The Violence Of Drinking And Being Drunk Essay

1120 Words Dec 8th, 2015 5 Pages
From the stereotypical teen parties in the classic movies with the red solo cup, and the “make sure you don 't leave your cup sitting out like that” to pressuring one another “just take a few sips, it won 't hurt you” phrases. It 's all fun and games, but what they don 't show is the aftermath and how behind it all is the issues that ends all the fun and games of drinking and being drunk. They miss the part showing the effects, mental/physical issues with your body, all the accidents, and the innocent people that end up injured from just that one little sip to a few cups. Especially, your so called, close friend who offered the drink explaining “you’d be fine”, to when you realize what things could actually happen to you could effect your whole life. Teens don’t understand what actually happens, while being under the influence of alcohol. I feel there is always a solution to things like this situation, like being responsible, paying attention to what goes in your drinks, and not driving while intoxicated. “Underage drinking is a risk that attracts many developing adolescents and teens. When young people try alcohol, they often don 't realize the damaging effects drinking can have on their own lives, their families, and their communities”. Underage drinking is kids under the age of legal drinking age (21) that drink irresponsibly. Having control in the teen’s that underage drink is very difficult, not only for their parents, but friends around them. When drinking too much…

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