Friday, December 8, 2017
Good morning crew,
I know I'm tired when I'm too tired to drink beer. Wednesday night when I got home I opened a bottle of beer to have with my dinner (canned tuna on whole wheat with spinach and potato chips).
Then afterward I thought to myself, 'I'm a fully employed adult, my bills are paid, it's before ten o'clock, I don't care that it's the middle of the week; I'm gonna have another beer.'
So I opened another bottle, sat down in front of the TV, took a sip and promptly fell asleep.
But don't worry, it didn't go to waste. When the wife got home later that night she put it in the fridge and made me finish drinking it the next day.
She said she didn't care how long I sat there, but I had to finish my beer or I couldn't have any scotch.
Laugh it up,
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