I voted rarely, because while I do not do it anymore, I'd be lying if I said I hadn't done it in the past. It's not something I would ever consider nowadays, and looking back, I can't believe I was stupid enough to do it.
I would agree with this - a handful of times when I was way younger and waaaaaay dumber. And I'm horribly ashamed of it. I don't drink at all at this point in my life, so I'm a built-in DD.
This is why I ride my bike from a buddy's house to the tailgate. I am sure I am frequently over the limit when I leave the tailgate and if I can't take the bus back to his house I can always ride my bike. If I am an idiot on the bike, I kill myself not someone else. This is highly unlikely though since it is pretty much trail the whole way there. It's not like I am riding the whole way in traffic.
I have been known to be somewhat intoxicated on my bike the last week in July as well...
Not worth the risk. If I am driving I limit myself to 2 drinks (insert lightweight joke here) no matter how long I am going to be somewhere. If I am feeling anything I will hang around and drink some more water and/or eat something until I know I am good. I don't understand why anyone would chance this.
2 beers in one hour will put the average person at the legal limit.
I LIEK CHOCOLATE MILK - The Partisan Bat
Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams
Hmmm...I'm not a huge "weiner"
Originally Posted by Angie
"Yeah, Chris' weiner is a way bigger get than mine."
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