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Most inappropriate situations you have been drunk in

Pretty simple, what are the most inappropriate situations or places that you have been drunk. Mine would have to be a meeting with my an air force recruiter at seven in the morning when i was eighteen. I had to meet up with the recruiter then go through a physical. The thing was, i already knew that i was leaving for basic in a couple of weeks, so i was living it up. What are some of yours?
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Last semester I would be drunk for my morning classes all of teh time and would tell my professors. With one profess I liked, he would routinely ask me if I was drunk again. Fun.

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Have gone to several of my jobs drunk. THis one time I was even drinking on the job. Had my Pilsner can all duct taped up.

EDIT: and if drinking and driving/booze cruising fits this bill, I add to those lists as well.
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I used to volunteer as an escort at our local women's clinic (which happens to do most of the abortons in Portland), basically I was one of the people who make sure the girls can get in and out without being harassed or attacked by protesters. Unfortunately, the prime time for protesters was early saturday mornings which, as you can imagine, sometimes left me with a crazy friday night (hey, i like to party) that turned into a very drunk saturday morning.

So ya, being smashed and having protesters screaming at me about how we were all murderers going to hell equaled some serious lulz. When people weren't going in and out of the building, we'd goof around and take pictures of the wacky protesters' signs and insane behavior. Good times.

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I used to volunteer as an escort at our local women's clinic (which happens to do most of the abortons in Portland), basically I was one of the people who make sure the girls can get in and out without being harassed or attacked by protesters. Unfortunately, the prime time for protesters was early saturday mornings which, as you can imagine, sometimes left me with a crazy friday night (hey, i like to party) that turned into a very drunk saturday morning.

So ya, being smashed and having protesters screaming at me about how we were all murderers going to hell equaled some serious lulz. When people weren't going in and out of the building, we'd goof around and take pictures of the wacky protesters' signs and insane behavior. Good times.
Im not sure whether to applaud your creativity and intelligence or to be appalled by your audacity but showing up drunk to play hero to women with for many lets say loose morals. Yeah I just don't know how to react to that.

EDIT: Almost forgot my own, Im gonna say my sisters wedding, now you may say Toxic man we have all gotten drunk when our siblings where marrying some douche, well you see the real inappropriate part is I was all of 4 years old. You see I did then (and still do) really liked pop and depite not being able to reach the pop at the counter I quickly learned the giant people were leaving glasses of pop all over the tables as the went about doing what ever it is they were doing, but since there were glasses and nobody watching them I figured why not help myself. Im sure my sister was proud as I stumbled around before puking on her shoes. I was all class even from an early age.,




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Im not sure whether to applaud your creativity and intelligence or to be appalled by your audacity but showing up drunk to play hero to women with for many lets say loose morals. Yeah I just don't know how to react to that.
First off, I wasn't a hero. Literally, I just hung around at the doors wearing an orange vest and made sure they got back to their car or ride without someone jumping in their face. I am not patting myself on the back, I just thought it was a good thing to do.

Second, i was a volunteer, I wasn't being paid to show up in any specific condition, and I wonder what your point is in whether I still had alcohol in my system or not. It's not like it changed a damn thing, I wasn't performing surgery or flying a 747 and never once did I do anything out of order as a result of my condition, regardless. I felt loopier on cold medication sometimes, to be honest, but I showed up because I belevie in the cause. There was no line of volunteers waiting to take my place either, I was there because if I wasn't there, it would frequently be no one, or just one person, often a small girl, standing the line. While the protesters were, not surprisingly, often big, self-righteous men who had no problem getting up in some girl's grill, sometimes they would even try to follow them inside the clinic to harass them in the lobby. We had to call the police many times, and no doubt it would have been more if not for the escorts. And even when those guys didn't show up, being screamed at by people after an experience like an abortion is a horrible thing to endure. Even worse, it wasn't an "abortion clinic", they performed a number of other medical examinations and surgeries and the protesters didn't actually know or care whether they were there fo rthe abortion.


Third, if you genuinely think a woman who gets an abortion has "loose morals", well, I don't know what to say to that. Clearly we simply disagree. I interacted with these women and often met their relatives and friends who were with them for support. They are simply not what you think they are, this wasn't a bunch of ghetto hookers coming in every three months for a new abortion. The vast majority of them were young and scared, many of them were using birth control which simply failed (there is not such thing as a 100% birth control) and if you think that having sex, quite possibly in an exclusive relationship, taking all precautions to avoid pregnancy, and being unwilling to bring to term a child you cna't support makes them "women with loose morals"... well, we just need to agree to disagree.

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I got drunk and ****ed my best friend's gf when he left to pick up another friend and left us alone together at his house. It was on his couch, in the open, no protection and she was the girl that took his virginity.

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First off, I wasn't a hero. Literally, I just hung around at the doors wearing an orange vest and made sure they got back to their car or ride without someone jumping in their face. I am not patting myself on the back, I just thought it was a good thing to do.

Second, i was a volunteer, I wasn't being paid to show up in any specific condition, and I wonder what your point is in whether I still had alcohol in my system or not. It's not like it changed a damn thing, I wasn't performing surgery or flying a 747 and never once did I do anything out of order as a result of my condition, regardless. I felt loopier on cold medication sometimes, to be honest, but I showed up because I belevie in the cause. There was no line of volunteers waiting to take my place either, I was there because if I wasn't there, it would frequently be no one, or just one person, often a small girl, standing the line. While the protesters were, not surprisingly, often big, self-righteous men who had no problem getting up in some girl's grill, sometimes they would even try to follow them inside the clinic to harass them in the lobby. We had to call the police many times, and no doubt it would have been more if not for the escorts. And even when those guys didn't show up, being screamed at by people after an experience like an abortion is a horrible thing to endure. Even worse, it wasn't an "abortion clinic", they performed a number of other medical examinations and surgeries and the protesters didn't actually know or care whether they were there fo rthe abortion.


Third, if you genuinely think a woman who gets an abortion has "loose morals", well, I don't know what to say to that. Clearly we simply disagree. I interacted with these women and often met their relatives and friends who were with them for support. They are simply not what you think they are, this wasn't a bunch of ghetto hookers coming in every three months for a new abortion. The vast majority of them were young and scared, many of them were using birth control which simply failed (there is not such thing as a 100% birth control) and if you think that having sex, quite possibly in an exclusive relationship, taking all precautions to avoid pregnancy, and being unwilling to bring to term a child you cna't support makes them "women with loose morals"... well, we just need to agree to disagree.
Wave goodbye to the joke Hex, I was implying you were showing up drunk trying to pick up chicks..




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