Thursday, July 12, 2007

Why people come to me for advice (and why my friend Erik is awesome)

Erik: i have an etiquette question for this weekend - if you're going to a wedding and don't know the bride at all, the groom barely, and you're not related in any way, how drunk are you allowed to get? Frank Sinatra drunk, David Hasselhoff drunk, or Lindsay Lohan drunk?

OKS: hmm...i'd go Hasselhoff drunk. you're still totally hammered and having a great time but you're not in the bathroom doing lines off of a woman who could potentially be the grandma or something

Erik: that's probably a good call, i'd forgotten about the nudity and drug use required of the LLD...

OKS: right
OKS: whereas with the DHD you can eat wendy's

Erik: not that i'm opposed to flashing some blue hairs

6 comments:

urban princess said...

I like the different levels of drunk. And really, Frank Sinatra drunk isn't that fun because you just turn into a cranky old man. A cranky old man that's the shit, btw, but cranky nonetheless.

Lindystar said...

Maybe that's why I always want to drink when I put in Frank. At least now I know.

I'm not sure what would happen if I put in a Hass. C.D. I'm not going to try it.

Mon said...

Its always fantastic when someone makes you feel ok about the level of drunken-ness you may achieve. I think that makes you an awesome friend.

russ said...

Someone referred to this as Dean Martin drunk.

Alan the Great said...

As drunk as you want to. What are they going to do, invite you to another wedding?

Torrence said...

dammit, why don't i ever see you online anymore? I think the last time I chatted "live" with you guys was when I lived on the hell farm with S, and I left to go get a beer and you guys were gone. :(