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6 Things to Avoid When You're Drunk

Update Date: Aug 25, 2014 10:52 AM EDT
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Drinking is fun but it is imperative that you don't have to bear the consequences. Here are few things to avoid when you're drunk.

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Drunk Driving

You should avoid drunk driving in any case. Not only you are risking your own life but also of others in the car with you and on the road. It's better to take a cab back home or have a sober friend who can take over the task. 

Read: Drunk Driving Traffic Deaths are often Underreported, Study Claims

Clicking pictures and uploading them online

Drinking makes you lose inhibitions. But if your drunken revelry finds its way online, you will be in trouble. Pictures once posted online, can never be completely wiped off. After all it's certainly inappropriate to let your boss see the party pictures. Isn't it? 

Talk to your ex

Many of us get highly emotional after a few drinks of alcohol, and in that case dialing your ex will seem to be the most perfect solution. Try resisting that temptation. You can never fix anything by blabbering in high. 

Respond to anything that's work related

You should not mix business with pleasure. Most of the time it is necessary to use certain language while writing an official mail and your drunken state can mess up with that. 

Drunk texting

Don't start a conversation when you are drunk. You never know when your rather 'high' spirits may lead you into some big trouble, and you would only realize it the next morning.

Have a fight

The 'drunken state' makes you think that anyone who disagrees with you is committing a crime, which obviously is not correct. Ensure that you don't indulge in any kind of spat, otherwise chances are that you may wake up with a black eye or even worse a broken bone.

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