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I trudged wearily into the kitchen and dumped my worn out old school bag on the kitchen floor My eyes were a little sluggish and took half a second longer than normal to focus Drunk with fatigue after a prolonged day at school I opened the fridge longing for something sweet to alleviate my agonizing sugar craving A translucent bottle containing a red liquid caught my attention To my disgust it was a bottle of Raspberry Bubbly My stomach literally turned inside my guts twice This feeling in my stomach brought back horrid memories of an unusual social gathering I attended on New Years I had my four bottles of vodka and raspberry tucked beneath my arms and set off down the hill to Michaels rickety old batch The night air was moist and clammy You could tell a storm was brewing I pulled up a deck chair and squeezed between Scott and Simon I opened a bottle and down the hatch The taste was vile It was as though someone had brewed a concoction of cough syrup flat lemonade and sour cranberry juice in an old gumboot shoved in a bottle and plonked a pretty label on it But it was all I had so down it went one two three four This proved to be a deadly mistake Well almost My eyes were sluggish and took half a second longer than normal to focus The weight of my head felt as though it had been pumped with lead I stood up to go to the bathroom but it felt like an eternity until my foot actually touched the ground I overbalanced and flew forward and hit the ground with a thud My stomach turned in my guts twice I could feel the cool wet grass squashed beneath my face My brain was in a whirl of confusion I could make out faint murmurs and chuckles in what seemed like the
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