Wingman wrote:melvin wrote:pls do not drink and drive
new guy buys. i'll have a sidecar, thanks.
Surreal wrote:Can we just pause here and admire the multiple levels of humor the Wingman just unleashed?
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Wingman wrote: you had that devil's cut, yet? let's have some. cheers!
LWTCS wrote:Wingman wrote: you had that devil's cut, yet? let's have some. cheers!
Yiars, wondering what that is all about too.
Hard tuh spend money on sumpin that,,,in my circle,,,,,does not have a flattering,,,,,,well er,,,name....
Interested no matter though.
Wingman wrote:sounds like you need a new circle, if they're preventing you from trying a product based on the name.
Wingman wrote: y'all got something against cuts?
Mr. Viking wrote:I did once, I was at a party, and I think I had only been driving a month or two, but some friends needed picked up from work later on. I simply made sure to stick to a couple of cans of beer and a whisky or two and ate plenty of food. Didn't have any trouble, though I certainly wasn't properly drunk
marie86 wrote:I've drove after having a few a few times, would of been over the drink drive limit. Only short distance and managed it fine. Thats not saying I'll be fine every time I know. I really think the test for drink driving should be more of a reaction test than breath test as they say alcohol slows reactions which I do believe but a breath test does not mean anything. 2 pints is around the limit I believe I've had 2 pints and felt quite drunk before and another time had 2 pints and felt nothing it depends what you eat before. A reaction test would be more accurate I think.
Obviously these idiots that drink and drive that end up killing people are stupid for driving but not everyone who drives when over the limit is the same.
DrunkEveryAfternoon wrote:I drive drunk almost all the time,
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