Using the hashtag 'If alcohol were banned', people of Twitter predicted what life would be like without liquor and soon it was a trending hashtag. You may or may not be a fan of bans or alcohol, but you'll enjoy these tweets.
Here is what Twitter thinks will happen if alcohol were banned in India:
Punjabis would simply stop marrying.#IfAlcoholWereBanned- Roflindian (@Roflindian) December 10, 2017
People were really worried about what would happen to the big fat Indian wedding if alcohol were banned
#IfAlcoholWereBanned then oldest traditional Indian Nagin Dance in marriage ceremonies will be extinct.- PhD in Bakchodi (@Atheist_Krishna) December 10, 2017
And to soda and peanuts
#IfAlcoholWereBanned peanuts will be relevant only on the day your salary is credited- Rahul Roushan (@rahulroushan) December 10, 2017
#IfAlcoholWereBanned Kinley would be SODAmn lonely- Ajith (@ajith27) December 10, 2017
A lot of concern for Honey Singh
#IfAlcoholWereBanned Honey Singh Would Start Singing Bhajans.- Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) December 10, 2017
Aarti All Night, We Do Aarti All Night
Honey Singh and Badshah would have no lyrics for their songs.
There would be no motivational talks among friends.
"Can I buy you water" would be new pick up line.
Break ups kaise deal karenge bc??- Chanandler Bong (@UnrealAbhi) December 10, 2017
And for Goa
#IfAlcoholWereBanned, Goa would just be a boring three letter word.- Roflindian (@Roflindian) December 10, 2017
Some were really scared
#IfAlcoholWereBanned this hashtag is as scary as demonization- Berozgaar Bhartiya (@BerozgaarAbhi) December 10, 2017
While other welcomed the move
#IfAlcoholWereBanned less violence, less crime, better woman safety, lesser unemployment, financially better off rural India, happier families, happier society.- rashminp (@rashminp) December 10, 2017
While calling for a countrywide ban on alcohol, the Bihar chief minister also listed out various benefits of ban on liquor like fall in crime rate, road accidents and various diseases.
The Bihar government had imposed a ban on sale and manufacturing of liquor in April, 2016.
(With PTI Inputs)
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