I think I need a drink – No you don’t!

In Response to a couple of Daily Word-prompts Bottle and Relief

The title above is the argument that sometimes goes on in my head. To date the latter has never won!

I read somewhere that alcohol should be served in little soft drink pouches. When you reach the point where you are no longer able to push the straw into the little hole you know you’ve had enough!

Before we go any further with this post can I point out that I’m not an alcoholic? I tried very hard but it didn’t work out!

Personally, I like my alcohol in bottles and the prettier the bottle the more I am tempted to buy.

However, it is with some relief that I never see the empties looking like this!

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17 thoughts on “I think I need a drink – No you don’t!

  1. Hahaha… this is a new idea of hard drinks in pouches 😂😂
    Though I don’t have personal experience on this, seeing some of my friends at this stage I would surely say this can work.. 😂😂

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      1. Haha.. well frankly I have never had the chance of being sober till now as I have not tasted alcohol till now. I know it sounds crazy but somehow it didn’t happen. A person very close to me never let me do that. But later for once I did try but again somehow it didn’t happen.. 😀😀

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      2. Well my friends say it gives relief in stressed situations. I don’t really know though. But..yes for quite a long time I am facing pretty tough times..

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  2. gc

    Well keeping in the “spirits” of things I for one think that the little pouches is an excellent way to judge your own sobriety.

    The only thing you need to remember is not cheat and not use a twisty straw which would negate the inebriation test.

    In my earlier days I too worked hard at being an alcoholic but the hangovers and the rigid attention to detail left me in a sober state of mind.

    Sometimes all a person really needs is a woman like you to excite and intoxicate their spirits Susan.

    Thank you for sharing your story and your bottle collection. xx

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