Wednesday, 20 December 2006

Ten tips to survive the party season

As Stephen Hicks notes, it's high time to study those ten survival tips again on how to survive December's liver-crushing load of Christmas parties, starting with Scenario 1: What to do if you can't remember the name of the co-worker you are making out with in the supply cabinet.

By the way, how's your liver holding up?


  1. My livers fine - one of the consequences of being in the final month before the baby is due is that you have to stay sober enough to drive at all times.

  2. I think , alcohol and a lot of meat (ham, beef, chicken, etc) during the party season would balanced out any serious damage to the liver.

  3. My liver is fine. I don't drink often. it is the sole advantage of not being able to afford alcohol. :-(

  4. Remember Tom Waits's sage advice: Better to be a good liver than have one. :-)


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