The following is best described as a pub-crawl through the hinterlands of the Alternative Writing Workshop. As the late, great, DNA said: "'What's so bad about being drunk?' - 'Ask a glass of water.'"
The first entry tells us something else about what is so bad about being drunk. It changed Alkland's life dramatically, permanently, and for the worse:
One For The Road - How I Lost My Job Through Drinking And Driving
Scorpion deRooftrouser recounts a morning after. Did you know that the term 'hangover' first appears in print in 1904? That is irrelevant to the enjoyment of this entry, though a couple of alka-seltzas and a bucket might help:Fear and Loathing in St Andrews
And finally, we all know that at the end of the evening the strangest and simplest of things become hilariously funny. I love the complete and utter pointlessness of these entries by Phreako strange and simple though they are: Complete lyrics to 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall and as if that were not enough: Complete lyrics to 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall - 2
Oh, and if you are buying I'd like a dark rum and coke, make it a double with not much coke, and no ice or lemon, thanks.
The glass isn't half empty, there is room for another one in there!