Not sure if coronavirus, mild alcohol withdrawal, or both.
Drank hard 4 days in a row ending on this most recent saturday...Since then been feeling lethargic. No energy no amount of sleep is enough. I remember feeling like this in march too so who the hell knows. Praise be to Zeus i'm off the next 5 days.
Ahh, I see what the problem is.....
Sometimes we all need a little help, so let Pillar Bruins2012 Show you the way....
Set your limits:
Before you start drinking, decide how many drinks you'll have and then stick to that number. A bunch of educated bums have recommended that we have no more than four alcoholic drinks on any day. Everyone's tolerance is different, so choose a number that works for you, rather than for your mates. It’s ok to be the weak one of the group.
You might want to think about how expensive drinks are. Before you head out for the night, check how much money you’ve got and make a sober and sensible decision about what you can afford to spend. Of course this does not apply if there is some putang around that wants to get drunk and slam.
You also need to remember that not all alcoholic drinks contain the same amount of alcohol. See below for what a ‘standard drink’ looks like and then look to see them f you have any balls or if they were snipped off at some point in your life.
Avoid drinking too quickly
Spacing out your drinks can stop you from getting drunk. Try leaving a certain amount of time between drinks (e.g. an hour), and making sure the time has passed before you get a new drink.
Just got a delish craft beer? Savour it by drinking it more slowly. That way you’re enjoying it more, and get more bang for your buck. Swapping in water or a soft drink between the booze (and drinking the alcoholic ones slowly) can help, too you god damn hipster.
Try saying no (it works for drugs)
Peer pressure can be hard to resist, but if you’ve had enough, say ‘No, thanks’ when someone offers to buy you a drink. You can tell them you’re good for now, and then change the subject. Keeping track of how much you’re drinking is more important than keeping pace with other people.
It’s understandable to be worried your friends will make fun of you for not drinking, but this actually rarely happens. Most friends (the pussy ones) won’t stop hanging out with you just because you don’t drink as quickly as them. If this isn’t he case, break out the blow (coke or adderall) and start catching up as fast as you can.
Avoid drinking rounds and shots
There’s nothing wrong with buying your mates a drink, but if you’re with a group of seven, it can quickly turn into a full-on, expensive drinking session. That could derail your plans to not get drunk and may break your bank.
It’s also a good idea to stick to drinks you can sip, rather than shots, as it’s easier to space them out. Tell your mates you don’t want a shot, or just conveniently disappear when they’re heading to the bar. Maybe check the bathroom for your missing balls.
Water and food are your friends
For every alcoholic drink, have a glass of water or a soft drink (you don’t have to tell anyone it’s not alcoholic). Make sure you also have a meal if you’re drinking. It helps to slow the effects of the alcohol and is (hopefully) also delicious. Get salty food and wash it down with booze if that helps.
Focus on other things
Try to join in an activity while you’re drinking, such as playing pool. Remember that if you’re in a bad mood already, drinking alcohol won’t help. Try doing something else that’s relaxing, or talk to someone about what’s on your mind. Drinking games preferably.
Have a plan B
Get a mate to help keep track of your drinking and remind you to slow down and not do stupid stuff. If that fails, that mate can help look after you if you drink too much. Have your friend look after your purse and your manhood too.