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lighten the mood- your favorite drunken story

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this was about 6 years ago. it felt like it happened in slow motion but when i went to stand up, i leaned forward and i face planted right into the coffee table. i just stood there with my butt in the air and my forehead resting on the table. such a good look for me! i stopped drinking after that.


Fri. Sep 21, 10:42am

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i don't think it's a good idea to glorify drinking in this particular forum. drinking so much that you get drunk is not healthy nor does it promote weight-loss. how about a different subject to "lighten the mood" ? maybe "most embarrassing freudian slips" ?

Friday, September 21, 2007, 10:57 AM

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no one asked for what you thought was a good thread, don't like it--don't read it!

by the way OP, that was great! I'll share mine.

A bunch of ladies were at my house one night drinking wine until the sun came up. We cranked up the music and started dancing. My friend jumped up on a chair and gave us all a chair dance. i started dancing along and let's just say the tequila mixed with wine started working. I stumbled while i was dancing and tried to cover it up by doing this shuffle thing across the floor. I ended up looking like the lollipop kids from the wizard of oz. of course, i wasn't able to cover it up and everyone saw me--needless to say 4 women drinking in our pjs turned out to be one crazy night!

Friday, September 21, 2007, 11:03 AM

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UGH 10:57
I'm so tired of censorship from people like you.



Friday, September 21, 2007, 11:05 AM

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AMEN TO THAT! I wrote the 11:03 thread and thought the same thing!

Friday, September 21, 2007, 11:12 AM

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i have a right to express my opinion, too. i thought we were supposed to help each other with healthy lifestyle changes and offer support to improve our lives. there's no censorship suggested, just a twist on the topic. no need to get nasty about it. enjoy discussing your immaturity and drunken antics. obviously, i won't be back to the thread.

Friday, September 21, 2007, 11:15 AM

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GOOD! don't come back to us immature people who enjoy having fun with our friends and having cocktails. We didn't ask you for your ignorant opinion anyway.

Friday, September 21, 2007, 11:22 AM

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Which one should I tell, I have several... =)

I guess a great one was in college, we had just gotten home from the bars and we were in the back yard. I went to go in the house really fast and walked right into the screen door. It didn't come down but I bent it pretty bad. It was absolutely hilarious and we laugh about it to this day!

Friday, September 21, 2007, 11:59 AM

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My senior year of college, on NYE, I was wear these thigh high boots that didn't have much flexibility to them. It was snowing and I was heading out to the porch for a smoke from the 2nd floor apartment and apparently the stairs were wet or I was wasted (combo of both!) and I started to slip down the stairs. I couldn't stop myself because the boots were so inflexible. I slammed my left butt cheek into each step the whole way down. By the time I got to the bottom of the stairs my skirt was practically up to my neck. I was mortified but ok. Until I fell down the stairs a SECOND time later that evening!!!!!!! I had a bruise immediately on my butt that by the next morning was hard and literally covered my entire backside!!! I probably should have sought medical help-but being a stupid college kid it didn't occur to me. I couldn't sit down normally for about 2 weeks and now, 7 years later, I still have a slight dent in my butt from where the muscle was repeatedly slammed by each step. :( haha. It's funny now but talk about mortifying!!

Friday, September 21, 2007, 12:04 PM

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those are great! thank you for sharing some of your most humilating moments! It sure did lighten the mood!

Friday, September 21, 2007, 12:47 PM

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i got caught by the police jumping around the mcdonald's castle (the one filled with plastic balls). when jumping back over the fence (not an easy feat after lots of G&Ts), i bruised my thigh so badly that it looked like i was in a car accident. anyway, police questioned us and were in disbelief that 2 of my friends were in med school (one was an ex) and they told them to get a life and told me to find new friends. we were released.

worse was when i returned home i had to explain the horrible bruise to my boyfriend (and now husband).

i was 24 and 10 years later i still drink.

Friday, September 21, 2007, 1:06 PM

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I came late to a birthday party at a bar and was the only one who hadn't bought the birthday boy a shot. Since he was blotto already and in no need of more alcohol I just asked for a shot glass of water. He threw it back, scrunched up his face as if he just consumed straight alcohol, paused, then puked everywhere.

Friday, September 21, 2007, 1:58 PM

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hey there 10:07- i'm the original poster... and there should be no nasty-ness on any level. it's just for fun, no reason to call anyone immature. as i stated in my story, it was 6 years ago. we've all had our embarassing moments while enibriated.... we are all looking to be healthy and change our lifestyles, but a bit of light-hearted humor is always appreciated. if you've never been fall down drunk and sick the next day, there's no reason to judge those of us who have and have funny stories to tell after the fact. it's all in fun and to lighten the mood, because it's been a little tense around the threads lately.

Friday, September 21, 2007, 4:49 PM

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OP again-

i meant to say- i stopped drinking for the night.... haha

Friday, September 21, 2007, 4:54 PM

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1:58 OMG that is hillarious....
My story.....
Once me, my boyfriend, an like 10 of our friens rented a house in the mountains for new years. One night, we all drank a looot. We also consumed some apparently unercooked chicken that one of the girls "attempted" to make. Needless to say, the next morning everyone was sick. I went into one of the bathrooms to find one of the guys actually wrapped around a toilet sucking his thumb, sleeping, using the floor mat as a blanket. Throughout the day, as we went skiing, random people would throw up in the snow. Another guy opened his car door and started backing up, only to have the door hit a tree and fly off. Lots of crazy things.

Saturday, September 22, 2007, 8:53 AM

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