British women are so repulsive.
If you’ve witnessed them drunk and fat and spewing profanity, while their fat hangs out of their whore clothes as they fall over in the street, you know that each time you see this, a piece of your soul dies.
It shouldn’t be allowed.
British women top the list for the world’s biggest female binge drinkers, a report has found.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) compared alcohol consumption across 33 countries.
The UK was first in the global charts for binge drinking among women – defined as having at least six drinks in a single session – with 26% doing this at least once a month. However, British men were higher, at 45%.
When both sexes were combined, the UK was ranked joint third overall with Luxembourg for binge drinking rates behind only Romania and Denmark.
Dr Richard Piper, chief executive of Alcohol Change UK, said: “Alcohol causes too much harm here in the UK. But this is totally avoidable.
“There is an overwhelming need for the government to introduce measures that we know will reduce alcohol harm and save lives such as proper controls on alcohol marketing, introducing minimum unit pricing in England like we already have in Scotland and Wales, and clearer alcohol labelling.”
The OECD’s report also found adults in the UK were more likely to say they vaped compared with other countries, but have lower than average smoking rates. Just 12.7% are current smokers in the UK, compared with an OECD average of 16%. However, almost one in 20 adults (4.9%) said they vaped regularly, compared with an average of 3.2%.
The Anglo tradition of binge drinking is also insane for men.
People harass me for drinking on weekdays. I explain: “I drink less alcohol in a week than you do.”
These people go out and drink an entire bottle of liquor in a night, or 20+ beers. They consume heinous amounts. They get hangovers that don’t totally clear up until the following Thursday. And this is totally socially acceptable, and is actively encouraged by the culture as a way to “let off steam.”
If people just had 2-4 drinks on weeknights, they would not have this urge to engage in this lunatic behavior.
Imagine if you applied this policy to food – you didn’t eat at all during the week, then on the weekend started chugging warm melted ice cream by the bucket. Would anyone think that was a good idea?
Drunkenness doesn’t benefit you. If you feel a need to get blackout drunk, there is something wrong in your life. You should not have that urge.
Conversely, drinking a reasonable amount in the evenings – any day of the week – to dull the suffering of existence is very healthy and natural, and no one should be ashamed of this.
I think the reason people oppose me when I say “there’s nothing wrong with daily drinking” is that the only concept they have of drinking is the standard Anglo “weekend blackout.”
I see people in their thirties doing this at least 2-3 times a month.
Nothing good can happen from it.
Stop doing this.
Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.