Nanny Knows Best

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Friday, June 12, 2015

A Generation of Teetotallers!

Contrary to what Nanny would have us believe, it appears that the younger generation is opting to be teetotal.

Now I am really worried about them!

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  1. Anonymous6:09 PM

    Frankly, Teetotal is just about as bad as alcoholic. Where's that balance? Ah, but wait; balance takes thought - getting pissed as a newt takes no thought at all, and neither does never touching the stuff at all. This is the modern problem: always opting for easy solutions.

    Richmond (2 glasses of red wine with supper) Mathewson

  2. I suppose that many youngsters take everything Nanny says as gospel.
    It has seemed to me as odd how people will take information in a given form as being beyond question. Growing up in the Fifties and Sixties, everyone wanted things in writing before they'd believe it however, nowadays, people want it on the new media before they'll believe it. It strikes me that, because Nanny has banged on and on about the dangers of alcohol some youngsters would take her message to be correct and hence the rise in the number of teetotalers.

    Everything in moderation is the best way to go in my opinion but, if you are adults and something is legal, then it is up to you to decide for yourself. It should be noted that once you've decided for yourself, you should take responsibility for that decision too.

    Off topic but, I have only just finished laughing about it. Last night on Channel Five there was live boxing.....Just before the programme began, the announcer issued the warning...."The following programme contains scenes of violence." Boxing? Violence? Never would have guessed....Its a good job I was near my fainting couch!