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'LOL, should we order milk for you?': 12 problems every teetotaller goes through every weekend while partying with friends

'Ek peg se kuch nahi hota, yaar!' Do you get to hear all of this while partying with your friends?

Updated:October 28, 2014, 1:01 PM IST
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'LOL, should we order milk for you?': 12 problems every teetotaller goes through every weekend while partying with friends
'Ek peg se kuch nahi hota, yaar!' Do you get to hear all of this while partying with your friends?
Do awkward silences and surprised expressions usually follow when you tell your friends you don't drink? Of course, not consuming alcohol is a good habit. But one might think otherwise when you enter a party that serves no non-alcoholic drinks.

For a teetotaller every party is about gorging on food and having Coca Cola. The latter half of the party is about taking care of the drunken friends' phones, watches and wallets. The party draws to a close with a sober you dropping all your drunken friends safely back home.

'Ek peg se kuch nahi hota.' 'How do you party if you don't drink?' Have you had to go through all of this at a party? You've definitely suffered these problems too.
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You have no idea how your friends go broke ordering drinks when they can just eat something better and go home sober.

‘Beer is not even alcohol,’ they tell you. And then they pass out in the back seat of your car.

‘Ek peg se kuch nahi hota.’ They’ll make sure you don’t leave without a drink and you have to disappoint them every time.

‘Do you want milkshake?’ This statement is usually followed by everyone roaring with laughter while pointing at you.

The only thing you can drink at a friend’s party is Coca Cola while munching on chips.

You have other ideas of partying without drinking but no one wants to listen to them.

You are the only one in the end who cleans up the place when your friends start puking.

You know all your friends’ secrets now and it usually becomes a little awkward to meet them when they’re sober the next day.

‘Are you serious you don’t drink? How do you party then?’ You haven’t even started explaining but they have already labeled you a bore.

Phones, wallets, watches, you have to keep a check on everyone’s belongings.

And when your friends are sober they don’t want to party at all.

Sunday morning after a night out at a friend’s place is all about watching your drunken friends from last night complain about hangovers and promising never to drink again.

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