Ohhh man, I have to stop drinking
I was on a summer exchange program in Austria, staying at this cheery dorm, having as they 'd say in Dirty dancing - Time of my life. We were drinking 24/7, not really overdoing it, just chillin, or so did I thought.. Around lunch time, one weekend I had to comeback to my room to grab something. I was already on my 5th beer of the day, and suddenly when I entered the room,I felt this choking sensation, that I must immediately leave the room. I started to scream and run around the room, deliriously touching the walls, trying to get out, but I stopped before the door, because "It wouldn't be fair to use them again" And before I knew what was I doing I found myself standing on the table, almost smashing the laptop on it, and opening the window. And i jumped, I jumped without hesitating, without thinking that my room was on the 1st floor of the dorm, and these were high Austrian ceilings...
16 hours later I woke up with a horrible hangover with 6 people in white coats staring at me. Behind them there was a huge writing on the wall " Department of Neurosurgery". First they asked me did I think I had wings, then they told me there was no brain injury or broken bones and I was introduced to a psychiatrist and spend the day being analyzed by her. I was released at he end of the day with bruises, headache, painful cramps in my whole body and a strong recommendation to stop and avoid further drinking. Do I even have to mention how "thrilled" my parents were?
So, in one of my many similar nights out, it ended in this student club until cca 5am... and we drank a lot. So, when going home, I was waiting for a tram to come so I can get home. However, as it was already cca 5am, the day trams started going (as opposed to special night lines). I entered the tram... and woke up at 9:30am. In a full tram. Of people who showered, got dressed and are going to work. As opposed to a smelly, sweaty, dirty, hungover mess I was. Not cool! I was driving 4 and a half hours while in drunk sleep having a lot of people around me. Luckily these days I can afford a cab.