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See through me when I’m drunk. This mask I’m wearing is a piece of junk.
When alcohol rubs our mask off we are left to see ourselves in a new light.
When intoxicated your well preserved mask falls of, revealing the most darkest feelings and truths within the real you.
Beneath the masks, we can see and get to know our true and genuine self.
Together, we become our truest selves— with masks off, no need to be anyone else. For our love has become like sparkling wine growing so much finer with the passing of time.
In love be honest and real ,shedding the mask of artificiality.
Alcohol makes you less inhibited and more prone to show your real face.
It’s when we remove our masks revealing our true selves and vulnerabilities that real intimacy is created.
Intoxication frees the self, and the soul pours out easily without hindrance, without the mask.
Sit down to unwind, leave behind the grind, take off those masks, and please your mind.
Linda S. Mansolf
Share a drink Unmask yourself and reveal your uninhibited self…
You don’t have to put a facade when you are connected with someone deeply.
The mask we wear will be clear to see when you sit and have a drink.
With only a select few can you lower your guard, remove social mask and enjoy.
Taking drinks with you.. revealing real ” me and you”.
Alcohol makes one drop their façade and reveal their true self.
Get rid of the mask and expose your true self to your loved ones.
Once the alcohol goes in, the mask comes off.
Intoxication brings your uninhibited self out.
Finally under the influence of alcohol… We let our masks fall. Authenticity is easy, Sets you free!
Enjoy the wine Bring out your True colors and Hidden feelings
Being with someone with whom you can be transperent with about yourself is the best gift you can give yourself and the other person.
It takes courage and possibly a bit of wine to remove our masks and reveal who we truly are.
Dr. Chinmoy .A. Vajpeyee
Lets have a date with ourselves, the unmasked, unpretending self.
A relationship touches its comfort level when the masks are no more required.
Kristy Ahlstrom Knowlton
Discovering the unmasked connection.
True connection happens when we put off our mask!