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And, obviously, responsible consumption of alcohol is required by law.

Only at the University of Wooloomooloo.

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Just the culture in the UK really.

Unfortunately, we have a similar culture in Canada. A lot of people drink and drive every day.

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Unfortunately, we have a similar culture in Canada. A lot of people drink and drive every day.

You don't have a problem with crashes though.

Here in ireland all are roads are winding so even when your not drunk it can be tricky driving. Add a few pints + incoming traffic and you've got a recipe for disaster.

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Unfortunately, we have a similar culture in Canada. A lot of people drink and drive every day.

I didn't mean we have a drinking and driving when over the legal limit culture here. Just the pub culture after a round. I don't know what it's like in the US, I have only been once.

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If they'd left out the pint, it would have been perfect.

Bahh... it was perfect as it is. Nothing wrong with a pint (or two) after a round.

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Unfortunately, we have a similar culture in Canada. A lot of people drink and drive every day.

You must be a blast at parties.

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You must be a blast at parties.

Does sean_miller have to drink and drive to be a blast at parties? It's a serious offence, and takes lives daily. Please don't suggest that one must do it to be considered fun. I am 18, and I know well enough of the dangers. C'mon man, grow up.

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Does sean_miller have to drink and drive to be a blast at parties? It's a serious offence, and takes lives daily. Please don't suggest that one must do it to be considered fun. I am 18, and I know well enough of the dangers. C'mon man, grow up.

Good for you billysandy!

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Does sean_miller have to drink and drive to be a blast at parties? It's a serious offence, and takes lives daily. Please don't suggest that one must do it to be considered fun. I am 18, and I know well enough of the dangers. C'mon man, grow up.

Wow. He was making a joke. And yes, getting on the squirt does usually make parties more fun.

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And the steering wheel was on the wrong side of the car! :)

Actually Paddy, the steering wheel is on the right side of the car. It a Ford GT. Limited number of them made and only made in America.

Nice ad though. I like Ian's character. Seems like he would be a great guy to sit and have a few pints with, telling stories, lies and jokes

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Wow. He was making a joke. And yes, getting on the squirt does usually make parties more fun.

I didn't say that 'getting on the squirt' doesn't make parties fun. I said He doesn't have to drink and DRIVE to have fun. Read back through the posts, you may then understand. Show a little compassion for those who die on roads each year due to fuelled up jackasses making judgements like 'you have to drink and drive to be fun at parties'.

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Does sean_miller have to drink and drive to be a blast at parties? It's a serious offence, and takes lives daily. Please don't suggest that one must do it to be considered fun. I am 18, and I know well enough of the dangers. C'mon man, grow up.

fine, i'll explain it, my joke has nothing to do with drinking. its a joke about how some people can't see the forest for the trees. you appear to have the same problem.

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