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#1 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account** (08/15/2013) [-]
"I don't drink"   
 It's a 			*******		 energydrink
"I don't drink"
It's a ******* energydrink
#32 to #1 - anonymous (08/16/2013) [-]
It takes like bull piss
#27 to #1 - doubledisme (08/16/2013) [-]
redbull tastes like piss mixed in with diesel
five hour energy tastes like diabetic piss
and monster tastes like sugar gas and souls of killers in a can
if I had to choose I would pick monster for this exact reason
#26 to #1 - kaboomz (08/16/2013) [-]
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she doesnt drink energy drinks
User avatar #21 to #1 - krizzah (08/16/2013) [-]
Maybe, just MAYBE.. it was a joke
User avatar #17 to #1 - ponieskilledmyacc (08/16/2013) [-]
She doesn't drink ANYTHING
User avatar #35 to #17 - nicoquitemad (08/16/2013) [-]
#10 to #1 - ROTFLcopter **User deleted account** (08/16/2013) [-]
I hate the fact that the word "drink" is used to mean "drink alcoholic beverage."
I mean come on, everyone consumes liquids, who came up with this ******** ?

Sir have you been drinking?
Yes officer.
Oh really? How much?
Just a couple liters.
Recite the alphabet backwards.
How did you do that.
I didn't say I drank alcohol.
User avatar #30 to #10 - srapture (08/16/2013) [-]
It would take me like 10 minutes to say the alphabet backwards right now, so it seems pretty stupid to me that it's used as a test for drunkenness in America.
#58 to #30 - kingpongthedon ONLINE (08/16/2013) [-]
They don't use it anymore in most districts, however when they did, they weren't checking to see if you could recite the alphabet backwards, because nobody can do that easily (except hardened alcoholics). It was to see if you were slurring at all. A lot of people can cover a slur if they're thinking about it, but if they're thinking about something else, especially something they aren't familiar with, it's much harder. Another test they do is take X steps on this line. The person being tested usually thinks it's a balance test and so they walk in a perfectly straight line but 9 times out of ten they'll walk a round number of steps, like 10 or 15, instead of the 7 or 13 the officer said. As a general rule, field sobriety tests are usually checking for something you wouldn't think the test is looking for. It makes them much more reliable.
#82 to #58 - stopsdropsand (08/16/2013) [-]
Its also used to test to see if someone is drunk enough to even attempt to say it backwards
User avatar #59 to #58 - srapture (08/16/2013) [-]
I've learnt something today. Thank you, kind sir.
User avatar #24 to #10 - TheBigGummyBear ONLINE (08/16/2013) [-]
I see your point and agree but that's just being a smart ass. In a setting where drinking alcohol is appropriate or common 'drinking' should mean consuming alcoholic beverages. Settings such as a party, pub, night club or even when a cop asks have you been drinking. The cop would take you in if you gave him that kind of smart ass response is what I'm saying.
#25 to #24 - ROTFLcopter **User deleted account** (08/16/2013) [-]
I know, but if the term wasn't used that way then it wouldn't be a smartass comment. My point is that I understand the phrase, I just don't think it makes sense that we use it that way.
#55 to #25 - carrotpotato (08/16/2013) [-]
Yeah but language doesn't work that way. Just because it doesn't seem to make sense to you doesn't mean that it can't be used that way. I mean come one, you even understand perfectly fine what is being said. You are hanging on to an insignificant little detail. I don't think using "drinking" as a synonym for "consuming alcoholic beverages" has ever caused any confusion ever and as such is a great way of expressing that.
#120 to #55 - ROTFLcopter **User deleted account** (08/16/2013) [-]
You're 100% misinterpreting what I'm saying, in a way that doesn't even seem possible.

Nowhere did I say it can't be used that way
Nowhere did I say that I don't understand what is being said
And nowhere did I say that it has ever caused confusion

I simply said that I think it's odd that we have come to use the term that way. A verb all by itself should not also mean that verb under a certain set of circumstances. I'm just making fun of English and its weird phrases that inherently make no sense.
#121 to #120 - carrotpotato (08/17/2013) [-]
"Nowhere did I say it can't be used that way"

Yeah you didn't and I didn't mean that you said so. I was trying to explain why it's not something to hate. I admit I maybe wasn't that clear about that part. I'll try again. Languages are alive, they evolve and adapt in different ways depending on culture and people speaking them. Today's alcohol culture especially within the youth is very much different from how it used to be when English was evolving to it's current form. Alcohol has a very heavy influence on us today and so it's convenient to have a simple expression for "consume alcohol", sure it could be something else but it just happens not to be so. Idk why and I don't really even care. That's just how it is. There's nothing to hate, it's just language adapting with the people.


"Nowhere did I say that I don't understand what is being said"

From my previous comment: "I mean come one, you even understand perfectly fine what is being said."

That's should be enough about that.


"And nowhere did I say that it has ever caused confusion "

Again, I didn't claim you did. I was just explaining why "drinking" is perfectly good term for expressing "consuming alcohol". You know what "drinking" means in certain context, as do I and everybody else I know so why hate the usage of that word?
#126 to #121 - ROTFLcopter **User deleted account** (08/17/2013) [-]
For ****** sake, nevermind. I give up.
User avatar #8 to #1 - theexplodingcheez (08/16/2013) [-]
thumbed for Tom Delnge
User avatar #5 to #1 - danniegurl ONLINE (08/16/2013) [-]
When I was a kid i thought it was a type of alcohol.
User avatar #2 to #1 - thekich (08/15/2013) [-]
Yeah, she doesn't drink carbonated piss.
User avatar #3 to #2 - inuares (08/16/2013) [-]
That is actually a pretty generous description compared to how ****** it actually is. I could go on a rant here, but I'm too lazy.
#4 to #3 - mamabama (08/16/2013) [-]
i always thought it was delicious but i've never drank it because it's so overpriced
#44 to #4 - xnotcreative (08/16/2013) [-]
Go buy RockStar instead.

I dunno how much it costs over where you are, but it's only 2 dollars for a 16 oz drink.
User avatar #105 to #44 - shishkobob (08/16/2013) [-]
or you can drink some damn coffee and live an extra 20 years
#117 to #105 - xnotcreative (08/16/2013) [-]
Both coffee and energy drinks are bad for you, and the difference in the damage they can do to you isn't big enough of a gap to safely say you should choose one over the other.

Moderation is key.
#52 to #44 - anonymous (08/16/2013) [-]
#112 to #52 - xnotcreative (08/16/2013) [-]
I grew up with a hard working mom who I help run a business that makes about 130,000 a year.

2 dollars is nothing really, and I feel like I deserve a couple dollars for junk food for all my hard efforts.
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