I’ve done it.
After consuming exorbitant amounts of alcohol this weekend, I can safely announce that hangovers are no longer a part of my life. I am now capable of drinking excessively and waking up the next day feeling fresh and ready to go.
I have so many people to thank for this accomplishment. All the bartenders that have ever served me beers. My employers for giving me money to pay for the beer. My friends for always encouraging me to do things that involve drinking. And for encouraging me to do things that don’t involve drinking where I drink anyway. And Ray Liotta. I feel like he should be thanked for some reason.
I have reached a pinnacle in my drinking career. I remember back in the days of my freshmen and sophomore years of college, where drinking heavily one night would result in a lost day, where I’d need to lie down for hours just to recover the following day. Those days are long gone.
For all the aspiring young beer connoisseurs out there, the best advice I can give you is to just keep at it. Continue drinking and don’t let silly excuses deter you, like having to wake up early the next morning, having to do schoolwork, or being sick.
One day you will get there.
I may not be hung over, but I am very tired. So I am going to wrap this up soon and lie down before going to bed. However, I wanted to show you all what the future New York City skyline is going to look like:
Pretty nice looking. Will take a while to get used to, but that we will. The new buildings are the “Freedom Towers” that are going to be constructed. They’re very shiny.
Oh and I finally downloaded (ILLEGALLY) the entire Mumford and Sons album the other day, and man, is it awesome. Great, great album. If you like “Little Lion Man,” then you will love the entire album. Every single song is good.
Alright. Time for rest. Happy President’s day everyone. GO CRAZY.