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Don't drink and....

Well it's quite easy to say don't drink and drive.... don't drink and do this ... don't drink and do that..!!
Thanks a lot for the advice folks!

For the record - I don't drive (vehicles) at all.. so drinking and driving is out of the question!
Anyways for a change this ain't about me.... or well not in the sense that the advice is for me. It so happened that we attended a party this weekend and the drinks were in free flow mode... Everything was coming along nicely till the time came for the bar to shut shop. Heated arguments followed between a couple of the protagonists and the bouncers! I stepped in (i must have been out of m mind) to cool things down and voila the ire turned my way.
I tried a lil bit of reasoning ( what else can you do with drunk retards) but none of it seemed to work and when things were looking like they'd be getting out of hand and onto the face - sups pulled me out of the joint. I was hopping mad and not having consumed as much alcohol as I normally would - this was translating into rage!
Lucky me - she got me into the car and we continued the party elsewhere.
Their party continued to the lockup where the hotshot criminal lawyer got a tast of the 3rd degree... or so I presume!

This is not merely a vent out session - there is a moral of the story too.... it's coming up in the next few lines.

MORAL
Don't drink and drive - you could kill someone else.
Don't drink and play the good samaritan - you could kill yourself.
Always have a sane person around in case you decide to drink.... keeps your chestnuts out of the fire

Comments

monkeeboi said…
Not to forget, those khaki cops and their unreasonable bribes.

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