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Drunken cravings are a problem plaguing this country today. For some of us, it’s sex. For others, it’s pizza. And, maybe it’s just me, but some people like to scream at 1997 Red Wings Playoff games that they bought on iTunes. Either way, it would be rude, irresponsible, and downright wrong to shame people for their actions after they’ve faded off into the dark state that they’ll never remember.
Is it socially acceptable to drink yourself into oblivion? No, for some reason it’s not. But that’s a losing battle that “society” is never going to let us win. But that doesn’t mean we should kick those people while they’re down.
The perfect example – this hero drunkenly eating noodles on the Subway.
Eyes closed. No regard for those around her. Her center of gravity existing solely at the bottom of her spine, thus holding up the rest of her body. Sure, I think they stopped taping her because she was about to fall off her seat on the subway, but as we all know, what you can’t remember (or what you can’t see, in this case) never happened in the first place.
Could she have waited until she got home? Of course. But you can’t expect someone at the level of killing it to be able use a microwave to reheat said noodles. The expectation that she wouldn’t burn her mouth after that is just ridiculous.
Today, I’m raising a glass of ice water to Drunk Girl On The Subway Eating Noodles. You’re the hero we all wish we could be. .