BallsToTheWall
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Last Active 05-24-16 4:09 pm
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Places To Get Drunk Ranked

Small sampler
1Work

Working drunk at a restaurant is so much fun. Slaving away for customers is so much more fun when you're impaired by alcohol.
2Weddings

There are no inhibitions at weddings, at least for me. I go ham all the time. It's the same story with each wedding, drink, then eat, drink some more, puke in the sink or on the table water glasses, wrap the tie around my head and dance like a corny ass nigga
3Other Peoples Houses

I loved getting drunk and naked at my friends friends houses as a teenager. They were so disgusted and probably thought I was a killjoy but I was having a blast especially when some great tunes came on so I could pelvic thrust or take a shit in the backyard.
4Nature

Getting drunk in the woods is so kvlt and oh so fun. Me and my friend St bernardus had a absolute ball roaming through the Devil's Courtyard,NC. Ending finally with a nice open shit in the great outdoors.
5Movie Theaters.

Some theaters already stock beer for you you to buy, if so or if not you can also stock a shit load of small liquor bottles in your pocket to enhance the viewing experience. A bad movie works better.
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