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    1. remstation

      remstation Well-Known Member

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      Do you feel like you have to earn a beer?

      I have a hot tub(at the moment) and I have to have a beer while I'm in it.

      I wonder if there are people who actually sit in hot tubs without beers? 0_o
      No that would silly.
      lol
       
    2. crormaSoila18

      crormaSoila18 Well-Known Member

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      Do you feel like you have to earn a beer?

      Brothah phi-pho, I have a beer if I want a beer. Alrighty? You should, too.
       
    3. Capone

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      Do you feel like you have to earn a beer?

      Agreed.
       
    4. fa2nzg

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      Do you feel like you have to earn a beer?

      I will tonight. Because, I've earned it!
       
    5. Jelina

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      Well, I think it's so great! Drinking beer is not good for health. You've formed a good habit, lol
       
    6. MarkB

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      Everything in moderation as my mum says :)
       
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      It's not uncommon for people to have different attitudes and behaviors around alcohol consumption based on their personal preferences, routines, and beliefs. Some individuals may choose to drink regularly as part of their social or relaxation habits, while others may prefer to limit their alcohol intake to certain occasions or after achieving specific goals.

      Your approach of only drinking after a certain period of work may be influenced by factors such as wanting to maintain a healthy balance between work and leisure, prioritizing productivity during the week, or simply enjoying the anticipation of a reward after completing a week's worth of tasks.

      It's essential to recognize and respect your own boundaries and preferences when it comes to alcohol consumption, and to find a routine that works best for you and aligns with your overall well-being and lifestyle. What works for one person may not work for another, and that's perfectly okay. The key is to make choices that feel right for you and contribute to your overall happiness and fulfillment.
       
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