What time is it socially acceptable to have your first drink?

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  1. lpalma121

    lpalma121 Senior member

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    Just asking you all out there if there's a rule against having a drink after 11am and before 12. I only drink red wine at home or even out in bar/lounge so don't think I'm talking a long island iced tea here. If anything it's medicinal at this stage. Today I poured myself a glass at around 11:30 ish and my fiancÃ[​IMG] told me point blank you need to control yourself. WTF??? The last time I got even slightly drunk was about 10 years ago. So is there a unwritten rule I don't know about? I meanif you're at home with out any obligations through out the day I don't see what the fuss is
     


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    I brush my teeth with a bottle of jack.
     


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    Nil Senior member

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    Bloody Marys for breakfast are always appropriate.
     


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    On vacation anything goes. I routinely crush vodka with eggs when I'm at the beach house.
     


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    lpalma121 Senior member

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    ^^^ lol it makes the day a little more interesting imo
     


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    cross22 Senior member

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    Dump her or she will be a pain in your ass forever.
     


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    scarphe Senior member

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    not really you cna have liquor with your coffee in the morning without a problem.
     


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    I brush my teeth with a bottle of jack.

    Small timer. Real SF alcoholics use Johnnie Walker Blue Label King George V Edition.
     


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    Small timer. Real SF alcoholics use Johnnie Walker Blue Label King George V Edition.
    [​IMG] This is the Big Timer morning drink of choice.
     


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    I have to have a couple shots of Everclear just to open my eyes every morning. YMMV
     


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    You guys really shed light to the situation. For a minute there I thought I had a problem but I care to think of it as techron 3 for my body.
     


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    When I was on vacation recently I often had breakfast and then a gin and tonic or perhaps a Guinness Foreign Extra.
     


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    imageWIS Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    This is the Big Timer morning drink of choice.


    Yes, in terms of cognac, not whiskey [​IMG]
     


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    When I was on vacation recently I often had breakfast and then a gin and tonic or perhaps a Guinness Foreign Extra.
    You drink whiskey / scotch for breakfast when not on vacation?
     


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    I'm fast asleep if I have more than 1 drink and then stop drinking - so I rarely drink during the day, even on vacation. I either have to go all out, or limit myself to 1.
     


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