The Art of Drinking
What’s your poison?
If you drink, you know about the wonderful, fun, wild, wacky, and even painful things that can follow. Maybe you set limits for yourself to avoid that hangover in the morning. Maybe you don’t.
We’ve all seen some people get a bit too rowdy during a night out, and while some people might lose all control, others become even more crafty and clever after imbibing. You might associate drinking too much with becoming tired or just plain belligerent, but some people have their brightest ideas after a few drinks.
When I broke my friends’ towel rack, I went to the head of maintenance of the apartment and asked if I could borrow his power tools. I was plastered, but still accurately screwed the rack back in and never remembered doing it. Woke up in friends’ bath tub holding said power tool. (csjohnson)
In the Air
I used to travel almost every other week for work and my perception of urgency became very skewed. I would wait until the last minute to pack. Oftentimes I would pack a few hours before, extremely drunk, but my muscle memory was so good that I would pack flawlessly every time, based on a gut level intuition from so much traveling. Going to Athens? Packed the perfect mix of warm weather clothes and international chargers. Chicago in December? Arrived at destination with my parka neatly packed and plenty of layers. It got to the point where opening my suitcase to see what my drunk self had packed for me was an amazing treat. (ElseCompel)
Once, I ordered a pizza completely blacked out drunk, and set the delivery time to 12pm the next day. I woke super hungover, and then pizza magically came to me. (pamonhas)
I ordered pizza at 4:00 AM to be delivered at 1:00 PM with Gatorade and a Snickers. I was impressed with drunk me. (ST1NSON)
Ordered a pizza for delivery at 11am the next day. (ImAStruwwelPeter)
Did you get a pizza the next day? (Lazarus21)
Yup. Scheduled deliveries are glorious. And I was surprised. (ImAStruwwelPeter)