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Guest web_norah

British Worried Drinking Has Gotten Out of Hand (NY TIMES)

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Guest web_norah

certainly not a problem when you can have lunch and a beer and go back to work :)

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Guest pod

My workday would be so much more enjoyable if I could get trashed at midday. It'd rock, I would start fights with clients all the time.

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Guest web_norah

i can see the punches flying back and forth....and people banned left and right on this site :)

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Guest shannon_coolj.

whatever...

the british have been drinking for hundreds of years. it's so ingrained in their culture, it's not a big deal.

now they're freaking out about it? puh-lease ::)

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Guest Clarisa

Being drunk midday is better that being drunk at night. Lunch with a beer is a good way to digest.

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Guest saintjohn
I might just go get tanked right now.

do it, and then go on a drunken moderator thread-deleting rampage!

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Guest joeygk

I was shocked when I was over in London when I saw all the people downing pints at noon.....I couldn't do it, I'd get sleepy. Unless my office got me a pass to >>>> www.metronaps.com

I'm so hungover at work right now.....I refuse to talk to anyone b/c I'm mangled, and I keep chuggin alka seltzer but it's not helping. I so need a nap. :( :(

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Guest web_norah

i think we'd all be jolly people after all, if we tried having a midday drinkie or two... 8)

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