Drunk wedding fight

Came across this video of crazy Russians fighting at a wedding. Quite funny.


Then there’s another one when a man does something silly during a dance. Funniest part is he acts like nothing happened. Haha!

Here’s how to fail a DUI test in style, altho d last one looks like a fake.

And stupid cop pulling over a lawn mower.

One for the road..

And my fave of all time, which i featured here before. Enjoy.


Glossary update (1)

Gotta coupla new additions to the Booze Glossary.

Bengkok (courtesy of Rubin) – like senget. Similar to senget linguistically, but phonetically def sounds more kao.

So bengkok = a more senget version of senget

Kangkang – a more bengkok bengkok. If bengkok is 9/10, kangkang is 10/10

“A straight-up niga move” (as applied by Mr Ice-T in New Jack Hustler) –  when someone fucks u over or cons u. Eg disappear when its time to pay d bill, borrow cash n skip town, etc


Adios Keith

Alcochef Keith Floyd is dead. Heart attack. Since he jalan aged 65, i cant really say he subscribed to the Bohemian motto “Live Fast, Die Young.” He tried hard tho. Good attempt.

He was a committed drinker. Wine sales will be affected.

His final drink was a glass of red – Fils Cotes de Rhone. It was a 2007 – good year. I was bumming.

Surprisingly, he did not die of liver failure, which means its ok to drink as much as u want!

Must have been food and cigarettes that nailed him.


Alco vs alcoholic

I think they mean two different things.

An alcoholic is a fuckin alcoholic. Needs to drink to function and live life. Basically, a junkie. (So i’m definitely not one, i dont think.)

At least she didnt drive home

At least she didnt drive home

An alco is sumtin else – an affectionate term to describe a guy/girl who likes drinks, ‘appreciates’ them. An aficionado perhaps. Alco dont mean alcoholic.  I’ve been called an alco many times, out of pure love. Sallgood.

However, the online self-tests for alcoholism have some questions that i answered “Yes” to.  Like: “Can you handle more liquor now than when you first started drinking?” I mean, come on. Stupid question.

Also: “On the “morning after,” have you been unable to remember part of the evening before – even though friends say you didn’t pass out?” Haha! This one have to admit happened just last week. In fact it’s been happening often. It’s called a Brown-out.

At least i got “No”s for these: “Do you sometimes stay drunk for several days at a time?”(well OK, only in Langkawi. I also hear that ‘”staying drunk” is also a good way to avoid a hangover); and “Do you sometimes have the morning “shakes” and relieve them with a drink?” I dont get the shakes, tho i have drank in the morning. Last time was Saturday. So am all good.

The test says: “If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you have some symptoms that may indicate alcoholism.”

U fuckin kiddin me man? I think most of us have some alcoholic in us then. [I hope i dont piss off d Australian Alcoholics Anonymous again (was for an article i wrote in The Star). Haha!]

Among other ‘alco’ terms i use, there’s also alconnoisseur. Someone who knows his/her drinks. Alcopop – someone who cant hold their drinks and totally loses it when drunk, like Volume. And finally a nickname we gave a big guy who drank a lot – alcosaurus.

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