Dating sites for non drinkers

29-Feb-2020 18:32

Sending a message asking in a polite way doesn't cost anything here, so you have nothing to lose. Just like the people who lie about their age and weight. get yourself a list together and send it out to perspective ladies ... I am a social ice cream eater....anyone for ice cream? I'm not surprised that there is a correlation between non-drinking and Christian. But clearly, as shown above, there's many that don't drink and aren't Christian.Thanks Mom, This is a good answer but I kinda wonder how well it would go over with me asking that question right off the bat no matter how nice I put the question. I'm not a christian I just dont like the whole big alcohol deal and drunks scare me For me its simply I dont like 'that lifestyle' that is centred around alcohol Nothing to do with my beleifs or otherwise If someone didnt drink because their religion told them not to, I'd be scared of what happened if they dropped that fashion and joined a new one. Its not a personal choice.cheers Sure is a problem to define 'social drinker'. Christians used to make some pretty darned good beer and wines..still do it too! I know I'd have to be good and drunk to take some vow...say, of silence or celibacy. I'm a social drinker in that I might have a drink with dinner or go out for a drink with a friend, and I have a nice collection of liquers for making c0cktails when entertaining at my place.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I am a non drinker and it is because every time in my life there has been a problem drinking or someone being drunk has been at the root of a problem that I have experienced.I have met some so called social drinkers on other sites but they simply turn out to be in my opinion just alcoholics.To me a social drinker is not someone who has to have beer in their refridgerator at home at all times and that seems to be the case with the so called social drinkers I have met.The best thing is probably to message the person and ask them specifically how much they drink, if it's an issue to you. I am not sure that the subject of serious christian have anything to do with drunks either...??I understand you having an issue with it - my ex drank a lot, and my brother was an alcoholic, so I do not want to be around people who are heavy drinkers. I have met absolute drunks who say on their profiles that they drink occasionally ... Also, if you just come out and ask them how much they drink, do you really think someone is going to say exactly? I am a non drinker.smoker.social drinker .a religion freak..then..

Still, I got two bottles of white wine in my fridge (one since Feb). just ask my 1st ex, he is the most wonderful christian, or so he says. there is no way we can truly KNOW who is or who is not lying.:-)Thanks Powderpuff, changing the scale is a great idea and would help a great deal in solving what I percieve to be a problem. Thanks Cotter, I am not saying that all people going to church don't drink what I am saying is that most people I have met that don't go to church do drink and they tend to say that they drink less than they actually do. That is the way I see it and it might not be the way that you see it as we are different people and we do see the world through different prospectives and life experiences.Also drinking a 12 pack at 18 is a lot different than drinking daily at 35 and above because at 35 and above the body has developed a physical dependence on the alcohol by then. I agree that the answers available on that question can have many different meanings to different people. I just happen to know way too many church-going christians who are real "boozers".So, for me to answer 0 is not accurate, neither is 1-5 as I don't even drink one a week most of the time. The fact that someone may attend church does not change the fact that they lie. I am a non drinker and frankly don't care if someone is a social drinker or a drunk..And no, I'm not a Christian - in fact, I'm atheist. Social Drinker only drink when in a social atmosphere.a closet drunk.

Still, I got two bottles of white wine in my fridge (one since Feb). just ask my 1st ex, he is the most wonderful christian, or so he says. there is no way we can truly KNOW who is or who is not lying.:-)Thanks Powderpuff, changing the scale is a great idea and would help a great deal in solving what I percieve to be a problem. Thanks Cotter, I am not saying that all people going to church don't drink what I am saying is that most people I have met that don't go to church do drink and they tend to say that they drink less than they actually do. That is the way I see it and it might not be the way that you see it as we are different people and we do see the world through different prospectives and life experiences.Also drinking a 12 pack at 18 is a lot different than drinking daily at 35 and above because at 35 and above the body has developed a physical dependence on the alcohol by then. I agree that the answers available on that question can have many different meanings to different people. I just happen to know way too many church-going christians who are real "boozers".So, for me to answer 0 is not accurate, neither is 1-5 as I don't even drink one a week most of the time. The fact that someone may attend church does not change the fact that they lie. I am a non drinker and frankly don't care if someone is a social drinker or a drunk..And no, I'm not a Christian - in fact, I'm atheist. Social Drinker only drink when in a social atmosphere.a closet drunk.The title of the thread and your opening paragraph ask two different questions, by the way. I know some real "tankers" who run to church every Sunday and sometimes during the week.