posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 06:30 PM
reply to post by GIBBORIM
Butt chugging, this is the first I ever heard of this. Sounds disgusting and embarrassing at the same time. These college kids have their brains up
their a$$. If you don't know the dangers of alcohol, you shouldn't even be drinking in the first place.
The problem with some college kids is they still can't handle peer pressure. It really shows a lot of immaturity when you drink irresponsibly until
you pass out. What's sad is this type of alcohol abuse sets these young adults up for future drinking and health problems. I can understand college
students needing to relieve stress on the weekends from their daily studying and getting drunk on occasion, but to drink until your completely
inebriated every time your around alcohol is really a call for attention.
My daughter graduated from college and wanted to have a party at our house. Her friends were all of legal drinking age, so I expected the party to
have alcohol. I thought now that they all were out of college, they would conduct themselves at the partly like adults, chatting and drinking
socially. It turned out that all of them arrived at our house carrying cases upon cases of beer and booze. It was as if they were going to a frat
party! Some young adults were not even invited!
Unfortunately for my daughter, I had to end the party because these kids were totally out of control. I even had a guy trying to take a swing at me,
but he was so inebriated he missed my face. The guy was built pretty good, and I knew at my age I was no match for him. So after he missed and lost
his footing, I shoved him from behind and he went tumbling to the pavement. My wife was crying thinking this guy was going to kill me. Fortunately,
the police arrived, and by that time he left with his friends.
I told the police these were college graduates and I was expecting a normal adult party, not an out of control underage high school drinking party.
He looked at me and said, with my experience, college parties are far worst than high school parties.