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    On the piss

    A YOUNG woman vomits in the gutter in an ugly but momentary pause during a boozy night out.
    On another street, in a different city, another woman who is too drunk to stand is helped into an ambulance.
    She doesn’t know where she is, but she could be in any town in Binge Britain as the “fairer” sex go out to play.
    To see the shocking pictures, click on the slideshow below.



    Figures revealed last week show that over the past five years, arrests of women for being drunk and disorderly have soared by up to 1,100 PER CENT in parts of the UK.
    Don Shenker, of the charity Alcohol Concern, said: “There is no doubt the number of women binge-drinking has gone up – they are following the example of young men. The trouble is, women’s bodies can’t handle large amounts of alcohol.”
    On Saturday we sent reporters out to town and city centres around the country to witness girls on the lash over the Bank Holiday weekend.
    They did not have to look far to find scenes of drunken women out of control, making themselves ill and putting themselves in danger.
    NEWCASTLE
    By 10.55pm bride-to-be Steph Walker’s hen night is taking its toll.
    “I’m p***ed out of my f***ing head,” the 28-year-old declares, as she sits unsteadily on a bench.
    “I’ve been drinking all night – but I still have some room for a few more.”
    Meanwhile 19-year-old nursery nurse Kayleigh Kennedy is slumped on the floor outside the Blu Bamboo club. Pal Lindsey Nicholson, 24, says she has had six double vodkas but insists: “We’re good girls. We never get into trouble. We stay out of the way.”
    A pretty 18-year-old blonde, who only gives her name as Rachel, is looking the worse for wear by 11.30pm as she stands in the city’s Bigg Market.
    The teenager supports herself with one hand against an office window as she vomits on the pavement while her pal strokes her head.
    Nearby, Gemma, 18, has lost her taxi fare and is trying to get some cash.
    She does herself no favours as she tells passers-by: “If you give me a fiver I’ll show you my t*ts.”
    GLASGOW
    Reveller Lauren McNiven and ten of her mates have hit the town to celebrate a friend’s birthday.
    They started drinking at 7pm and usually stay out until 3.30am, she says.
    Student Lauren, 21, who is about to qualify as a primary school teacher, adds that they never get into trouble but she admits she will have up to 11 glasses of wine or spirits on a night out.
    At around midnight, barefoot teenagers in colourful dresses lurch from bar to nightclub along Sauchiehall Street and Queen Street, narrowly avoiding shards of glass strewn along the pavement.
    Police flood into the area to head off trouble before it starts.

    Birmingham ... girl looks after collapsed pal




    BRISTOL
    A teenage birthday girl in a PVC SuperGirl outfit is shouting obscenities at fellow revellers and demanding that strangers buy her drinks. The rest of her fancy dress-clad group drag her into the next available bar to take advantage of discounted drinks.
    Meanwhile at half past midnight on the riverfront a group of binge-drinking girls in Grecian togas are arguing drunkenly about where their final destination of the night should be.
    Another girl slumps in the doorway of a takeaway, spreading her legs in her short skirt to gain attention from passing males.
    Later, a pretty redhead momentarily leaves her pals in search of a quiet spot to lean over railings and vomit. Minutes later she calmly rejoins her friends to enter a club and continue drinking.
    At 2.20am two girls kick off their shoes and, despite the broken glass covering the pavement, they take it in turns to give each other piggy-back rides down the street as they search for a taxi to take them home.

    BIRMINGHAM
    It’s only 11pm but the city’s Broad Street is already echoing to police and ambulance sirens as unruly women fight outside the bars and clubs.
    A girl, already the worse for wear from alcopops, stumbles across the street wearing only one shoe, telling a pal: “I’m wasted. I want to go home.”
    Her equally drunken mate is holding on to a street lamp as she throws up the remains of the “buy-one-get-one-free” cocktails. An hour later a couple are rowing loudly in a nightclub entrance because the man has grabbed her friend’s bum.
    As the woman continues to swear and put her fist in her partner’s face, it takes three cops to restrain her.
    A girl outside a row of fast food shops takes a bite out of her kebab, then vomits on the pavement, holding on to a pole to keep herself upright.


    MANCHESTER
    With hair plastered to her face and a pool of vomit on the pavement, another woman falls victim to our booze culture.
    It takes two paramedics, lifting her by each arm, to carry her to an ambulance.
    Nearby, close to the city’s MEN Arena, another girl is slumped in a doorway, her head stuck between her legs as she tries in vain to sober up.
    Her pals try to flag down passing taxis in a bid to get her off the street, then drag her to her feet and stagger off down the road in search of a lift home.

    CARDIFF
    Two girls struggle to support their drunken friend as she falls into fencing, flashing her bum as she stumbles.
    In nearby St Mary Street, outside Squares nightclub, a young woman lies on the pavement, face-down in her own vomit after taking advantage of too many cut-price drinks.
    Paramedics fuss around the girl, clearing her airways before lifting her on to a stretcher and into an ambulance.
    At 1.45am the night ends for another teenager as her concerned parents arrive to carry her home.
    Minutes earlier she had been sprawled on the pavement outside the same club as the girl who had needed hospital treatment. For her too, the night of “fun” is over.

    Out on the town ... out of her head | The Sun |HomePage|News|Sun Justice
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    More like dwarves with learning disabilities....
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    Were a country of drunken sluts.

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    I like drunken sluts.
    If you stick it up their arse while they are having a heave its quite a pleasant sensation.

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    ^^^ Similar events are happening all over Australia as I write this !!

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    But I thought alcohol was a safe drug ...?

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    ^
    In moderation

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    ^ I hear 150 units a day is recommended.

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    I hope the writer never got paid for that garbage.

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    From the sun newspaper, might have known. Waste of foking trees.

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    Sounds about right.

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    I was out the other night in Edinburgh, the scene was disgusting. I crouched beside this homeless bloke and had a chat with him after giving him a coin. He was stone cold sober & drug free. I realized he was the only person who knew what was going on. He was a clever bloke and I wondered how he ended up like he was, he had a story to tell, but that's another story.

    Few minutes later I get some cheeky comments from a bunch of pissed up neds, and in true ned sporting style they kicked my head in. Fair odds really. 7 - 1.

    I have got 3 staples in my head, black eyes etc etc etc.

    Edit : Oh yeah, my main point was the women. Spewing on the street, fighting, swearing, screaming like animals. Quite feminine !

    Not the first time, but I don't see the fun in the UK booze binge culture. I don't see the fun of much in this stinking fucking land anymore


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    ^ There's a lot to appreciate in Edinburgh and the UK as a whole but you won't find it on Lothian Road at 3am in the morning.

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    Kids In Care As Drunk Parents Pass Out


    Laura Bundock
    Sky News reporter
    Updated:16:14, Monday May 05, 2008
    A UK couple whose children were temporarily taken into care after they drank themselves into a stupor were downing glasses of double-strength Portuguese beer, Sky News has learned.

    The Aparthotel Mourabel in Vilamoura

    Staff at the Aparthotel Mourabel in Vilamourain called police after Eamon McGuckin, 34, and his wife Antoinette, 32, passed out on Friday night.
    The pair were taken to hospital, while their three young children spent the night at the Refugio Aboim Ascensao children's home in Faro.
    The children, one-year-old Adam, two-year-old Amy and Aaron, six, were picked up by their parents the following day.
    The McGuckins, who are from Londonderry in Northern Ireland, arrived at the hotel for a week-long holiday on Friday.




    Children Taken Into Custody In Portugal After British Parents Pass Out Drunk |Sky News|World News






    Makes you sick to hear this shit, especially after the Madeline Mcann story.
    I aint superstitious, but I know when somethings wrong
    I`ve been dragging my heels with a bitch called hope
    Let the undercurrent drag me along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    I don't see the fun of much in this stinking fucking land anymore
    Get out of there then. You've done it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    I don't see the fun of much in this stinking fucking land anymore
    Get out of there then. You've done it before.
    Thanks dude I am gonna try my best. Money is the issue, jobs are difficult to get when your CV reads 4-5 years wandering Asia with no references and I have no degree.

    I'm gonna make it though ! For that I am sure,

    Cheers, Meow (Alan).

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    Money is the issue, jobs are difficult to get when your CV reads 4-5 years wandering Asia with no references and I have no degree.
    You've got pasty skin though (presumably).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    Money is the issue, jobs are difficult to get when your CV reads 4-5 years wandering Asia with no references and I have no degree.
    You've got pasty skin though (presumably).
    Indeed I do, but I don't really understand what that means Dog ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    Indeed I do, but I don't really understand what that means Dog?
    You should be able to get a teaching gig pretty easily, even if you speak Glaswegian.

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    lol, I'm considering that gig Dog, but if I walk that path there is no real future, but the alternative here (shudders) !

    Hmmm, got a lot to consider. I am really enjoying learning how to build web sites, that might just be the ticket for me.

    Anything but here Dog !

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    I am really enjoying learning how to build web sites, that might just be the ticket for me.
    Join the club...

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    lol, I'm considering that gig Dog, but if I walk that path there is no real future, but the alternative here (shudders) !

    Hmmm, got a lot to consider. I am really enjoying learning how to build web sites, that might just be the ticket for me.
    No reason why you can't come here and learn how to build websites. Teaching doesn't have to be a future for you but it pays a few bills whilst you get something else going.

    Sorry to hear you took a beating, kicking someone to death seems to a very popular past time in the UK these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by meow
    I don't see the fun of much in this stinking fucking land anymore
    Get out of there then. You've done it before.
    Thanks dude I am gonna try my best. Money is the issue, jobs are difficult to get when your CV reads 4-5 years wandering Asia with no references and I have no degree.

    I'm gonna make it though ! For that I am sure,

    Cheers, Meow (Alan).
    99% of people with that attitude fail.

    In almost a decade of living in Thailand, I've seen them come and go.

    You are already restricting your chance of success overestimating what Thailand can offer you. It's a one-trick pony.

    You'll have better success if you try Bangladesh or China, then in a few years you can relocate somewhere you actually want to be.
    Mortals you defy the Gods, I sentence you to travel among unknown stars, until you find the Kingdom of Hades, your bodies will stay as lifeless as stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkkmadness View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by meow View Post
    lol, I'm considering that gig Dog, but if I walk that path there is no real future, but the alternative here (shudders) !

    Hmmm, got a lot to consider. I am really enjoying learning how to build web sites, that might just be the ticket for me.
    No reason why you can't come here and learn how to build websites. Teaching doesn't have to be a future for you but it pays a few bills whilst you get something else going.

    Sorry to hear you took a beating, kicking someone to death seems to a very popular past time in the UK these days.
    Cheers for the positive advice mate !

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