December 31, 2005

Rookie Night!

I've been asked more times than I care to admit "what're you doing for the holiday?", and I'm proud to admit that I've done nothing more than play a few video games, and hang out at the house. I've decided that if I'm to get "fit-shaced" on this most glorious of drinking occasions, then I'd better do it under adult supervision.

Man-Alive! I've been luckier than I should have been more time's over the year's than one persons karma should be able to stand. I've pulled the "Roll down the window...even though it's 12 degree's out...with the heater going full blast" trick. I've done the "cover one eye with your hand, to stop the "world spinning" when travelling at seventy-plus miles an hour" deal. I've even done the "pull over and take a nap, 'cuz you're too drunk to keep going" trick.

Chalk all that up to experience. Tonight, I've done all my drinking in the comfort of my own home... and my house hasn't been stopped (or even threatened to be pulled over) by the local constabulary.

Being pulled over for "DUI", then adding on "Resisting Arrest", and possibly "Indecent Exposure", I'll leave to the younger of our ilk. These are lessons I've already learned.

Happy New Year!

Posted by Johnny - Oh at December 31, 2005 11:53 PM | TrackBack

Johnny - have a wonderful Happy New Year. And I'm very glad to hear you did your celebrating at home. We did too... it's much easier that way. *grin*

Posted by: Teresa at January 1, 2006 07:42 PM

Yay. Here's to safer holidays! I should remember this next round of Family Holiday Paintball. Actually, I should be drunk next time; less censoring of rage, and potential dulling of pain from getting shot in the ass.

Happy New Year!

Posted by: liv at January 2, 2006 01:16 AM

I'm glad you had a safe and uneventful New Years.

Posted by: Contagion at January 2, 2006 11:39 AM

Smart move, buddy. Happy New Year!

Posted by: Jim - PRS at January 2, 2006 11:00 PM

As long as your offenses don't contain the word "statutory", you're doing fine :-)

Posted by: Harvey at January 4, 2006 05:20 PM
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