Dating an alcoholic quotes
This post was originally published in honor of Parks' 100th episode. Let us all raise a glass to Parks and Recreation, which wraps up its seven-season run this week with an hourlong finale Tuesday.
Who knows, the Pawnee parks department may drink along with us; booze has played a role in more than a fifth of the plots, thanks to the Snakehole Lounge, occasions to sip oversize margaritas, and epic Scotch-related quests.
There's actually a lot of similarities between those two nights. "PAWNEE ZOO" (S2, E1)Drinking Plot: After marrying two male penguins at the local zoo, a party is held in Leslie's honor at the Bulge, Pawnee's gay bar.
It was also in a bar, and he was also pretty drunk."Realism: Alcohol resulting in bad romance and stupid injuries? Initially hesitant to take a public stance on same-sex marriage, Leslie succumbs to the crowd's enthusiasm, downs a bunch of shots, and gets in the D. booth to sing along to Gaga's "Poker Face," earning the title of "Queen of the Gays."Quote: This exchange: Ron: "Have fun last night?
Picture it: You’re sitting across from your date at dinner, looking forward to all that the rest of the evening has to offer — and then he orders another drink. You cringe slightly as he starts getting a little louder and more playful.
K.), Leslie goes on a trial run with Ann, only to get plastered and show up unannounced at Dave's house, revealing her bra strap, and, speaking to the camera, proclaiming that she can tell Dave wants her — while he sits a few feet away.
The simple truth is that a glass of wine or two helps you relax; anything more than that is unhealthy coping with issues of which you’re not yet aware. Sure, if someone orders five beers over the course of the night, you’re going to ask yourself, I hope, is he an alcoholic? Shot-taking is something that many young men and women do, but as they mature and grow into adulthood, this behavior becomes far less common.