Identifying the things that don’t matter to us could help us recognize the things that do.
1. First Phase: The Pre-Game
The way I see it is: I can have just as much fun for a fraction of the price, and devoid of drama, all from the comfort of my bed as opposed to the discomfort of my heels. It’s a no-brainer.
And then in six months when you’re sitting at a bar, sipping a glass of chardonnay, making polite conversation with nice people you wonder what it would be like to have one of those crazy wild nights again.
It’s like a much more fun version of the paleo diet…right?
Getting drugged and overpowered changes the way you look at the world. I see threats everywhere.
Four Loko in 2010 was bad news.
The shocking, bizarre, and hilarious stories of things that just shouldn’t happen during weddings.
“Is this a typical Monday night for you guys? It’s so slow.”
The United States ranks 23rd in the world for alcohol consumption per capita. This is disconcerting considering we are falling behind in education and health care, along with the fact that the dollar is down