Who Here Is A Designated Driver On New Year's Eve?

December 31, 2009 7:05pm CST
I was joking around with one of my favourite bus drivers today, who is stuck working till 3 AM this morning, with the extended New Year's Eve service. LOL His wife was teasing him about being able to drink tonight, while he had to abstain, being a BUS DRIVER. haha My husband and I are both legally blind, and the venue we're going for new Year's Eve is right next door to us, so we don't have to worry about driving. haha So who here is a designated driver for New Year's Eve? What alternative non-alcoholic drinks will the bar serve designated drivers?
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@ElicBxn (61192)
• United States
2 Jan 10
when my roommate was at the blind school, back when 18 was the legal drinking age, she was the designated "walker" to get the other kids safely back to school after going to a bar. She has some INTERESTING stories about that, like the cop that took them downtown because he didn't believe she was sober, and saying that he thought they were blind drunk - then the guy with the glass eyes said - they were blind and drunk, but she wasn't drunk The cop didn't believe him, until he popped his eyes out and offered them to the cop. the cop then threw up on their shoes - the Sargent at the station made him take them back to the blind school.
• United States
1 Jan 10
i'm more of a designated key grabber. i don't drive,but if anyone has too much,they're staying put til they sober up. but they usually party here,so it's not hard to do.
@Hatley (164168)
• Garden Grove, California
1 Jan 10
hi danishcanadian well this is silly of me to respond as I am interred here for the present at this retirement center and am going no place,bummer, as I cannot drink but one drink anyway being a diabetic on oral meds. so no need of a designated driver for me at all. I am free to go out of course but with the limits I have and by myself its not that much fun.also we are allowed no spirits of any kind here.