Re: The 5 rules of problematic drinking
13 units is fuck all - about 4 pints (depending on alcohol strength)
In what mutant definition of the world is 4 pints a week an issue / alcoholism?
Back before COVID, I would do a weekly pub quiz - my one night out in a pub all week & typically have 4 pints. Does not exactly make me a problem drinker..
.. Indeed, as someone who drinks very little (so no "tolerance" built up) , got a real buzz from a 4 pint session
BTW, as someone non posh, what's all this "wine in a water glass" thing? To me a glass is a glass - I might say X is a wineglass, just based on its size i.e. small, but WTAF makes a glass a "water glass"?
Yes, not "safe", but everything has risk, though my riskiest activities statistically, based on time I spend on them are road use (as pedestrian, cyclist, car driver & passenger - road use role varies), followed by gardening / DIY / household tasks.