By Anonymous - United States - Brooklyn
Today, it's been almost a week since I returned from my vacation to Ireland. Before I rarely drank. Now I'm pretty sure I'm an alcoholic. You might think I'm joking, but I've woken up hungover every day since I landed there. I basically paid to kill my liver and become AA's next poster child. FML
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  Garrison21  |  11

I got drunk in Vegas and went to a club and danced with a couple chicks. Long story short my neck has bite marks and is bruised... I think I got attacked by vampires or girls who don't know how to do a hicky

  JayElleBee  |  15

I've lived in Ireland for seven years now, and I don't drink at all.

That said, I have noticed that if the unsuspecting wander into an Irish pub, especially in a small town, the locals are so damn friendly and chatty that it's almost impossible to escape again. They'll just keep you talking for hours, and buy you drinks if you don't buy your own. >>

  niftyhasdelulz  |  12

You don't have to drink if you go to Ireland. It's such a stereo type. Although #34 has a point, if you walk into a local, you will be bought drinks by locals at the bar, but thats just because the Irish are chatty, friendly people. I'm pretty sure every country has locals like that though. Especially in a small town.

We're just up for the craic!
(Craic meaning 'fun' not a type of drug)

  cmchappy  |  25

Probably safe to say your an alcoholic and our country did not influence you

  twodotgirl  |  8

just BC u guys have a problem with them doesn't mean u need to put someone else down... personal I dislike them but it doesn't matter whether I do or don't people use them all the time get over it.

By  DriAA7  |  17

Alcoholism is when you drink alcohol to avoid feeling a negative emotion. It's used as a temporary distraction from an emotional problem. Unless you're drinking to do so, I don't think you're an alcoholic.


Actually, alcoholism is defined as the inability to function or feel normal without alcohol in your system. The emotional problem thing is certainly true most of the time, but it doesn't define every alcoholic.

  AnOriginalName  |  19

Good thing fat content in food has anything to do with diabetes, 65!

(Hint: diabetes is an inability to process glucose correctly.)

(Bonus hint: licorice, in the red form, shouldn't contain any fat in the first place. It's basically processed sugar.)