DRUNK OFF OUR FACEBOOKS

Whiteycat sent me a link to CNET NEWS from which the following has been lifted.

There are many words for "drunk" in England. There's "sozzled" and "plastered." There's "smashed" and "pissed." This reflects the vast love the Brits have for getting utterly out of their faces. So how can anyone be surprised that a no-doubt blisteringly scientific study conducted on behalf of a photo-storage site called My Memory revealed that in 76 percent of British Facebook shots, the subjects are, allegedly, inebriated?

Whiteycat asks me, "Is this is true?"

Well, I don't know. But I would be extremely surprised if it is.

The claim that 24 percent of English people would sober up long enough to have their photo taken is a bit far fetched to say the least.

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DRUNK OFF OUR FACEBOOKS — 2 Comments

  1. We Australians actually get “off our faces” instead of out of them. Both very odd statements as I read and write them.

    Not sure what our national stats from this study would tell us but I’m pretty sure that our high school educational curriculum now covers why you should NOT post your Friday night photos on Facebook.