Feel like dancing






At the tender age of 20 Im pretty unphased by the fact that I don't drink very much, or very often, as most other young ladies my age do. But you know what, Im kinda over caring now I guess :) I dont think its strange to be in his minority! I do enjoy a nice glass of wine, or a yummy cocktail. And the fact that I only go out once in a blue moon makes me appreciate it that wee bit more. I love dancing and being silly, and that is exactly what me and my close friend Erin did on tuesday night :) Do you go out as much as you used to when you turned 18? Have any horrific hangover tales put you off from drinking again? I'd be interested to hear other peoples view on things like this too. A good weekend in my books doesnt necessarily contain a night out, or even a smidgen of alcohol :) And on that note, I hope everyone has a good weekend whatever theyre upto x

16 comments:

  1. From 16 to like 22 I went out eeeeevery weekend, now I like staying in and doing geeky stuff. Every now and then I have a night out and get a lil drunk and I appreciate having fun more because it's not every weekend. x

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  2. When I turned 18 (and infact all those months leading upto it) all I wanted to do was go out.
    But now it's very rare I go out lets say 'down town'
    I'd much rather spend the weekend cuddled up in the warmth for one :)
    I can't believe I didn't used to wear a jacket let alone a real coat!
    I don't really drink a lot either unless it's a big occassion, I will have wine if i go out to eat, or an odd glass of larger every now and again but I don't really consider alchohol a huge part of my life at all.

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  3. Those photos are stunning :). Having a good boogie and just being daft is the best on a night out!!

    I don't really live up to the typical student image of drinking all the time. I do enjoy a good night out, and go on a biggish one maybe once a month or something. I prefer going to the pub or a bar and having a chat there :). When I'm out I rarely get really drunk either, because I hate hate hate when I feel ill because of it. I do love a good drink but rarely go overboard.

    Glad you had a good time! :) xo

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  4. In July, 18 will officially be ten years ago for me... *cries* I went out a LOT at that age, and then mellowed after uni... but lately I seem to have come full circle and am back to being a social bunny! It's fun but now I'm a grown-up a lot of my social events are work events, and the booze is ALWAYS free... so dangerous!

    Your photos are so fun though and I am totally in love with your blog layout. :)

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  5. I think its hard when you're at uni not to drink because it's always there, and is always the staple ingredient to a social event. It's the sheep mentality; because everyone else is doing it, you do it too, and it's hard to break the cycle. And if you tell people you're not drinking, they give you a double take and tell you to live a little. It's so messed up really. People need to stop thinking that you need alcohol to have a good time.

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  6. I pretty much never go out, unless its one of my best friends birthdays or something alone those lines. And I don't drink often at all. I do have two horrific drinking experiences under my belt and I hope not to add to them!

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  7. I drank more as a under"ager" than I ever do now. Im past the point of wanting to get drunk and Ive come to realize that I don't even much care for the taste of alcohol. Don't get me wrong. I still have my moments, where Ive obviously had too much, but they are few and far between. My alcohol consumption now consists of wine with dinner. What I hate most is when I go out with friends and try to get them to dance, and they respond with "I can only dance when I'm drunk" WTF, losers, dance with me!! I don't feel like anybody should need to drink to have a good time.

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  8. I'm exactly the same - not a big drinker so when I do go out and drink it's so much more fun! x

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  10. Love your Blog.. thanks for following mine....

    Dont worry about the not going out much at least you dont have to put up with insane headaches and feeling like crap for days on end afterwards!

    http://glitter-and-trauma-exposed.blogspot.com/

    missjpa x

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  11. I was a massive underage drinker (whoops) and used to go out 4 times a week from the ages of 16-21 to pubs then it gradually petered off, mainly because I got a full time job and so had to be responsible for work and not turn up hung-over. Now at the grand old age of 27 I go out maybe once every few weeks and its only to my quiet local..never to clubs anymore and always on a weekend (I cant do drinking on a ‘school’ night) and I hardly ever get drunk anymore...I don’t really enjoy drinking now. I think I had too many bad experiences when I was younger x

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  12. I've never been massively into nights out - my boyfriend has always been in bands so during my teens I was at gigs at least three nights a week. I have a big group of males friends and we're more likely to go bowling or to the cinema or have house parties than go to a club. In fact, the Mr and I have never been to a club together! It's just not our scene.

    Saying that, I also have a few other groups of friends I love going to bars with. I have 4 close girlfriends and we go dancing once a month. I also have old and current work friends I meet up with every now and then (like friday!) for drinks. But like you, I don't mind staying in most of the time. :)

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  13. in high school i never went out on the weekends, haha. if i did, i just went out with my closest friend to a movie or something.

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  14. Hello girl :) I'm glad you had a good time!! I just posted a blog with some photos from the weekend, will show you the rest whenever I see ya! Love xx

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  15. I don't go out much at all. I started drinking from the age of 14 (gosh that sounds terrible when I write it down..) and then partied through college and the start of Uni. Then in my 2nd year of Uni I just got bored of it and I prefer staying in. It's too expensive, it spoils pretty shoes, it makes me tired so much the next day and I'm usually too busy to be tired!

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