Is this the truth? When girls drink?!

Question: Is this the truth? When girls drink?
We have absolutely no idea where our purse is.

We believe that dancing with our arms overhead and wiggling our butt while yelling woo-hoo! is truly the sexiest dance move around.

We've suddenly decided that we want to kick someone's *** and honestly believe we could do it too.

In our last trip to pee, we realize that we now look more like a homeless hooker than the goddess we were just four hours ago.

We start crying and telling everyone we see that we love them so much.

We get extremely excited and jump up and down every time a new song play's because oh my god! I love this song!

We've found a deeper/spiritual side to the geek sitting next to us.

We've suddenly taken up smoking and become really good at it.

We yell at the bartender, who we believe cheated us by giving us just tonic, but that's just because we can no longer taste the gin.

We think we are in bed, but our pillow feels strangely like the kitchen floor (or the mop?)


You've got most of that right

Oh yeah. LOL!

I think if people of EITHER sex could see themselves drunk, just once, they'd be too embarrassed to ever drink again!

I feel bad for you if your life has sunk to this level.

as for me, a few are right :-)

hahaha so funny, and so true!

I don't carry a purse, just a diaper bag. However, my wallet and my debit card are in my pocket.

Drunk or sober, I have no reservations about believing I could physically defend myself..

I'm six feet, 142 pounds. I know I rock my black skinny jeans and tucked in fitted blouses (especially after two kids), again, whether I've had three glasses of water, or three stouts or ales.

Only my family. However, I do this when I have no alcohol in my system.


The geek sitting next to me DOES have a deeper spiritual side. That's why I married him. (I never underestimate the geeks. They are much better than the "cool guys". A lesson I learned in high school.)

No. I have been proudly smoke free for six years and two months.

I do not yell at people. Well, outside of my family. I'm ashamed enough to admit, even very anonymously, that I yell at my three-year-old too much. I'm even more ashamed to admit that my four-month-old son hears it and hears it way too often. (Our children have even heard us bellow frustrations at each other.) Yes. We are sober when this happens.

No. I have never been stupid enough to get that wasted. Even in college.

Overall, I have never been stupid enough to get that wasted, with any of your "points". Even in college.

However, I am not a girl. I am a woman. Perhaps this list does not apply to me at all.

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