Yes, you maybe made poor life decisions. Everyone does. Forgive yourself because chances are other people already forgot.
You’ve gone from drinking different things every time to you go out to having “your drink” and rarely deviating.
Your sheets to come out of the dryer so you can immediately put them on your bed and climb in while they’re still warm.
When we’re drunk, though, when our cheeks are flushed with rosé, something changes.
I don’t want to remember our conversations over little things in our lives, in our past, that make us more human to each other.
Living with people is tough, especially when you’re in college where everyone has an off-kilter schedule and a questionable amount of maturity.
Instagramming blurry photos of your friends that no one can decipher, captioned with inside jokes that make no sense.
4. You don’t have to read the books. You don’t even have to buy the books.
There is no more worthwhile service that a bar can serve for a tender, violently self-discovering young person than to make them feel accepted. And drunk. Everyone needs to frequently be made to feel quite accepted and quite drunk in their twenties.
6. Don’t get intoxicated during your shift.