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#11 jajajaja

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    Posted 11 June 2008 - 12:49 PM

    The worst story that I cringe every time I hear it unfortunately happened with my parents. It was not my drunkest moment, but it was a contender for the title. No one wants stuff like this to happen with your parents though.

    It was my aunt's bday and she and I took a road trip to stay with my parents. We all went to a local sports bar that has a trivia night that my parent's friends run. One of my parent's friends was not that much older than me and he was completely annoying. I think he was interested in me, but didn't know how to act more mature than a 3rd grader. I got insanely pissed so my aunt and I ditched them all and went to a different bar down the street. This is where I went a little off the deep end. Too many drinks to count resulted in too many stumbles back to the sports bar.

    When we got back, it's all a blur so parts I remember and parts I'm reminded of every year or so from my parents or aunt. I was so wasted I was taking drinks out of stranger's hands and chugging them before they could take it back. I called a guy my parent's hung out with a "man whore" for no reason. I didn't really even know him. I went off on some girl for wearing a bananna clip. I climbed on top of a table and tried to dance before my dad dragged me down and pulled me out of the bar.

    As we were walking outside the bar, I ran up to the window and banged my fists on it shouting "Kyylllllllle." This is one move my aunt likes to mimic every once and awhile. My dad grabbed me by the elbow and dragged me to his truck and had to push me in since I couldn't get in by myself.

    I ended up puking all over my mom's white carpet and when she discovered it the next morning I tried to blame it on the cat. LOL Unfortunately, it was blue just like the AMF's I had been drinking prior to me going wild. I guess that's why they are called Adios Mother F**kers.
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    #12 thomastaci22

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      Posted 11 June 2008 - 01:17 PM

      Oh m y gosh...this thread is awesome! I have plenty to share but need some time to think of which ones I am willing to expose!

      #13 melglnh2o

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        Posted 11 June 2008 - 02:05 PM

        One time I, er I mean my friend Mandy, went out with some coworkers to a club in DC. I (again Mandy) thought I could go mano y mano with the guys. So the shots were lined up (and down the bar) and away we went. After many drinks, I told them I would be right back since I had to go to the ladies room. The next thing I knew someone was pounding on the bathroom stall door and woke me up. Apparently it was already 3am and when I walked back out into the club, there wasn't anyone left. What an idiot I was back then!! Well at least the time flew by!! Hahaha.

        #14 jajajaja

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          Posted 11 June 2008 - 06:07 PM

          Oh I have been there! I have some many stupid drunk stories.
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          #15 Jessica

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            Posted 11 June 2008 - 07:49 PM

            I had many when I was younger, but the only one that REALLY embarassed me was fairly recent.

            About 3-4 years ago Brian and I went to his cousin's wedding. This was my first time meeting Brian's extended family. I quite honestly, am not a big fan of weddings, but I LOVE open bars. I hadn't had anything to eat alllllllll day and for some reason thought hitting the open bar and stuffing my face with greasey buffet wedding food would be a good idea. NOPE. After about 12 mixed drinks the whole room started to spin. I stumbled my way to the bathroom which was full of people - mostly guests at another event that was going on in another part of the venue at the same time. Every stall was full. But I couldn't hold in it in. I threw up ALLLLL over the floor of the crowded ladies room (which quickly cleared out after I barfed all over the place). Not only did I vomit, but I vomited chunks of food. Like strings of linguine spewed from my mouth. I got it all over the floor, my shoes and my dress (that my MIL bought me for the wedding). My SIL walked in and goes "Um, Jess, are you ok?!" To which I answered "I think there was something wrong with the food." Haha. yes,in my drunken state I totally tried to deny I was drunk and blame the caterers. I'm an ass :) I managed to somewhat clean myself up.

            Yeah, great first impression I made on Brian's family. Lucky for me the grooms father was also SMASHED and made a really embarassing toast so that pretty much became the talk of the wedding and I was able to slide under the radar despite having the distinct smell of barf on me for the rest of the night.

            #16 1elephant

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              Posted 11 June 2008 - 09:35 PM

              ok, i have plenty, but the most embarrassing one in front of family was about 4 years ago. i was at my cousin's bat mitzvah and had at least 2 bottles of wine. the cotton eye joe comes on and i try SO hard to do it but i can't keep up. i burst into tears, screaming "i'm ooooooooooolllllllllllllllllllldddddddddd, i can't even do the cotton eye joe!" and proceeded to carry on for about 30 minutes, screaming 'i'm so ooooolllddddd', which has now become a running joke in my family, and keith uses it every time the words 'old' or 'birthday' come up. i'm still upset that i can't do the cotton eye joe.

              #17 jajajaja

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                Posted 12 June 2008 - 05:19 PM

                Good stories Jessica and Lauren. Isn't it funny that our best drunk stories occurred in front of family? My parents really thought I had an alcohol problem for awhile.
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