Why wasn't I invited?
Why wasn't I invited?
after reading a few comments... is it just in britain that the AA is a car insurance company?
A one page joke, i like it and love it, i dont know if i have AA in argentina(and how the hell one write wrong in a neon sign???) i love it 5/5
This is adorable :) I especially love the glow going on. Feels atmospheric.
I used to drink and drive. Not because I felt it was cool, nor hip, but because I needed to get home. Well, one night, we are all out at the lake, having drinks, when it comes time to head home. As I'm battling my head swaying, weaving, like a bobble-head, I realize I'm awfully too drunk to be sitting in a vehicle, let alone drive one. I need sleep or a vomit-session, or I will black out. Driving ahead of me was a friend in a toyota celica. Some fancy red ride.
Suddenly, red and blue lights flashing behind me like a sneak attack sting operation. Oh crap... I deserve this. I deserve this so bad. :( ...but...he doesn't pull me over, he flies past me to pull my friend over (turns out, he was luckily sober). I passed them both as they were just on the shoulder of the road. I glanced over and thought "wow, I am lucky".
The next morning, I woke up in my bed, unaware of how I got there, with the only recollection being that I drove home from the lake. My clothes were vomit-free, my car intact, and no visible damage to my body, but inside, I was tore up.
I attended Alcoholics Anonymous as sort of self-punishment for my actions drinking and driving. I gave up drinking for most of that particular year, but above all else, I realized how idiotic my actions were, and always made sure if I left the house to visit a friend, I'd have enough money to take a cab, or was able to crash on their couch. Looking back, I am lucky. I'm lucky I was able to see how stupid I was before I got myself, or someone else killed. Don't risk driving if you've been drinking...but I'm sure you're all smart lads out there! ;) (sorry so long, but your piece brought this out in me, and I'd love to advocate the message)
Awesome man, I'm glad you don't drink and drive anymore. I throw a lot of parties at my house, and I always try to reserve room for people to crash if they'd like. Driving drunk just isn't worth it.
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