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If you are at all like me, you are your own worst enemy when you're drunk. But nothing is as bad has having a full-on argument with your drunk self. The harsh reality is that you'll never win, an Australian lad has realised.
When sober, 30-year-old Steven Davidson took the responsible decision to leave a helpful note for himself to read when he returned from his night out, the Mirror reports.
Upon his arrival home, 'Drunk Steve' read the sensible letter addressed to himself and, alcohol-fuelled, he disagreed. Instead of welcoming the steps of getting a glass of water and going to bed before enjoying the chicken wings the next day, he decided to write back and addressed his shambolically handwritten response to 'Sober Steve'. It read: "I do what I want. P.s. Tell 'Hungover Steve', he's a lil bitch"
The caring man of was long-gone and replaced by 'Drunk Steve', who was having none of it. "I'm quite stubborn when drunk so when I saw the note I thought, 'no one tells me what I can and can't do', so I replied, but I remember I kept getting confused to which Steve I was talking to, hence the crossed out sections," 'Sober Steve' admits to the Mirror.
Learning his lesson, 'Hangover Steve' wasn't happy. "It [the hangover] was absolutely terrible. There just isn't enough water in this world to cure the thirst."
I've got one for you. There is nothing worse than crawling into bed and the room is still spinning, which reminds you of all the shots you've consumed. Try placing either foot flat on the floor from the side of your bed. Just like magic, the spinning will stop and hungover you will thank you in the morning, if - unlike Drunk Steve - you remember logical ideas when drunk, that is.
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