Ireland: The Altered State
When you want to feel something and have no control, look to the Irish for a blessing on this voyage. These people are tip top when it comes to using stimulants to pass the time away. Few other nationalities have such a tenured history with boozing it up. How did the Irish get this way? Years and years of atrocities. If you feel left out from this type of rich upbringing and past, fear not. There are plenty of ways to catch up. Give up your home and all your possessions. After living rough on the streets for some time, you'll have plenty of reason to drink. Don't feel like your people have a good enough history of drinking, like Irish and Russians, pull together a ye old genocide. The remaining few left of your people can become drinking buddies in no time.
Drugs: The Tried and True Remedy to Sadness
If you've experienced trauma, and don't know what to do about it, you can cope the Irish way and drink heavily. But drinking hard all the time isn't the best. Sometimes you need to stay awake and not fall asleep. That's where Irish coffee comes in. The legal speedball of the world, you mix whiskey and coffee and cream together. It's guaranteed to keep you buzzed (in more ways than one). Best of all it will give you ample time on your phone, because you will be in the bathroom soon after drinking such a concoction.
Happy National Irish Coffee Day Video
In this video, we are celebrating Irish Coffee Day. This comedy video will be short, sweet, and most of all silly. It will celebrate all things Irish Coffee in a totally humorous way. Enjoy!
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