Tuesday, November 25, 2008

What does it mean?

Hang overs happen, whether we like it or not. And it doesn't have to involve friends like Jack, Jose, or Johnny. It can take on many forms from a variety of things.
That hollow numb feeling after the holidays. All from spending too much time in commercial space trying to find that 'perfect gift', the family time, and travel.
The depleted haze that sets in after an event. Once the air of anticipation is gone, all the planning is over, and the adrenalin has seeped out and left a mere shell in place.
The funk that refuses to let a ride be as fun as it should be. That plants roots to the couch and grows a remote for fingers.

However, sometimes it's just the drink that gets us. The other day while reading Pilder's site, I noticed a pretty good description of a good 'bender' night results. The kind that we've all had at one point or another. The kind that we (foolishly) swear that we'll never do again. And I couldn't help but notice the picture that was attached to it.

Honestly...what does that mean?!


pilderwasser said...

it's just a good picture. Proximity does however lead to assumptions, connections, correlations. Happy Holidays.

Chunk said...


You need to see this video by a band called Red Fang:


The moment I saw a dude fabricating a suit of armor from Rainier cans I knew Red Fang would be your kind of band.