Hangovers and tiredness. Yup, that’s it folks. How to utterly fail at being an Alcoholic or an Insomniac … I don’t like being tired or hungover …
If I don’t sleep I get to the point that I become exhausted and literally can’t function anymore. I read somewhere that the “catching-up” on sleep is nonsense, that there’s no “catching-up”. You try telling that to me that when I’ve missed my sleep. Do I catch up – yes.
As for being an alcoholic, I tried my hardest, and failed miserably. I even had a period of 6 months where I went to bars, pubs and clubs EVERY night drinking … heavily. Still couldn’t manage to get hooked, even drinking heavily every night. The secret of my failure – hangovers and building up a resistance to it. The hangovers I really can’t stand, and over time one builds up a resistance to being drunk, so any benefit from the drink loses it’s merit.
So you find me sober and well rested … well sometimes at least !
Resources & Sources
Drunk Lady – morgueFile
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