Serbian folktale: The Devil gets the first archbishop Saint Sava drunk on rakija

This is a folktale from Serbia about the country’s national strong drink rakija. It reminds a bit of the legend of Gambrinus, which was told in Belgium and Holland, about the introduction of quality hoppy beer. In the Serbian tale the Devil appears again and introduces Saint Sava, an important prince and the first archbishop of…

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Piss drunk Australians foil a robbery

A group of heavily intoxicated guys foiled an ungoing robbery of a restaurant in Australia this weekend. Leader of the pack James Ross-Munroe was walking topless and barefoot, as he bravely went into  the getaway car and grabbed the keys, before trying to take on the robbers, who made a run for it. And the…

11 health benefits of alcohol consumption

You ever had a discussion with a self-proclaimed health expert that tried to convince you to stop drinking? Annoying right?! Especially since that person probably didn’t know what the hell he was talking about. One drops the word ‘cancer’ a few times and the ignorant majority embraces abstinence. Time to give you some ammo for…

Drunk joke: the talking clock

Time for the first joke of the new year then. All those serious stories on famous drunkards, history and mythology and recipes for hangover cures are nice, but sometimes you don’t want to think too much and just share a laugh with your friends. Be sure to use this one next time you’re standing at the…