Knitting and drinking wine. Forget my 21st birthday, might as well just skip to my 60th
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Whatever, do what makes you happy. On one highly amusing evening, I knitted and drank wine while watching football as my roommate ate pizza and drank beer, and stared at me in horror. A sense of humor (and the ability to make awesome things out of yarn) is much more fun than conforming to societal expectations.
Opal, I wish I would have said that! Want a couple of skeins of handspun?? I have some Romney / alpaca to DIE for!!!
Classy. Better then stupid 21 yr old who thinks getting F up abs teashed is something to be proud
Can I be the naughty ordely that bends you over the bingo table? ;D
Just don't drink too much. You'll regret it when you wake up the next day, look at your stitches, and think "what the fuck happened here"
I absolutely agree with Opal. :)
Cmon bay area
Wine seriously detracts from my knitting skills. I have definitely gone from working in stockinette to working in a round while drunk. It's good that you're increasing your drunk knitting tolerance so you can be a classy old lady sooner.
That sounds like my type of night we should hang together lol
OPAL is absolutely and wonderfully correct!!!
Omg Opal is Sarah Palin.
@Opal stupid. You can knit when you're older you can't party like a twenty one year old when you're sixty. Stupid weird munch.
Ahhh, poor little twelve year-old. Let me explain something to you, honey. Those of us who aren't alcoholics give our livers nights off. We learn that there are nights for drinking a lot, nights where we don't need to drink, and nights when a nice glass of wine is quite enough drinking. But if you want, go ahead and try to party like a twenty-one year-old every night of the week. We'll see how long you last. And by the way...I'm an Alaskan woman. Don't ever think you can tel
*Don't ever think you can tell me ANYTHING about partying.