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06-10-2013, 08:45 AM
Drunk Stories/Morning After Stories
I had a great time going out last night. I lost count of how many drinks I had, but I was overall coherent and not sloppy = )

But when Peanut drinks, she tends to let the alcohol give her that high and throw all shame out the window at least 'til morning. (I ALSO know how to, and prefer, having a few beers and laughs and calling it a night.) Yesterday, I decided to live it up and enjoy myself and kept "quiet, reserved, careful Peanut" at the table after beer number three. I really DID have a good night, don't misunderstand, but this morning I woke up and have cringed, blushed and laughed at myself more times than I can recall and I have only been awake for two hours.

I know I haven't given much detail, but perhaps I will be more obliged to share if you ladies and gentlemen recount your epic drunk tales and morning after "wtf" moments.

"It was life, often unsatisfying, frequently cruel, usually boring, sometimes beautiful, once in awhile exhilarating." -Stephen King
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06-10-2013, 08:56 AM
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And since today is Sunday, I felt compelled to mention that this could be like an atheist confessional. A perfect way to vent our our indiscretions and blissful moments of sin to an anonymous person that will tell us "It's okay. You will be forgiven."

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06-10-2013, 10:17 AM
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Last night ...
ROCTOBEER-FEST.
Lots of art-science-socio-political talk.
Lots of beer.
Bonfire. Lots of fire.
A good time.

***

Today...
Smokey, smokey clothes.
Easing into the day... very slowly.
Check out is noon.
Food at one of my numerous favorite restaurants.
Conversation about last night.

A good time.
Always good times.
Shy

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06-10-2013, 01:41 PM
RE: Drunk Stories/Morning After Stories
(06-10-2013 08:45 AM)Peanut Wrote:  I had a great time going out last night. I lost count of how many drinks I had, but I was overall coherent and not sloppy = )

But when Peanut drinks, she tends to let the alcohol give her that high and throw all shame out the window at least 'til morning. (I ALSO know how to, and prefer, having a few beers and laughs and calling it a night.) Yesterday, I decided to live it up and enjoy myself and kept "quiet, reserved, careful Peanut" at the table after beer number three. I really DID have a good night, don't misunderstand, but this morning I woke up and have cringed, blushed and laughed at myself more times than I can recall and I have only been awake for two hours.

I know I haven't given much detail, but perhaps I will be more obliged to share if you ladies and gentlemen recount your epic drunk tales and morning after "wtf" moments.

Wait. Why are you cringing and blushing and laughing at yourself? Surely not from drinking too much. We've all done stuff like that.

It was just a fucking apple man, we're sorry okay? Please stop the madness Laugh out load
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06-10-2013, 04:22 PM
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(06-10-2013 10:17 AM)kim Wrote:  Last night ...
ROCTOBEER-FEST.
Lots of art-science-socio-political talk.
Lots of beer.
Bonfire. Lots of fire.
A good time.

***

Today...
Smokey, smokey clothes.
Easing into the day... very slowly.
Check out is noon.
Food at one of my numerous favorite restaurants.
Conversation about last night.

A good time.
Always good times.
Shy
It read like a poem = D

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06-10-2013, 04:24 PM
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(06-10-2013 01:41 PM)Erxomai Wrote:  
(06-10-2013 08:45 AM)Peanut Wrote:  I had a great time going out last night. I lost count of how many drinks I had, but I was overall coherent and not sloppy = )

But when Peanut drinks, she tends to let the alcohol give her that high and throw all shame out the window at least 'til morning. (I ALSO know how to, and prefer, having a few beers and laughs and calling it a night.) Yesterday, I decided to live it up and enjoy myself and kept "quiet, reserved, careful Peanut" at the table after beer number three. I really DID have a good night, don't misunderstand, but this morning I woke up and have cringed, blushed and laughed at myself more times than I can recall and I have only been awake for two hours.

I know I haven't given much detail, but perhaps I will be more obliged to share if you ladies and gentlemen recount your epic drunk tales and morning after "wtf" moments.

Wait. Why are you cringing and blushing and laughing at yourself? Surely not from drinking too much. We've all done stuff like that.
Thanks for the positivity, Erx.

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