Tipsiness VS Sleepwalking

In Randomness on May 12, 2008 at 2:48 am


I spent Saturday night with my darling and  some friends at CiTos’ renowned beer place: D’Place.  Honestly I don’t see why this place is so hot these days.  Didn’t like the music, but love the peanuts although I suspect they put a generous MSG seasoning in it.  And when mixed with alcohol, it makes your throat drier than the Sahara desert.  Maybe it’s their trick so people will buy more drink.  Don’t know and don’t really care.


I have a question.

How do you know when you’re a bit tipsy?

That’s the question of the night, because based on a recent research among friends, you never know you are until people say you are.

Strange, really.  Maybe measuring tipsiness is a bit like determining facts about sleepwalking.  You can never tell it yourself, unless other people are present and be your witness.  According to some friends, you can say that you are tipsy when you can remember most of the stuff going on around you… and tend to brag about it.  When compared with sleepwalking… well, I think sleepwalking is more brag-worthy than being tipsy.  Because when you’re tipsy, you know damn well what you’re doing and people expect you to do silly stuff.  But sleepwalkers are the best.  They don’t know they are asleep, yet they do stuff people only do when they’re awake.  And when questioned why they did so, they don’t know!  How freaking cool is that?

So peeps, tipsiness is rather funny sometimes.  But sleepwalking require no alcohol intake -unless you drink in your sleep- so it’s mucho healthier, and you can brag and leave people in awe without being judged! 😀

Just try to beat yourself up to ultimate fatigue first.

Tell me if it works, because I am so obsessed with this sleepwalking thing nowadays.

  1. hey… i know we talked about sleep walking sometime that night, was it before or after d’place? or was it even that night…. or.. did we talked about it or did i discuss it with someone else? shit i don’t remember.

  2. dont know about sleepwalking
    but during my first days of teaching, i always talked in my sleep
    according to my boyfriend who often called me in the middle of the night
    i would say something like, “take off your pants.” “line up properly” and things like that
    which i never remembered xD

  3. I never have that problem. I don’t drink anything but soda. 🙂

  4. um, why would you tell your students to take their pants off? sounds like it’s more proper if you said that to your bf, which you didn’t even realized when he called hehehe

  5. Tipsiness. Isn’t it when you feel like everyone is either your friend or your enemy? Or, more technically, the measure is by its lagging indicator – what you feel the next day, for example… 🙂

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