Stories tagged “drinking”

  • The Love Of The Crime Series - The Beginning

    My father use to tell me to never forget the small things in life, you never know when it will drift away into the darkness. I had wasted many aimless nights sitting in a dark lit room, lighting up and drinking the last sips inside the bottle. It was o...

  • All Bottled Up

    There was a knock at my door. I didn’t appreciate it. I pulled myself up off the couch, cursed quietly that I was just getting comfortable, and sauntered over to the door. The knocking continued in an urgent fashion. I opened the door and saw a w...

    • Author: Olivaw
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Put the Bottle Down

    Daddy please put the bottle down, I dont want to watch you die. Daddy please put the bottle down, how can you watch me cry? I used to run into your arms, and you would carry me to bed, but now you sit and drink it down, the vodkas’ lullaby in you...

    • Author: nesdil
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • The Improbable Drunk

    “Come on! I’m not actually that drunk!” The decrepit specimen of a noble flew over the curb of the street as the bouncers to disreputable tavern threw him as far as any man could possibly fly without wings. Florence was quite a beauty...

  • Quinine and Lime

    Til I’ve had a gin and tonic, I can’t sleep. I used to worry that it made me an alcoholic, but there’s something about the slightly bitter taste of tonic water mixed generously with dry gin and a twist of lime that calms the mind. One...

    • Author: Reiko516
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Octopus Party (Mature)

    Why do I even come out to parties at all? I don’t drink, I don’t do drugs, and I certainly don’t like most of these people. Well, their metalcore bands, at least. But it’s hard to say “your music is generic” when the...

    • Author: Jay
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Down Town

    You told me you were out late You didn’t answer my calls You said you left your phone back in your purse at home I wonder why you would leave your purse at home How could you walk away Without saying good-bye I was watching you from afar You wer...

  • The One Thing About Him I Hate

    one beer two beers three beers four he’s getting alittle tipsy and soon might hit the floor i hate it when he drinks it scares me to no end i just wish he would stop but i know that won’t happen he likes to feel the rush and to do wha...

  • The Power of Black 29

    “Can you buy me a beer please mate? I lost all my cash playing blackjack.” asked Kev “Blackjack? I’ve warned you about that before!” replied Andy “I know, I know, can you lend me a fiver please?” asked Kev with...

  • Expectations of the Bottle Deflty Swung

    Nearly void of its recent distilled contents, the bottle glinted in the array of lights in the bar. The yellow light over the pool table shone through its square sides at the apex of its arc. The blue from the neon Bud Light sign danced along its squar...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Soon be home (Mature)

    I watch her walk down the stairs to the bar. I am not alone in this, I notice with satisfaction. Every man upstairs is watching, to the obvious discomfort of some of their girlfriends. No surprise. She is striking in that leather corset with her hair c...

    • Author: Gyzantes
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
  • Innocence and Vigilance

    The soft white of the snow reflected the rays of the sun, and the world shone like it was made out of diamonds.The air was hotter and denser than blankets of snow would normally indicate. For some reason ice didn’t melt here. “’ItR...

  • Oops! I did it again. (Mature)

    " Remember how I joked about getting you drunk and going through a drive through chapel." “Yeah.” he replied anticipating the train wreck that was to come. Damn his uncontrollable drinking. This wasn’t the first time somethi...

  • Dark Russian

    Tad—“Mmm, good dark russian. Thanks.” Liv—“Your welcome.” Tad—“It could use a splotch of cream though.” Liv—“Use heavy cream.” Tad—“Heavy cream!?” Liv—̶...

  • News Flash/ Poetry vs Prose /Bloody Heap of Humanity

    Here’s some news! I refuse to be used I choose careful clues A foot print pair of terrible hooves I stare stoned and lose Bare boned with barely Bearable blues and clarity Waking wearily wearing Booze breath Two step in my shoes Cruise in my f...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Nicotine Dreams (Mature)

    F this nicotine patch It f-ing itches And I can’t help but scratch it With the clawed paws Of sharp tooth jawed bitches W/ attractive intact backs Drool dripping delicious They’re sipping what’s fresh Swinging hips those hipsters I i...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • To Come and Gamble at Boston's Favorite, Molly's

    I was a regular Saturday night crowd at Molly’s pub.Molly’s is a very popular bar in the heart of Boston. Nothing screams great time like a true Irish Guiness or an American Budweiser.It was 9 o’clock on this particular Saturday, and ...

  • Crafty Alcoholic

    I don’t really drink. Well, alright then. Just this once. Fools ’em every time.

  • Scarlet Ambrosia

    He was already bleeding. I didn’t have to kill him. There was nothing I could do to secure his release—not from a whole lair of vampires who all knew more about what they were and how to handle themselves than I could even guess at. At leas...

    • Author: Cally Beck
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Parable of Two Lonely Friends

    Two friends with lonely hearts sat at a bar, nursing away their misery. The older turned to the younger and said, “We’ve been alone for a long time and we’re miserable. We should do something about it.” That was nothing new, the...

  • Make Your Choice.

    I was freezing in that fridge. I was untouched. I am thankful you got me. What? You are crying. What is wrong? Here, take a drink of me. I promise I will ease this pain of yours. That’s it. No! Don’t break me! Oh goodness, I thought you wer...

    • Author: Infinity.
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Hindsight

    Madeline, a tall, athletic girl, walked home from school one day, seeing her older sister sitting outside a restaurant with a group of friends. She smiled and walked over, as she was greeted with a smile and a hug. The smell of magnolia flower perfume ...

  • Montague (Mature)

    I went out with Caitlin and Claudia and I sort of didn’t want to. We went to a Spanish restaurant and had Caipirinhas with lots of lime. The bartender made them strong. He listened to our conversations and thought we were funny. He had excellent timi...

    • Author: terice
    • Posted over 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Pokemon: Gray (Mature)

    “Hold still, you little bastich. If you make me start over again…” Brandon trailed off without finishing the threat. The eevee wilted and went entirely limp. When her trainer stabbed her with the syringe, she let out a shudder and a f...