It was somewhat of an experience similar to Alice through the Looking Glass when I recently observed fellow females fall about in their high heels and dignity-diminishing tight fit dresses. Some stages listed may be slightly more extreme in some girls than in others, particularly when it comes to seduction techniques or weeping in a corner. Alcohol is known as a social lubricant for good reason. It can turn a room full of strangers into the best of friends for a number of hours, and can create solid bonds between clubbers that only see each other several Friday nights a year. When mingling in a new social environment, the first few drinks get the conversation going about jobs, mutual friends, television, or anything else uncomplicated and lowbrow. Girls are particularly good at the chat, and can go on and on with someone they barely know in a corner about pretty much anything. After knocking back a few more shots, the party is in full swing. The night has just begun, and the girl drunks are loving life. This stage is the one which involves pretty much everything from dancing on the tops of tables, to buying lollypops from the toilet attendants and informing everyone in the club about it. This, from a first hand point of view is the blurry part of the night, where things happen that you just might not be able to remember the next day.
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A YOUNG mum-of-one died in a freak accident after falling down a set of steep stairs at home while drunk, said her devastated partner. Charlotte Watson, 33, took a tumble and cracked the back of her head on a wall in the two-bedroom property which she shared with her partner in Derbyshire. Her partner Chris Hadley, 34, screamed for a friend, who was staying at their home, to call while he began CPR. Charlotte was then rushed to Sheffield's Northern General Hospital but medics said the head injury she sustained was "irreversible". Charlotte was pronounced dead at around 4am on September 8 after medics switched off her life support machine four hours after the incident. Grief-stricken Chris has told how his life changed forever in "five minutes" after his beloved partner of four years fell. Chris had passed her on the way to the toilet while she was sat up on the floor in their bedroom at about midnight on September 8 and said she looked dazed.
By William Cole For Mailonline. This is the moment middle-aged couple clutching drinks struggle to walk up a flight of stairs - before both falling down again. The balding man - clad in a pale jumper - initially makes good progress before tumbling the length of the stairwell. He flies past his partner, who appears unmoved by the man's terrifying five-metre plunge backwards. The brunette woman then manages to climb four stairs before collapsing into the wall at the bottom.
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