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Fuckin' drunks...

Discussion in 'Real Life Stories' started by Budderball, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. First off, let me say that I don't drink alcohol. Was never really my thing. I don't care what other people put in their body, it doesn't affect me, right? Wrong. Too often it affects me. Whether it's getting a call late at night for a ride, picking someone up from jail, or baby sitting drunk fucks who puke all over everything because they thought they were sooo cool for drinking more than anyone else. Yet apparently, i'm the pussy for not drinking, and not wanting to go to the bar EVERY FUCKING TIME I want to see my friends. I used to get a kick out of drunk people, but now I am starting to despise them.

    Anyways, here is the latest way I've been affected by a drunk person.

    My little brother is home from college for spring break. He asks if he can crash at my place tonight because it is close to the bar he was going to. I accept because 1: hes my bro and 2: I care about his safety and don't want him finding a ride home with one of his drunk friends. We all seen what happened to Ryan Dunn and his buddy...

    So he walks in around 4AM, pretty wasted, but nothing I haven't seen before. He goes to lay on the couch in my den and quickly passes out there.

    I'm in the next room on my computer about 20 mins later when I hear what I think is my aquarium pump leaking.

    Nope.

    It is just my bro bouncing a stream of piss off my aquarium from across the room...

    I'm like "Dude! WTF are you doing?!"

    Him: "uhhh...I'm getting a Pepsi."

    Me: "No, you just pissed all over the fuckin place."

    Him: "Huh...no I didn't"

    It literally took me like 5 mins to convince him that he just marinated my den with a quart of fresh piss.

    Even though we may eventually laugh about this, it still angers me because I just got my first carpet piss stain, and it was from my brother, not my TWO DOGS.

    And it angers me further when I think of how fucking retarded it is that alcohol is legal and MJ is not.

    MJ never once made me mistake an aquarium for a toilet and I have been REALLY fucking high.

    Now that I got that off my chest, anyone else have drunk people stories they would like to share?

    -gooch
     
  2. I hear ya bro, and that does suck. I was never a big drinker, but now its next to never. Just a beer or 2 here or there. When i watch people at the federal level talk about pot like its so bad, and how it has no place in society, then think about how they condone alcohol, allow it to be advertised on commercials, when its a toxic substance that does not do one positive thing for human beings, it makes me so freaking mad. And yet, even though the hypocrisy is so obvious, talk to most people and they will tell you alcohol is ok, but stay away from the pot. The whole world is backwards in its logic in almost every single situation. Thats why, for the most part, I just ignore people these days. I jut can't take stupidity any longer.
     
  3. #3 Nash92, Mar 14, 2012
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    [quote name='"BadAxe"']Thats why, for the most part, I just ignore people these days. I jut can't take stupidity any longer.[/quote]

    Not to throw the thread off topic, but this is something I've been thinking about a lot lately. It's starting to warm up, spring is in the air, so I decide to head outside. However, when I'm out i've been noticing how anti-social most people are.
    There are thousends of people in my town alone. Every day I pass by someone I've never met, yet I probably never will meet them, because they're plugged into their iPad, or something else to cut them off from the outside world. It seems no one talks anymore on the street, out in public, just a lot of awkward standing around staring at our feet.

    That's why I've been trying to go out without an iPod, or distracting devices, I wanna LIVE, not be trapped in a bubble.

    On another note though, as stated above, the reason for what I just mentioned may be due to there being too many unintelligent people and to shut them out, we have to close our ears.
     
  4. My friend was so drunk monday night he cried in front of a bunch of people..

    Thankfully, I left before he started that.

    Alcohol is good, you just have to be able to control yourself
     
  5. [quote name='"Nash92"']

    Not to throw the thread off topic, but this is something I've been thinking about a lot lately. It's starting to warm up, spring is in the air, so I decide to head outside. However, when I'm out i've been noticing how anti-social most people are.
    There are thousends of people in my town alone. Every day I pass by someone I've never met, yet I probably never will meet them, because they're plugged into their iPad, or something else to cut them off from the outside world. It seems no one talks anymore on the street, out in public, just a lot of awkward standing around staring at our feet.

    That's why I've been trying to go out without an iPod, or distracting devices, I wanna LIVE, not be trapped in a bubble.[/quote]

    Holy shit, yes. I'm so fucking sick of seeing people bringing their laptop to a restraunt, or the guy that is with a group of people but he's too busy texting his girlfriend to have a conversation with them. I'm sick of technology
     

  6. It's bad.. everyone is always talking online. No more face to face conversations anymore
     
  7. [quote name='"BadAxe"']I hear ya bro, and that does suck. I was never a big drinker, but now its next to never. Just a beer or 2 here or there. When i watch people at the federal level talk about pot like its so bad, and how it has no place in society, then think about how they condone alcohol, allow it to be advertised on commercials, when its a toxic substance that does not do one positive thing for human beings, it makes me so freaking mad. And yet, even though the hypocrisy is so obvious, talk to most people and they will tell you alcohol is ok, but stay away from the pot. The whole world is backwards in its logic in almost every single situation. Thats why, for the most part, I just ignore people these days. I jut can't take stupidity any longer.[/quote]

    I agree with this. They advertise marijuana as something that will inevitably lead to other drug addiction and destruction of your life, and yet they advertise alcohol as a good time, and as someone who has a father and brother as an alcoholic I know that it is anything but a guaranteed good time...so fucking irritating, how this is, especially, when all of the scientists have been suggesting marijuana legalization for fucking decades. And I too have noticed that the majority of society is blind, stupid, and/or ignorant
     
  8. #8 Nash92, Mar 14, 2012
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    [quote name='"ladypirate"']

    It's bad.. everyone is always talking online. No more face to face conversations anymore[/quote]

    Exactly. My friends tell me " You shouldn't be afraid of technology, growth is good" which I totally understand- there are positives in our latest advancements.

    But socially, it's like everyone is connected through the wire now, and I'm stuck having to stay on these various networks just to promote my music.

    Hell, I met my ex-girlfriend through FACEBOOK! I even had a class with her in high school, but she never talked to me during it. So when we 'met' on facebook, it was like we'd never laid eyes on each other.

    But to get on topic, it really gets under my skin especially when someone smokes cigarettes like candy, yet denounce Marijuana of having any value.

    I have a story of when a drunk, cigarette smoking woman, tried to take down my buddie's plate number so she could call the cops for our posession of weed. But I don't want to hijack the thread.
     
  9. [quote name='"ladypirate"']

    It's bad.. everyone is always talking online. No more face to face conversations anymore[/quote]

    We live in the digital age. Now, not saying that is good, but its just the way the world is. We must deal with it.

    OP, you seem a little uptight. I understand the frustration about the babysitting, but I would much rather any one of my friends call me for a ride at all hours of the night than them drive themselves. Sure, its not fun to get up and go pick up a bunch of drunk people but its better than reading about them in the obituary section of the newspaper the next morning. After all, We have seen what can happen to Ryan Dunn... and some thousands of other people
     
  10. [quote name='"Mr Pink"']

    We live in the digital age. Now, not saying that is good, but its just the way the world is. We must deal with it.

    OP, you seem a little uptight. I understand the frustration about the babysitting, but I would much rather any one of my friends call me for a ride at all hours of the night than them drive themselves. Sure, its not fun to get up and go pick up a bunch of drunk people but its better than reading about them in the obituary section of the newspaper the next morning. After all, We have seen what can happen to Ryan Dunn... and some thousands of other people[/quote]

    Yeah man OP is so uptight, getting all pissed that his drunk brother pissed on his carpet... Lol
     
  11. [quote name='"Mr Pink"']

    We live in the digital age. Now, not saying that is good, but its just the way the world is. We must deal with it.[/quote]

    Oh trust me, I manage. It just feels like more and more people are becoming reclusives.

    I had a friend tell me the other day: "I wanna go outside, but I don't know what to do out there", and to be honest, I sometimes find myself thinking the same thing.
     
  12. I've never made an ass of myself while high. Can't say that for being drunk. I've worn the "Drunk from Hell" hat too many times.
     
  13. [quote name='"Bobby Blendz"']

    Yeah man OP is so uptight, getting all pissed that his drunk brother pissed on his carpet... Lol[/quote]

    Reading comprehension isn't your strong suit is it? :rolleyes:
     
  14. That's the thing, they know I would not hesitate to give them a ride. So I end up getting taken advantage of because I'm a good dude. When it becomes a regular thing, I just feel like i'm being used and it gets frustrating.

    I mentioned the Ryan Dunn incident in my OP, it's a prime example of why I CAN'T deny any intoxicated friend/family a ride.

    I think I did come off as uptight because I was pretty annoyed when I posted(being out of herb doesn't help). I'm not uptight though, really laid back actually. My brother has since woken up, and we were already laughing about it. He felt really bad about it, i'm not going to make him feel worse by calling him a dumb fuck.
     
  15. [quote name='"Mr Pink"']

    Reading comprehension isn't your strong suit is it? :rolleyes:[/quote]

    You called him uptight, and that's the only part of your quote I referenced. Sorry for using your own words I suppose? :rolleyes:
     
  16. #16 Mr Pink, Mar 14, 2012
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    [quote name='"Bobby Blendz"']

    You called him uptight, and that's the only part of your quote I referenced. Sorry for using your own words I suppose? :rolleyes:[/quote]

    If you're too stupid to realize you took my words our of context, well, there is not much more to say. :laughing:

    Op, I can understand that. I didn't mean to imply you would let someone drive drunk. It's real good to hear that you are willing to be someone's ride if need be. Also, if you're being called every weekend for this kind of stuff then I could see how that would get old fast. I would feel used as well in that situation. Don't let it get you down too much tho man, you're a good person for making sure your friends stay safe. :hello:

    I was so sad when Ryan Dunn died, he was my favorite Jackass.... RIP :(


    0 tolerance for disrespect,
    Please make your point without such ..
    ~YODA
     
  17. [quote name='"Mr Pink"']

    If you're too stupid to realize you took my words our of context, well, there is not much more to say. :laughing:

    Op, I can understand that. I didn't mean to imply you would let someone drive drunk. It's real good to hear that you are willing to be someone's ride if need be. Also, if you're being called every weekend for this kind of stuff then I could see how that would get old fast. I would feel used as well in that situation. Don't let it get you down too much tho man, you're a good person for making sure your friends stay safe. :hello:

    I was so sad when Ryan Dunn died, he was my favorite Jackass.... RIP :([/quote]

    Didn't take it out of context, you responded to the OP saying it made him seem uptight and I disagreed.. Sorry you felt the need to call me stupid because I don't think a desire to not have to babysit drunk people makes you uptight :laughing: :rolleyes:
     
  18. i went out with a stick started hitting golf balls the other day it was fun lol im trying get out more to even got a schewn hybrid bike (was shock it was hybrid) bikes come in hybrid? but anyways its normally a good 5mile ride to town and then back i might tyry n do that today or somthing
     
  19. [quote name='"Nash92"']

    Oh trust me, I manage. It just feels like more and more people are becoming reclusives.

    I had a friend tell me the other day: "I wanna go outside, but I don't know what to do out there", and to be honest, I sometimes find myself thinking the same thing.[/quote]

    I know what you mean man. I am glad that I grew up when kids still went outside. I would be much worse off if I had grown up with Xbox 360 and high speed internet.
     
  20. My buddy had this happen at his house except some drunk fucker pissed behind the tv all over the wires.

    I also threw up all over his car the next day so I can't really be judgmental -_-
     
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