Been Out with my son for his 21st Birthday (yeah, I know ... I don't look old enough).
Was also out with my brother, our Dad, my brother-in-law, my nephew and half a dozen of my son's mates.
All I can say is 'drinking' has changed a LOT since I was last out and smashing the granny out of it.
Was fully expecting a dozen or so pints, getting 'knuckle deep' with some strumpet, a kebab, a huge fight and one of us getting banged up.
Young 'uns today . . . they just don't know the half of it.
Next Sunday it's me, my son, my daughter, their partners, my Grandad (who used to 'bounce' for some twins in London in the 60s), my Dad, his wife, my Mum, her husband, my brother, his partner and whoever else fancies it getting mullered down the local boozer. If we don't put £500 through the till there will be some serious questions asked.
Don't know why but I picked up a couple of bottles of Newcastle Brown yesterday...not had that since I was a student and now I know why, just bland compared to todays complex and more flavorsome brews.
Staff lunch today is a rib sticking pork belly, mash, greens, jam rolly-polly + custard with whatever...cider, wine & cordial for juniors
I had two cans of lager and two whisky and lemonades. Nothing too mad really.
That's me done for the week, I'll probably go to the pub on Wednesday after a conference that I have to spend all day at, I generally have a drink twice a week.