2. Something that 18, 19, and 20 year olds can be charged
with in the U.S. due to their fascist drinking laws.
3. Something they don’t allow 18, 19, and 20 year old American soldiers to do before they come home from Iraq in pieces with only an American flag handed to their family for comfort.
(everywhere else) Hahahaha look at that stupid drunk 15 year old!
Often a symptom of senioritis, and usually accompanied by the fear that the kid who’s parents are away will magically return to discover upwards of 20 shitfaced teens in varying states of undress in the living room.
kid #1: under age drinking is a joke, I don’t even get hangovers anymore!
kid #2: you’re so right, man. Look I stole my parents’ vodka, let’s party!
The only thing worth in life is parties and a lot of underage drinking
Unfortunately, most underage drinkers remain dull and uncomfortable with themselves after they turn into regular drinkers who don’t need to use fake IDs to sneak cheap beer and liquor.
It’s too bad, because he’s been complaining about how fat he’s getting, and we must’ve burned about 1000 calories today. He always says he’s bored, but every time somebody invites him to do anything other than drink he turns them down and says whatever they’re doing is stupid. It’s like he thinks that if underage drinking isn’t involved, it can’t be interesting. I think he would have liked seeing those bald eagles trying to catch fish and those hot girls we passed by the bridge. He played basketball in high school; maybe that game we’re planning for next week won’t be too “boring” for him.
Hopefully by the time I get home he’ll be too drunk to yell at the television, but not so drunk that he’s puking or blacked out. Had to call an ambulance for him last month when he blacked out; that was lame. I’m also tired of hearing him bitch about having trouble getting up for his classes – if he didn’t stay up drinking most nights he wouldn’t have such a problem.
But really – he’s a cool guy when he’s sober.