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    Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Do you think people are more inclined to speak their mind and true feelings when they're drunk or do you think it's usually just drunken babble that doesn't mean much?

    For example, if someone told you they have feelings for you, etc when they've had a few drinks on more than one occasion, but when sober, do not show those sorts of feelings, how would you take that?

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I wouldn't believe them, especially because they're under alcohol's influence, alcohol is not a truth serum, but I may confront them when sober to find out

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Alcohol lowers inhibitions and removes a lot of fears and self doubts. I always found when I was drunk I'd say things I'd never have had the courage to say sober.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Alcohol's not a lie serum either though. All it does is decrease inhibitions. That's why I don't buy that "it was the alcohol" when something happens like Mel Gibson going on an anti-semitic rant. There's nothing in the chemicals of the alcohol that make somebody hate Jews.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Of course. When we're in a sober state, we have a mental filter of sorts that prevents us from saying things that could either get us into trouble or that we don't want someone else to know. Alcohol loosens our inhibitions especially if we've had a lot to drink, and our judgment becomes impaired.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    yes, they do. there was a study awhile back that said that most people are well aware of what they're doing when they're intoxicated bringing about the theory that people just use being under the influence as an excuse to why they do bad behaviors when they're shitfaced. i seriously believe that's the case with most people. the person that gets drunk to say some racist shit, the person that gets drunk to get loose sexually, the person that gets drunk and starts fighting everybody in the room as a means of taking out the pent up and bottled up frustration they have going on in their lives or within themselves and etc.

    me personally, if some guy were to personally come on to me if he were drunk and i was sober, i would pass. that would be a case of someone's word going up against yours and people will always believe the drunk guy more than the sober person. they think that the drunk person brainpower is completely out the window when that's NOT always the case.
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Right alcohol doesn't make someone do something they don't want to do, it removes the inhibitions that would ordinarily stop them from doing it. Even common sense sometimes.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    definitely....thats why i am always in trouble

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    If I'm telling you repeatedly that I have an attraction for you - drunk or not - you can count on it being at least partly true.

    If I'm ONLY telling you this when I'm drunk, there's a reason I don't tell you this when I'm sober.


    Ask me what that is, when I'm sober.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Yes. It's called "Liquid Courage" for a reason.

    I remember when I was in my early 20's and my friends and I were at a Pride Parade and they wanted me to drink (which I didn't do at that time) they all got more then they bargained for and I didn't apologize for any of it. If I say something or do something sober or buzzed I meant it. I own all of my actions.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    People can't lie to save their lives when they're drunk.

    For example, if someone told you they have feelings for you, etc when they've had a few drinks on more than one occasion, but when sober, do not show those sorts of feelings, how would you take that?
    It would mean they had feelings for me, and chose not to act on them. And I'd appreciate that.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    This is sort of a superstition, but if anything, I find it makes a lot of people chattery... including myself. XD

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    There are many factors in this hypothetical that need to be explored before a coherent answer can be given. For instance what is going on during these "confessions"? What are you doing? What is the other person doing? Is this someone who normally keeps his feelings inside? Does he wear his emotions on his sleeve?

    Since you haven't given much info lets take a look at a couple scenarios. Some coworkers are out for a few drinks after work, just winding down and whatnot. Person A is openly gay, person B is straight. There are a few others but they leave early. Person B has had far too much to drink, while person A has remained sober to being the designated driver. During the course of Person A helping Person B into his apartment Person B (who is normally the strong silent type) caught up in the alcohol and appreciation for such a good friend blurts out the typical "I love you man!" Is he exclaiming his undying love, or just expressing appreciation to a friend?

    Now lets look at scenario 2: Coworkers out for beer, everyone's drinking. Late into the night we have the same Person A and Person B sitting in the bar. They are just randomly talking and the topic drifts toward love and family. Person A then expresses his love for Person A.

    There are so many variables that factor in that could change either of these scenarios. Overall I would say disregard it as they are definitely NOT saying what they mean to say.
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Lol ... my fellow JUBbers have basically summed up everything (and then some) what I would have interjected, but I am left wondering ...

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I used to work for a company which involved occasional travel to other cities. In one of those trips, a group of us employees went out to a bar one night. One of the employees was a female who was drinking. As she was in the middle of a conversation with another female coworker who was sitting next to her, she leaned over and tried to insert her tongue into the other female's mouth. The whole scene was shocking and extremely awkward.

    It would be silly to imply that she didn't really want to insert her tongue in the other woman's mouth, or that it was just some random effect of being drunk.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Maybe she did, but she probably wouldn't have even thought of attempting anything like that in public if she was sober.
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan View Post
    Do you think people are more inclined to speak their mind and true feelings when they're drunk or do you think it's usually just drunken babble that doesn't mean much?

    For example, if someone told you they have feelings for you, etc when they've had a few drinks on more than one occasion, but when sober, do not show those sorts of feelings, how would you take that?
    It just means you have to get them drunk before you get to fuck their anushole. Big deal. A real whore is more expensive.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    No. It just makes them more like what they're usually like, but with some barriers removed or weakened.

    If you remove enough barriers, it's called "passing out".

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    They are more likely to speak the truth.

    And the day after they are likely to excuse themselves by claiming it was just drunken babble

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I think definitely. It affects their thinking and they just blabber whatever's on their mind.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I got completely trashed and said some nasty things to my brother and we didn't talk for about 8 months. Reckon family always know how to push your buttons quite easily when they want to. We kind of mended bridges this past holiday break but it's still a work in progress.

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    I can't stand people who tell the truth only because they are drunk.

    I have gotten majorly hurt by someone who did that once. It fucking sucks. Not because the cat is finally out of the bag, but for leading me on, telling me everything is fine.

    And I am the worst kind of drunk. I will giggle at everything. It was a really awkward conversation.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Isn't there some sort of scientific study or report floating around the Internet about this? Thought I read alcohol stimulates the same spot in the brain as honesty. Didn't bother looking into it because I frankly don't care about neuroscience. >.>
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenstar View Post
    Alcohol lowers inhibitions and removes a lot of fears and self doubts. I always found when I was drunk I'd say things I'd never have had the courage to say sober.
    This. It provides disinhibition. That said, the person will not only tell the truth but also foul things and other glitches they will not utter while sober. Thus you cannot actually infer drunktalks as always true; they can be nothing but meaningless points.
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I needed liquid confidence to come out to my parents. Yes, booze can make someone more honest in their actions and what they're saying some of the time. I've found I am more likely to come up with less plausable and less honest reasons for not going home with someone when drunk though. I think it might have something to do with what the drunk person wants. I wanted to tell my parents I am not straight, that is what I did when drunk. I've lied when drunk to someone(s) I do not want to wake up next to.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    they slur their words more, if that's helpful
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    Quote Originally Posted by LemonMonk View Post
    I needed liquid confidence to come out to my parents.
    I actually took a sleeping pill which makes me kinda high if I'm still up 20 minutes after taking it.

    I did it intentionally because I've always had a problem with anxiety and this pill always got me rid of it completely (even anti-anxiety pills never worked that well).

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    In Vino Veritas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I would either confront the person and ask them to be truthful, if not, hold their peace. Or, I would just brush it off as the person being inebriated, spewing nonsense and all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Callum- View Post
    Isn't there some sort of scientific study or report floating around the Internet about this? Thought I read alcohol stimulates the same spot in the brain as honesty. Didn't bother looking into it because I frankly don't care about neuroscience. >.>
    Perhaps you're referring to the amygdala complex?

    I once read a paper on this topic, but had strong doubt for its legitimacy. It essentially said that alcohol inhibits the part of your brain that sends alarm signals when you're about to do something irresponsible (amygdala). The signals that would ordinarily cause you to reconsider your words/actions don't get heard, so you are uninhibited and more inclined to verbalise thoughts you would otherwise keep to yourself.

    I was skeptical when reading it, as decision making is a very complicated process that can't be isolated to one brain network or region. Yes, the amygdala is most probably involved in providing a signal when you're about to act carelessly, and alcohol is a general inhibitor, but I would say it's highly misleading to assert that the alcohol targets the amygdala specifically (as the paper did).

    I'm a little tired right now, and it may not even be the study you're referring to, but I'll try to find the source tomorrow if I have time.

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    I know some people who have a tendency to be more open/honest when drunk. I guess for me it really just depends on the situation. Being depressed and stressed while drinking made me a bit more open when I was drunk one time. But other times I'm just either dancing all over the place or tired as fuck and don't talk about private shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anders123 View Post
    Perhaps you're referring to the amygdala complex?

    I once read a paper on this topic, but had strong doubt for its legitimacy. It essentially said that alcohol inhibits the part of your brain that sends alarm signals when you're about to do something irresponsible (amygdala). The signals that would ordinarily cause you to reconsider your words/actions don't get heard, so you are uninhibited and more inclined to verbalise thoughts you would otherwise keep to yourself.

    I was skeptical when reading it, as decision making is a very complicated process that can't be isolated to one brain network or region. Yes, the amygdala is most probably involved in providing a signal when you're about to act carelessly, and alcohol is a general inhibitor, but I would say it's highly misleading to assert that the alcohol targets the amygdala specifically (as the paper did).

    I'm a little tired right now, and it may not even be the study you're referring to, but I'll try to find the source tomorrow if I have time.
    See? If you had been drinking you would have been able to just accept the conclusions of that paper without questioning its validity….

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    Re: Do people speak more openly/truthfully when they're drunk?

    i believe people are far more truthful because they are less inhibited by their minds. however, i dont usually take what they say as gospel unless they say it while they are not under the influence of alcohol.
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    Someone get wanker90 a drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
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    Expecto patronum!


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