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Saturday, July 09, 2005

05 Drinking Grads

It appears that this blog has become (yet another) one of those which tediously relay stories of drunkeness... perhaps unfortunately my life has resolved to this.

Last nite, we made another addition to the team. Mr Kelv B. You may recall that Kelv also featured in a previous post as the 'legend'. And indeed he is. This is despite the fact he got shitfaced a little too early on and started throwing up in an alley way... we cant hang shit on him, cos we do still owe him one. His legendary status remains unchanged. Plus there is a possibility that we can revisit the spa.

Whilst the drinking and the resultant drunken conversations (etc) is a great opportunity to 'get to know' ur workmates a bit more - when/where is the line? Do we spend TOO much time together? Is the line when you get so drunk at 10.30pm that you think its a good idea to have a few more b4 meeting your other friends? Or is that line when after those 'few more' you get so drunk at 12.30pm that you cant get to your ''other friends' and have to be driven home by the designated driver (who herself has had a fair few)?

which ever - but i think that line is definitely when you wake up the next day to find out that ur best friend is pissed off with you for ditching her. and that her nite perhaps wasnt as great as it could/should have been. and that you realise that it is your fault.

3 Comments:

At 2:39 PM, Blogger Leslie said...

Nothing wrong with getting a little tipsy every now and then. Just do it in moderation, meaning: Don't do it to the extent you give yourself alcohol poisoning and need emergency room services to pump your stomach, don't do it every single day to where you're never sober at all, and don't drive.

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