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My youngest  son and half a dozen of his friends have gone out to Camberley for a sixteenth birthday.

For some reason the bus home is cancelled.

They have all called their parents, but not one of us is legally able to drive.

So I have dragged my stone cold sober 18 year old son out of the pub for taxi duty (he is not impressed)

Welcome to middle class suburbia.

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he wants a slap for being sober in a pub but its funny that an 18 year old in a pub is sober but all the parents are drunk ps i cant say much im on my 7th can.

Edited by stokiescum

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2 minutes ago, stokiescum said:

he wants a slap for being sober in a pub but its funny that an 18 year old in a pub is sober but all the parents are drunk

He went for the snooker. Drinking is just too expensive for them and to be fair most of them aren't that interested in getting pissed.

I blame the parents.

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20 minutes ago, Cunning Plan said:

He went for the snooker. Drinking is just too expensive for them and to be fair most of them aren't that interested in getting pissed.

I blame the parents.

snooker is not good around here it used to be a 20 hour bar and full of pikeys if they are in the area,ive only been twice once escorted by pikeys (basicly kidnapped) for stoping a pub brawl with the locals and the other time i went god knows why.but your right the young uns dont seem to drink has much,my twins aged 25 one rarley drinks has he cant afoard has he doesnt work or sighn on,the other has a mad night once every 3 months or so where he basicly gets comotose.

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10 hours ago, Cunning Plan said:

The amusing thing is last month one of the mums wouldn't allow her son to be given a lift by my lad as 'he is 18 and bound to be unsafe' 

No such restrictions tonight.

Does he have a full license?

Interesting legal point - does the qualified driver accompanying a learner have to be sober?

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3 minutes ago, eight said:

Does he have a full license?

Interesting legal point - does the qualified driver accompanying a learner have to be sober?

The qualified driver is in charge so does need to be sober.

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11 hours ago, stokiescum said:

snooker is not good around here it used to be a 20 hour bar and full of pikeys if they are in the area,ive only been twice once escorted by pikeys (basicly kidnapped) for stoping a pub brawl with the locals and the other time i went god knows why.but your right the young uns dont seem to drink has much,my twins aged 25 one rarley drinks has he cant afoard has he doesnt work or sighn on,the other has a mad night once every 3 months or so where he basicly gets comotose.

The younguns don't seem to drink that much, it's true. 

From what I can gather around my way, the drug of choice for the youngsters seems to be that type of cannabis that smells like a fox has pissed everywhere (is it called Skunk?). 

 

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28 minutes ago, Austin Allegro said:

The younguns don't seem to drink that much, it's true. 

From what I can gather around my way, the drug of choice for the youngsters seems to be that type of cannabis that smells like a fox has pissed everywhere (is it called Skunk?). 

 

very true,mind i know loads of adults that smoke it.smells rank.

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58 minutes ago, eight said:

Does he have a full license?

Interesting legal point - does the qualified driver accompanying a learner have to be sober?

Yes - and about 12,000 miles under his belt last year. To be honest he is probably a safer driver than me.

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On 16/04/2018 at 10:54, Austin Allegro said:

The younguns don't seem to drink that much, it's true. 

From what I can gather around my way, the drug of choice for the youngsters seems to be that type of cannabis that smells like a fox has pissed everywhere (is it called Skunk?). 

 

I remember 20 years ago being a bit taken aback by the smell wafting from the kids on their way to school in the morning in SE London. This morning cycling my kids to school I smelt it coming off some of the older kids on their way to a crappier school that’s on the way.

I have no great objection to people smoking a bit of dope. To be honest stoned people are far, far less objectionable than drunk people. But why on the way to school? I could understand after school, but on the way there so you spend the high sitting in class rather than having a laugh with mates and listening to music. Doesn’t make sense to me.

Also, the teachers must smell it too. Why are they turning a blind eye to it? It must severely impact on the kid’s ability to learn.

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7 minutes ago, Hail the Tripod said:

I remember 20 years ago being a bit taken aback by the smell wafting from the kids on their way to school in the morning in SE London. This morning cycling my kids to school I smelt it coming off some of the older kids on their way to a crappier school that’s on the way.

I have no great objection to people smoking a bit of dope. To be honest stoned people are far, far less objectionable than drunk people. But why on the way to school? I could understand after school, but on the way there so you spend the high sitting in class rather than having a laugh with mates and listening to music. Doesn’t make sense to me.

Also, the teachers must smell it too. Why are they turning a blind eye to it? It must severely impact on the kid’s ability to learn.

Having been into London schools I assume the teachers are far happier with a stoned class than worried about whether rioting kids learn anything.

In fact, stoned kids might learn a bit more than rioting kids, albeit not as much as well-behaved sober ones.

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1 minute ago, spunko2010 said:

Does that mean most of you posting on here in the evening are half pissed?  I suspected XYY was, but not everyone. :o xD

You suspected XYY was from Surrey!! :Jumping:

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On 16/04/2018 at 10:54, Austin Allegro said:

The younguns don't seem to drink that much, it's true. 

From what I can gather around my way, the drug of choice for the youngsters seems to be that type of cannabis that smells like a fox has pissed everywhere (is it called Skunk?). 

 

My experience is that today's youth drink far less and take less drugs than 20-25 years ago. I have no idea why.

8 hours ago, spunko2010 said:

Does that mean most of you posting on here in the evening are half pissed?  I suspected XYY was, but not everyone. :o xD

I certainly am. Last drink I had was Sunday though, which is the longest I've gone without a drink in quite a long time!

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35 minutes ago, Inoperational Bumblebee said:

My experience is that today's youth drink far less and take less drugs than 20-25 years ago. I have no idea why.

Yep, I'd agree with that. I was far more of a pisshead at my daughters age than she is - she very occasionally has a beer or half a glass of wine. We used to all go to a pub not too dissimilar to the one in Hot Fuzz that let in all the underage drinkers "for the greater good" from the age of 15.

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