Wednesday, August 24, 2011

No more.

Just so everyone knows there will no longer be a Hung over Monday post. I haven't decided what I'm going to do quite yet but I know that what happened this last weekend really shouldn't be repeated. Eventually I will get in trouble. It was a lot of fun while it lasted. 

I feel that as the summer comes to an end, (I'm Canadian, it really is almost over) I need to take my life on a different path, than the fun loving, over the top, depraved, drunken mess I have been. Where I'm going to take it and with it this blog, I don't know. 

Sobriety isn't much fun but neither is getting jail time, so somewhere in the middle?

I will have a For Fuck's sake Friday post. Stay tuned. 

Later Days,

I tried writing a post that was actually worth reading and it just wasn't happening. My brain is fried. I need to take a break from life for a bit. To bad that isn't an option.


  1. I like drunken without the mess. Sounds like you're making a smart choice--in the middle is definitely the way to go. Hang in there!

  2. Good idea. I hear they don't let you blog from jail. Don't you go depriving us of your awesomeness, OK?

  3. Haha, smart idea.

    Peeing on a police car once leaves you with an awesome story to tell your grandkids.

    Peeing on a police car twice is tempting fate.

  4. You could always blog about things that you hate. Or sit at home and drunkenly rant about shit. That could be fun, too. I hear blogs like that are awesome.

  5. I'm a big fan of drinking but that level of mayhem is too much effort for me anymore. I love a good drunk still. There must be a happy medium.

  6. I agree with everyone else. The cops do NOT have a sense of humor. Take the stories and find a new way to get your drink on. ~Natasha

  7. I agree with Maxwell.

    OR you could write a blog that mentions the word "penis" many times.

    Now THAT is awesome. *

    *Self-praise is the best praise.

  8. OR OR OR you could write to random people on dating websites with bloody funny things special people tell you write and wait to see what they respond with! Now that is good shit!

    hehe : )

  9. nothing wrong with "dialing it back" a notch. It hurts as first to slow down because you become used to running things a certain way but I can say after dialing back my shenanigans (although of a different vice) it has been a good decision and provided me a little clarity. Hope you can find a balance that keeps you happy and having fun but out of jail.

  10. It's hard to find the happy medium between sobriety and jail time!


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