Remember, "come upstairs" is pretty clear in any language—drunk or not.
The Other Side Of The Table: You're A Drinker Who's Dating Someone Sober What if you're not a recovering alcoholic, but you're dating someone who is?
The dinner option If you choose to meet Mc Hottie for dinner, you'll probably have to handle the Weird Wine Hurdle.
This occurs when the waiter asks whether you have any questions about the wine list, you say "no," your date orders a glass of something and then either the waiter or Yummy asks whether you'd like a glass too. My friend Kelly, a 33-year-old makeup artist and recovering alcoholic, suggests keeping it simple: "No, thank you—water [or whatever I'm drinking] is fine." Then, quick-like and before your date has time to notice, ask a question to steer the conversation to something more interesting than alcohol.
You might feel too shy to bust a move without the help of vodka's loosening properties, but if you let your interest and intentions be known subtly, your date should get the hint.
If the chemistry is kicking and you feel like you'll explode if s/he doesn't touch you, take the initiative and invite Boytoy upstairs for tea or hot cocoa at the end of the date.
There are too many options out there to waste time with someone who won't support your attempts to live your happiest life. Coffee, coffee, coffee You've been flirting online with Mr. You freeze, cough, check your work email, Google your high school sweetheart again and put away the computer.I'd had enough embarrassing nights out; I'd woken up beside more than my fair share of unattractive strangers, and was, in turn, more than ready to bid farewell to the drunken rants, crying jags and battles with lovers, friends, cab drivers, cashiers and waiters.I also thrilled at the notion of never having another hangover.(Seriously, my hangovers were baaaaaad.) I'm not sure whether I classified as an alcoholic.I didn't have to drink every day, though most days I did. Sometimes it turned me into a yelling, crying beast.