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I began to think vodka was my drink at last. It didnt taste like anything, but it went straight down into my stomach like a sword swallowers sword and made me feel powerful and godlike.

Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar


Thanks to everyone who contributed their dumb drunk Facebook posts proof that your aunt Eleanor was right when she told you to "drink responsibly."

1/20. Don't mess with your cab driver

2/20. It's Like He's His Own Santa Claus


3/20. Maybe She's Just a Really Dedicated Student

4/20. Drunkie see, Drunkie do


Continue to the next page for more drunk Facebook posts!

5/20. That app is causing more harm than good

6/20. Just another one of "those days"

7/20. Verdict? Drunk.

8/20. Poor, poor Colleen



Continue to the next page for more cringe-worthy drunk Facebook posts.

9/20. I saw you at Walgreens

10/20. We've all been there

11/20. Better hope that "tedious moron" doesn't see this

12/20. We all have our fetishes


Continue to the next page for more!

13/20. Why would anyone ever admit to this?

14/20. If by classsic you mean idiotic

15/20. Oh, yes, because POTHEADS are the useless ones

16/20. Unfriend


Hold up! We ain't done here more on the next page.

17/20. An introspective self diagnosis

18/20. Bet he regrets having that party

19/20. Gee, wonder why!

20/20. Even the best of us can be hypocrites

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