Thank god for alcohol

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jammin
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Usually people say alcohol never solves problem…which is mostly true, but in my case it did

Saturday night I was hanging out with my friends and my ex was there. Well she was pretty hammered and ended up kissing me, which was the last thing I needed because I don’t need to get mixed signals from her. So I strayed away from her and when she was leaving for the night she came up to hug me and I denied her and called her out on some things and she got kind of hurt and left.

Well I ended up seeing her the next day and asked her if she remembered our conversation from last night and she said no. After that she invited me to go drinking with her and her friends.

Nice…

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    And when I see you coming down the line
    With eyes wide open
    Somewhere in between the past and future
    Where you drift in time
    And you can see a different point of view

Edited by jammin (05/22/13 04:04 PM)

underfliptown
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I don’t get it…
jammin
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She was hammered and was too drunk to remember the conversation so I ended up getting off the hook

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    And when I see you coming down the line
    With eyes wide open
    Somewhere in between the past and future
    Where you drift in time
    And you can see a different point of view

underfliptown
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Oh. I thought it was a good thing that you told her off.

Anyways, i bet she did remember and just didn’t wanna deal with it.

Are you trying to get back with her?

Dietrootbear
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So you become bitter and lose your willpower when you’re drunk but its okay because you forget about it?

But what,

wait,

no.

Yep.

goodun.

jammin
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Hmmmm…there could be a possibility that she remembered and didn’t want to deal with it. The weird thing is that next day she ran up smiling at me and tell me how cute the pictures that she took of us last night were

and then she kept on inviting me to come with her and her friends in her car to places.

I’d like to get back to her, but she’s a changed person and she fucked up things between us, So I don’t know. She ended the relationship and she’s going through some new phase in life.

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    And when I see you coming down the line
    With eyes wide open
    Somewhere in between the past and future
    Where you drift in time
    And you can see a different point of view

jammin
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Quote:

Dietrootbear said:So you become bitter and lose your willpower when you’re drunk but its okay because you forget about it?

But what,

wait,

no.

Yep.

goodun.

I called her out because it seemed like the only time she’d hit me up is when she needed plans for her and her friends. I don’t like being used

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    And when I see you coming down the line
    With eyes wide open
    Somewhere in between the past and future
    Where you drift in time
    And you can see a different point of view

Awakened1
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cool story bro.

abltsandwich
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I don’t know why you’re thanking a god that, in all likelihood, doesn’t exist for something that humans created.  That’s like a double-whammy of misappropriated gratitude. 

`PS, cool story.

k00laid
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Quote:

jammin said:]

I called her out because it seemed like the only time she’d hit me up is when she needed plans for her and her friends. I don’t like being used

you are probly right though.

dont be blinded by the pussy.

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lillFish
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ha. shes’ lying.

SheikCorp
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thatsnice69
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Quote:

underfliptown said: I don’t get it…

perfect response hahaah

Seriously OP what the fuck. You should’ve banged her. Instead you got all emotional-like and in touch with your feelings.

kr0nik0
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Thank god science for alcohol!

*Fixed

You all know I love to drink, but the only good things that ever come from being drunk is having good sex with good looking girls (that don’t look as good in the morning)..well, that’s plenty to be thankful for with alcohol.

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the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk,
mad to be saved,
desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes “Awww!”

jammin
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hahaha I’m not a christian so, it’s more just a figure of speech.

There was temptation to make a move on her, but that would just mess things up further down the road. I’m trying to separate myself from her, and pussy can sure fuck that up

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    And when I see you coming down the line
    With eyes wide open
    Somewhere in between the past and future
    Where you drift in time
    And you can see a different point of view

jammin
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*title fixed

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    And when I see you coming down the line
    With eyes wide open
    Somewhere in between the past and future
    Where you drift in time
    And you can see a different point of view

Mad_Larkin
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Quote:

jammin said:*title fixed

Except use of alcohol by humans preceded science.

The title should be “Thank fermenting vegetable matter for alcohol”.

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dugasprogie:ramen calcifies ur third eye DoD

nicechrisman
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It’s also good for sterilizing things

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it teaches its lessons whether you like/dislike them or not.”

John C. Lily

 

nicechrisman
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Hopefully you can sex up one of her friends.

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“Cosmic Love is absolutelely ruthless and highly indifferent:
it teaches its lessons whether you like/dislike them or not.”

John C. Lily

 

Salomon
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Quote:

Mad_Larkin said:

Quote:

jammin said:*title fixed

Except use of alcohol by humans preceded science.

The title should be “Thank fermenting vegetable matter for alcohol”.

it’s the yeast organisms that shit out the stuff.

thank micro organisms for alcohol

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“Thanks” is an abbreviation of “thank you”, so “Thanks, God” would be saying thank you as if speaking to God itself. “Thank God” is a phrase spoken to someone else, suggesting that they are thankful to God for their good fortune.

Some Examples:

After narrowly avoiding a car while riding his bike, James looked up at the sky and said, “Thank you God!”

“Thank god!”, responded Jennifer after hearing that James was unharmed.

I’m not certain but it seems like the phrases expand to:

  • Thank God > Let us thank God
  • Thanks, God > Thank you, God

answered Jun 2 ’15 at 19:05

Thank God!
Thank heavens!
Thank my lucky stars!

are all interjections expressing a grateful emotion or sentiment. It can be expressing more of a relief that you found your car keys or eye glasses or purse or cell phone…

*Thanks God

is not a standard expression. In other words it’s an error to use it by itself.

As others have said, you can have

Thanks, God.
Thanks to God…
Thanks be to God…

The last one is slightly strange sounding due to its use of the subjunctive.

answered Jun 2 ’15 at 23:31

You would only say “Thank God”. “Thanks, God” would be colloquial in a strange way.

Religious individuals will often turn to the sky and say something more formal, perhaps “Thank you, my lord” in a rare and very positive circumstance. However, many people will say “Thank God” at any small positive thing.

answered Jun 3 ’15 at 1:00

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At one time Bob would have said there is no cure. But that was before He met Jesus. After years of repeated drunkenness and remorse, he came to Jesus for deliverance. Jesus truly set him free, and gave him a purpose for living.

The Hope

While God’s Word states clearly that drunkards shall not inherit the kingdom of God, it also records that many were delivered from drunkenness and debauchery. “And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God.” They had experienced God’s cure for alcoholism. Many desperately addicted alcoholics have experienced complete deliverance through the work of God’s Holy Spirit in their hearts.

The Cure

Before one can experience God’s cure, one must admit total helplessness. In spite of repeated failure, alcoholics commonly think somehow, somewhere, sometime they will be able to drink in a controlled way or quit when they want to.

The cure God offers goes far beyond merely controlling the craving for alcohol. God’s cure arrests the root problem of a sinful heart. By faith in Jesus Christ, a person can die to sin and become a new person with a new outlook, new appetites, and a new reason for living.

Jesus came to save His people from their sins. He Himself lived above every sin and overcame every temptation. Although He was innocent, He died that we might be delivered from the power of sin. After He rose from the grave, He went up to God in Heaven. Now He has sent His own Spirit to work in the hearts of defeated souls, offering them deliverance.

Jesus conquered Satan, and He is ready to rescue you from the enemy of your soul. Are you willing to let Jesus free you from Satan’s slavery?

The Method

  1. Are you willing to face your condition honestly? Is alcoholism really your biggest problem? Or is it your SELF? When God sees that you desperately want to be saved, not just from alcoholism, but from all your sinful desires,He will rescue you. He always answers those who admit their wretchedness and honestly cry, “God, be merciful to me a sinner.”
  2. God offers to deliver those who repent of their rebellion against Him. But repentance is costly. It means surrendering your stubborn will to God and giving up every right to control your own life. When God’s Spirit makes you sorry for your sins with a godly sorrow, and you sincerely desire to live an entirely different life, God can begin to work. He says, “Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.” What a promise! What a gift!
  3. “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved” (Acts 16:31). Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (John 14:6). Do not depend on yourself. Put all your trust in Jesus Christ. Drink freely of the Living Water He offers you (John 4:14), and He will quench the thirst of your soul.
  4. Open your heart to Jesus Christ and receive Him into your life.With Christ living in you by His Spirit, you will be able to say with Apostle Paul, “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” (Philippians 4:13).
  5. Confess Jesus as your Lord and Saviour. Tell others the Saviour has delivered you. Let them know He is now directing your steps in a new life of freedom. Your testimony will soon separate you from the “Christ-mockers” who keep dragging you down.
  6. Separate yourself from all degrading influences. Tell your old friends you are going to serve the Lord. Invite them to join you, and then give up their companionship forever if they are not interested. Stay away from all places where strong drink is served. Don’t even look at the old stuff. The wisest man who ever lived said, “Look not thou upon the wine when it is red . . . . At the last it biteth like a serpent” (Proverbs 23:31, 32). “Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, and will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty” (2 Corinthians 6:17, 18).
  7. Unite in an intimate, active fellowship with the most spiritual, faithful congregation of Christians you can find. “Then they that gladly received his word were baptized . . . . And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers” (Acts 2:41, 42). Here is God’s cure for the loneliness and uselessness which often drive a person to drink. Join the holy, happy company of genuine Christians, and associate with them as much as possible.Help them and be humble enough to let them help you.
  8. Delight yourself in the Lord and in His Word. Ask God to replace your desire for alcohol with a hunger and thirst for His truth. Trust the Holy Spirit to help you understand the Bible and promptly obey whatever He asks you to do.
  9. Make special efforts to help other drunkards. You know how you were delivered. As they observe you resisting temptation, they will know there is hope for them also.
  10. Do everything you can to warn young people of the dangers of strong drink. Give your testimony. Call attention to the teachings of God’s Word: “Awake, ye drunkards, and weep; and howl, all ye drinkers of wine” (Joel 1:5). “For the drunkard and the glutton shall come to poverty” (Proverbs 23:21). “Who hath woe? who hath sorrow? who hath contentions? who hath babbling? who hath wounds without cause? who hath redness of eyes? They that tarry long at the wine; they that go to seek mixed wine” (Proverbs 23:29, 30). “Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise” (Proverbs 20:1).

God’s cure, available to all, is fully guaranteed! Jesus Himself promised, “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed” (John 8:36).

—Clarence Fretz, adapted

Christian Light Publications, Harrisonburg, VA 22802 Phone (540) 434-0768.

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