I guess it probably is attractive to youngsters in Pakistan, because of the prohibited thing and also because it's a western thing. Most likely the rich would drink it because the rest probably can't afford it.
Personally I have never touched a drop because it's against my religion.
I'd argue yes, but there are factors.
In the end though I'd say drugs will at some point be completely legalised in the future, wherever you go.
Batsman I tolerate: V. Richards, S. Tendulkar, E. Morgan, N. Hussain. KEVIN O F******* BRIEN
The stigma associated with Alcohol and Pre-marital *** is not the same the way it was,let's say 30 years ago,but it's still there,especially when it comes to Pre-Marital ***.And i'm only talking of Pakistan here.Alcohol on the other hand,has become comparatively more acceptable.It's still a taboo subject,but not as much as Pre-Marital ***.
Alcohol,despite being banned by the Government,is very common at Corporate gatherings and Private Parties in Pakistan.And because it is illegal officially,consuming Alcohol is something big for a lot of people here.
Last edited by salman85; 06-12-2011 at 12:19 PM.
Lol, dude Scotland is worse than Ireland these days, believe meYou're Irish. Coming out of the closet is easier than telling your family that you're teetotal
I haven't taken any other drugs. Currently I am on prescribed medication for my genetic blood condition. It's called Ex Jade, and it's used to remove Iron from the body. I have Beta Thalassemia, because of which my body doesn't produce any blood. Therefore I have to have regular blood transfusion, resulting in Iron overdose. I have been having regular blood transfusions, since I was born.
Oh Ok.I had no idea Ex Jade was a prescribed drug.
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