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#149 - Judging other peoples habbits/actions(unless they hurt people …  [+] (1 reply) 09/15/2016 on youth +1
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#200 - toosexyforyou (09/15/2016) [-]
Straight up no excuses, if you drink alone you're a sad sack of shit and need to reevaluate your life choices.
#113 - Love how all the anti-alcohol people on the internet piss on e…  [+] (3 replies) 09/15/2016 on youth +7
#159 - mordavia (09/15/2016) [-]
Being a Norwegian, it is funny how your experiences with these things are the complete opposite of mine. However, that could be because we are on different sides of the discussion. Also, confirmation bias.

I personally do not, and I have never met someone, say anything bad about someone who drinks. The reason being, of course, is that drinking is such an integral part of the culture. People are expected to drink socially.

However, this courtesy is rarely returned. If the topic of alcohol is ever brought up, and there is one person who is a teetotaler, that person will _always_ have to justify why he or she does not drink. If the reason is anything other than "being a designated driver," "using medicine," or "I am pregnant," that person just committed social suicide. I understand that 'not drinking' means having one less thing in common with the rest of the people, but I do not understand why they are also dropped as potential friends. Surely those who do not drink still have a place in festivities?

Regardless, it does get old having to defend one's reasons for not drinking again, and again, and again...

Here are some Norwegian sources on the matter:
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#177 - boredatschoolguy (09/15/2016) [-]
You are right that people just sort of expects everyone at a party to be drinking and when you have had a couple of beers your sosial IQ drops so most people don't think this person has been asked about their drinking habbits a thousand times.

In real life(not on funnyjunk etc) I have not heard people complain/talk down on people who drink. However on the internet, when a post is about alcohol lots of people comment crap about about people enjoying alcohol.

People on both ends of the topic talks crap about eachother and my point is that people should stop talking about this topic and let people do what they want without beeing harrased or asked a million times why you do/do not drink alcohol
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#131 - chuca (09/15/2016) [-]
But I want to feel superior to others for little petty things that don't mean shit
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