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I'd like to announce to the world that right now I can't walk straight.

Keep this thread going and every time someone is drunk they can post in it. Should be amusing.

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For the record.... I just got home from my banjo lesson.... that's right... I'm taking banjo lessons... not any effete blue grass crap either... real frailing.... clawhammer, authentic banjo....

And I'm about half lit.... nothing like four our five glasses of chevas after a banjo lesson....

:-)

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I'd like to announce to the world that right now I can't walk straight.

Keep this thread going and every time someone is drunk they can post in it. Should be amusing.

Maybe you can't walk, but your spelling and grammer are FLAWLESS!!!

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Maybe you can't walk, but your spelling and grammer are FLAWLESS!!!

Really disappointed with that as well. He even correctly spelled you're in the thread title.

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I'm not sure whether this thread should stay or not. But I'll defer to Tony. Since I'm closer to Yuds than I am the others here.

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You're like the anti-Yuds!

I also like to flirt with 15 year olds at Camden Yards... :eek: But I'd bet Yuds does that too. He and I are alike in some ways.

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Owww, my head.

Btw, Chance and are alike in just about every way except for the fact that he is ripped and I"m only in the process of getting ripped.

As for my grammar, I wasn't going to spell badly on purpose. I took it very slow and used the backspace a few times. Who says I'm not a gentle drunk.

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I GUARANTEE that i will not have a hangover tomorrow.........

BUt i should.,

I just won't.

I do have to got to the bathroom now. So time to POST!

And Busta manages to write a drunk post with all great spelling and grammar too. An upper case letter where there shouldn't be and a comma after a period, but otherwise a wonderful drunk post. Very well thought through.

The legend lives on.

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