Does ‘DRINK’ refer to alcohol?

Is it not strange that the term ‘drink’ is often referred to the sipping and swallowing of alcoholic beverages?

Confusion in galore between nouns and verbs for a non-English speaking person.

Do you have a particular preference when it comes to alcoholic beverages?

My apologies if you are a teetotaller.

I take a moderate amount of alcohol.

Don’t ask me what moderating is!

But these days, my diet is strict.

“I’m on a whisky diet. I’ve lost three days already” Tommy Cooper

Imagine what I lost!

Because of this, I am unable to concentrate on my blog posts and I have become irregular nowadays.

Earlier I used to post 50 articles per day, irritating my fellow bloggers most of the time.

Now it has fallen to 0 due to the writer’s block for the reason mentioned earlier.

What I am supposed to do now?

One Gentleman did not agree with me. He said…

“Writer’s block is a fancy term made up by whiners so they can have an excuse to drink alcohol.”

Steve Martin

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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This post is part of Debbie Smith’s One Word Sunday photo challenge

PS-This post is written on a lighter note. 

Disclaimer– Drinking alcohol is injurious to health. Don’t drink and drive. Stay safe.

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