I suppose that we’re all at an age to share these kinds of stories – drunk stories, I mean. Like, haven’t we all had our own “far from sober moments?” Those times are just gold. There’s definitely no defeating them. But sure enough, I think we all express our “drunkenness” in different ways. You know what they say, there are different types of drunk. And each one is more hilarious than the one before!
Typically, we have about five different types of drunk: the dancing drunk, the kissy drunk, the emotional drunk, the intelligent drunk, and the drunk who doesn’t think he’s drunk. Check out other types of drunk here: https://www.collegetimes.com/life101/10-types-of-drunk-personality-which-one-are-you-59697.
The first four types are rather harmless. They’d just go about their business and snooze off the moment they run out of energy. The dancer will just keep on dancing (even without music!) on and on until she pukes of passes out! The kisser will keep on looking for innocent victims amongst his or her friends and surprises them with a smooch! Most of these kisses practically taste like alcohol (or vomit) so they’re more of a torture than a blessing, really. The emotional one will keep crying over spilled milk. Sometimes, they’d even cry for nothing – or everything! They’d cry at the sofa for being too soft or cry at the shower for being too noisy, stuff like that. It’s hilarious how they can get be sensitive over the most trivial things. The intelligent one is like a trivia master. This is not the first intelligence has been linked to drinking though (read more).They keep giving you bits of information even if you’re not really asking for them. If you’ve ever read a “Did You Know?” picture book when you were young, that’s how they sound like.
Now the most dangerous out of all these types is the drunk who doesn’t admit he’s drunk.
Yes, that’s right. There’s nothing more dangerous than a person who’s in denial. When someone who’s drunk won’t admit that he’s drunk, they will continue doing reckless things thinking it’s “normal.” They think that they can do it because they are supposedly “sober.” Now, although most of the things they do are just everyday tasks, nothing too extreme or horrifying. It can still end with disastrous results.
A common example is cooking. Your Type 5 friend may insist to man the kitchen and whip up something delicious for the group. Instead of cooking something tasty, however, he will just end up destroying your entire kitchen with all his drunken shenanigans. Either that or he sets your entire house on fire. The least dangerous outcome is that he cooks you something totally horrifying and inedible.
Another common example is when our Type 5 friend insists on going home by himself – especially when he’s got wheels of his own. He’d probably tell you something along these lines:
“Hey! I’m going on ahead. I can drive fine. Don’t worry one thing!”
But he says that while muttering and his tone of voice annoyingly fluctuating – like a kindergartener practicing intonations. Of course you know he isn’t alright. Of course you know you shouldn’t worry about one thing – you should worry about anything!
Now, if you’re this Type 5, then let me give you a piece of advice: Don’t drive while drunk. To be more accurate, don’t drive when you’ve had something to drink. If you insist, then get yourself a DWI lawyer in Syracuse, NY. Trust me; it’s your only way of salvation.
DWI Lawyers are legal professionals who specialize in drunk-driving cases. DWI literally stands for Driving While Intoxicated and the most common and legal drug that can intoxicate a lot of people is alcohol. These lawyers help individuals who have been convicted with a drunk-driving case bail themselves out sooner. If the drunk-driving incident has caused a secondary incident like personal injury or car accident, then these lawyers are also the people you come to for help.
This is why I always say: Drink responsibly. It may seem like good fun at the beginning but there are always irreversible consequences to irresponsible behaviours.
Have fun but be responsible. Remember that the road isn’t just yours. Your innocent drive may turn into a criminal act if you’re not careful.
Never drive under influence. Got that?