One night, a man goes out for dinner (to a nice flashy restaurant), he has a few wines and insists he is fine to drive home.
He gets behind the wheel.
He takes a corner too fast and drives into another car.
The driver of the other car is killed.
When questioned the man says, "I only had a few drinks. I thought I would be OK to drive. I didn't mean to kill anyone."
One night, a man takes out his gun (a small revolver), he loads 4 bullets into random chambers and closes the cylinder.
He walks outside and points the gun at the first person he sees.
Then he pulls the trigger.
The gun goes off and the other person is killed.
When questioned, the man says, "There were only a few bullets loaded. I thought it would be OK. I didn't mean to kill anyone."
Whether you mean to, or not.
Whether you think it will be OK, or not.
Whether another person is killed, or not.
Choosing to drive drunk is no different to pointing a loaded gun at someone.
Nothing might happen.
Or you might kill someone.
It only takes one second.
And it's your choice.