This week has been a hell of a week. We had a company dinner on wednesday with free booze and great food. I think I am a pretty good drinker :1 Around the world, 1 Long Island Tea, and 1 beer.
Then on friday, we had to “celebrate” a colleague’s farewell who is going to be based in our overseas office. It was food and booze, and more booze at clarke quay, and later more booze at another club. I was tricked to go on the bungee (the 2nd one), whereby you are staring straight at the ground, and 1 guy hits the lever and the whole fucking thing swings you towards the river. When the seat was going up, and in the few moments of staring at the ground and counting moments to my death, my colleagues below (all EVIL guys), were laughing at their poor demure colleague who was tricked. It doesn’t help that i was wearing a skirt, and have some strap strapped between the middle of my legs. The view from below wasn’t very nice i am sure. I started screaming “fuck” while suspecting on that damn thing, and now they think I am super sporting. Yeah, had to gulp down some alcohol to go on that.
Reached home at 630am -_-
On sat, it was more drinks at winebar and zouk with my overseas colleagues who were in town. Reached home at 4am -_-
And I have supper for like 2 days!!! very bad for health, and for shape, and for my clothes. But very good for economy. Spend money on food = Restaurants enjoy thriving business = grow fat = clothes can’t fit = buy more new clothes = retail shops enjoy thriving business = shoes can’t fit (feet put on weight too) = buy more shoes = retail shops enjoy thriving business.
As you can see, food is evil!
Alcohol is evil too, cause I had diarrhea the next day due to excessive drinking.
“Chronic diarrhea can be caused by chronic ethanol ingestion. Consumption of alcohol affects the body’s capability to absorb water – this is often a symptom that accompanies a hangover after a binge drinking session. The alcohol itself is absorbed in the intestines and as the intestinal cells absorb it, the toxicity causes these cells to lose their ability to absorb water. This leads to an outpouring of fluid from the intestinal lining, which is in turn poorly absorbed. The diarrhea usually lasts for several hours until the alcohol is detoxified and removed from the digestive system. Symptoms range from person to person and are influenced by both the amount consumed as well as physiological differences.”
Well, I learnt something new everyday2009-03-08