Ever wake up after a night on the fizzy pop with something of a sore head ? Ever get the fear, worrying about whether you’ve offended anyone, spent all of your money or stolen a piece of street furniture?
Well, even if you’ve done all of these things, you’re still a rank amateur next to this Scottish bloke who got himself in such a state that he woke up in someone else’s house to find them – understandably – asking him who the hell he was.
Basically, the bloke went out to a house party in Glasgow, and drink was taken.
Actually, that seems like something of an understatement. It seems as if a whole lot of drink was taken.
Then, remembering very little, he awoke to find himself on a couch in what he assumed was the party house, having tried to make himself up a pot of noodles, with a very confused couple in the room.
He released a video – which has since been viewed tens of thousands of times – explaining his ordeal.
Well, trying to explain himself at the very least.
In the clip, he says: “A couple woke me up going. ‘Who are you?’
“I’m like, ‘What are you talking about? I was here at the party last night.’
“And he went, ‘Trust me man, there was no party here last night.'”
That’s when the alarm bells must have started to go off.
Luckily, the couple who found him – and his discarded attempt at cooking up some pissed food – took it with a smile. Seriously, not that many folk would be so kind after finding a pissed-up guy asleep, making their front room smell like a brewery.
They can be seen smirking away in the background of the footage – they even offered him a cup of tea and a cigarette too. Amazing hosts.
Back to the video. He continues: “I went to get a taxi last night. The taxi left and I came into the wrong house.
“I came in, got a cover and went to sleep.
“Instead of going back to the party I went into the house next door.”
Giggling away, he continues to retrace his steps. This brings us to the unfinished pot of noodles in the kitchen.
“I must have been making myself noodles,” he adds.
Well, that much is clear.
In the end, he thanks his reluctant hosts, saying: “Thank god this woman is from Glasgow.
“She was like ,’Aye, we’re welcoming.’ Got a cup of tea and a fag!
“Thank you very much for being so understanding.”
Well, they do say that ‘People Make Glasgow’. Which kind, though?