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Dry January?

Post by Jug_Inspector » Jan 16th, '19, 12:15

So did anyone else wake up on the 1st and decide the wreck their January by giving up the grog?

I use to really look forward to those Friday evenings, having a relaxing pint after a hard weeks work... a hard week, erm well after a week anyway. :mrgreen:

..and you don't count billinom8s as you didn't drink alcohol before January. :)):

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Re: Dry January?

Post by MellowYellow » Jan 16th, '19, 12:23

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Have you noticed that anyone going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster is a maniac ?

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Re: Dry January?

Post by ptolemyx » Jan 16th, '19, 14:26

Did you know that cider is part of a healthy balanced diet :mrgreen:
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Re: Dry January?

Post by Jug_Inspector » Jan 16th, '19, 14:34

One of your 5 a day really..
1 cider, 1 lager, 1 Ale, 1 stout, 1 kebab.

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Re: Dry January?

Post by MellowYellow » Jan 16th, '19, 14:41

Have you noticed that anyone going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster is a maniac ?

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Re: Dry January?

Post by MikeZ » Jan 16th, '19, 15:10

Don't give it up. Too much of a shock to the system to be healthy.

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Re: Dry January?

Post by Mervin » Jan 16th, '19, 16:36

And most pubs are struggling to , think of the poor landlords
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Re: Dry January?

Post by menzies3032 » Jan 17th, '19, 12:04

Dont drink to much beer as it give me gout :shock:
Have started to drink Wine when traveling for work but not that regularly.
Actually go months at a time without having any alcohol as normally driving or riding somewhere and don't want to chance my licence.

Chocolate on the other hand is a real issue. We had enough of Christmas to sink a battle ship and most of that ended up in my expanding belly... :-o

Have tried to stop and loose some weight in the new year but not helpful when the wife and daughter are still troffing out :( :-o
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Re: Dry January?

Post by Jimbo04zx10r » Jan 17th, '19, 15:38

I'm trying to go dry for as long as reasonably possible, however I do intend to complete a dry January with 80% gym visits.
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