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Why do I wake up at 2AM feeling so unhappy? I feel like I want to cry. I had such an unhappy dream. I was trapped on a long-distance train going across Europe

Why do I wake up at 2AM feeling so unhappy? I feel like I want to cry. I had such an unhappy dream. I was trapped on a long-distance train going across Europe and I knew no longer wanted to be on it, but I was trapped. 305 more words

How lovely it is just sitting at the bar of the Brussels Ibis or Radisson SAS getting drunk. How lovely just sitting in the Pullman with my Guardian getting drunk

How lovely it is just sitting at the bar of the Brussels Ibis or Radisson SAS getting drunk. How lovely just sitting in the Pullman with my Guardian getting drunk. 93 more words

A Guide To Surviving Thanksgiving Eve

Thanksgiving Eve. A Drinking Tradition Unlike Any Other.

The holiday to kick off the holiday is Thanksgiving Eve. One of the biggest drinking holidays out there. 1,320 more words

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Typical, wall to wall female barmaids on Monday and nothing but trousers on Tuesday

Typical, wall to wall female barmaids on Monday and nothing but trousers on Tuesday. Two in —— and my little girl not there today. At 118 I saw the same Cleo Laine girl rushing to get on train, 90 minutes earlier than yesterday, quite a coincidence to see her again! 109 more words

“It is Indeed Bad to Eat Apples. It is Better to Make Them All Cider”: When Cider Reigned Supreme in America

“It is indeed bad to eat apples. It is better to make them all cider” — Benjamin Franklin

Name a beverage consumed by all age groups, men and women alike, the poor and the very rich, from sun up to sun down, that is touted as healthy and refreshing yet also contains alcohol.  850 more words

Foodways

What smokers and drinkers miss !

What ?! You don’t drink and smoke ? Man, you’re doing some serious injustice to your body. You’re never gonna go to heaven. Hmmmpf.

See I’ll tell you what. 416 more words

Life

What Are We Drinking On The Night Before Thanksgiving? Beer And Cocktails

(Source: www.forbes.com)

Some call it “Blackout Wednesday.” Others call it “Bar Night.” Across the U.S., the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving has become big business for bars and restaurants, especially in places where young people flock back home for the holidays. 498 more words

Money Matters