View Full Version : What are the most humorous drinking experiences you've had so far?

01-31-2007, 16:49
While drinking bourbon, whisky or anything else, what are the most humorously embarrassing drinking experience/s (maybe it wasn’t so funny at the time, but it is now) you’ve experienced so far (either during or after drinking), or that you saw happen to someone else and please briefly elaborate on what happened.

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01-31-2007, 19:49
In ways this was humerous, but I had no idea actually how dangerous it could have been.

In 1972, a friend and I each smuggled 1/2 pint of Bacardi 151 into a football game at the University of Colorado. We planned on buying Cokes and having rum and coke. Well, as far as I can remember, I finished my bottle shortly after the game STARTED. I actually remember seeing double - I could see 2 of each player on the field.

I passed out about 1/2 way through the first quarter. I have flashes of memories over the next few hours, most of them unpleasant. I awoke about 23 hours later, weak, but none the worse for wear (other than a being short a few brain cells).

I got a lot of teasing about it for several years, but fortunately I was never quite that stupid again.


03-05-2007, 14:07
Not embarrassing to me (at the time) anyway. When my wife and I were first dating in the spring of '97 she kept bugging me to dance (fast dance). Why do women do that? I can't dance, I kept telling her. Aparently she thought I was being modest. Sometime before last call, after an un-rememberable number of WT 101's and a few JD and Cokes, I got my two left feet out on the dance floor. I only remember bits and peices. I do remember being carried out of the bar. I was that wasted. She has never asked me to fast dance again.

03-05-2007, 15:17
This occurred when I was in high school. I drank the better part of a 750ml bottle of Southern Comfort then barfed in a pizza box. The box was empty before I barfed in it but I was the one who ate the pizza so essentially I was just replacing the contents.

03-05-2007, 15:23
When we first met my wife to be asked me if I could dance,to which I replied...

" You will have to let know"

One night soon after that with circumstances much like you described, I lit out to the dance floor. She has since let me know that in fact I am best left watching other people dance. That way no one gets hurt.