Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

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How often do you binge drink, on average? Be honest.

I DON'T DRINK
1
3%
I DRINK, BUT I DON'T BINGE DRINK
6
21%
MAYBE A FEW TIMES A YEAR
1
3%
ONCE A MONTH
4
14%
ONCE A WEEK
4
14%
TWICE A WEEK
3
10%
3-4 TIMES A WEEK
6
21%
5-6 TIMES A WEEK
1
3%
DAILY
3
10%
 
Total votes: 29
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by Sir_Quality_U_Feel » Wed Jul 23, 2014 8:34 am

LTO wrote:I wish I could find Dos Equis in Cambodia.
When I get back to the states ( in a year) I will send you a case from Phoenix,AZ. It is a good beer. I prefer the Dos Equis Amber. Really dark and smooth.

I still cannot get over a Samuel Adams Winter Lager or Boston Lager. I also love me a good English Porter. Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter is one of my favorite beers. Any oatmeal stout will put a smile on my face.
I'll give ya 500 Riel for it...
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by flying chicken » Wed Jul 23, 2014 1:18 pm

EdinWigan wrote:
flying chicken wrote:Cool, first drink is on me.The rest of the drinks is on you :D

FC do you live in SR ? I really could do with picking your brains, don't worry it will not take long but I really would like to live there and could really do with your advice and guidance m8, thanks
Anytime brother. I know the map of this city better than the nuns at the Vatican.
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by StroppyChops » Wed Jul 23, 2014 1:55 pm

Why would the nuns at the Vatican... oh, never mind.
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by vladimir » Wed Jul 23, 2014 3:34 pm

It's about the bicycles...
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by OrangeDragon » Wed Jul 23, 2014 3:50 pm

LTO wrote:I wish I could find Dos Equis in Cambodia.
Reef Resort and Maybe Later in Sihanoukville both have them.
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by Joker Poker » Wed Jul 23, 2014 5:49 pm

I must be due for a binge drink, I'll just have something to eat first and then into it.
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by dagenham » Wed Jul 23, 2014 6:56 pm

Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:
I have followed you before with one eye open. I think we hit max speeds of about 15km/h. Don't worry Dagenham, we wore helmets.[/quote]

Well, I actually don't care a whit if you personally die - it's the family of 4 you plow into that pays - Ha! Maybe better for you lot to not wear helmets after all.

Every drunk in the history of the Planet Earth thinks they are wonderful drivers after 10-15 drinks. Naturally. Of course. That's why they drive drunk.

And numerous studies have proved that no amount of alcohol can ever impair someone's judgement.

It's pure myth - drunk driving has never ever caused any problems, accidents, injuries, misery or death. Bullshit on all that shit! Bottoms up! Cheers!
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by 104 » Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:32 pm

Yep it beggars belief for the sake of a tuktuk or moto !
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by dagenham » Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:45 pm

104 wrote:Yep it beggars belief for the sake of a tuktuk or moto !
Anyone who takes a tuk-tuk or moto after getting drunk (on only 10-15 drinks) is a pussy. Obviously. Aint no man, that's fo sho.
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Re: Are Expats in Cambodia Binge Drinking Enough?

Post by OrangeDragon » Wed Jul 23, 2014 8:33 pm

dagenham wrote:
Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:I have followed you before with one eye open. I think we hit max speeds of about 15km/h. Don't worry Dagenham, we wore helmets.
Well, I actually don't care a whit if you personally die - it's the family of 4 you plow into that pays - Ha! Maybe better for you lot to not wear helmets after all.

Every drunk in the history of the Planet Earth thinks they are wonderful drivers after 10-15 drinks. Naturally. Of course. That's why they drive drunk.

And numerous studies have proved that no amount of alcohol can ever impair someone's judgement.

It's pure myth - drunk driving has never ever caused any problems, accidents, injuries, misery or death. Bullshit on all that shit! Bottoms up! Cheers!
You know there aren't many (any?) families of 4 out at 3am on motos in phnom penh right?
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