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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I definitely think this is one area where Bubhub is not representative of the real world. At least the people I know in the real world. Given most on here are pregnant or caring for very small children it's not surprising.
    Yep. I agree.

    I never drank heaps but at least had a wine or two on weekends.

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    We spend less than $50 for an entire year. We are just not that into alcohol.

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    I'd say between $40 - $70 a week... That's just me too.. No partner... I really really like wine (and beer) :/

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    It really depends, sometimes nothing but then we could spend several hundred a month.

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    Default How much per week do you spend on alcohol?

    Maybe $50 a month, excluding alcohol purchased at restaurants - that would be maybe another $50 a month, not quite sure.

    If we do a night out on cocktails that could easily be $500 for a night. Now we have much less income and a baby so don't do that much anymore 😂
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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Yep. I agree.

    I never drank heaps but at least had a wine or two on weekends.
    Oh I used to drink loads

    But in my late 20's I just lost interest. Then I fell pregnant at 30 and had my first baby at 31. And I really haven't had too many drinks since then.

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    Maybe $50 a year? We very rarely drink and have always been that way, even pre-kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I definitely think this is one area where Bubhub is not representative of the real world. At least the people I know in the real world. Given most on here are pregnant or caring for very small children it's not surprising.
    That is true, although I fall into that demographic myself (caring for children, not pregnant) so these opinions are probably most relevant to me as a gauge of where we sit on the spectrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Oh I used to drink loads
    Pre thoughts about having kids etc etc this was me too.

    Fun fun times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    We spend less than $50 for an entire year. We are just not that into alcohol.
    This is about what we spend too. DH has never drank alcohol in the 11 years I've been with him, he was 19 when I met him. I'm lucky to buy a bottle of rum every 6 months.


 
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