Jul 142015
 

I’m either fucking awesome or total shit at drunk emailing. One of those.

It is safe to say I’m terrible at drunk dialing since I sent a drunk email to test the waters first. Who does that? I can’t even fuck up like a normal person.

Anyway, (clearly) things aren’t going well between the boy and I. <sarcasm> Quelle surprise </sarcasm> — there are only about a million miles between us (literally and metaphorically…).

email to the boy, text reads: "Tipsy enough to ignore my better judgment about communications.  Let me know if you're around and interested in seeing what epic miscommunication we might have this evening."

  10 Responses to “drunk email”

  1. Drunk or sober ,sarcasm wont reduce the million mile gap.
    You feel lonely
    Sit on your hands so you cant type or push buttons on a phone
    You will feel better tomorrow / or the next day / or next week

    On a practical note – I find that I say the things I regret later ,after nine oclock at night. So now I never text/email after nine.

    • sarcasm wont reduce the million mile gap.

      I find sarcasm gets slightly better mpg than anguish… your mileage may vary, of course. :)

      You feel lonely

      That’s not it exactly. I’m not lonely — I’m unsettled (uncomfortable?). I want things to be better.

      I find that I say the things I regret later ,after nine oclock at night.

      Amateur. I say things I regret around the clock. Heh. ;)

  2. What kind of person sends a drunk email to test the waters first? An awesome one, clearly, who knows that they may say things they wouldn’t usually and might be unreasonable, and then gives the other person the chance to choose whether or not they want to engage with that. Huge kudos to tipsy you.

    (I have also found that after a particular time at night I have less control and judgement over things I might say. Rather than not doing it at all though, I just let people know that if I am communicating after midnight then they they are talking to a strange introspective me with different ways of seeing things, and I may not stand by anything I say afterwards. On the other hand, it has resulted in some amazing good deep conversations which would never had happened if I hadn’t been so tired and defenceless)

  3. LMAO! I have had MANY conversations with people and didn’t remember most of the conversation. I have had too much wine and start calling people and talking to them. I’ve even been known to converse with “SIRI” on my phone when it’s late at night and I can’t call anyone! Then there’s the text messages I had to go back and read the next day to find out what was said! Yes! I can totally relate to this!

  4. Try sleepwalking.

  5. Think twice (more than twice!!!!) before you say something to anyone.

  6. Your mistake was in mailing from a common-as-muck gmail account, and not from a sophisticated hotmail account.

  7. Nice post! I like your writing

 Leave a Reply