Why do we crave binge drinking?

Now in its third week, the #BingeDrink campaign has become an unlikely phenomenon, attracting thousands of followers on Twitter and Tumblr, which have become an indispensable part of social media.

This week, on Monday, the hashtag trended on Twitter, with fans of the show “Binge” tweeting about their own binge drinking.

One Twitter user named Lizzie said that she had a week to get her drink on in New York City, after binge drinking for three days.

The hashtag, #Bergschwörter, has been retweeted more than 50,000 times since it started trending last Wednesday.

“The #BengelSchwörters are the #bingedrinkers,” wrote one user.

The #BENGELSchworrters, or #BerkleySchworters, are the people who have made their binge drinking happen, often through social media, according to Krista, who has written a book on binge drinking called “Bengels Beer.”

Krista is a writer, producer and host of the #DrinkForDrink podcast, and she has been on a binge drinking binge since she was in her mid-20s.

“I remember when I was like 18, it was like a dream, I had a whole new world, I was on a mission,” she told The New York Times.

“It was the first time I ever did anything that wasn’t something that I had done before.”

But Krista said she was never the only one who was struggling with binge drinking, and binge drinking is something that happens to so many people around the world.

She and her husband have been binge drinking ever since they got married, and they are the kind of people who binge drink when they want to be, Krista told me.

They drink because they feel good about themselves and the people they love.

And they drink because of alcohol’s negative effects.

Krista and her family have had a lot of support from friends and family, she said.

“They have been incredibly supportive and understanding,” Krista explained.

The campaign has received support from the United Nations and from many celebrities.

It has even received positive attention from a woman who has a boyfriend who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

In the documentary, “Bathroom Wars,” a woman named Jada Pinkett Smith described the experience of binge drinking and her experience with alcohol addiction.

She said she tried to drink when she was young, and then had a couple of drinks in her late 20s.

She was able to stop drinking in the early 2000s, but it took her years to recover from her addiction, she told the documentary.

“Beverages are not a cure, they’re not a treatment, but they are a part of my life,” she said in the film.

The problem with binge-drinking is that it’s difficult to stop, and it’s hard to do without being a victim, said Krista.

“We can have so many good things that we have in our lives, and if we’re going to binge, then we have to give ourselves a chance,” Kristas said.

But Kristas has noticed a lot more positive stories coming out of people struggling with their addiction.

“A lot of people have said to me, ‘I just want to do it, but I don’t want to drink.

It’s hard,'” she said, adding that she’s heard from people who say that they have a good job, that they’re doing well financially and that they feel like they are making good decisions in their lives.

“So it’s just been so amazing to hear all of these positive stories.”

It’s not just a problem for binge drinkers who need help, but for anyone who struggles with addiction.

Kristas hopes that by sharing her experience and helping others, she will be able to change the conversation about binge drinking around the country.

“Hopefully, I’m able to inspire people to take a stand and stop being bystanders,” Kristahs Facebook post said.

The social media campaign started last week, and so far, it has garnered over 20,000 likes and more than 2,200 shares.

The idea of #BurgersBeer has caught on in the US and other countries around the globe, but Krista believes it’s important that we keep it going, because it can be an effective way to change lives.