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    I have driven occasionally after 1 or 2 drinks and I breathalyzed myself with those throwaway ones you buy in halfords before driving and I was UNDER. The only other time I've driven on more than that the police breathalyzed me and I was UNDER the only reason they pulled me was because I was speeding on the motorway as do a lot of others, then they smelt the booze.The man who killed those 3 boys was obviously VERY drunk.


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    And if I know someone's driving I don't pressure them to drink or even offer them any, I like the way you seem to think that is acceptable lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous girl View Post
    I have driven occasionally after 1 or 2 drinks and I breathalyzed myself with those throwaway ones you buy in halfords before driving and I was UNDER. The only other time I've driven on more than that the police breathalyzed me and I was UNDER the only reason they pulled me was because I was speeding on the motorway as do a lot of others, then they smelt the booze.The man who killed those 3 boys was obviously VERY drunk.
    The problem with testing yourself after drinking is that even though you may appear to be under the limit on a disposeable breath test, because of how your body processes alcohol, with a delay between drinking and is showing up in your blood / breath, you might still be over the limit when you are driving as your level continues to rise.
    That is why we advocate no drinking at all if you are going to drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous girl View Post
    And if I know someone's driving I don't pressure them to drink or even offer them any, I like the way you seem to think that is acceptable lol
    I don’t think it is acceptable to try to pressurise someone into drinking if they are going to drive. In the circumstances you have described it seems the person may have had the intention of you NOT driving, but doing other things.
    But what is unacceptable is giving in to that pressure. That is what Hewl is on about, with taking personal responsibility. It is your decision about how you earn a living but you put yourself in a risky situation and then try to justify the outcome as being “not my fault.” If you adopt that attitude, where is the learning curve to ensure that it doesn’t happen again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous girl View Post
    And if I know someone's driving I don't pressure them to drink or even offer them any, I like the way you seem to think that is acceptable lol
    You just don't understand and that is the problem. YOU are fully in control of how much you drink and whether you drive or not. You continue to blame others for your own choices and actions so it is inevitable that you will drive again whilst under the influence if you don't change your attitude in the next 15 months.

    If l kept pressuring you into injecting heroine would you eventually say yes?? I don't think so! If you can't say no or feel pressured to drink then you have alcohol problems that need to be addressed. Having said that, drink away to your hearts content just dont drive!

    You haven't come across with any remorse, you simply feel hard done by. That is appauling.

    Does the fact you need to use alcohol indicators to see if you are over the limit not worry you?? Do you think normal people do that?

    Until you accept that alcohol of any amount and driving do not mix you will continue to be a danger to the public.

    Lots of people come here having made a mistake or an error judgement, are genuinely remorseful and change their ways so it doesn't happen again. You are an exception.

    Accept responsibility, learn from it, stop blaming everyone else and stop risking being over the limit.

    Hopefully 15 months without your license will make you not want to gamble with it again, sadly I doubt it.

    It is as simple as this, drink OR drive. YOU decide.

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    The learning curve to ensure it doesn't happen again is if someone is overkeen on me drinking I take their money and bugger off without giving them anything serves them bloody well right.I don't have a drink problem I just stocked up on all kinds of things when I passed my test in case I should ever need them, spare bulbs first aid kit ect.I could have taken the train but I had the breathalysers in the car and figured if I'm under Id prefer to drive otherwise I would've taken the train.
    My biggest regret is not robbing that cnt blind and buggering off while he was in the toilet tbh

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    I said I wouldn’t pass judgement on what you chose to do, but I will, you are a disgrace to your profession!
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    posts are so ridiculous that I am starting to believe that the whole thing is a wind up. I shall not bother offering further advice, good luck with your choice of career........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous girl View Post
    The learning curve to ensure it doesn't happen again is if someone is overkeen on me drinking I take their money and bugger off without giving them anything serves them bloody well right.I don't have a drink problem I just stocked up on all kinds of things when I passed my test in case I should ever need them, spare bulbs first aid kit ect.I could have taken the train but I had the breathalysers in the car and figured if I'm under Id prefer to drive otherwise I would've taken the train.
    My biggest regret is not robbing that cnt blind and buggering off while he was in the toilet tbh
    So your learning curve is to resort to theft?! I guess if the guy had caught you stealing and reported you to the Police or tackled you himself that would be his fault too not yours?

    Come on! You have to take responsibility for your own actions. Until you do you will continue to find yourself in situations you don't want to be in.

    Ok I get what you say about struggling for money and entering into a profession you may have otherwise not chosen but you and you only are responsible for the choices you make. Whether that be drink driving, escorting, stealing etc. The blame game is just ridiculous.

    Do you really not take any accountability for this???

    I still don't understand why your biggest regret is not drink driving? Thats what I am trying to get out of you but the poking is not working (excuse the pun!). Believe it or not, if you read between the lines of my posts I am actually trying to help you! Repeat offenders are the ones who either just don't care or don't take responsibilty for what they have done.

    Don't risk becoming a repeat offender. Wise up NOW! You need to realise the seriousness of what you did and the fact that the repercussions could have been much worse.

    Do you plan to continue in the escorting business without the use of a car? If you do, do not be tempted to drive whilst disqualified, the Magistrates really don't like that.

    I honestly do believe you will drink drive again and l also believe you will drive whilst disqualified.

    You WILL end up in prison if you keep gambling with alcohol and driving, do you atleast understand that?

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