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
I absolutely agree with Opal. :)
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"
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.