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Published on: 25 Jul 2011 by xo_winter_princess_xo
Lol, that was sarcastic....no drinking alcohol does not make you cool.
Speaking about this in terms of underage drinking, if your the legal age, whether that's 18 here in Australia, or 21 over in america or whether you come from...so be it! If your the LEGAL age go and drink to your hearts content, although its still stupid if you ask me to get 'pissed'.
Underage drinking?! What's the point...does it make you cool? does it serve some point in making your life better? do you get a rush knowing that your breaking the law due to underage drinking.
I'm 17 years of age and I have never drank in my life. But because of a few select people who do drink underage the rest of the population seems to have a bad idea about us 'teens'.
What could possibly be fun about going out on a friday night and drinking a substance thats suppost to be for mature ADULT brains, destroying brain cells, getting pissed drunk and then end up spewing half your stomach contents up at the end of the night and waking up the next morning with a hang over or even having no recolection what so ever of what happened the night before. In all seriousness Where's the fun in that?
Also the dangers of underage drinking,! Imagine passing out on a park bench or in the middle of the street where any sick person can find you, lets not name what could possibly come next. Or even worse Death!
The younger a person is introduced to alcohol the more likely it is to have negative impacts on there future. Alcoholism for one....which could lead to a generation of alcoholics....
Legal drinking ages are set for a reason, for when teenagers are mature enough physically and mentally to handle the effects of alcohol. Excessive drinking of alcohol by a 14, 15, 16, 17 can do severve damage to there brain and bodily functions in the long run of things. Teenagers bodys arent mature enough to deal with effects alcohol. Thats why after a couple of bottles there out of it, there lightweights because there bodies arent capable of dealing with the alchohol the ways an adult bodies can,
My ex-best friends parents used to sell drugs, i was to young to know at the time but coming from a family like this my ex best friend started drinking around 13-15. And she's 17 now and has a daughter....although she doesnt drink now. BUT her little sister does and guess how old she is...only around 10-11...yupp...its disgusting....
Im glad Im one of the few teenagers in society with their heads screwed on. Im not even going to leavers...an event for students leaving high school because im going start to uni after i finish this year of high school and im not prepared to let alcohol screw my life like it has of so many teenager I know.