Is it ok that my grandma gave me a bottle of whiskey?

Is it normal that my grandma gave me a bottle of whiskey for my 11th birthday?

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  • Grandma sounds kick ass.

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  • Shoulda asked her for a dildo instead.

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  • Must be irish

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  • I'm gonna sound like the only person here with a stick up my chocolate dispenser, but the fact remains that what your grandma did was highly irresponsible.

    Underage drinking is dangerous because it takes less alcohol to permanently damage a young person's brain. Also, I can't abide giving kids an addictive, mind altering and dangerous substance probably before they're mature enough to understand everything about drinking responsibly.

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  • No

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  • Lol, badass grandma

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  • So alcoholism runs in your family, huh?

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  • Since you're from Ireland, I guess it's just cultural differences. In America, you'd be a hick / hillbilly / white trash.

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    • My family,me? ,"White-trashhh"? You mistake me for someone who works in supermacs or Starbucks or someone who would sit on the side of the street for a day just to shine someone's shoes , no I am not poor no I am not rich I am comfortable and maybey Irish working/upper class is deemed to be "hillbilly" in the us of a but to this I say you my friend are a the rear end of a twat

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  • My g-maw never ever gave me alcohol but she gave me money. Once I asked to borrow $10 she handed me a $100 bill, came back gave her the $90 change, she told me I could keep it. Best granny ever.

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  • So your grandma gave you a bottle of whiskey for your 11th birthday?
    I suppose in Germany that would not be different than cake and ice cream.
    But in America, that is sick, she should know to wait til you are at least 13. Jeeze.

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    • America ,peugh Americans are too liberal for me to be able to try to stay calm ,I have American relatives and by God are they a handful

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  • You have a badass grandma XD

    A good whiskey is always welcomed!

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    • Yes I would like to send u some but in 1945 we drank what was left as the allied powers came into our village and as our father was high up in the gestapo ,we thought it was going to be our last drink ,but when they came in they didn't even know papa was in the gestapo and he died in 1968 peacefully and a proud german

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  • Don't see why not

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  • I didn't know that. Where I come from it's 21.
    :)

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  • Cool Grandma! how lucky you are

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  • Did you drink it or did you wait until you were 21?

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    • Well back in 1942 it was acceptable for anyone to drink I was only 11 back then but after all we were given cigars and told they were bad for us but I am 87 and still puffing smoke and I'm as healthy as can be

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  • I mean if she ment it to age until you turn 21 that would be cool to have a 10 year aged whiskey.
    My parents bought my birth year wine for my 21st.

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