Drunk girls playing
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. But how do you make it even cooler? You guessed it. Drinking games!
The Kavanaugh Hearing, Chris Janson’s “Drunk Girl,” and Country Music’s #MeToo Misfire
Amy Schumer Can Play The Ditsy Drunk Girl So Well & Here's The Proof — VIDEO
Then the debacle of the Brett Kavanaugh nomination happened. One day back in August, I was driving home from a nearby state park, flipping through my usual sequence of radio stations—country, classic country, fuzzy-too-far-away-from-the-signal country, hip-hop, NPR—when I caught, at the opening chords, a song that almost made me crash my car. Let her sleep all alone. Leave her keys on the counter, your number by the phone. Pick up her life she threw on the floor. Leave the hall lights on, walk out and lock the door. You take a drunk girl home.
Drunk Girl parodies are standard comedy fare. At their worst, they're a malicious caricature of women, but most of the time, they're just stale. But an episode of Inside Amy Schumer gave me new hope when it comes to the comedic power of the Drunk Girl. In " Down for Whatever," Schumer spends much of the episode making fun of some of the scariest parts of relationships: commitment, breaking up, getting married. But one of her best sketches parodied one of the most feared sentences in wedding history: "Should anyone here know of any reason that this couple should not be joined in holy matrimony, speak now or forever hold your peace.
It was released as the second single from their third studio album, This Is Happening , on May 3, Band frontman James Murphy has described the song as "dumb" but added "I like dumb, short stuff. The music video for the single was co-directed by Spike Jonze and James Murphy.