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By brodinn - / Friday 11 April 2014 13:48 / United States - Florence
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  Rallred32  |  20

Or they can find another designated driver.

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  ian3866  |  12

19, again they might have already spent all their money. even if an atm is near by their isn't a magical "I owe you" button with most banks. they dont send you more cash past what is in your account...

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  ian3866  |  12

Unfortunately 37 there are millions of people in the USA, let alone the rest of the world that struggle making ends meet and work all the time. Every one needs to have some fun once in a while and 20-40 bucks could be spent on one outing every 6 or more months if they get the funds together. It's not ideal but just the way it is.

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  iSativa  |  24

I don't know about you, but in Illinois it's 7k for a DUI after everything is said an done. If you can't afford a taxi cause you spent it all on beer, you need to rethink your priorities. A taxi through my town is 12 bucks. You best be damn sure ill pay 12$ over 7k. Driving drunk is stupid and destroys lives.

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  Meettitan  |  14

#31, you realize that's exactly what credit is, right? A magical "I owe you" button to the bank?

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  RenoTheRhino  |  30

38, if they have other bills and they can't afford to get a taxi, then they wouldn't be wasting their money at a bar, most likely. So, I'm guessing they can afford the cost of a taxi, if they even have taxis in their town.

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  AmexBlack  |  23

Depending on how far the walk is, a drunken walk home with friends can be the best part of a night! My friends and I always do this.. we stop by a takeaway restaurant usually and get ourselves 'drunk food' (anything high in carbs that's fried) Never walk home alone though regardless of whether you're male or female it's just dangerous.

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  cumberbunny  |  17

Your mum.

By  ChenEighty  |  20

You guys didn't make sure he wasn't drinking? That's the one requirement of a designated driver..

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  mikbrooke  |  25

the one requirement of the designated driver is for themselves to ensure they do not drink, not for others to check up on them to make sure they arent drinking.

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