What is the most tactful way of answering the question, 'what is it about me that drives people to drink?'
How does a retired spy make out in assisted living? Bridge, cribbage, or bingo? Would telling true stories about pre-retired life be taken as senility?
Would a gambling addict do the least damage in pharmaceutical development, money management, or the government?
If time really is money, what currency would it be? Personally, at today's rates, I hope it'd be the British pound.
I get why the old woman swallowed the spider to catch the fly, and swallowed a cat to catch the bird, but why would she swallow a cow to catch the goat, since both are herbivores?
If you're dehydrated too much water can also make you lose electrolytes, but you're supposed to drink half a gallon per day, although more than a gallon is dangerous because it washes out all the salt in your body and causes water intoxication, isn't it safer to stop drinking coffee and hard liquor altogether and just stick to beer which is approximately 92% water, so it both dehydrates you and rehydrates you at the same time?*
*Train of thought not at all influenced by the fact that today is St. Paddy's Days and I'm 1/2 Irish...