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  shessohighh  |  10

#6 do you know what an alcoholic is? Doesn't mean you like drinking. It means you can't live without it.. It's a disease. Trying to replace it with water is probably not going to cure that.

  Peng1995  |  11

I was trying to say that at least OP can go out to party with their parent(s) permission. Some people can't and it sucks for them. Anyway about the water, I'm not saying that water "magically" replaces the alcohol, it should be something that OP should drink more of so that there wouldn't be a withdrawal or even a mild one. Holy shit all of you are animals. Fuckin process the information a little bit

  countryb_cth  |  38

#70 You do realize you said replace the alcohol with water. That is not enough information and you made it sound as if replacing the alcohol with water would magicly help. Get off your high horse.

  BobbieH  |  19

Drinking more water in no way will assist with the withdrawal. It will keep them hydrated but that's about it. It won't lessen the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. You're follow up made your initial comment more ridiculous instead of clarifying or validating it.


Today, I've been diagnosed with a severe lung infection. This causes me to viciously hack up a lung every two minutes or so. Not only can I barely breathe as it is, my job requires lots of running around, cleaning and interacting with customers. I have a five-hour shift tonight. FML

By MissMae93 - / Thursday 26 April 2012 01:27 / United States
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