Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by FCCstandards, May 14, 2015.
Don't know why, just felt the urge.
The wagon sucks. Better to be off.
How long were you on?
that's decent. did you feel any better?
That's really good. I failed after 3 months recently but we can do it again right?
I love not feeling. It's awesome.
You are. u just don't want to face it. I do it too
Got any weed stashed ?
No, I wish, my Doc said I should do that instead.
It always goes good with a beer buzz after not drinking for a while.
If it's a problem, climb back on the wagon.
You fell off, get back on. No shame in that.
For curious minds -- origination of the phrase falling off the wagon
"The original version of this expression, 'on the water wagon' or 'water cart,' which isn't heard anymore, best explains the phrase. During the late 19th century, water carts drawn by horses wet down dusty roads in the summer. At the height of the Prohibition crusade in the 1890s men who vowed to stop drinking would say that they were thirsty indeed but would rather climb aboard the water cart to get a drink than break their pledges. From this sentiment came the expression 'I'm on the water cart,' I'm trying to stop drinking, which is first recorded in, of all places, Alice Caldwell Rice's Mrs. Wiggs of the Caggage Patch , where the consumptive Mr. Dick says it to old Mrs. Wiggs. The more alliterative 'wagon' soon replaced cart in the expression and it was eventually shortened to 'on the wagon.' 'Fall off the (water) wagon' made its entry into the language almost immediately after its abstinent sister."
Sounds like maybe you could use an anti-depressant instead of the booze.