One or two too many … (comic relief)

Have you ever noticed how friendly strangers become in a bar after awhile, bosum pals as it were.

So the following is a humorous take on this.

Not meant to be anyone in real life just having some fun here! … Well actually I do sort of recognize one or two now that I look closely …lol

new friendsGroup Photo

Conversation between two fellow workers during a work day:

“So last night I had one or two, or three or four (mixed drinks/beer) at the local pub/bar and I decided to take a group photo of my new friends before we each went home for the night.”

“Upon reflection in the morning and after viewing the photo I realized I may have had more than 3 or 4 (drinks)!”

Again this is only in fun, Hopefully a few laughs, hope your day was good and your tomorrow better,

~ Penny


20 thoughts on “One or two too many … (comic relief)

  1. I remember when I used to drink. It was rare for me to get pickled, but my friends used to love it as I would become an extrovert.

    For my 25th birthday, I was taken to a local band, and all of my mates who were going with me decided that one of them would buy a vodka to top up my cider. On the night, they all decided that it would be too expensive, so they would just get me a cider. Each one who went up said “if they can’t afford it, I’ll get it” So that was 9 ciders each with a vodka topper.

    When we finally made it back to a friend’s house, I sat in a chair, and my friend brought in a cup of coffee which I took. The next thing I remember, it was the next morning and I was still sitting there with this full cup of coffee in my hand where I had sat for seven hours hehe

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