By eddie818 - Canada - Sidney
Today, I drove my drunk sister home after a wild night of partying. She did not go to bed as I expected; instead, she laid in the bathtub and cried every time I left her. Now it's 3AM, and she's using her bra as a lasso for various objects in the room. The best part is I work in 4 hours. FML
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If she does, turn her on her side, so she doesn't aspirate her vomit. Jimi Hendrix reportedly died that way (although that's been disputed...long story).

Encourage her to drink plenty of water. And avoid Tylenol/acetaminophen/paracetamol for the hangover, it can cause liver damage if you take it after drinking heavily.

Not a doctor, not medical advice, yada.

Babysitting drunks sucks...been there, dun that, in my youth. I stopped hanging out with people who needed babysitting when, like you, I started working at jobs where I had to be alert and responsible and couldn't do it on four hours of sleep.

  MrSassypants  |  32

I know all about sacrifices OP. One time, I had to throw a guy into a volcano and do a wild dance to please the Internet godz. Good news is that I got my WiFi back. Bad news is that I didn't get it back away because that mother fucker took ages to disintegrate. Some people are so careless of others.

By  Keevarou  |  16

You're a good brother to her :)
You should be proud about that, even taking some of your own time to care for her even though you think it's a little hassle.
Fyl, but you should be proud of yourself!:)
#2 beat me to it

  kamikrazy  |  6

I agree. BUT... Then again she could be a spoiled brat who only cares about herself while her caring brother is taking care of her. On the other hand, let's just stay positive.

By  Qandol  |  26

If your sister can get drunk and be responsible for drinking and i'm sure you can just leave her in the bathtub and go to sleep since you're working in 4 hours, either way FYL

  Isoldael  |  27

To be honest, that's her own fault for getting that drunk. If she's old enough to drink she's old enough to bear the consequences without screwing her brother's night over. Nice of you to do this, OP, but I definitely wouldn't have judged you for leaving her in the tub either.