Sunday, July 08, 2007

Q4U


can you feel drunk from lack of sleep? not punch drunk, drunk. remember the jingle, ge, we bring good things to life. yeah, it's stuck in my head now. fuck.fuck.motherfuck.

8 comments:

Rhetorically Sterculian said...

The answer is yes.
The physiological explanation I will withold out of a general sense of propriety

Tanya Espanya said...

Sometimes I like to say, "Jesus fuck" when I'm mad.

I can't imagine not sleeping. Even though I'm waking every 2 hours with the prince I still manage to lapse back into a coma for the next 2 hours. I feel for you baby.

Bubs said...

Yes, yes you can. I have been that kind of drunk many times, babbling and insensible with a remarkably low blood alcohol content, just no sleep.

Beth said...

I've even had mini-hallucinations when I've pulled all-nighters. So, yes, feeling drunk over lack of sleep is real.

Mountjoy said...

I'm just wondering if the good people from WP are suggesting that my next prophilactic experience should be with a condom fashioned from waxed paper?

"Yes, everything you serve deserveds the protection of waxed paper"....

Well that's sorted, then. Do Trojan know about this?

Amy Guth said...

Yes you can and I think I am doing the same thing this instant. Oy, 5am, zzzzz.....

blueblanket said...
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Writeprocrastinator said...

Absolutley! Slurred speech, double-vision, auditory hallucinations, etc...

Everything but the alcohol-breath, though you might bring home the wrong people just as if you were drunk, as it sure as hell impairs your judgement.

 

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