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Rules of Drinking 

1. If you owe someone money, always pay them back in a bar. Preferably during happy hour.

2. Always toast before doing a shot.

3. Whoever buys the shot gets the first chance to offer a toast.

4. Change your toast at least once a month.

5. Buying someone a drink is five times better than a handshake.

6. Buying a strange woman a drink is still cool. Buying all her drinks is dumb.

7. Never borrow more than one cigarette from the same person in one night.

8. When the bartender is slammed, resist the powerful urge to order a slightly-dirty, very-dry, in-and-out, super-chilled half-and-half martini with a lemon twist. Limit orders to beer, straight shots and two-part cocktails.

9. Get the bartender’s attention with eye contact and a smile.

10. Do not make eye contact with the bartender if you do not want a drink.

11. Unacceptable things to say after doing a shot: Great, now I’m going to get drunk. I hate shots. It’s coming back up.

12. Never, ever tell a bartender he made your drink too strong.

13. If he makes it too weak, order a double next time. He’ll get the message.

14. If you offer to buy a woman a drink and she refuses, she does not like you.

15. If you offer to buy a woman a drink and she accepts, she still might not like you.

16. If she buys you a drink, she likes you.

17. If someone offers to buy you a drink, do not upgrade your liquor preference.

18. Always have a corkscrew in your house.

19. If you don’t have a corkscrew, push the cork down into the bottle with a pen.

20. Drink one girly drink in public and you will forever be known as the guy who drinks girly drinks.

21. Our parents were better drinkers than we are.

22. Never talk to someone in the restroom unless you’re doing the same thing—urinating, waiting in line or washing your hands.

23. Girls hang out, apply make-up, and have long talks in the bathroom. Men do not.

24. After your sixth drink, do not look at yourself in the mirror. It will shake your confidence.

25. It is only permissible to shout ‘woo-hoo!’ if you are doing a shot with four or more people.

26. If there is a d.j., you can request a song only once per night. If he doesn’t play it within half an hour, do not approach him again. If he does play it, do not approach him again.

27. Learn how to make a rose out of a bar napkin. You’ll be surprised how well it works.

28. If you can’t afford to tip, you can’t afford to drink in a bar. Go to the liquor store.

29. If you owe someone twenty dollars or less, you may pay them back in beer.

Sex in University LibrariesDewey Seximal System: More and more students are going to the library, looking up catalogue number 69 and boning up on some human reproductive biology.

Yale University gained notoriety in the last decade when the “freshperson” issue of the Yale Daily News called on new students to think of its library “first as a place of study, but second as a kinky haven of intercourse.”

Half a world away at Stirling University in Aberdeen, U.K., a Press and Journal article called sex in the college library “the latest craze,” noting it had become so notorious cartoons on the subject are featured in the university newspaper.

“It’s going on all the time,” Sara, a 23-year-old biology major, told the Press and Journal in January. “My boyfriend and I are regular library goers.”

But is fornicating in the aisles of knowledge a college ritual or simply a time-honored university legend? According to a survey published in “Esquire,” out of 1,000 college students surveyed, 10 percent risked reprimand or expulsion to commit an assortment of lewd acts in the library.

“It definitely happens, but even one time is too much for me,” said George Kingman of University of Oregon , who says the intellectual sanctuary of a library should be respected like that of a quiet medieval church, but sometimes isn’t.

“We get peepers, flashers, masturbators, and people surfing the net for porn,” he said. “But I can’t recall catching any couples.”

That may be because couples, unlike flashers who often want to be noticed, are discreetly getting some without getting caught.

As an Oregon junior, Rebecca Bartly said she and her boyfriend once had sex in a remote corner of the library.

“My boyfriend and I were both in the library one night,” Bartly remembered. “I don’t know if it was the thrill of getting caught, but we both got hot-and-bothered thinking about it.”

When Bartly and her mate discovered a suitably private spot, they couldn’t resist the thrill. “The room we were in had a lock, but we didn’t use it,” she said. “I was so worried someone would come in. It was definitely thrilling.”

Even Jesuit and catholic colleges aren’t immune from depravity. At Gonzaga University in California, students report widespread use of the conference rooms for more than reading.

Tour of Duty : Spending time with your significant other’s parents can be a real stressfest.

I’m heading out to the Midwest in a couple weeks to visit my girlfriend’s family. It’s the first time I’ve ever stayed with them. I’m nervous about it, so I turned to my older brother Jack for advice.

Jack is getting married in August, and he’s made the dreaded visit to his girlfriend’s family. I asked him how I can impress the family-in-law.

He replied:

    To: [email protected]

    From: [email protected]

    Subject: Advice on meeting prospective in-laws

    1. Don’t eat other people’s food, even if they’re full.

    2. Don’t hold hands with male relatives of your girlfriend in any manner which might be construed as “different” or “special.”

    3. Don’t eat your own food with just a knife and a stabbing motion. Try to use the full range of utensils.

Apparently he was just suggesting I avoid the mistakes he made.

Knowing Jack’s inability to distinguish between being full and being sick in a Homeresque fashion, (Ooo .. my stomach doesn’t feel so good. Still some ribs left. Must keep eating) the first and third commandments of good etiquette did not surprise me. The second one required some explanation.

More Advice

#1. “Do not start any funny story you’re telling her family with the words: ‘I was so wasted,’ ‘I was so drunk,’ or ‘I woke up in this Dumpster.’

#2. Do not show them your ability to hotwire a Buick with your eyes closed.

#3. Do not make jokes about that funny mole on your girlfriend’s butt.

#4. Use the words “Sir” and “Ma’am” as often as possible.

#5. Clear the table at least once.”

#6. Talk about how you survived meeting the ‘rents.

Up All Night: Now that you have a real job, why are you still pulling all-nighters? You’re on the night shift, baby.

Night shift employees drained outSince a college student’s schedule often involves things like No-Doz and VH1’s Insomniac Music Theater, landing that first nine-to-five job has some appeal.
But what if after four years of blood, sweat and all-nighters, you find that the first real job you’re offered will keep you on a crazy schedule? Should you move back home and hold out for something better? Or is it possible to survive the real world with college-like hours?

The challenge can come in the form of an overnight position at a hospital or newsroom. It might also be a job that entails attending weekend events like business conferences or media junkets. Whatever shape it takes, when your first job requires you to trade in your pillow for coffee or your weekend wear for a coat and tie, you might feel like you’re back in college: working past sunrise, doing more than you’re getting credit for, and losing control of your personal time.

Take advice from a couple of recent grads who found that “normal” real-world jobs aren’t necessarily easy to find.

Student working a night shift job at a radio stationFind the Silver Lining
There’s good to be found in every situation, right? Well, even if you don’t believe that, it might help to convince yourself of it if you plunge into a less-than-ideal work schedule. Kerry Miller, an Indiana University graduate, didn’t mind being an overnight assignment editor at an L.A. news station. “I was excited at the opportunity because it’s not common that someone gets their first broadcast-news job in Los Angeles,” says Miller, who after eight months of working from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. was finally moved to the day shift. “I knew it was temporary and I needed a place to start.”

Bill Reese, a Berkeley grad, knew he’d be giving up some weekends when he took a job as an account executive for a sports public relations firm, even if he wasn’t aware he’d be putting in 12-hour days at events like the Super Bowl and boxing matches in Atlantic City. But he says the flip side of his often-hectic weekend schedule is a very predictable 9-5 work week.