Hey.. Hey… fuckkkkkk!
That’s how my body gets when its 3 am and I am half drunk, thinking about how the hell am I going to get home. I just had about 9 drinks… Yes, my team is weekend alcoholics and once we start, you better not be a light weight. When I’m bent, I find myself in bars or lounges staring at people for no damn reason at all or just with the mad face. If you know me I tend to keep a mean face on when I am not feeling it. Don’t we all get like that???? I’ve come to realize I can’t have 9 drinks and act like I am having a good time. And I can’t dance for 7 hours anymore… Hold on, hold on… sorry about that, if a good ass DJ is rocking the turn tables then maybe I can put the legs in over time.
I know somebody is going through the same problems so I took some time to do some research myself and came up with a name for the problem. If you’re feeling like you’ve had too many and your two step is now a two step and a stumble. This feeling is called “It’s over and you know it” (IOAYKI) Syndrome. What that means is, when you get this sickness (and you will) it’s about time you start finding things to do before 10 pm because you can’t hang like you used to.
I knew something was wrong with me when I started sleeping on chairs in hotel lounges with a drink in my hand (Duane finds me all the time). I start asking myself “Why the fuck did I come out today?”
Yea, yea I am S.M.H as well but we all go through it no matter how much your dress cost, no matter how fly your outfit looks after 1 am and those drinks set in, it’s all downhill from there.
Here are some signs are have IOAYKI:
1. If you tell people this songs reminds you of your kids.
2. You keep looking at your damn watch.
3. Your ass is drunk after one shot!
So Instead of 12am, let’s hit the bar on a Saturday afternoon, eat some wings and maybe even take a walk and smoke some Mother Earth for second. After that it might be around 4 we can hit a spot with some music, drink for about an hour or so because of course is happy hour. When all said and done it’s around 930 and the trains are still running and you’re brain is still functioning.
Are you experiencing symptoms of IOAYKI? Has your tolerance become lighter than a ziplock bag full of fairy wings? Let’s talk about it because we all been there… 1