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    Unhappy weekend warrior/social drinker

    Hello~~ I need your help.

    What exactly does weekend warrior mean?

    And i want to know the meaning of social drinker.

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    Re: Help :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyby View Post
    Hello~~ I need your help.

    What exactly does weekend warrior mean?

    And i want to know the meaning of social drinker.
    A weekend warrior might be someone who partakes in war games over the weekend. Without knowing the context it is not possible to be definitive.

    A social drinker is a person who indulges in drinking with friends, colleagues or clients/customers for the purpose of being social, not because s/he wants to drink a lot.

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    Re: weekend warrior/social drinker

    Do you have any context for "weekend warrior"?


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    Re: weekend warrior/social drinker

    Depending upon the context, "weekend warrior" sometimes refers to someone who works as a professional during the week (say, a doctor or lawyer) but partakes in recreational drugs on Saturday and Sunday.

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