I’m never drinking again oh look wine Dory shirt. TO DRINK OR NOT TO DRINK: We’re saying “cheers” and I’m actually holding a glass of Coke Light, while my buddies Dato’ John Hii and his brother Jonathan are doing justice to the bottle of red wine. I don’t drink alcohol and I never have. Since alcohol is a social juice and gatherings often revolve around beer, wine or brandy, does that make me antisocial or boring? It’s not due to religion or my wanting to feel morally superior. It’s also not due to my high uric acid or past bad alcohol experiences.
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It just makes me feel groggy, slows me down and it doesn’t increase my enjoyment of whatever I’m doing. I know people who drink in moderation, like John and Jonathan, can derive some health benefits from alcohol. In a social setting, I always find it hard to explain why I don’t drink. I don’t want to preach too, especially to guys (and gals) who’ve already a few beers in. I think we shouldn’t judge people for drinking, and we shouldn’t be judged for not drinking. From the comments here, I notice most of my FB friends are non-drinkers or merely social drinkers. No one actually “confesses” to heavy drinking. Cheers to good health and good sharing !
Good afternoon and a fantastic day to you Tan Sri Clement and also to all my forum mates herein. In my opinion excess of anything is harmful. Moderation is the key word to drink, food, exercises and even sleep. Is it the ethanol spirit effects that we cheer during drinking sessions? Recently the methanol spirit killed and harmed many foreigners who cheered their drinking sessions. If someone cheers up, or something cheers someone up, they start to feel happier: like someone was sick so I sent her some flowers to cheer her up. Most of us got cheered up at the prospect of a meal and winked with an olden wine. Meet your good friends and dine heartily this weekend. Happy weekend everyone.
Why I Stopped Drinking Wine
One’s mood and good sense should always dictate one’s choice. To drink or not should not be an issue among friends who understand and accept one’s choice. Drinking isn’t a sign of greatness. Neither is abstaining antisocial or blanket wetting. It’s good not to continue to drink if one has found out that one had done too much harm to oneself in the past. A partially hardened liver doesn’t lie. The Silymarin can’t reverse that. But if one thinks drinking is going to make better comrades despite medical advice, then go ahead. And see how many comrades will come to one’s wake.