A personal blog of a sometimes hilariously, mildly depressed mom who runs to drink and sometimes drinks to run.
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And now she's fat...
One of my facebook friends posting a hilarious picture of mens knitted elephant underwear. It had ears and the trunk and all. I added a picture below to help with your lacking imaginations. Anyways, the person she shared it from had the same last name as someone that I went to elementary school with. This led to me facestalking my Grade 3 class. I remember the bitch of the class: RH. Man, did I hate her. She was a bully and mean and horrible and, of course, I wanted to be her friend. She made my life hell. And now she's fat. That's all I have to say about that.
Really fat...just in case you were wondering how fat "fat" is.
Today's reason to become an alcoholic is: Fat elephants and available caesars.
My husband and I are avid game players, as well as avid drinkers. What could possibly be better than turning Jenga into a drinking game?
Making the game takes a little bit of time. Each block needs an instruction. The rules below allow for 3 blocks of each rule, with 3 blank blocks. You can leave the last 3 blank, pick your 3 favorite rules to use again, or make up 3 completely random rules! Try to use a permanent pen that doesn't bleed too much. Write in large block letters. Once you have the blocks all written out, you're ready for Drunken Jenga!
Boo! I'm back. I've been a little MIA. My stupid depression hit crazy hard this summer and it took me quite a while to get it under control. I'm finally getting my shit together after figuring out a few things that I need to do to simplify some of the things in my life. Things are going much better now! I have a few appointments coming up to help determine what I can do to get this under control more long term. Oh....the battle.... So, one of the things that I decided to do make life simpler was to only focus on this one blog: The Drunk Runner. I really don't have the time or desire anymore to have 4 different blogs running with 4 different topics, so now you're going to get them all here! Yay for you! Most of my content on my other "blogs" is rather pointless and contains a lot of venting, but some of them are rather funny. While going through them, I came across this and thought I would share it with you. I had started a blog to rant about my…
Yesterday, a fitness account that I follow on Twitter posted this picture and I had retweeted it. I've seen this picture a few times before and I really didn't think too much of it until I noticed today that a friend of mine had commented on it. Her reply was "Nice use of shaming. I give it an A plus in ignorance. Working out does not always equal being fit and vice versa." Based on this comment, I started a couple heated discussion in regards to this picture and the message that it is suggesting.To me, this picture says “ if you aren’t willing to put in the effort, then you don’t deserve the results” (which I believe to be 100% true), but to others it seems to have a much more negative message.