High school was prime time for house parties; no one was of legal drinking age and everyone looked forward to walking the halls Monday morning eyeing the kids who either publicly threw up or got walked in on.
Everyone comes out on Thanksgiving Eve.
Partying isn't a skill that comes naturally to everyone, apparently.
Every year, the Princeton Review releases one of the more respected rankings on party schools in America.
Immediate frustration (1) festers as the bar doors slam shut.
Whether we love it or hate it, most of us spend a lot of time out at the bars which means that bar employees get a front row seat to watch customers get excessively drunk and put on their best (or worst, depending on who is judging) Jordan Belfort persona.
The newest album from Hoodie Allen, People Keep Talking, drops next month.
Old and busted: Foam parties.