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Damn, You guys are harsh. I am 20 so not technically old enough to drink, I am from the North, Asshole, and it was a legitimate accident, not involving power tools, or due to the alcohol, it just simply was not a smart decision to drink. Also, I was home from college. Fucking A.
By Whothrewhim - / Sunday 22 February 2009 00:39 / United States
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By  Whothrewhim  |  0

Damn, You guys are harsh. I am 20 so not technically old enough to drink, I am from the North, Asshole, and it was a legitimate accident, not involving power tools, or due to the alcohol, it just simply was not a smart decision to drink. Also, I was home from college. Fucking A.

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  jackalope069  |  0

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  Paradox_1234  |  6

If you're only 20 you shouldn't be drinking. Frankly, I don't think the fact you were a year off is that bad, but still not ok if something like that could happen. Also, if you are using tools were a mistake could be made, it's not smart to drink, especially to the point that you can't drive. However, you did ask someone else to take you, and the "Wait 'till we finish thing" wasn't your fault. Still, YDI.

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  gubi_fml  |  9

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  riddle143  |  15

#55 in Oklahoma it's illegal for a child under the age of 21 to drink as long as they're at least like 12 I think and under their parents roof... The vast majority of teenage drinkers I know drink outside of the house because their parents forbid them too, just to prove they can do what they want. I never had to go to drunken parties cause if I wanted a beer all I had to do was ask, and before you make any accusations 1) I'm not an alcoholic and 2) my parental figures did that on purpose for my good, not cause they didn't give a shit about me.

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  riddle143  |  15

Legal* not illegal. also tagging #58 in the previous comment. I find it horrendous that people agree with the legal implication that I'm old and responsible enough to volunteer or be forced to take a bullet for my country at 17 or 18, and carry a gun to defend it on a daily basis but I'm not responsible enough to have a drink til 3 years later.

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