lol... I don't drink like a fish, or do drugs, the few posts I've made about them shouldn't be any indication. I have no reason to delve into harder substances, and feel no addiction towards them. I experiment, as I'm sure nearly everyone has at least once in their lives. My family is enough of a reason to deter me away from alcohol, besides the fact it's estrogenic. Feel free to make more baseless assumptions about someone you don't know at all on the internet though, in no way does it make you look like an ass. You also beat your "jokes" into the ground, and worse yet, you take them from other people.
Another thing, I don't have rotten teeth, in fact, I have very normal teeth. I've never had a cavity in my entire life, nor have I ever had a single pimple, before you make more CW judgments about lots of sugar intake. My skin is very clear, my teeth are normal(they're not blindingly white, because I don't bleach them as I'm not obsessed about it like most people in the US) but I use baking soda and peroxide along with coconut oil pulling so they look and feel very clean. No pain whatsoever, and they're quite strong.
As for being 150lbs, yeah, I'm actually the picture of envy for many people. I even get approached about being famous or a model. Jealous? Being thin has never been a problem. I look great in clothes.
Educate yourself about the myth of chemical imbalance and depression. It has nothing to do with blood sugar, if it did, I'd be a much happier individual, as my blood sugar is very healthy(you'd know if you saw my labs) unlike yours, which actually does roller coaster thanks to your stress hormones stimulating gluconeogenesis constantly. Up and down up and down, mine just stays normal-high. Having higher blood sugar is not a problem, low blood sugar is, unless you like brain fog, irritability, and dizziness, and an uncanny ability to make yourself look like a donkey(unscientific observation there).