity); you are all set to go out drinking
I'd guess that you are an inexperienced drunk (I'm sure that's come out as an insult but it shouldn't be). Given the propensity for falling over and generally crashing into things the last place I'm putting pointy keys and things is near my meat and veg. It's making my toes curl just thinking about it - I'd rather lose my keys!
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Old 21.01.2011, 16:53
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Or, put the house keys in underwear zip pocket and carry just some hard cash (subject to your drinking capacity); you are all set to go out drinking
And at the same time Boobytrapp your zipper equipped underwear for some other obvious reasons
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I'd guess that you are an inexperienced drunk
This is really insulting

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I'm putting pointy keys and things is near my meat and veg. It's making my toes curl just thinking about it - I'd rather lose my keys!
Lol, are you thinking about keeping the keys vertically to your body?
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Old 21.01.2011, 19:37
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I'd guess that you are an inexperienced drunk (I'm sure that's come out as an insult but it shouldn't be). Given the propensity for falling over and generally crashing into things the last place I'm putting pointy keys and things is near my meat and veg. It's making my toes curl just thinking about it - I'd rather lose my keys!
Meat= Him /Veg.= Her ??????
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Re: losing stuff on a bad, drunken night out!

only HIM - normally known as Meat and TWO Veg....
think of raclette potatoes

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Old 21.01.2011, 20:04
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Re: losing stuff on a bad, drunken night out!

Or petits pois, depending on the gentleman.
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Old 21.01.2011, 20:58
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Or, put the house keys in underwear zip pocket and carry just some hard cash (subject to your drinking capacity); you are all set to go out drinking
Just have to make the decision about whose underwear zip pocket to utilise.
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Old 21.01.2011, 21:00
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If you drink was spiked, you wouldn't remember any of being abuse... You probably weren't but you can't swear on it...

THAT would freak me out more than anything else...
But, what about the cases where one drinks too much at a party (non-spiked, admittedly drank too much, based on admitted numbers of drinks drunk)?

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Old 21.01.2011, 21:34
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But, what about the cases where one drinks too much at a party (non-spiked, admittedly drank too much, based on admitted numbers of drinks drunk)?

Tom
I am sorry, I don't get your question... If she was drugged, she wouldn't remember anything, that's for sure! If she was so drunk, yes of course she could be in the same state and not have any memories of what happened.

I was commenting on the spiked drink comment.
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only HIM - normally known as Meat and TWO Veg....
think of raclette potatoes
for Her - does it called barmuda triangle?
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Old 22.01.2011, 10:31
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Re: losing stuff on a bad, drunken night out!

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This bit doesn't apply to the otherwise reasonably honest Swiss. An unlocked bike will invariably be found by some drunk, taken 75% of the way home (his/her home that is) and then checked in a river.

Perhaps you stole your own bike and chucked it in a river?
I had two bikes stolen - Xmas Eve and 31 July. Do people only steal on Celebration evenings? The first time, the bike was locked outside an internet cafe with huge windows and me being about 3 metres from it, the second was from outside my apartment.
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I had two bikes stolen - Xmas Eve and 31 July. Do people only steal on Celebration evenings? The first time, the bike was locked outside an internet cafe with huge windows and me being about 3 metres from it, the second was from outside my apartment.
Were you drunk too at that time?
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Were you drunk too at that time?
Absolutely no alcohol in my system at all. SO I definitely did not steal my own bikes and throw them in the river.

Having also had bikes stolen in NZ and in England, I am not about to get racist as to the nationalities of dirty, rotten, filthy, thieving bike snatchers. All I can say is that the thieves made good choices in their selection .
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underwear zip pocket?

that sounds decidedly kinky
kangaroo underwear
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