Re: Obscure personal questions.
I've never drunk called or texted anybody, but I have a really bad habit of being social networky when drunk. I've stemmed the tide a bit by logging out of all of my shit after the first drink, but I can't tell you how many times I've been mortified at what I've posted online when the morning after came. It's usually not something actually embarrassing, it's just stuff that I'd otherwise not say, or say differently.
The decision "yeah, I'll post that, I'm sure people are interested" is something that happens much more frequently when drunk. (For instance, last night's tweets about my mom's car breaking down? Drunk. I'm not embarrassed by what I tweeted, but it's not like it really needed to be said, either. That kind of thing.)
I'm actually fairly mortified by my drunker episodes of DIF. This, among other reasons, is why there's not as much drinking on the air these days. The Princess Bride is a too-drunk episode. I actually passed out on Armageddon, that one really kills me.
What was the most instructive "negative example" you've ever witnessed? Something where you saw how someone (or you) handled something, and you learned forever not to do that.
I have a tendency to fix your typos.