Think about it for a second.
People who are normally sober, responsible people contributing conscientiously to society for 364 days a year seem to get a sudden urge to go out, get drunk, tell off the boss, make a pass at their co-workers wife, tell the dirtiest stories they can find, urinate in anything convenient, xerox their face or "other" body parts on the office copy machine, sing kereoke version of "I am woman" even if you're a male, vomit in their best friends car, and...and this is the dumbest thing of all...try to drive home while they are too drunk to even walk.
Amateur night indeed.
If you're out party-ing tonight....please...please let somebody sober drive you home.
National Security Council veteran Rand Beers has called this the "7-year-old's soccer syndrome" -- just like little kids playing soccer, everyone forgets their particular positions and responsibilities and runs like a herd after the ball.