I chat rubbish when i am tired. And I chat rubbish when I’m nervous. Is that normal?
Lol “I chat rubbish”
As an American this is funny to read.
My Australian friend in 5th grade said rubbish a lot and that was a long time ago but its still funny to me!
It probably means it’s time for you to go to bed, @anon80629714. It must be about 1/4 to 12:00 over there!
It means crap
When people text me sometimes I randomly wake up. Respond. And in the morning I’m
Like wtf I don’t recollect saying any of that.
I like that!!!
In my worst stages of alcoholism every time I got drunk I shut off my phone at the beginning of the night to avoid embarrassing texts…God I hated that.
Yes alcohol can really make you not be aware.
But I don’t even drink at home. It makes no sense.
Ahh, British women can be so beguiling, lol!
What does rubbish mean in America ?
That’s a new fancy word I’m too tired to look up.
It means “charming”, pretty much to the utmost!
I would ONLY drink at home. It wasn’t a social drug for me. Except talking to people online.
It started off, I would take 2 shots before I did anything to ease my anxiety. Then it evolved to getting drunk the night before I had something important to do because I noticed my inhibitions were less the next day after drinking…although sometimes it resulted in a hangover so it made me worse. Then it evolved to addiction.
Someone once told me alcohol makes you more creative. maybe it does but u can do without it for sure and still be super creative. Real creative people don’t need to be drunkards to make creativity… But I had to learn that the hard way.
All alcohol ever really did for me was make me life tougher for me which I guess has humbled me in some ways or w/e but I could definitely do without it
That liquid confidence stuff is false!
Garbage I believe if it means anything
The word rubbish is charming. ?
I am so glad you worked to get lessen it or get off. Alcohol is ok , in moderation though. Too much Is both physically and emotionally toxic.
Just the way you’re talking to @Jonnybegood and I, really! Interesting dynamic going on too: American man, Canadian man and a British woman!
only 193 more countries and we’ll have the whole world in on this convo!
Ahaha I don’t even notice I am British until I say something like “the cheek of the woman” or “just pulling your leg”. The rest isn’t about British me. It’s just me. A little crazy. Mind you. But it’s me.
It means trash.