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How To Drink According To Stock Photography

Drinking? You're getting it wrong. At least according to stock photography. Fed up with the sore head and the sawdust mouth? Sign up for the 2015 Cancer Research UK's Dryathlon® now.

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1. It is impossible to fit a wine bottle in a bag.

We've been to the moon, but science has yet to tackle this problem.

2. When drinking, it won't be unusual for you to sit alone, laughing at a glass of wine...

3. ...or at the ceiling if you're with friends.

4. Drinking alcohol will make you forget how to properly wear a tie.

5. In fact, it's a gateway drink to poor dressing.

6. Drinkers have been known to shun appropriate clothing entirely.

7. Overconsumption can cause you to shrink and fall into your glass.

So be careful there.
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So be careful there.

These guys WERE identical twins…

…but the one on the left was teetotal, and the one on the right, a savage drinker.
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…but the one on the left was teetotal, and the one on the right, a savage drinker.

8. Sometimes it can cause you to blackout entirely.

9. Never accept beer from someone who doesn't understand how to use a handle.

10. It's great to drink while watching generic #sports matches with popcorn.

"Go MY TEAM!"
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"Go MY TEAM!"

11. Alcohol is a gateway to other vices…

…like wearing sunglasses indoors.
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…like wearing sunglasses indoors.

12. If you stare at your drink for long enough, it will levitate.

See?

13. In Ireland, all alcohol is green.

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And it can only be drunk if you're wearing a hat.

14. Alcohol consumption can cause age-inappropriate behaviour.

15. It's always advisable to drink red wine while wearing a white top on a white carpet.

In an all-white room.
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In an all-white room.

16. And the only way to cure your hangover will be to hold a pair of pants on your head.

If that all sounds a bit rubbish, Cancer Research UK's Dryathlon® will officially be back this January.

It’s the original month-long test of willpower, where you’ll be challenged to kick the booze for January. What better time of year to get sponsored and to help beat cancer sooner? Sign up today.
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It’s the original month-long test of willpower, where you’ll be challenged to kick the booze for January. What better time of year to get sponsored and to help beat cancer sooner? Sign up today.