6 Types Of Drunk People At Every Party
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6 Types Of Drunk People At Every Party

The most popular partier stereotypes

6 Types Of Drunk People At Every Party
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In the last year, I have attended several parties hosted by my friends. During a lull in the conversation or when I go to refresh my drink, I’ve noticed several different types of people at these parties. Here are 6 types of people at parties.

1. The Challenger

This is the guy who can down 30 shots and not even feel it. He usually spends his time at the party challenging people to match him in shots and only drinks the heavy stuff. After every shot, he will be heard yelling various synonyms of “yeah!” and he refers to the people who can’t keep up with him as light weights.

2. The Maid

This person, also known as the “mom”, is the girl who is running around making sure that everyone is drinking water between shots, throwing away everybody’s empty bottles, places designated trashcans throughout the house for those who won’t hold their liquor, and keeps those who have passed out from freezing to death by providing pillows and blankets.

3. The Couple

Now these two people are spending most of their time all over each other. And it could be anywhere; random bedroom, bathroom, kitchen counter, dark corner of the living room, etc. Instead of taking sips of each others’ drinks to share like normal people do, they are swapping the liquor via their mouths. Which makes sense, because how can they hand each other their drinks to try when their hands are preoccupied being inside each others’ pants and/or up the other person’s shirt.

4. The Sad Volcano

Now this person is the guy or girl at the party who drank too much and has their head forever stuck in the closest toilet or trashcan. So much is spewing out of them that the resemble an active volcano that’s hunched over the toilet bowl. You may see them accompanied by someone, perhaps the “mom”/”maid”, who is holding their hair back or making sure they don’t pass out and drown in the toilet water.

5. The Loner

We all have that one friend who is quiet and doesn’t particularly enjoy group activities, such as the party you are at, but will still go. To make up for the fact that they don’t want to be there, they will most likely be seen chilling in the corner on their phone. You probably don’t recall when they arrived, when they left, or where they were during the party because they are so quiet and stealthy that they are technically a ninja.

6. The Light Weight

This person has a few drinks, usually low alcohol content and fruity, takes some selfies and then passes out on the closest couch. Don’t get me wrong, this person definitely had a great time and has no regrets, except for maybe the awesome stunt the challenger did because they had passed out. They tend to see/hear all about the party the next day via the pictures that were posted on facebook and instagram, including the ones of them sprawled out on the couch. If they are lucky, they didn’t wake up with a sharpie mustache or penis drawn on their face.

Well, do any of those people sound familiar? Are you any of them? I know I certainly am. I hope you got a laugh out of this and pictured each of your friends that are just like this.

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