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To allow a 16 year old to buy beer and spirts

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Zody why are you concerned with plying 16 year olds with Hard Liquor?

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jesus juice...

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I was posing the question fella,

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Are you mad Zody....

This will enable 13/14yrs to get hold of the stuff even easier!!!!

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he is not mad,just senses an opening!!

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maybe thats what he wants <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I dont drink, so I dont care!

But I think its an appauling idea, if most 18 year olds cant be trusted when drinking, then why should be lower it to 16 year olds.

Maybe we should do what they do in America and make it 21 year olds, and then you have to show ID whenever you are buying ANY FORM OF ALCOHOL.

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most 31 year olds i know can't be trusted with drink,i can't anyway and i know socksy has trouble as well!!

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beer and spirits should be compulsory for 16 year olds. when i was 16 i was drinking that god awful thunderbird stuff. nowadays they don't know how good they've got it with all these alco pops that taste like ribena. it's not proper drinking at that age unless it tastes like crap and makes you ill.

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i remember many a session in the graveyard with a packet of spliffs and a bottle of thunderbirds or pink lady,those were the days eh tree??

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Bridget, my feelings are, if a shop keeper can get away with serving it they will, if a kid wants to try it they will, the test is if they like it or not, my 16 old son is having a party this week, we are not supplying any beer or spirit, but its up to the parents if they choose fit,or if a kid wants to try his luck, they will, personally I drank under age,

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oh yes mate. boys on thunderbirds, girls on taboo or martini. the fun we used to have over that graveyard...

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with each others birds,spin the bottle,kill the cooper!!

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she did look a bit rough,filthy cow though!!

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was all about white lightning down the park in my hay day. also drank 20/20 one night and my mate had to have his stomach pumped. the innoncence of youth <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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i remember me and my little sis downing a 3litre bottle of scrummpy each on holiday while i was 14,i was f*cked for the rest of the holiday,haven't touched the stuff since

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Yeah, so did i Zody, but to make it freely available is crazy.

You can imagine it now 13/14yr olds turning up to your training schools pi$$ed out of there heads!!

As for your sons party good shout about the beer, but remember its your house so your responsible for who's in it and getting pi$$ed!!!

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Tennants Super was all the rage when I was a kid. Even better when you use it with Merrydown Triple Vintage Cider to make a lethal snakebite!




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