I still have no issue cramming a ton of people in one hotel room and me crashing on the floor.
I have a job. I am willing to pay for comfort.
Back in college, we crammed the water polo team into a Motel 6 room in Iowa City for a tournament. One guy slept in the bathtub. One guy slept propped up against the door. Two double beds pushed together slept 5 people. Yeah, good times.
As many times as people have asked if I'm revkah's dad, I look forward to our daughter's high school graduation and hearing teachers and others say to her, "oh, it is so nice that your grandfather could be here Your family must be very close."
Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
Make this one for the ages!
I'm 28 and there weren't too many that applied for me.
I've had one legitimate two day hangover in my life, and I was 16 at the time. Sometimes I'll feel sleepy on a Monday if I party hard on Saturday, but its not the hungover feeling. There are a lot of kid pics in my facebook feed. I have some "friends" who are incapable of making any facebook related post that doesn't involve their children. Its literally all they talk about. That's annoying.
Some of these will never apply for me. I absolutely hate it when a bunch of friends plan on getting together, and one couple insists on getting their own hotel. Just a total waste of money and it ups the financial burden for everyone.
I do hate teen slang and flat billed caps. God, I hate flat billed caps.
Last edited by Al_4_State; 07-15-2013 at 12:26 PM.
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
My only two day hangover was when I was 17 and Southern Comfort was the culprit. I've only recently been able to start drinking it again. Of course, most of my friends drank more in high school than college due to STS (small town syndrome)
2 huge omissions from the list:
21) Your metabolism goes to s$&t right around 30. You can still wolf down an extra large pizza at Pizza Pit by yourself, but be prepared to have to do something besides a "drinking marathon" to get rid of it.
22) Your alcohol purchases change from quantity to quality
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