#3
I don't drink so my opinion is moo, like a cows opinion it don't matter......it's "moo"
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#4
It depends on how much I drank.
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#8
I don't drink. I'm more of a wine person because I'm in it for the taste. I guess it sort of relaxes me during my evening meals.
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#9
nah, mostly because i don't know the meaning of moderation.
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#10
The 'pass out' period is pretty relaxing.
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#12
i usually feel relaxed, but it depends on the atmosphere. i usually drink at either my house, or a friend's house. i also usually drink with my friends. i think that has a big impact on how alcohol makes me feel.

i've been at a few big parties with mostly people i didn't know, and i didn't really feel relaxed in those situations.
#13
While a depressant, alcohol does tend to stimulate... sometimes.
There was a study last year about this, that nightcaps actually do not work, because of lowered inhibitions, you tend to want to accomplish something instead of boring old sleep, etc...
It doesn't really seem to do much to me, then again, my tolerance is too damn high.
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#14
Well let's say you get drunk and go on a rollercoaster?

Funny story though.
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#15
At parties it gets me amped up and/or sick.

In a casual setting it's much more relaxing.
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#16
While a depressant, alcohol does tend to stimulate... sometimes.
There was a study last year about this, that nightcaps actually do not work, because of lowered inhibitions, you tend to want to accomplish something instead of boring old sleep, etc...
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true. i feel relaxed, but i can stay up all night and not think twice about it. once i'm drunk i really don't even think about sleeping, even when it is 4am.
#17
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Really depends on the mood you're in.

Yepper. It depends on how you feel when you start drinking.
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#19
Well, after a couple I want to do something crazy...as I always say to my friends, "I just feel like going out and killing child and making a chili out of him."

Actually, I feel like that the whole time, not just after a couple. But when I'm to the point where I can't move, I just want to go to sleep.
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#20
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Its really relaxing for me

up until the tenth drink and beyond, then im noisy, energetic and all that jazz



this.