Alcohol is highly overrated. I barely drink, and can still have a good time, always, without it. Well, I don't hate alcohol, just prefer to drink it to appreciate the taste, not get drunk.
So you can't blame you getting banned on being drunk
waiting for you to come back
Just a little story. One time we had a woman who was an alcoholic show up in court around 9 in the morning. We found out by accident that she was .124 and none of us could tell it. She didn't slur her words. She was steady on her feet. She was able to address the court and not show that she was inebriated. Of course, this woman had much higher blood alcohol levels at other times. Finally, she died of an alcohol overdose. It was very sad. She was a lovely young woman with a 6 year old son.
My one and only one time that I saw my hubby drunk and it took me sometime to recognise that he had too much to drink. I worked in downtown Calgary and I usually took the bus. That was Friday and the last day I worked in my customer's office (also in downtown). I already backed to my own office but I had lots of files and personal stuff that I had to remove from the other office, so I called my husband to pick me up. It's Stampede week and his whole office went out for lunch and stayed behind to drink. He drove all the way from the south end of the city to downtown. I did not smell alcohol in the car even he kept talking. We reached the building a few bloacks away where I wanted to stop, he missed it. i worked in that customer's office for over two years and he had picked me up there many times. So in next block, he was supposed to make a left turn. He ran a red light.
that's when I knew he was drunk
Once we managed to park the car, I kicked him out of the driver's seat.
The most scary part was I was in my first tremester with Jr.
At that time, we were married for 8 years and I did not recognise he was drunk when I got into the car even I knew he was drinking.