How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Passover for the Goyim

Jewish holidays need a goddamn Surgeon General's warning. Oy vey. My liver is working on crawling out of my body. It hasn't picked a direction yet, but I think it's going for the Alien style exit. It's unhappy. My kidney's aren't so pleased either.

I spent most of tonight with Sam's family celebrating Passover.

Rule of thumb- don't do Passover on an empty stomach. Oh sure, there's lots of food, but you chug two glasses of wine before you get to it. Then at least two more after it. And probably several during. I had about... seven. Which is more alcahol than I've had in months and months.

Moreover, our buddy knight2142 is visiting, and he brought booze. Sake, plum wine, Khaliuha and Bailey's. It looks like I'm going to be doing a destruction test on my liver, and a further destruction test when I get up at 8 or so to babysit a rambunxious six year old.


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