alcohol thing

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  • I'm unsure about this, but I don't want to be judged.
  • READY TO GET LIT? LET'S GO!
  • I'm just going to have water.
  • This is such a bad idea. drinking is illegal until we're 18! There's also so many consequences that come with the responsibility of drinking!
  • Let's get some drinks. Alcoholic of course, that's the first step of being accepted.
  • YES! Of Course!
  • I wonder how this party has this much alcohol!
  • Not only is the consumption of alcohol (for us) illegal, but the entire processes performed to attain the drinks, is against the law.
  • Possession of alcohol of those under 18 is illegal.
  • Also, it's illegal to sell alcohol for minors, or purchase if for them.
  • Ugh, you're such a party pooper!
  • Many drinks later... alcohol intoxication.
  • I feel terrible. This never happens, I don't ever want to drink again!
  • Hey girl! I'm leaving my mom is asking where I am. You'll need to find someone else to drive you home!
  • Many drinks later... a drunk driving accident.
  • My friends' stories are only two examples of the vast amount of incidents that could've happened. Something that isn't often talked about is the affect alcohol does to a developing brain. That's right, there are long-term consequences. Alcohol is a depressant, meaning it slows down the brain. The consumption of alcohol when the brain is still developing, will result in many issues. A few of them include:slurred speechconfusionpoor visionpoor muscle control and judgementslower reactionslack of coordinationsleep disruptionMake safe decisions and consider all the consequences and responsibilities!
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