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August 20, 2012

AT LEAST UNTIL THEY WAKE UP NAKED IN AN ENTIRELY UNFAMILIAR CITY

College binge-drinkers happier than non-bingers

(Thanks to Alkali Bill, not to be confused with Bilkali Al. Also Bill Hudgins)

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That's right blame the booze when you wake up naked somewhere and don't know how the hell you got there. Oooops I used a naughty word. (funny) Seriously, I don't know how anyone can drink a lot.

Oh, for college days... waking up at the end of a term and wondering what happened.

I drank, but I never binge drank. I didn't want a photo of me naked and passed out to end up in the hands of the Blog or my parents.

We certainly drank in college (you had to - the water wasn't safe, back then,) but regularly, steadily, with professional attention to detail. None of this binger stuff.

AT LEAST UNTIL THEY WAKE UP NAKED IN AN ENTIRELY UNFAMILIAR CITY

Dave, are you trying to tell us something?

On a some what related note I would propose that non-exercisers are more happy than people who exercise vigorously. Ever seen someone working out who looked like they were enjoying themselves?

That's right blame the booze when you wake up naked somewhere and don't know how the hell you got there.
I guess it's safe to say that Theresa won't be getting a blog diploma today.

I don't remember ever waking up naked in a unfamiliar city when I was in college. I'm not saying it never happened, just that I don't remember it. Of course I only got drunk twice in college, the first in my freshman year the hangover was so bad that the next time I got drunk I stayed drunk until a month after I graduated.

SCIENCE!!1!

I never woke up naked in an unfamiliar city. Familiar ones, maybe...

I'd stay drunk, too, if I had a $120,000 loan for a NE liberal arts college degree in Norwegian Black Lesbian Illegal Immigrant Studies. You ain't drinking nothing but Mad Dog for a long time.

Notice how the nannies have defined down the word binge to five drinks. It used to be, a binge was when you started drinking Friday night and stopped on Monday morning when you had to go to work.

Before the pentagon instituted the Alcohol Glamorization Program, most officer clubs held a Sunday morning 'Sick Call' that included free bloody marys.

De-glamorization

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