We are what we are in the confines of our rooms. When in a gathering and alcohol is served, once a person says he/she doesn't drink, that person is termed a "born again" or spoil-sport. So I normally ask, Is drinking of alcohol a religious thing or a personal thing?
Many of us individuals are plagued with one addiction or another. From smoking, drinking, gambling, internet, sex, etc. I heard a male friend say smoking in the toilet helps him do his stuff better (can anyone verify that?), And he smokes nothing less than 3 packs a day. I asked him if he will ever stop this habit, all he said was that he has become addicted to it and may find it difficult to stop it. O yea.
One thing some of us forget is that we are slaves to our addictions. It cages and keeps the person in a place where the person finds it difficult to crawl out of, except through strong intervention.
Whenever I go out and order for a soft-drink, my friends immediately ask if I've repented or something. Haba, can't a lady drink soft drinks in peace again without that question coming up? Nawa.
Anyways, whatever you do, do it in moderation else it turns to addiction. How's your weekend going? Enjoy.