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  PIGaming  |  21

Honestly, I dont see it as ok. You work hard enough to graduate, and should therefore expect some celebration or at least respect and recognision, not a bunch of alcoholics.

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  PIGaming  |  21

I wasn't having a go at #3. Sure, we move on with our lives in most circumstances. But to have OPs family be so insolent, worse still at an important event, is not ok, and may damage their relationships - which is kinda sad.

By  Justy101  |  23

So if she was the only one who was sober in your family, does that mean you were also drunk...? Sounds better than my graduation!

By  thomcmoore  |  23

One day you'll understand that the only way to get through those things as an observer, especially if it's a large class, is with a little help from liquor. Then again, I was toasted as a participant too...

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  thomcmoore  |  23

Yes, #37, people only drink because they're either a) miserable or b) lack social skills. At 19 years of age, I'm sure you have a lot of experience that would lead you to a black and white view of the world.

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  rk0830  |  4

#41 - #37 has a point, however they missed a 3rd option: has to have alcohol to have a good time, otherwise they cant. I can have a good time with or without alcohol, but there are people who feel they need to depend on it because they can also use it as an excuse for why they act like idiots, racists etc. Really if you feel that you NEED alcohol to have a good time, you should really be questioning your dependency on it. It is after all a warning sign of being an alcoholic.

By  Headcrab  |  29

Plottwist: she was the only one who showed up.

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