• In Wisconsin, the drinking age is 21.
Those under the legal drinking age are legally allowed to drink alcohol in bars and restaurants as long as they are accompanied by a parent or guardian of the legal drinking age.
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    • Love the fact that a 10 year old can legally get shit faced in a bar with their parents
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    • It’s because the federal government couldn’t force state drinking laws so instead they decided if the states didn’t make it 21 than they wouldn’t get any highway funding, so states like Wisconsin and a few others said “ok kinda”
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    • Same with texas
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    • I live in Ohio and it’s the same law, was actually kinda shocked when I went to Florida and couldn’t get a beer with my parents at the restaurant
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    • Or a guardian? So I can meet an underage girl online and take her out for shots? Swag
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    • It’s true. I live in Wisconsin.
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    • Connecticut, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming all have statues where a minor can be on an alcohol-selling premises and legally consume alcohol with parental approval. 1/2
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    • Im 17 been drinking with my fam since i was 14
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    • And with the establishments consent. Went to Milwaukee to fish and was excited to have my first beer with my dad and this place we went too didn't allow minors to drink :(
      Jackson 4 sep
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    • Unfortunately alcoholic parents dont see anything wrong with letting ther 12 year old do a couple of shots with them+
      papsts 4 sep
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    • We also have 10 out of the top 20 drunkest cities in America. I live between 3 of the top 5. We are PROFESSIONAL alcoholics
      Decklin 6 sep
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    • That’s neato drinkarino
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    • I don't see too much of a problem with this. At 12 we had wine with dinner on the holidays and by the time I was 16 I'd have a couple drinks with my mom on a Friday night. Now at 26 I rarely have more than 3 drinks in a night. It's about learning to be responsible with it that matters.
      Samjc17 6 sep
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    • Miah 6 sep
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    • My mom grew up in Europe and she said it was weird coming to America for college and not being able to go to bars
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    • It’s true. As a certified Wisconsinian, I take my 2 year old son to get absolutely shitfaced at the local pub every night after a long day of working the cheese mill and watching the Green Bay Packers
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    • Me taking my 14 month old to get a beer with the boys
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    • Time to move to Wisconsin
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    • I think in Georgia it's something similar, like a legal adult can give you alcohol to drink in your own personal house and it would be fine, As long as it wasn't public
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    • Same with Texas
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    • Same rule in Texas, but the restaurant has the right to deny this.
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    • I live in Texas, in Mexico the legal drinking age is really low or some crap and a lot of people here cross the border to get shitfaced but obv 1-2 people stay sober do nothing is stolen
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    • Unless the underage drinker is between the ages of 18 - 21. After the age of 18, they are no longer under any guardianship and are therefore considered an independent adult, therefore cannot be bought alcohol until the age of 21. Stupidest shit ever!
      BigCat23 6 sep
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    • This my state and its not true I asked and it depends if the bar is cool with it and normally they arent
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    • Wisconsin is also the easiest going on repeat duis
      gbaby5 6 sep
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    • Yeah this is true. Doesn't actually happen much though
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    • in virginia and other states you can do this on private property with parental consent, only most bars don't allow it
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    • i’m pretty sure it’s like that everywhere
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    • Can confirm
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    • Texas does too.
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    • You can do that anywhere you dumbass. It’s a federal law
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    • Wisconsin got a drinking permit lol
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    • Same way with texas
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    • Same with New Orleans
      Football 6 sep
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    • Virginia kinda just said as long as its at your residence its ok
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    • Same with Texas
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    • Texas is the same but it also applies to your spouse
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    • Yeah it’s true I’m from Wisco
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    • You know don’t this kid that is actually true let me do a quick google search
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    • It's true my family lives in Wisconsin and I've gone there to visit a couple times. I fucking love it there. I would get my mom to order me double patrons when I was at 18 get nice and toasty and then I would buy so many cheese curds. It was the life then Id have to g back to this humidity hellhole.
      humpty72 6 sep
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    • Its true, but the bartenders don't like to, and they can deny serving you, even though I've gone drinking at places some wont let me, even with my parents, and im 19
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    • In Wisconsin we don’t believe in a legal drinking age
      foost 6 sep
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    • If you are over 15 you are allowed to drink in your own residence with a gaurdians permission.
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    • Same in Connecticut
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    • Same for South Dakota
      usland1 6 sep
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    • Same in Massachusetts but you can do it at home
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    • I just got a fake
      KThx 6 sep
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    • Yeah my buddy took home a girl from a bar and it turned out she was 1u and now he's a registered sex offended. She lied about her age and she didn't find out until the police showed up
      Forever 6 sep
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    • This is so normal in wi its really odd that the government could tell you that you can't let your kid have beer. Also, the bar wouldn't serve them if the minor was less than a teen, kinda an unspoken rule
      PushaMan 6 sep
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    • Wow, all 13 people in Wisconsin are lucky...
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    • In Illinois in the privacy of your own home or for religious porpoises you can drink with the supervision of your parent or guardian
      jchess 6 sep
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    • It’s wack but I can confirm this. Literally any adult they don’t check.
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    • As a Wisconsinite I can confirm just not a lot of people do it
      kilgine 6 sep
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    • Foundry 6 sep
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    • I think they changed the law though, I think now it can only be when your at home, I can’t remember though.
      Hobbo34 4 sep
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    • They're so fucking boring that they had to come up with something that would make people go there
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    • They also have this dice game I played at a bar. Can't remember how it went, I just know I was good at it and that's how I got all kinds of fucked up at a bar in Oshkosh
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    • cena 6 sep
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    • Further proof that Wisconsin does not exist
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    • It’s different in certain places in Wisconsin though. Where I’m from it’s fine but certain counties you actually have to be 21
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    • SoDak is the same
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    • Never heard that for Wisconsin but Texas for sure
      Beardie 6 sep
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    • Who wants to go to Wisconsin with me
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    • Kinda true, but 18-21 it doesn’t work lol used to drink with my mom
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    • Texas too
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    • Or spouse
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    • Louisiana is the same, don’t act like those cheese heads are the superior alcoholics!
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    • Same in oklahoma
      yeegurt 8 sep
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    • any iFunny Experts know which states have this law, or what this law is called so i can look it up myself?
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    • Well guess I’m going to Wisconsin
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    • Would u rather me be a alcoholic or a tweaker strung out on hardcore drugs?? No other options
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    • That happens in a lot of states. Canada too.
      noon_Jo 8 sep
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    • Gotta start the alcoholics young
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    • Same in Tex.... oh shit that’s already top comment
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    • Hell yeah us Cheesers like to party
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    • I was 8 at the dells and my parents let me try tequila. No thanks.
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    • Same in Texas.
      pastxll 8 sep
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    • Yall hate weed but cheers to drinking actual poison as a minot am i right
      I0n3W0lf 8 sep
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    • My gf lives in Wisconsin, I gotta ask her about this
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    • That’s the same law everywhere in the us dumb ass
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    • Same in Ohio
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    • Dam right
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    • I had my first beer at like 6 with my dad 🙄 the bartender was like are you dumb!?
      austyyn 8 sep
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    • This includes your spouse. I.e. an 18 yo married a 21 yo can drink with them in public! In ohio at least
      austyyn 8 sep
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    • Being from WI, this used to be true. Wisconsin is a zero tolerance state.
      suliolar 8 sep
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    • South Dakota too
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    • True, my buddy goes to the bars with his dad
      jon2 8 sep
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    • This is most of America.
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    • Kinda true for most of USA
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    • Yeah buddy
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    • Can confirm as a Wisconsinite. It’s up to the bartender if they want to serve them though. Usually just grasshoppers for kiddos
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    • Drank at a bar with my friends and their dad in a bar in northern Wisconsin, Rhinelander at age 16. That was a fun camping trip full of fishing and cooking and drinking etc
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    • Wait really? I've never heard of this
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    • After 18 this rule doesn’t apply anymore
      shizzzle 8 sep
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    • And our kwik trips have an entire room that is a walk in cooler full of alcohol.
      wisco 8 sep
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    • I believe texas is the same. Could be wrong doe
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    • I think New Orleans has the that same rule in place
      Kif717 8 sep
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    • Been drinking with my family since I was 14
      Iiar 8 sep
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    • Texas is same
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    • I'm from Wisconsin. This is true. We pretended my brother, who is much older han me, was my father when we went to the bar after hunting.
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