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By Anonymous / Thursday 18 July 2013 18:16 / Canada
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1, I know a lot of light weights. It doesn't matter if it is beer or hard alcohol but it only takes one drink. However, I don't agree with the Original Poster telling guests to babysit his/her's beer intake.

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37- i agree with everything you said except that you misread the part about the limit. He set that limit for EVERYONE to only have 3 drinks, not for people to only let him have 3 drinks.

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37 lightweight wouldn't matter with a three drink minimum my nine year old little brother (80 pounds) once snuck into my dads liquor cabinit and drank over half a bottle of vodka without passing out

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77 Lightweight, in this case, is a term for someone who cannot hold his or her alcohol, not someone of a low weight.

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52, I don't see where OP wrote that the three beer limit was to everyone. I can see how that could be assumed but I highly doubt many people would show up to a party that has a three beer limit, per person. The way OP explained what he/she saw when he/she woke up, I assumed there had to have had a lot of people there.

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It sucks that you had to clean up alone, but inviting people to drink and setting arbitrary rules like that is pretty lame. And if you set the limit because your friends go too wild when they are around liquor, then maybe you should reconsider who you invite to your parties.

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Well where I'm from if we have a house party there's usually a few people that stay to help out in the morning. Sometimes I'll even come back the next day if I knew I made quite a mess myself. But we stick to bonfires and river parties so nothing gets broke inside. Maybe that's where OP went wrong. Shouldn't of had an indoor party, especially if the people you invited are a rowdy bunch.

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You're mistaken 47, see they were only bubble parties. I didn't know there was an age limit on blowing bubbles.. Haha. I knew someone would say something stupid over that.

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I agree with cleaning up after a party, when I had a party several people stayed and helped me clean it up, as do I when someone else gives a party. I can however understand that when the host is knocked out you don't really feel like cleaning up. It's his responsibility and you should always be alert and in control when you throw a party in my opinion.

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Not true, I listen to every rule, I just choose to ignore some of them...ok, most of them.

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Um you didn't even follow your own drinking limit if you passed out so why should anyone else? But I hate cleaning so I guess FYL for that part.

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