Oooookay so. Went out last night and had more drinks than I ever had before ever… And luckily I’m not hungover. Which is great. Considering the last time I had drinks, I had like three Mikes Hard and ended up kind of really drunk but I hadn’t drank in months (like think… 6+ months) so I guess I was a biiit of a light-weight at the time… Anyways

I had…. Uh.. 

6? Pornstars I think… Yeah (Blue Curacao, Raspberry sourpuss, sprite/7-up) 

Annnd I had two shots.. 
A Tequila shot and a Pornstar shot which is just the Curacao and Sourpuss.. 

Annnnnnnnnd a Smirnoff Ice.. Or rather the equivalent of a bottle of Smirnoff Ice because I kind of just kept taking one of my friends’ bottles and drinking em… 

So that was fun. 

And it was at a club which was a first for me. 

And we danced so much. 

Like holy shit so much. 

And a Spice Girls song played. (Wannabe) and we danced and sang the whole way through… 

And some super drunk British guy that apparently had no idea where he was came up and hugged my bae ( tora7710 ) and then hugged me but kissed me on the cheek. Then left and we didn’t see him again until we were outside of the club and he was holding hands with some random girl… But we ended up talking to two of his friends? I think? And they were asking why we were leaving and told us to go back inside and party considering there was still an hour left before the place closed… 

But we were fuckin dooone. And tired. And Peppy was a little too drunk… 

But now I have some interesting stories where I can be like “Hey remember that time when…” and it’ll be funny. 




Imma have some water now….



The kakapo is a critically endangered species of large, flightless, nocturnal, ground-dwelling parrot of the super-family Strigopoidea endemic to New Zealand. It has finely blotched yellow-green plumage, a distinct facial disc of sensory, vibrissa-like feathers, a large grey beak, short legs, large feet, and wings and a tail of relatively short length.

The total known population is only 126 living individuals, as reported by the Kakapo Recovery programme, most of which have been given names.Because of Polynesian and European colonisation and the introduction of predators such as cats, rats, ferrets, and stoats, the kakapo was almost wiped out. Conservation efforts began in the 1890s, but they were not very successful until the implementation of the Kakapo Recovery plan in the 1980s. (x) 

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