Why I Should Just Be Drunk Every Sunday

Posted By on December 11, 2011

We did not go to our normal bar to watch football this Sunday. Because my friends I normally go with are Steelers and Browns fans (hence why we go to a Steelers bar). And they played each other on Thursday night this week, so we went drinking then. That means I watched the game from the comfort of my home.

Normally, if I’m at the bar watching the game, I’m not tweeting as much. I usually only go on Twitter at the bar when someone is in the bathroom or when they go out to smoke. Or when I decide to stay at the bar by myself, which let’s be honest, that NEVER ends well.

These are the kinds of tweets you get when I’m home and sober watching the game and the Bears choke and lose one more time.

Don’t you want to be following me on Twitter now? Where’s my booze?

About the author

Kristabella, who also answers to “Hey! Drunk Girl!”, is a reformed band geek with an amazing ability to drink most people under the table. You can read her inane ramblings here, where she talks about her exciting life as a spinster with two cats and a fascination for Bacon.


4 Responses to “Why I Should Just Be Drunk Every Sunday”

  1. Angella says:

    I…don’t understand football. I hope we can still be friends. 😉
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  2. Andrea says:

    Maybe you and Taylor can become friends so he has someone to sympathize with when his team chokes again (Dallas). I just don’t have any hobbies or interests where I get THAT worked up and angry. He was still pissed about this this morning.
    Andrea´s last blog post ..Crappy day present exchange

  3. alimartell says:

    I love that you are having conversations with people, as if you are having actual conversations with them. 🙂

  4. I’m so confused because I’m used to hearing all manners of “F*CK TEBOW” and then I’m back in the South for three days, and the people here looooove him. So which is it: Do I hate him or love him?

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