Saturday, May 31, 2014

Ever onward

Back again folks. To all my imaginary readers I'm sorry for making you wait so long, but really what would you expect from a hard working drunk!

So I have a fun story about a recent holiday that happened a few days after my last post.

I went to a house some party/concert where many were camping out as a means to safely getting rip roaringly blitzed. There was copious amounts of "green" food and my lady and friend and I brought plenty of wine plus there were kegs, and other spirits.  All the makings for a splendidly debaucherous evening. The only thing that was missing for the occasion for myself  and my lovely lady was actual food (I think you can figure out where this is going...) we partake of many of the delicious goodies, enjoyed the music, the company, and for myself  partook of a few too many shots.   The music was diverse and fun ranging from folk singing to some truly well done heavy metal. My poor pup would disagree  I think though, a bit too screeching for his sensitive ears. And that is where it all begins to fade ... There was a fire dancer ... Yes that's right a fire dancer i was shocked and drunkenly in awe of this brave youth! Conversations with an old biker ... Smart enough to deny our pleads for a late night ride! I imagine much more but i have no one who can fill in the gaps. We awoke in in the tent early in the morning, feeling incredible ill, still intoxicated and sore from not having sufficient cushioning ... Our late arrival meant In addition to missing out on the normal food not getting a ideal spot to camp. The fun was all gone for us ... Not so for everyone as a few stranglers were still at it ... smoking and chatting ... Wish I had had better pacing and stamina! So we packed it up and made the drive home and parked our tired asses on the couch for a TV binge and some hair of the dog. Our little pup looked at us smugly ... Enjoying our discomfort a bit too much!

Well perhaps this was entertaining ... Certainly not intellectually stimulating but stay tuned ... We'll try out the cerebral next time!

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