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Posted:...you wake up with a hangover, force yourself to go to class, throw up in the bathroom once you get there, and then realize 3 hours later that the sunglasses that were hooked onto the collar of your shirt fell in the toilet while you were vomitting and you didn't even notice at the time so you flushed them bye-bye.
Corporate Circus Arts Entertainer Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Total posts: 3989
Posted:I second that Dom, I have had two pairs of expensive sunglasses in my life.
One is already lost with the hundred or so cheapies that have also been lost, and the other is amazingly still in my bag, after being dropped lenses-down onto some conrete while unicycling so that there are little scracthes in the middle of the lenses.
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I just wanted to clarify for anyone who might think this is a post glorifying the use of alcohol that my intention last night was NOT, by any means, to get drunk, so I was very unhappy to wake up this morning hung over. That's why I talked about it being a bad day. I had the equivalent of 2-3 small drinks while I was at a party for 2 hours. The only reason I became drunk is that my tolerance is really low because I haven't drank any alcohol in about 2 months, and typically drink only about once a month. I am in no way condoning drunkeness or alcoholism. Thank you for your attention.
Carpal \'Tunnel Location: "In your ear", United Kingdom
Total posts: 6207
Posted:so long as you had a good time, and the ppl you were with are ok, then you ahve nothing to worry about, a hang over is only there for a few hours, but the memories are going to haunt you for life!