Dec 29, 2013

3 Good Reasons not to Day-Drink

As a college student, even at an Ivy League (where studying severely limits partying relative to some other places), I'm aware of how much drinking happens.

I'm also aware of how great an excuse  the holidays seem to be to extend that drinking from Saturday to Friday night to Thursday night to Wednesday afternoon...

Courtesy of images from the internet (yay, internet!), here are three good reasons not to day drink.

Your reputation.

The holidays are a really social season for most of us and drinking tends not to make you sound any smarter. You will form impressions, and a reputation, now that will last all year!


Drinking doesn't bode well for decision-making.



That might be a bit extreme, but you get the idea.

The Hangover.



The whole movie (including the conception of the movie) was just a bad idea.

This one isn't a GIF, but it's almost better - have you heard of the Drinking Mirror App? It shows you what drinking does to your looks. Since the holiday season is also a prime to take photos, you definitely don't want to go down in history looking like the 'after' you on the Drinking Mirror App.

Just don't day-drink! Or, if you do, you've been warned.

Whatever you're drinking this holiday season, drink responsibly.

And DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE. That's a personal pet peeve of mine (I've heard people brag about it - it's not something to brag about, it's shameful and endangers the lives of innocent people).

Okay, lecture hat is off.

What's one your pet peeves?

What's your favorite holiday beverage? Alcoholic or nonalcoholic!


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