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idlewatcher
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Houston
Member since Jan 2012
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re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
For so many self admitted alcoholics, a lot of you guys are pretty coherent and smart baws. Hope you get the help you need


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cajunangelle
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eating a fried oyster/shrimp poboy
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
Isn't is easier to hide plastic booze bottles? The only person I knew that did this hid hard plastic vodka bottles full and empty. I guess it is just as easy to hide the larger glass bottles of booze though...


deltaland
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Member since Mar 2011
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re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
I’m not an alcoholic but when I drink on the weekend I tend to leave whiskey bottles in random places and not throw them away for weeks. I have one currently on washing machine I use to put change in and another on my dresser as a paper weight holding my lottery tickets in place


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TrimTab
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Member since Mar 2019
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re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
Why do squirrels hide nuts?


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OKellsBells
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USA
Member since Dec 2016
4630 posts

re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
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Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?


The bottles are put in those hiding places in the first place so the drinker can take swigs on the sly; left there to avoid confronting the empty bottles.


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RogerTheShrubber
LSU Fan
Juneau, AK
Member since Jan 2009
178095 posts

re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
quote:

Isn't is easier to hide plastic booze bottles?


Yes. I usually bought mine in pints and half pints.


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OutDamSpot
Member since May 2019
111 posts

re: Why do alcoholics hide empty bottles?
We found a fresh stash of empty quart vodka bottles at our camp.

We dont drink but have 2 friends who have been thru rehab for alcohol who use our camp often. We encourage them to come fishing and boating here rather than the alternative of drinking. We have never seen evidence of them drinking here.

So the bottles are puzzling and hopefully just remnants of ghosts past or were meant to be used as floats for some type of fishing. We just threw them away and never mentioned them.


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