I would too. I don't drink, have never been drunk, and have never been remotely tempted to try and get a buzz. I don't have any moral objection to alcoholic drinks in and of themselves (I've tried dozens of different drinks myself, but I just can't stand the taste of alcohol), though I think getting stupid drunk is a... well, stupid thing to do. But why should I knock it if I haven't tried it? Plenty of people out there apparently enjoy intoxication, to the point where my preferences are in a vanishingly tiny minority when it comes to drinking.
Still, I think many recreational drinkers would be surprised at how much fun I have living without alcohol altogether. Doesn't matter, really. Most people are gonna drink, and at some point or another, most people will eventually drink too much (or at least to the point where they later wish they hadn't imbibed quite so much that one time). Nothing wrong with that, up to a point.
But yeah, anytime I turn my attention to what high schoolers and college-age kids are up to these days, all I ever hear about is somebody wringing their hands over the binge-drinking culture that has taken over America's youth. But the kids don't care, and the problem has gotten worse. I know I'm just the squarest of squares, getting all Church Lady about young people having some harmless fun getting their drunk on, but really: drinking till you puke is now considered perfectly normal, funny as hell, and not particularly dangerous.
And that's a sorry state of affairs right there.