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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 13 February 2013 05:07 / United States - Topeka
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  mb2_native  |  31

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  mb2_native  |  31

Trust me, he forgot to take them before and he got kicked out of his university.. But he stay taking them again and explained and they let him back in the next year. He's not crazy, just has the worst case of ADHD I have seen so far, and I've seen some pretty weird people..

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  mb2_native  |  22

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  MissMess  |  22

If she is old enough to be drinking she should know her limits. You're not seriously suggesting that she accidentally got hammered are you? And I highly doubt she would have agreed to drink for the first time ever with her boyfriends parents. So all in we assume she is a reasonable adult who is well aware of how much is too much. Anyway, even if you are right and she is a total lightweight who gets hammered after one beer then she shouldn't have let her boyfriend persuade her to drink. Still YDI in my eyes.

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  mb2_native  |  22

You can never know exactly what happened, it might've been her first time and drank one just to loosen up, but got drunk instead. Or she can one of those people who once they drink, they 'have' to keep drinking.

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  mb2_native  |  22

And of course it's still a YDI, I'm not saying it ain't her fault or anything. She may not understand the term 'drink responsibly'. I look at it as, once you feel good, just sip on the next one.

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  Sputnikspak  |  22

For some people, it depends on the TYPE of alcohol. I have a friend who can drink beer and most hard liquor he's encountered, but if he has ONE glass of wine, it fucks him up like crazy. It's apparently an allergy. He can't even have it in cooking. Which isn't necessarily what happened here, but if you're drinking something you're not familiar with, it's sometimes hard to gauge how much to have. Might be a YDI, but would need to know more about the situation. Also, her boyfriend could have mixed her a drink that was stronger than she expected. My ex did that to me - I was a lightweight back then (just turned 18), we were at a party. He said he'd fix me a cranberry juice with Sourpuss (low alcohol mixer). Turned out the glass was 75% vodka, which I couldn't taste under the Sourpuss. Same with the next one he fixed me. I don't remember the rest of the night, but my friend had to stop him from having sex with me in her mom's bedroom (I was still a virgin). That was a fiasco. So I withhold judgement without further information.

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  dmoran20  |  37

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  mb2_native  |  37

22, I wouldn't.. First impressions are everything, of course people deserve a second chance. But if she is willing to drink to loosen up for the impression. Then no second chance in my eyes. But maybe.

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  little_one  |  23

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  egc573  |  23

Actually, no the boyfriend is NOT responsible for it, 63. I'm pretty sure he didn't shove the drink down her throat. If she handles alcohol that badly, she needs to exhibit some more control. You should never assume somebody is going to be your babysitter. If she's going to drink just to loosen up, then she needs to know her limits. If she knows her limits, then she needs to adhere to them, plain and simple. Also, you assumed that the OP objected to drinking. Nowhere in the FML did it say that she didn't want to drink. So nope, she's responsible for this.

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