Why drinking underage bad?!

Question: Why drinking underage bad!?
I don't understand!.
i'm 15, and i drink alcohol!.
i drink everything!.

but i know how to control it!. Like i know how to not do i everyday and stuff!.

i've noticed it helps me focus on things like problems at home and stuff more!. like i find my own answers!.
so i dont understand why it's bad!!?

They should like have a test or something to not let certain people drink, you know!?
or what do you thinkkk!?

i don't know!.
i think if you can control it then there's no problem
old enough to make your own decisions and know what you're doing so i think it's fine (:Www@FoodAQ@Com

"i've noticed it helps me focus on things like problems at home and stuff more!."


I bet you have alcoholics at either the parent or grand parent level, because you have a dangerous disposition toward drinking!. A harmless drinker doesn't see booze as enhancing their day to day living abilities!. They don't "drink everything" and they don't use it to cope!. They use it to cut loose, not to prop themselves up!.

I think you'll have a problem with alcohol!. In fact, I'd bet on it!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

First off!.!.!.

You are arguing an argument no one posted!.

Secondly, you are attempting to show off for some reason which looks stupid and immature and shouldn't be taken seriously!.

Thirdly, you spell the word "think" with three k's!.

Until 22 years of age, the brain has a developing plasticity (ability to grow neurons which make you think faster and take in knowledge) and alcohol has actually been shown to shrink the brain!.

The neurons you need for later will not be formed and you will not have as fast processing as your peers!. Your brain will not develop or grow to its full potential, figuratively and literally!.

Individual cells are also killed off, producing dead neurons and holes within brain tissue!.

You find your own answers, but your answers won't come until it's too late and you're experiencing the problems I'm describing!. I look at my old friends from high school and see them now wishing they didn't do drinking or drugs or both!. People tell you things for a reason, even if you don't see it!. You could also "learn for yourself" about drinking bleach but I think that wouldn't go so well either!.

Do not post on here while "tipsy" and angsty, making your argument null and void!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

you have to understand, the human brain is not fully developed until you are at least 25 years old, and excessive alcohol consumption can cause severe problems to your brain, as well as your liver!. there have been numerous experiments and studies that prove memory, short term and long term are affected, even if you only drink once a week!.

Beyond the physical aspect of it, people want to cut back on drunk driving, and people who do stupid things while under the influence!. Since you are only 15, and raging hormones are going through your body, it would such to drink with someone, and wake up with a baby on the way, wouldn't it!?

You can talk on and on about "well, I don't do this, or that" because many laws out there are to stop the more severe degenerate / addicted people!. Everyone has had alcohol unless you've been living under a rock by the time people reach the legal age, and I personally know 3 friends who have been in different accidents while drunk driving!.

One of them flipped his car and landed on someone
One ran into a tree and got killed instantly
One was stopped at a red light, and a drunk driver hit him going 75 mph and my friend died instantly!.

I don't care what you think about you personally, but the law was made to stop people from making stupid decisions, especially while they are under the age of consent!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

The new findings may help explain why people who begin drinking at an early age face enormous risks of becoming alcoholics!. According to the results of a national survey of 43,093 adults, published yesterday in Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 47 percent of those who begin drinking alcohol before the age of 14 become alcohol dependent at some time in their lives, compared with 9 percent of those who wait at least until age 21!. The correlation holds even when genetic risks for alcoholism are taken into account!.

Why Do Adolescents Drink, What Are the Risks, and How Can Underage Drinking Be Prevented!?

Underage drinking: Denied privilage or bad idea!?

You are more likely to become an alcoholic as you get older and stunt your brain growth!. In a perfect world they should limit how much anyone of any age can drink!. I hate to make rules about age and certainly didn't follow them when I was younger!. When you start to feel a little dizzy try try try to remember to chose a soda over more booze!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

It is bad because you are still growing and kids choose to do stupid things and can get away of it easily!. Imagine when they are drink!. I'm 16 and never drank in my lifeWww@FoodAQ@Com

This is the reason why we don't let you drink!.

You kids have no rational thinking atl and refuse to believe they not capable of taking responsablity!.


it's because your brain and body have not fully matured and drinking at a younger age is statistically proven to lead to chronic drinking problems later in life!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

lol haha drunky
probably cause people figured little kids dnt knw how to drink since some dnt knw how 2 handle it!.!.!.
Age really shouldnt matter cause either way teens/kids still get there hands on alcohol!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

You're not responsible enough for your actions while sober, when drinking, even if just a little bit, it gets worse!.
But this could be said about some adults as well!. We're not all "angels" ourselves eh!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

because your young and it can really mess up you kidneys and when you get like 21 you will have slight brain damage that's whyWww@FoodAQ@Com

Because your still growing!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

I can buy you booze if you want :DWww@FoodAQ@Com

its notWww@FoodAQ@Com

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