Discussion in 'The Bar' started by eliasbboy, Dec 19, 2011.
If you are a drinker, or planning on becoming one, this should be required viewing.
great bit that still holds up.
This is the funniest 34 minute of stand up I have ever heard. It's one story by the same comic, Larry Miller. I have listened to this hundreds of times and laugh just as hard every single time.
Stick with it, it keeps building and building.
fatty fatty fat fat
The last time I hit level 5, I ended up in the Key West emergency room with an IV in my arm--never again
I used to manage a bar that closed at 2am. I had friends that managed bars that closed at 4am, and the other at 6am.
You could always tell what kind of a night we were going to have by wether or not we brought sunglasses WITH us at night.
I once woke up in the Field Museum in downtown Chicago, inside a tomb in the Egyptian exhibit, wearing a tuxedo I hadn't been wearing the night before.
I like to maintain level 3.
My pride and joy tho was being mentioned by a "famous" older bartender in Chicago when he was interviewed in a local paper about how drinking has changed over the decades. He stated I reminded him of the days when men drank like men and never fell down unless pitched. "Billy" was bartending one night/morning when I came in. I gave him 200 bucks and told him I didn't care what he gave me, I just didn't want to know my name by last call. This was around 2:30am.
Well, we drank until around 9am. By that time the staff had run out of ideas on what to give me and they were officially out of 151. I still knew my name when I left, but I slept for about 15 hours. When I walked in the following night/morning the owner took me back into his office for a heart to heart to ask me if I was suicidal.
This dudes voice sounds like Seth MacFarlene.
My buddy SteeL that posts here now is one of the as time funniest drunks on the planet. We actually invented a beer bong for beer bottles that let you drink a full bottle in 1 or 2 gulps.
Yep. We really needed better hobbies.