Consuming With Class: A ‘How To’ Guide
Nothing defines a freshman’s university experience quite as distinctly as their first night getting absolutely, absurdly, dangerously plastered. Sure, we have all done this (many of us in years more recent as well). Yet, there comes a time in everyone’s life where the habit of saturating ones anatomy in alcohol to the point of violent nausea becomes less appealing. This doesn’t mean you necessarily need to drink less or switch liquors. The pleasure of a good beverage is incomparable. There is, however, a way to do it properly without rendering yoursef a quivering, vomit-saturated mess. With lots of practice, trial and error, and plenty of miscalculations along the way, here are my Four Golden Rules to consuming with class.
And I thought the saying was . . . beer and wine you feel fine. Beer and liquor make you sicker!