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Self-Discovered Guide to a Good Night Out!

25 Sep 2012 Author yeesi7

YOU DON’T HAVE TO DRINK TO HAVE A GOOD NIGHT OUT

One or two drinks can make you feel relaxed and confident. But if you drink too much, it could be a different story. You could end up slumped on the floor, fighting, vomiting, miserable or just plain boring. I bet almost all of the people drinking alcohol has experience those symptoms. Frankly, I slipped on the floor because there were drinks splashed on the ground and no one has noticed it and no one has cleaned it.

Know your limits and you will have a much better time.

Many young people choose not to drink. They know they don’t have to drink to have a good night out, even though it may seem like that’s what everyone does.

If you drink alcohol, here are some remedies you can follow before you really go for drinking;

BEFORE
Have something to eat.
If you are on a drive, then have a non-drinker to drive.
Have a enough money for a cab fare home if in case you are left behind.
Set a limit on how many drinks you will have.

DURING
Drink water or soft drinks between alcoholic drinks.
Avoid straight spirit shots and cocktails.
Avoid rounds or shots.
Avoid mixing your drinks.
Watch your drink. It sometimes happens that you take two shots at a time.
Look after your friends and let them know where you are going and who with.
Never leave a drink mate on their own.

AFTER
Never drive after your drink.
Never try to sober a person by feeding them with bread.
Never accept a ride from someone who has been drinking.
Drink plenty of water.
Hang out with people who will look after you if you get into trouble

P,S, All of the above tips I mentioned is real with the fact that I have experienced some of it and not all of it. But if you don’t realize your limit, some of it is going to happen.

EVERYONE, HAVE A GOOD NIGHT OUT!

One response to “Self-Discovered Guide to a Good Night Out!”

  1. Karma Gyeltshen says:

    hi friend…thank you very much for your words of wisdom as well as remedies …..hope it benefits the victims of alcohol immensely

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