ALCOHOL helps?!!?

Alcohol helps to not feel nervousness?

Alcohol helps to survive the pressure?

Alcohol helps to stop the monkey mind „thinking“?

Alcohol helps to change the intensity of emotions?

Alcohol helps to act like you were easygoing?

Alcohol helps to fall in love?

Alcohol helps to get lost?

Alcohol helps to imagine you were free?

Alcohol helps to feel independent in a dependancy?

Alcohol helps to shut down eyes, ears and feelings?

Alcohol helps to take a break.

Alcohol helps to keep going beyond your limits?

Alcohol helps to ignore needs?

Alcohol helps to have fun when it is not funny?

Alcohol helps to repress, displace, forget about something.

What other legal drug is as harmful as alcohol?

5 responses to “ALCOHOL helps?!!?”

  1. It’s unacceptable for men to forgo alcohol. When I offer you a beer I’m trying to sync our chemical balances, thoughts, and build an alliance. Women have no choice in the building of alliances with one another – that’s why they make friends so easily. If they spend extended amounts of time together their bodies synchronize their menstrual cycles. They gain chemical telepathy with strangers. Dudes don’t have this. We have alcohol, and before alcohol I’m sure there were magic mushrooms, or intoxicating cacti that men used to link to one another. My point is that the Indians probably called a guy a fag when he declined to take a bite of peyote. And the base idea is still true today. The guy that rejects the beer is refusing to synchronize thoughts, chemical balances, and alliances with me. He’s failing to build trust, to compromise, and to become one team. It’s almost an act of war to decline my beer. Fuck off Mr. Sober. You’re not welcome here. Fuck off Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. You are responsible for creating social retards that can’t figure out how to connect with other people.

    1. You really make me laugh AND think. Interesting, the menstrual cycle idea – so far I thought it was the female intuition and what is assumed to be right-brain-ness that makes woman connect with others …
      If one ends up being obnoxious without drinking a beer to relax there is a problem. Personally, I also love to socialize having a beer and I love beers. In our society it is like a ritual to offer alcohol when you invite people over like pot smokers expect smoking pot in certain situations. Rituals, like Indians smoking however is a different story than feeling obligated to drink alcohol to not be called a fag. Being a woman, I can’t speak for men. I am free to drink or not drink no matter what people call me. Nobody forces me to do anything. If I decline a beer and the other person takes it like a personal rejection, it it their problem.

      Do you refer to the fact that it is hard to have fun with people if everybody is drunk, but yourself?

      The Anonymous “clubs” are social networks and help for people who suffer from addiction. You don’t suffer – good for you. In that sense : PROST!!!

  2. I’ve just written a pro-alcohol piece on my WordPress site related to drinking and depression. Let’s celebrate the fact that we don’t live in Saudi Arabia! (mind you, if we did, alcohol would be legal.)

  3. Plenty. Benzos for one. But yeah – alcohol is a salve for those of us who find life a little more than we bargained for,


  4. Hi Manuela! Thank you for sharing this, so we can think about! Light & Love, Alois

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