I am not asking for advice on this thread, more just making an observation and seeing what other people's experiences are. The primary activity in my hometown is drinking. One thing I've noticed is that adults (and I'm talking people over the age of 30) seem to like to engage in peer pressure to make you drink or drink more in a social setting. To the point that in one gathering I was talking to my cousin who I had not seen in over a year and I had two grown adults over 30 asking why I wasn't drinking more. As in interrupting the conversation to ask. Like I needed to be drunk for them to have a good time or something.
I've also had situations where I've been in a bar and someone orders shots for everyone even without asking then gets offended when you don't want one. I've made it a point to avoid people like this as much as I can, but it amazes me people act like this. It seems to me that at best if you act like this you're still stuck in college and at worse you're an alcoholic.