The feelng of distrust and discomfort that drunk people have around sober people. This could mean people that they live with or come across in social situations. The desire is to force the sober dude to have some drinks to catch up. This, in theory, should enable "common ground" to be established.
Anna pissed "Gez, have a tinnie, go on just one, go on, have a tinnie!"

Gez "Nah, I'm ok"

Anna "Oooh, go on gez, I've had a drink, go on, have a tinnie."

Dave "Blinkin' Nelly, I think Anna's got soberphobia!"
Por Hawkwind dave 10 de noviembre de 2005
The fear of having to be sober. This condition is particularly common in people who are preparing to face traumatic experiences, such as weddings, funerals, class reunions, and karaoke night.
After being forced to go shopping with his wife on Black Friday, Rob developed an acute case of soberphobia.
Por Dan Cheek 29 de noviembre de 2009

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