Sometimes we all do stupid things when being intoxicated.
What was that crazy thing(s) that you've done when being a bit carried away?
You might not have regreted it later, though.
Endless list. From simple sms to initiating fights (where I'm not participating).
ok. ok. I went out with some girlfriends, picked up a guy - left them on their own, went home with him, and one thing led to another - I married him. stupidest thing I ever, ever did!
but don't tell him that, ok?
I won't, believe me
That's great, honestly You should get drunk more often maybe apparently that gives results
Had drunk hot sex with my exs brother in a backseat of his car
I suddenly started speaking in a British accent, and walking up to people telling them I was visiting the country, I'm a descendant of the royal line, 'Has anyone tasted speckled log? It's cheery good eats!'
That was fantastic fun until I had a drunk guy pull me out of the bar to show me the 'sites' of the town
There is an old saying in the UK 'What goes on on tour, stays on tour!'
Always better not to tell!
throw up all over the bed
I have never been arrested in the United States. I have however been "detained" in some other countries. In Italy we decided to attempt to steal a speedboat at 3 AM. I didnt work too well, because we didnt realize that we needed keys to start it. In France we almost got killed. That is a story all on its own.
In Bahrain we were a little too loud and a little too drunk to be out in public. And yes I have woken up in a puddle of my own vomit. That is why I dont drink like I used to.
Well, the main thing is to keep everything OUT of your own teritory ...
Well... nothing exciting because every time I get drunk, my bartender picks my car keys and calls a cab for me.
That's a friend.
Hey, and that's high class service!!!
Eliminates all fun though
The stupidest thing that I can remember doing (and there were plenty of stupid ones to compare too!) was crawling over across the main drag from the Country Western club across the street from our frat house...back in the day. Mind you...it had been last call...and folks were startin' to go home...and exit onto that same main drag. Plus...I'm pretty sure we were singin' too...and some brothers just sat there on the steps to our house...and watched...and laughed as we tried to make it back (Great friends right!) It had been nickel drink night...or something like that! Geez...Dumb...All the way around...But we had fun!
No, I mean not taking your car there at all
Good service, I'd like such.
Got drunk, drank a bit more, went to throw up down the toilet and woke up there the next morning... worst hangover ever
When I get too drunk, I tend get really loud . . . like, REALLY REALLY LOUD!!! I don't yell and I'm not being beligerent, but when I'm drunk I suddenly think no one can hear me.
I meant drunk. Not necessarily TOO drunk
After a couple of drink i start to open up a bit . . .
No wine for Jonathan . . . beer. Dark beer.
I went to my friend's retirement party for his dad and wound up throwing up all over the place...I was issuing apologies for weeks
I don't drink. I already drank my lifetime allotment! The best explanation I ever heard was this " I'm allergic to alcohol, every time I drink I break out in handcuffs"
I peed in somebody's hot tub and screamed, "I'M PEEEEEEEEEEING!!!" I was so embarrassed the next day.
They had to empty the water and refill the hot tub.
As Larry the Cable Guy would say, "I don't care who you are, thats funny!"
Pretty much every embarrassing thing I've ever done has involved alcohol. They seem to go together naturally.
Thank God for blackouts!
I took off my stilleto heels in a night club and chucked them across the dance floor at the guy I was with head and then I proceeded to run out the back entrace of the club where all the broken glass beer bottles are. Staff from the club were yelling at me not to go out there because I would get hurt.....but I was so trashed that I had superdrunk strength and didn't care less! Not one cut on my feet...LOL!!!
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