a CACcer called Ben
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 theme of this year's pageant:
a broad called Ben
knows way more about alcohol than most of us would be able to recall after a few experiences with it. Of course, to be fair, she's had help.
Bill of lading:
Our First Entry
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
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!
This version of CAC Continuum (not to be confursed with the CAC vacuum) was brought to you through the good offices of a broad called Ben, who was working on this page as early as 06 Sept 2003, and in conjunction with UG.
And, finally, a warm thanks and a cold nose to those who have helped, offered help, almost but not quite assisted but haven't gotten in the way, and those with alien tracks on their foreheads and Groucho ashes in their breast pockets. We couldn't do it without you.The Committee for Alien Content(ment) salutes you!
This box of processed imitation cheese food inspected and packaged by (tonsil revenge)!
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